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    Quote Originally Posted by Trump View Post
    I like it where he says sometimes to improve on a lift you need to totally stop doing it. What like he did heavy inclines and other types of presses and totally ignored his flat for 6 months then came in and did a PR. I remember someone else saying this on here and getting slated by a seasoned power lifter or 2.
    That dude has red hair though. Nobody gonna take that chit serious

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    I know what you mean even though he was 100% right in what he said, the red hair is a no no.

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    That dude has red hair though. Nobody gonna take that chit serious
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    Just one rep?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jin View Post
    Who's the guy that pulls 925 like its nothing?

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=b-S768...fauxfullscreen
    Kind of a late reply, but he is Jerry Pritchett. Unless I'm wrong, he is a deadlift specialist, and mostly competes in Strongman to deadlift, which is why he can keep up with Thor and the rest but always does pretty poorly overall.
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    Pretty sure he got the 2nd or 3rd highest ever deadlift. He might of even attempted 500 when Eddie hall did it

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    Kind of a late reply, but he is Jerry Pritchett. Unless I'm wrong, he is a deadlift specialist, and mostly competes in Strongman to deadlift, which is why he can keep up with Thor and the rest but always does pretty poorly overall.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trump View Post
    Pretty sure he got the 2nd or 3rd highest ever deadlift. He might of even attempted 500 when Eddie hall did it
    He was the WR holder in 2017 with 1031lbs on the elephant bar. I think it belongs to Thor now with 1042lbs or something, from the 2019 Arnold Classic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MarvelousChester View Post
    Kind of a late reply, but he is Jerry Pritchett. Unless I'm wrong, he is a deadlift specialist, and mostly competes in Strongman to deadlift, which is why he can keep up with Thor and the rest but always does pretty poorly overall.
    Jerry is not a young man and therefore is prone to injury. He’s a hell of a competitor and still one of the strongest men alive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Straight30weight View Post
    Jerry is not a young man and therefore is prone to injury. Hes a hell of a competitor and still one of the strongest men alive.
    I can't argue with that. He is pulling over 1000lbs and competing in the Arnold Strongman Classic. You don't get much stronger than that.

    I only mentioned that he does poorly because he gets very low overall scores but he does really well in the deadlift events. In the last Arnold Classic he got under 15 points whereas Thor got around 45, and Thor didn't even try in the Stone to Shoulder event, he just did one rep and left.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MarvelousChester View Post
    I can't argue with that. He is pulling over 1000lbs and competing in the Arnold Strongman Classic. You don't get much stronger than that.

    I only mentioned that he does poorly because he gets very low overall scores but he does really well in the deadlift events. In the last Arnold Classic he got under 15 points whereas Thor got around 45, and Thor didn't even try in the Stone to Shoulder event, he just did one rep and left.
    I was there. Jerry, like Brian Shaw, was injured on the deadlift. Pretty much took them both out of competition.

    Father Time is an asshole. Both of them are getting older and their bodies may not put up with the abuse for much longer.
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    can anyone tell me why he shoulder pressing barbells like that??
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trump View Post

    can anyone tell me why he shoulder pressing barbells like that??
    Probably just doing it for the clicks. He did the same with flat bench a few weeks ago.
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