due to my economic situation i've decided on joining the armed forces (not sure which yet).
anyway, i talked with the recruiters a while back and they told me i should be at around 190 if i'm 5'8". at the time i decided i wasn't going to sign up but now i have little choice. anyway i used to have a rather high BF%, i was 230, now i'm 215 and i'm stronger than i ever was at 230, in fact i feel like strength comes easier as i get lighter, especially on the bench. the other day i saw someone post up a video on facebook of joe morrow(?) deadlifting 315 at 125 and thought that it was incredible (my max is 405 at 215).
anyway, anyone know just exactly how he achieved this? genetic freak? special training? any ideas? it kind of reminds me of those olympic weightlifters, they're pound for pound insanely strong!
before anyone mentions it, i don't have the money (nor age) for a steroid cycle (i'm limited to experience with dymethazine, epistane, and m1d due to post-operative muscle loss). now i'm not saying i will even come close to this guy but i'd really love to be as powerful as i can at 190.