185½ kg × 4 reps Tuscherer Sometimes I don’t know when to stop a lifting session. I get carried away with the feeling that I must do more despite the fact that I know from countless experiences that there is no point in continuing. When I was a beginner I couldn’t sense this point so …
505.4kg – the work per inch on this lift is 1114.2 lbs/in To gain superstrength like me you have to train very scientifically.
This is 1014 lbs. 400-lb squats would not have prepared me for supporting 1014 lbs.
If you want 200 kg blocks moved about… then Stuart is your man.
Dropping a 100 kg ball creates large forces – this doesn’t mean the body applies large forces to the ball.