not the biggest but strong 5'7 185lbs 365 1rm
orthopedic surgeon (in training)
my former powerlifting buddy (6ft 275lb) was a parole officer and then technician for a chemical company. I'm a little guy (205lb) but huge compared to my co-workers and work in an office as an Environmental, Health, and Safety Specialist for a manufacturing company.
I'm not really big, but I'm a Chem E student at MIT. My frat is full of big guys too, all in varying engineering degrees.
I work for a drinking water company, lugging big 5 gallon jugs of water around all day. Most of the time you'll find me parked at a gas station getting in my meals.
I'm starting college in the middle of January for Exercise Science, after a brief stay at a community college, I plan on going to Ohio State. After that, Physical Therapy school.
At that point I'll be a SHW champion powerlifter rehabbing old ladies with bad hips.
You're living in Knoxville and heading Ohio State???? I'm not sure I can talk to you anymore Lones...
You're voluntarily leaving the SEC for the Big Televen?
Part time in electronics at sears (commission plus base pay kicks ass) but I go to police academy once I turn 19 1/2-20:ninja:
i'm not sure what's considered big....i'm an accountant and i basically sit in an office all day. i do get a lot of strange reactions when i first meet most clients.
it seems that anyone who works on a farm has crazy strength...i know some kids that would be all state in football if they would play and train for it..but they work on the farm because their family needs them too...the one buddy of mine said "oh today wasn't too bad, i just had to pull the transmission out of the truck because it was broken again." I was like you did what??!!
Im a Labor Compliance Officer, have been for 2yrs. I enforce Labor law on construction sites that have public money on the job. Before that I worked construction for 4yrs. On the side since I was 18 ive been a bouncer. 4yrs stripclubs and now 2yrs at bars.
physical therapy school, but I use to be a fitness coordinator at a recreation center.