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    When i was 11 years old, i started BMX racing and have been doing it since (im 15 years old) and when I was 14 I had my first powerlifting competition and had never deadlifted before, i was expecting my bench to carry me (pushing around 300 lbs weighing a little under 200) when i didnt make the finals for bench, i tried out deadlift (there was 2 categories bench and deadlift, there was finals for either, not combined) i ended up winning the class deadlifting 575 lbs. i'd never deadlifted before and gained all my leg strength riding bmx. I now weigh 180 and deadlift a little over 650. just wondering if any1 else rides bikes and it helps a ton with leg strength and definition.

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    Nope, but you sound pretty damn strong. What are you doing for dead's right now?
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    Originally posted by plouffe
    Nope, but you sound pretty damn strong. What are you doing for dead's right now?
    Originally posted by Marble
    I now weigh 180 and deadlift a little over 650.

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    Mudge, I should have been more specific. Marble what ROUTINE are you doing for increasing your deadlift?

    *thanks mudge, always gotta be technical :bounce:
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    Re: useless story

    Originally posted by Marble
    When i was 11 years old, i started BMX racing and have been doing it since (im 15 years old) and when I was 14 I had my first powerlifting competition and had never deadlifted before, i was expecting my bench to carry me (pushing around 300 lbs weighing a little under 200) when i didnt make the finals for bench, i tried out deadlift (there was 2 categories bench and deadlift, there was finals for either, not combined) i ended up winning the class deadlifting 575 lbs. i'd never deadlifted before and gained all my leg strength riding bmx. I now weigh 180 and deadlift a little over 650. just wondering if any1 else rides bikes and it helps a ton with leg strength and definition.
    w t f...

    those weights are amazing for your age

    got any pics?

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    A 650 deadlift at 180 lbs is amazing for any age. Yeah, a pic would be nice.

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    Marble, we're talking 650 POUNDS here right, not ounces?
    Perhaps you should be out setting some national records.


    http://www.adfpa.com/records/national/men-teen.htm

    MEN'S TEENAGE NATIONAL RECORDS
    AGE 14-15
    AS OF 2003
    Weight Class Event Name Weight Year

    181 Squat J. JOHNSON 451.75 99
    Bench Press J. JOHNSON 325.00 99
    Deadlift J. JOHNSON 485.00 99
    Total J. JOHNSON 1262.00 99

    198 Squat J. HULL 523.50 94
    Bench Press J. STIVERSON 292.00 98
    Deadlift J. HEIT 479.50 Jun-01
    Total J. HULL 1240.00 94

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    Lou Ferrigno was credited with an 850 deadlift @ 275 pounds

    650 is no small feat for anyone, the only person in my gym approaching those numbers is a pretty big, and somewhat short guy, naturally big (somewhat 'fat' type). Very strong guy.

    Ronnie Coleman did 800x2 SLDL in his video, while dieting down.

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    Hummmm at 15 years old and 180lbs deadlifting 650. I call it BS. I know some strong ass young guys around, and the strongest one I know deadlift 625lbs, he is 265-275lbs (don’t remember for sure) and 17 years old. I don’t know any 15 year old personally that deadlifts more than 450lbs. But hey if there is a minute chance I’m wrong and you really do that, man you better start competing.

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    maybe they were rack deads?

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    I dont know alot of people past the 500# mark. The one lightweight I know of who can do 500 for more than 10 reps, is over 200 pounds at 5'9", he competed around 190.

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    sorry but i am having a hard time believeing this....no way a bike can make ur elgs that strong..sure its good for ur legs and helps but no way is it gonna make u deadlift 650lbs.....

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    Originally posted by KataMaStEr
    Hummmm at 15 years old and 180lbs deadlifting 650. I call it BS. I know some strong ass young guys around, and the strongest one I know deadlift 625lbs, he is 265-275lbs (don’t remember for sure) and 17 years old. I don’t know any 15 year old personally that deadlifts more than 450lbs. But hey if there is a minute chance I’m wrong and you really do that, man you better start competing.

    I go to school with this guy, it isn't no bullshit man. I'm 16 and I'm pulling 400 pounds off the ground at 160lbs. This kid is a freak.
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    It isn't no bullshit = its bullshit. You do remember double negatives from English class right?

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