How much could MR.T bench press in his prime and the present day now?
I love Mr. T and know for a fact he bench pressed over 400lbs in his prime. I have no idea what that number would be today. I'm not even sure he lifts anymore. If you want a guess, I'd say hmmm... 215?
by David 470 8 years ago
I am training for size/strength. (size first) I been really discouraged about my benching. For some reason, I feel "Significantly" stronger my first set than 2nd,3rd, and 4th.I know most big weight lifters would tell me (15 reps) is to much, however, it seems like I have to do a weight...
by vespawoolf 6 years ago
Which do you think is best for chest development: weighted dips or bench press?
by David 470 6 years ago
My friend and I joined a gym a few months ago. I have worked out last couple years, but not as serious as I am now because I did not have a whole lot of equipment working out at home etc...How often should I (or in general) add 5 lbs to my bench? I kept messing around increasing and decreasing...
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I believe that most women want and enjoy true intimacy, and most would want that intimacy on a long-term basis with Mr. Right. But when there is no Mr. Right, how many women are choosing Mr. Right-Now?
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BACKGROUND ...This time last year, one of my adult daughters was on her death bed. We had a lawyer come to her bedside to ensure I had legal permission to make her medical decisions because she was very clear about what should happen in her final days. A full-time carer was engaged to help her....
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Mr. or Mister, Missus, Mrs.I guess it's about abbreviations. Jonas Watcher: The Case of the Bourbon Street Hustler in written circa 1930. So Mizz is out or is it Miz.? When identifying characters, Mister Smith, or Mr.Smith, which is preferable? Both are correct, so is there a protocol? Is it...
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