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I know during the season the players don't lift max weight, but in the off season training they probably do?
Who is the strongest in bench and squat? And what is their max in those lifts?
If they don't do any 1 rep max weight sets, who pumps out the most reps with 225 in bench?
If they don't do squats with max weight, what is the max weight lift or amount of weight and reps on a linear leg press?
Ive heard Mike Ford is a lift warrior as well as Micky J.
yeah mike ford is always at the top when pics are posted of the days lifters. I would say if it's not straight up for a certain lift, then he is pound for pound the strongest no doubt. Freak is up there too
Pound for pound it's Michael Ford. I had a pic when I was with another network of him doing pull-ups with a 45-pound plate chained to his waist. Still, one of the best pics I have gotten on a kid and I owe it all to one of our members of the family PigskinGumbeaux
Good question and some good debate.
Who do you all think it would be for the following:
Who is the strongest in bench and their max?
Who is the strongest in squat and their max?
I know a couple years ago Minter led the team in the squat at something like 550 lbs.
I'm going with Mickey Johnson on both. i know he set a state record in high school with a 450lbs bench press, and I've heard he squats over 600lbs.
“There is no off switch on a tiger”
Make that 700lbs.
On T-Bob's radio show last night with Jordy Culotta, he said that Mickey Johnson is hands down the strongest person he's ever gone up against. He said it wasn't even close.
From the video I would say MJ is the tops in the squat.
I would think he would be tops in bench too, I would guess max bench is around 500 pounds.
I think Sonny is referring to this photo of Ford working out as a high school junior at Leesville. Notice in the background the wall of honor members Eddie Fuller and Raymond Smoot — both former Tigers.
Nowhere in my contract does it say I gotta make a fool out of myself, am I right?
Nice find Brian.....I remember using that in his commitment story you helped me out with:)
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