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    strong squatting. I'm still trying to figure out where 30 lbs of your 208 is. You look much ligter. Strong though.
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    LOL maybe I'll try weighing myself on a different scale for once. Also I'm only about 200lbs right now (actually weighed 203 today, but of course on the only scale I really use).
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    Yeah man you don't look 203, but nice strength to say the least!
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    Looks strong! I agree with Anthony about you being all over the place. Some ab, upper back, and form work might help with that.
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    6 reps for 2x your BW at 200 lbs is pretty damn impressive man.
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