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Old 09-16-2008, 10:47 AM   #11
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Those are stupid numbers...just...stupid. I remember when Ortmayer was on the CF forums for about two weeks. His total was over 2000.

I'll try to catch a replay.
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Old 09-16-2008, 01:14 PM   #12
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Those are stupid numbers...just...stupid. I remember when Ortmayer was on the CF forums for about two weeks. His total was over 2000.

I'll try to catch a replay.
In regards to Travis's total, I doubt his squat was Raw. I do believe he could pull well over 800 though. I also believe he could legitimately press over 300; the 360 number was more than likely a push press. But I'd say the numbers he posted were with suits, belts, wraps, supports etc. To put your body under that type of stress without supportive gear would have been insane. It's one of the reasons I'll never truly go for a CF total. If that makes any sense? I don't want to use any supportive gear and to do singles with the weights I'm capable of using really ups the injury potential. Just not worth it to me.

It would have been cool watching Travis try a muscle up though. He's a wicked big dude. A solid 305 or 310 at around 6'3".

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