430 kg (954 Lbs) Deadlift

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+46 1. Illuminati commented 9 years ago

That must be healthy for his spine... :)
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+21 2. irishgek commented 9 years ago

Still one swift kick to the balls and i bet he falls like a ton of bricks , but jesus thats some lift and then to talk away like he's not even breaking a sweat !!
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+15 3. IDK399 commented 9 years ago

Holly @$&%. He just lifted a mini cooper. And at the end he actually spoke. Although with that much straining, I think the voice came out the wrong end. :D
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+7 4. gadgetfreak commented 9 years ago

#3 a mini? You know what a mini weights? A little bit more....
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+3 5. mmmendal commented 9 years ago

Previous video comes to mind. >:)
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+5 6. Cavabardus commented 9 years ago

Dabaï !
Dabaï !
Dabaï !
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-2 7. archis commented 9 years ago

This excercise is back breaker, it is not worth to do it.
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+24 8. Sizzlik (admin) commented 9 years ago

i think an open hand slap from that berserk will rip your head off
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+1 9. IDK399 commented 9 years ago

@#4 a little exaggeration gets the point across. In any case a 1965 Mini Cooper comes in at around 1300 lbs, while today's version is around 2500 lbs.
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+17 10. tree4free commented 9 years ago

#6 Actually it's davai which means come on in russian.
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+5 11. SmajlicekCZ commented 9 years ago

# Not to nitpick, but the letter "b" in cyrilliese is read as a "v" in russian language, so you are both kinda right.
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+4 12. Kytyzow commented 9 years ago

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+5 13. Tidge commented 9 years ago

#3 I've just had a really crap day but that comment made me lmao thanks :D
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+1 14. spetzialist commented 9 years ago


It's davaj, same like in polish (dawaj), most of the words only differ by v/w ;).
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+3 15. loadrunner commented 9 years ago

That guy walked straight out of a James Bond movie, never knew guys like that really exist.
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+1 16. Nightcamo commented 9 years ago

Damn! He can punch a freaking head off with his strength!
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-2 17. huldu commented 9 years ago

In Mother Russia the weights lift you.
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+2 18. Neutral commented 9 years ago

If I can employ a worker like him, I don't need a forklift :D
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+1 19. loadrunner commented 9 years ago

#18 In Soviet Russia, guy lifts forklift.
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+3 20. sux2bu commented 9 years ago

He is wearing those long shorts to hide the fact that his hemroids are hanging down to his knees. :S
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+2 21. vion commented 9 years ago

Actually davaj means Give.
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0 22. Itsme78 commented 8 years ago

was espekting his head to explode or something ;)