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    Bodybuilder Pressing 215 lbs Dumbells!

    Just saw this video; pretty amazing pressing powder.

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    Holy s*** those dB's look damn heavy!
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    Yeah, those dumbells are ridiculous.

    The heaviest that I have ever done were 170's and I can't even imagine the difference.
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    Damn. Not just a bench, but an incline bench with 215's!
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    And he starts from the bottom position which makes it even more impressive I think.

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    Seems the young man has been eating his greens!
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    Wow!!

    BTW, that's Smelly from Bigger Stronger Faster behind him trying to give guy a spot so maybe this lifter had powerlifting type of training to get this strong.
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    Yes, Mark Bell trains there as well as some people who post here in the Powerlifting section.

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    impressive lifting

    you can tell from his density he trains heavy weights all the time


    also a little bit of Vitamin S, and D.....bol

    lol, impressive nontheless
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Mutaffis View Post
    Yes, Mark Bell trains there as well as some people who post here in the Powerlifting section.

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    Nice... I gotta admit I'd love to try out that gym and powerlifting type of training some day..

    Damn did Bell got big and his face got fat... and he's got 2500 total now. wow..
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    Stan Efferding is a beast. There's more footage of him training under Mark Bell's YouTube account. Upper 700's deads, 585 raw bench for a near double, madness!
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    Yeah I watched this video the other day on facebook. Those guys at SuperTraining are animals. From what I see and read they all seem like a bunch of cool and ridiculously strong guys. Thanks for the post Tom!
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    That is a monster db press.
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    Jesus. And I thought I was doing great with 120's.

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    From what I have heard Stan also has an 820 lbs raw squat and has done some other big pressing feats including 200lbs x 9 incline dumbells and 500 lbs x2 incline barbell (and 585 raw bench).

    Too bad he didn't get invited to "The Strongest Bodybuilder" showdown at the Olympia with Johnny Jackson and another gentleman.

    I might have to start working in some heavy incline dumbell pressing to see what I can build up to. There is a gym around here with some big ones.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Mutaffis View Post
    From what I have heard Stan also has an 820 lbs raw squat and has done some other big pressing feats including 200lbs x 9 incline dumbells and 500 lbs x2 incline barbell (and 585 raw bench).

    Too bad he didn't get invited to "The Strongest Bodybuilder" showdown at the Olympia with Johnny Jackson and another gentleman.

    I might have to start working in some heavy incline dumbell pressing to see what I can build up to. There is a gym around here with some big ones.
    Ben White is the other guy you're thinking of.

    Stan recently earned his IFBB pro card and is training with Mark to hit up some more powerlifting meets. He's a crazy strong guy.

    I do believe next year though they are opening up The Strongest Bodybuilder to some more guys, but for this year it's just Ben White and JOJ


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    Stan was a competitive powerlifter prior to his recent foray into bodybuilding. He has over a 2000 lbs raw total to his credit. He is now good for more.


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    holy ****, how much does he incline with the bar?
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    That is a great video!

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