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    Originally Posted by s58 View Post
    Yeah lilliebridges was not over 300 pounds like you

    Yes weight does matter. Weight matters a lot when it comes to bodybuilding and powerlifting.

    If I weighed 400 pounds and benched 315, that wouldn't be as impressive as a 200 pounder benching 315
    Hey man guess what

    The class is 120+ kg

    That means if he benches 505 at 150 kg he still beats the guy benching 315 at 120 kg

    Hope this helps
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    Depends how long you have been training and the amount of food you get in srs
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    Originally Posted by s58 View Post
    Yeah lilliebridges was not over 300 pounds like you

    Yes weight does matter. Weight matters a lot when it comes to bodybuilding and powerlifting.

    If I weighed 400 pounds and benched 315, that wouldn't be as impressive as a 200 pounder benching 315
    I 100% agree that weight matters but again if he is putting up those numbers at 300ish then that is still VERY impressive.
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    Originally Posted by s58 View Post
    Yeah lilliebridges was not over 300 pounds like you

    Yes weight does matter. Weight matters a lot when it comes to bodybuilding and powerlifting.

    If I weighed 400 pounds and benched 315, that wouldn't be as impressive as a 200 pounder benching 315
    uwotm8? 310 lbs 505 bench =/= 400 lbs 315 bench what kind of dumb comparison is that?
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    I just turned 16 in October, but I can bench 250 lbs x 1. But I weigh like 215 lbs. So lolz.
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    Originally Posted by s58 View Post
    Yeah lilliebridges was not over 300 pounds like you

    Yes weight does matter. Weight matters a lot when it comes to bodybuilding and powerlifting.

    If I weighed 400 pounds and benched 315, that wouldn't be as impressive as a 200 pounder benching 315
    Someone sounds jealous. A 500lb bench is impressive no matter WHO is doing the lift. You'll simply never get there.
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    I started doing bench press like 7 months ago (didn't like it due to shoulder pain) started off with the bar now I'm benching 175-180 for reps it does't take long just keep going at it and you'll get to a sorta respectable weight.


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    Originally Posted by darod88 View Post
    I often feel weak in the gym seeing myself as the one of the weakest people benching. Most of my friends do around 70-90, and my strongest friend who's 14 does 190-200. He's 6'2, 220 lbs. I usually do 100 for 6-8 reps. My one rep max is 120. I'm not sure if that's a lot and if it's not then what is? I was thinking anything 135+ for someone my age but I know this site has high standards. I have a pretty big chest even though I'm not all that strong. My chest is roughly 40 inches and my arms are 12-13. I'm 5'7, 130 so not all that big. I also feel like at this age, the taller you are, the stronger you are. My other stats are a 190 squat, and 245 deadlift(max).

    Idk man when i was 16 i weighed 130 and maxed out at 135
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    Originally Posted by CWGame View Post
    I 100% agree that weight matters but again if he is putting up those numbers at 300ish then that is still VERY impressive.
    O it is definitely impressive I am not gonna lie. But sometimes he just sounds too cocky and and brags a lot.
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    SHOULD be able to bench? What kind of question is that. Why do u care how much you can push laying flat on your back anyway? It's not very applicable to anything in life. But I guess your body weight? I don't know
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    im 14 and i can do 132lb (60kg) im 6" if your stating out thats fine bro
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    i do like 155x8 now after i started lifting 4 months ago, i think bodyweightx10 is a good goal
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    I am 14 weigh 115 and can max 160 pounds 1 rep.Is that good?
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