If someone rarely deadlifts, I wouldn't be surprised to see their deadlift numbers below "normal".
regardless do you know what a person's body would look like with those variances in numbers. all my numbers make sense; 425 bench, 515 squat, 515 deadliest, 315 military press, etc. they are all in league.
lol v you are so full of shit no way your deadlift would be that toddler like if the other numbers were accurate. those number make zero sense. if you used 100lb dbells for chest you'd be benching 315 minimum. the squat is also what my 13 year old does for football.
dbs is where i'm strongest why is that so hard to believe, i can bench 275 but since i only do that a few times i didn't put that number up plus i don't really do maxes for one rep
there are a bunch of high school kids who dlift more than me so I'm not surprised, but that's all they do and they don't look like they work out so i'll take appearance over strength
the essence of the "jet" tee is the fact that there isn't a high quality decent fitting t shirt on the market. high quality is defined as having soft, maybe pima cotton, perhaps blended with some kind of viscose material (to achieve a nice bodily drape) and decent fitting as having some taper without having 15" chest for a small.
if someone would make the above and not charge an arm and a leg for them it'd be greatly successful, imo.
what's the point of looking big if you are weak? serious question (0)
because it's way more rewarding to have a hot girl tell you that you're jacked. Instead of deadlifting 400lbs in a dark dank gym where only one other person there realizes the strength and mobility that took.