How much extra weight can you lift with all that on? Is it for safety?
Wonder how many ribs he broke.
Someone’s going to have to explain to me the process here.
He’s got so much shit on his arms, it didn’t look like he could even grip the bar on his own, the spotters had to place his hands on the bar for him
Looks like he passed out on the negative. I bet his ass woke up quick when the bar broke him in half though.
Man. That’s nasty.
That pressing suit is ridiculous. who looks at that and says yeah man I have to get into weight lifting like this. Completely defeats the purpose.
I know “power lifting” athletes have a different body type, but that guy just looked like a fat guy to me.
He kind of looked like a 2 year old that was going into the pool with water wings on, and can’t put his arms down.
Looks real retarded, sir.
LOL @ 0:54 The camera guy says “oh shit” then the girl looks at him with shock.
He’s a huskyfat aka strong fat.
Whats with the dudes boots.
Apparently he was okay from that. He went back to lifting a couple of days later
A lot of them are big fat guys.
I’ve often felt it’s easier for them because they only have to lower the bar a couple of inches before it reaches their chest and they can push it back up. Whereas thin people have to bring it all the way down and push it all the way up.
There’s some science in there somewhere that I’m to lazy to research.
Is that GuttyProfessor’s brother?
All the rubber shit seems to defeat the purpose to me.
It’s like saying I can dunk a basketball but then using a trampoline to get up.
Wait…that doesn’t count?
They call that technique the “sprung mousetrap.”