The Myth Of Relative Strength

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The Myth Of Relative Strength

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Ehh looks interesting, haven't finish reading it.. Just to share..

http://www.higher-faster-sports.com/rel ... hmyth.html
Squats can only strengthen, tear or break something. Strengthening, tearing and breaking is totally awesome. Thus squats are awesome.

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Nice article, thanks.

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Finally remember to read, then there's this mentioned:
http://www.higher-faster-sports.com/noglutes.html

fucking hell Bushmen look like they can deadlift 3x their bw for reps!
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an ant can lift 50x its body weights but an elephant cant run nor lift its own weight.

so which one do we fear more? ant or elephant?

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