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    Shank is offline Senior Member
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    Default Can you swing 465lbs? The answer is YES.

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    postandspread is offline Senior Member
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    As Archimedes didn't say: "Give me place to stand and I will swing the earth!"

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    md corral is offline Senior Member
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    Wow...that's crazy strong. Actually not a surprise to me that Max would explore this.

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    These are explosive partial sumo deadlifts.
    One of the reasons why swings are harder than the deadlifts is that your arms stay at the same angle to your body as in the beginning of the deadlift.
    This creates a tongue making the weight much harder to move, regardless of the help the momentum is providing.

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    LChristopher RKC is offline Senior Member
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    I love that piece of equipment.

    I remember doing some ridiculously heavy swings after a workshop with Bud Jeffries, though I can't remember the exact amount. Fun stuff!
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