Discussion in 'Fitness & Nutrition' started by MaineSucks, Jul 9, 2007.
Thats fucking great
that guy at 4:01 was so massive i chuckled
hey stfu noob, cardio is for the weak
Its because Chuck was lifting
Tim Harold... 6'8-6'10 450lbs
he was like 20 years old in that video...
Tell that to BDR
tim used to be pretty obese
on the wide stance box squats, how much is each plate worth? 45lbs? i forgot.. i'm used to colour coded plates
dont forget chain weight too
possible lame attempt at calling them "one trick ponys" for just doing squats...
45lbs + a few hundred pounds of chain and 55lb bar
Tim Harolds Briefs:
Jim was 285-295 in that picture, for perspective
that massive guy just came outta nowhere.. WTF legs are the size of a small apartment!
does that tim harold guy have the potential to be like super strongest man ever because of his sheer size or no?
hes got a 2500+ total now, hes in the lower half of the 300s too i think
I always laugh at guys who wear beenie's in the gym, you know they're sweating like a mother fucker but want to look cool
7. The rise of people wearing beanies and other head warming apparel while they lift at a meet has become an annoyance with many other people and me. First, YOU ARE NOT CHUCK VOGELPOHL, so stop trying to look like him. Dave has come up with a good plan on this very subject. If you decide to wear one of these hats their will now be a system in place. A Class 5 lifter would have to wear a full-face ski mask or panty hose over their face. A Class 4 lifter would have to wear a hat with a little ball at the top. A Class 3 lifter would have to wear a plaid baseball cap with the extended ear warmers that hang down (these can often be seen on snowmobile riders). The strings on the ear warmers would have to be tied under the chin. The bill would also have to be turned up. A Class 2 lifter would have to wear an old Pittsburgh Pirates hat. These look like painter’s caps and have the same appeal as foot fungus. A Class 1 lifter can wear a typical beanie but the color cannot match any of his lifting gear. An Elite lifter can wear whatever he wants. If he wishes to wear a flame-decorated hat, he has to squat 1000, and then fight Chuck. If he does both, he can wear the flame hat but has to sign a statement that it was not his idea originally.