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|12/3/2010 10:49:06 AM - Mike C.
This ones for the quotes section (and a little back story)
So I joined the gym again because my home gym lacks a lot of equipment and space that i need to train. My normal training partner went earlier because I worked late so I decided to call a kid I played baseball with who was bullshitting to me the day before that he can bench 300 lbs.
We did 245 and i went first for a few reps with good form (my current max with strict form is 285.
He proceeded to do 3 reps going about 4 inches down and his excuse was "I have a shoulder problem"
Being one of the stronger guys in my grade in high school ive had a million kids show off their bench to me and i hear that sad excuse all to much.
so the quote is "I have a shoulder problem" - and it is by 90% of high school kids who lift.
That one goes right up there with "I have a back problem" and "I have a knee problem"
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