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13yr. old phenom at APA Sacramento Meet
 

spar4tee
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Doh wrote:
With all due respect, it's great that your stepson is lifting that much. When I was 13, I couldn't even do a push up lol. But I guess it's the term "phenom" that brought about all this discussion. I understand that you are proud of him and that's understandable because I would be too if I had a child doing that! It must because I saw this just yesterday but this is what a true "phenom" IMO for a 15 yr old.


It was raw too. Very strong and probably very gifted.

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ouroboro_s
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TigerTime wrote:
It's great that he's starting young, but I wouldn't call him a phenom either.

For the record, I had higher lifts @ 130lbs. Then again, I was 14, but I was also 77lbs lighter.


Is your picture last year's London Open?

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lumbahjack
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spar4tee wrote
LOL I care more about what I'm doing now and then the next day and then next day and so on and so forth



WIZDOM!

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tajacks2
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phenom

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spar4tee
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tajacks2 wrote:


phenom

LOL

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Efeguwewe
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jasmincar wrote:
That's no big deal, solidkhalid can deadlift 330 for 5 reps.


Holy shit I lost it hahahahaha

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