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#14 - breakfastlunch
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(01/18/2013) [-]
#129 to #14 - Laddie
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The woman is using her whole body. The soldiers are using only their arms. I'm guessing the woman only held it up to poise for a picture. The guys on the left have to hold it for a couple hours, all the while they're running from place to place. Think about running 10 miles. Pretty bad, right? Now think about running 10 miles while you're carrying a ******* 600 pound log above your head. You're not allowed to let it rest on your head.

I'm not even sure the picture on the right is real, anyways. On a different time this was posted someone said it was from a Russian comedy movie. I can't be sure though.
#53 to #14 - Airmanator ONLINE
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It's called hell week. Those men aren't 100%. Google is your friend, bromigo.
#15 to #14 - contradiction
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i mean the way they carry it on the left is much more painful but alright.
#23 to #15 - carlsagouin
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This, though balancing it on one's shoulder must be pretty tough.
#35 to #23 - contradiction
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ya but compare to the other it is much, much, much easier
#16 to #15 - breakfastlunch
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But there are more than five of them, and one of her...
But there are more than five of them, and one of her...
#19 to #16 - roninneko
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They're also relying on arm strength only. She's carrying it by supporting it directly above her center of mass, which is a much easier method as it uses the stronger muscles of the legs and torso rather than the weaker muscles of the arms and shoulders.
#17 to #16 - contradiction
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(01/18/2013) [-]
ya but they hold it for a long time.
#27 to #17 - madddeath
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they move it from shoulder to shoulder for up to 3 hours
#28 to #27 - contradiction
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i know, i've watched surviving the cut and all those things on the military channel, but i don't remember it being 3 hours.
#29 to #28 - madddeath
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my uncle actually tried to be a green beret (he didn't make it) he said when someone wouldn't pull there own weight the entire group was punished and had to do it longer his was around an hour or so he says some went for longer but it doesn't happen the 3 hours very often
#30 to #29 - contradiction
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i know that if they mess up they have to go to a much heavier log
#31 to #30 - madddeath
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i forget how much they weighed but i for some reason want to say 1200lbs? im unsure memory is blurred could be a completely different weight than that
#34 to #31 - contradiction
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(01/18/2013) [-]
i remember 400 but i can be wrong too.
#18 to #17 - breakfastlunch
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