What a good diet can do for a powerlifter

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    What a good diet can do for a powerlifter


    http://www.midwestbarbell.com/totale...showtopic=1110

    This pretty much answers that thread about bodyfat percentage and the myth that a lifter must have globs of bodyfat to put up impressive numbers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ktw
    the myth that a lifter must have globs of bodyfat to put up impressive numbers.

    thought i disproved that myth in the other post
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    This is just reinforcement, plus an impressive story.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ktw
    This is just reinforcement, plus an impressive story.

    haha i know, just bustin your chops. and that guy did do a good, plus some "supplements" definately helped him out too
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    Yah, those 'supplements' are always a nice addition to the process. I wonder though, 900+ lb squat at 20 years old, 700+ lb bench and multiple tears, did he possibly supplement before his time to hit those numbers/do other young pl'ers?
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    here's an interview with him
    http://www.readthecore.com/200601/matt_r.htm
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    Good post man and in all honesty he still isn't as big in that first pic as the ones I was talking about but regardless good post!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jayhawkk
    Good post man and in all honesty he still isn't as big in that first pic as the ones I was talking about but regardless good post!
    He is 320lbs bro...

    I'd say he is a big boy, even by PL standards. There are not THAT many 400lbs+ PLers, if that is what you are reffering to. Sure they exist, but if you look at the average, if you look at what most would identify as a PL physique, that is not it. izza:

    Either way amazing job!
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    a powerlifter giving out really sensible diet advice. And jacked too! Crazy!
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    Hmmmmmm Small farm animals?
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    I've seen this before, I could have sworn it was Chris Benoit when I first saw it. Very impressive
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