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#77 - no problem! those two lifts alone should give you the strength…  [+] (1 reply) 12/21/2015 on Anon saves his dads life +1
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#83 - narddogg (12/21/2015) [-]
And therefore squatting and deadlifting trains your core strength and balance?
I haven't been to the gym in a few weeks because of finals, but last time I squatted/deadlifted I could do a plate on each side of the bar
#73 - deadlifts/squats  [+] (3 replies) 12/21/2015 on Anon saves his dads life +2
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#74 - narddogg (12/21/2015) [-]
thx m8
#77 - lolsrsslybro (12/21/2015) [-]
no problem! those two lifts alone should give you the strength and stability to carry a person. this task relies heavily on core strength and balance. intermediate level squatters can easily squat over 200lbs which i'm sure is above what the average person weighs.
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#83 - narddogg (12/21/2015) [-]
And therefore squatting and deadlifting trains your core strength and balance?
I haven't been to the gym in a few weeks because of finals, but last time I squatted/deadlifted I could do a plate on each side of the bar
#17 - there are actually people who put your theory to the test. jus…  [+] (2 replies) 09/24/2015 on Bodybuilding FTW +4
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#42 - ashedust (09/24/2015) [-]
you're right, pro martial artists could take him. Let's be fair, there's a point where brute strength beats skill and that point might be low, but I'm fairly sure that your average joe who's taken a few years worth of classes in anything isn't going to be going toe to toe with a tank like that anytime soon.
#99 - lolsrsslybro (09/25/2015) [-]
as much as I'd like to agree with you I'd have to take the martial artist side granted that the martial artist is in the same weight class as the body builder. (a few years is a lot of experience for some people).

lots of people are misguided when it comes to bodybuilders. bodybuilders are all about show, not strength. bodybuilding is about expanding muscle, and reducing body fat in order to show that muscle. but without specific training to fully utilize that muscle functionally all you are is eye candy. they may be strong but they will be no where as strong as people who weight lift for functional strength.

powerlifters, olympic lifters, and strongmen are the type of athletes you should be afraid of. they may not LOOK as strong as your average bodybuilder but chances are they are stronger. and even then, some of them actually do look just as good as bodybuilders. it is all dependent on the type of training that the bodybuilder has done to get to where he is.
#1120 - u win  [+] (1 reply) 09/14/2015 on FJ's roasts 0
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#1123 - rollertoaster (09/14/2015) [-]
I knew my puns would get me somewhere in life! Just look at me now, ma!
#1096 - Comment deleted  [+] (7 replies) 09/14/2015 on FJ's roasts 0
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#1150 - tootskiclothing (09/14/2015) [-]
nice tits
#1109 - therwasno (09/14/2015) [-]
u failed at being a ninja
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#1108 - itszyzzbrah (09/14/2015) [-]
Tryin to be like Zyzz? Youll never be like Zyzz.
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#1102 - rollertoaster (09/14/2015) [-]
Omigod it's my favorite Jersey Shore personality: The SituAsian!
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#1122 - farted (09/14/2015) [-]
No, that's Jackie Chan
#1120 - lolsrsslybro (09/14/2015) [-]
u win
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#1123 - rollertoaster (09/14/2015) [-]
I knew my puns would get me somewhere in life! Just look at me now, ma!
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