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    metal militia?

    i was wondering if anyone here has ever gone to a metal melitia seminar? and if it is worth it i see they are coming pretty close to were i am, so i wondering how much it costs and all that, if it is worth it which i am sure it is,
    i know i posted this in the powerlifting forum but i figured more people read this then the power lifting forum. thanks

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    what is a metal melitia , just curious

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    newest best group of benchers out there !

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    the only metal melitia ive heard of is a free style mx team ,brian deegan ,jeremy"twitch"stianburg,and ronny fiast.They dont have any thing to do with body building but they sure can backflip a dirtbike!

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    www.metalmilitia.net see for yourself

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    Metallica rules!

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    Anything i've ever heard of them has been excellent. If PL is your thing, i say go for it.

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    Where do you sign up for the training seminar to learn how to bench 700lbs under 35% body fat? Is it possible to bench heavy, and not be a complete fat ass?

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    Yes.........There are some big benchers that arent fat at all..Scott Mendelson is very lean and just tried a 936lb bench press, just missed it though...He had like 2inches to go before lockout. Anyone that can hold almost 1000lbs above their head is a bada$$ in my book

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    Its pretty hard in the 700's i'd say.

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    I know guys, that one guy was benching 455 with a 70 inch waist, and a **** shirt on.. I give them credit, but i don't even think those were legal lifts, they were bouncing them off their chest, and ugggh.. oh well - i can't talk i can't bench 700lbs..

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    I'll tell you one thing, its a lot easier to bench 700 lbs with a 70 inch waist and a chest so high the bar only has to go up about 4 inches.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bdtr
    I'll tell you one thing, its a lot easier to bench 700 lbs with a 70 inch waist and a chest so high the bar only has to go up about 4 inches.
    Tell me about it bro, powerlifters train for strength, they don't necessarily give a fuk what they look like.. It does help tremendously when they have the santa claus belly..

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    Dont get me wrong there are some SICK HUMAN BEINGS that powerlift.....They are absolutly DISGUSTING........Someone who weighs 400lbs and benches 700 doesnt impress me at all......

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    Thats what im talking about. If i weighed 400 lbs with like 35-40% body fat, theres no doubt in my mind i could push 800 lbs off my chest.

    Quote Originally Posted by PurePower
    Dont get me wrong there are some SICK HUMAN BEINGS that powerlift.....They are absolutly DISGUSTING........Someone who weighs 400lbs and benches 700 doesnt impress me at all......

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    I am one of the exceptions..I care what i look like and i do cardio and watch what i eat........I dont fall into the stereotypical powerlifter genre(i dont think)

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    i just want to be able to max out at a rediculas amount ands i hope those guys help me out, i don't want to be a huge fat ass though i mean any fatter then i am.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bdtr
    Anything i've ever heard of them has been excellent. If PL is your thing, i say go for it.
    what do you mean PL is my thing? what is PL?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bdtr
    Thats what im talking about. If i weighed 400 lbs with like 35-40% body fat, theres no doubt in my mind i could push 800 lbs off my chest.
    I just honestly really truly dont even like bench press...It really doesnt prove strength......I am more impressed by someone who deadlifts 600-700 800-900lbs....Because i can promise you this there is no magic suit that will help you move more weight...The absolute most a deadlift suit will help you is 10-20lbs and that is just the extra "pop" of the floor.....After that its all YOU.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChiTownTommy
    what do you mean PL is my thing? what is PL?
    PL = PowerLifting

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    Quote Originally Posted by PurePower
    PL = PowerLifting
    oh i see thanks

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    Yes, get your ass out there to it. Even if you're a BBer, it will be well worth it I promise.

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    there are certain nautral benchers like lattimer on that site weighting in at 400 but having bodyfat of 21-23% who hit 859 at the arnold classic. dont be jealous and show some respect
    Last edited by synthetic; 03-08-2004 at 09:45 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PurePower
    ......I dont fall into the stereotypical powerlifter genre(i dont think)
    Well how many pairs of zebra sweats do you own? Fanny packs?

    Im always impressed by anyone who can move big weight..

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