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Topic: Paul Anderson (Read 660 times)
Jan 15, 2006, 07:18 AM »
Whenever I read about the "big" progress of nowadays strength athletes I think of Paul Anderson, the unparalleled one at squatting. Only man meanwhile who starts to approach him is Glenn Ross. Arnold Classic Strongman 2005 footage showed he could - very well - be the world`s strongest man nowadays.
Paul - taken everything into consideration - is the best ever. Contrary to Glenn Ross, Paul was explosive. But Glenn is not far away. Only person known to me I can attribute that to. If Paul had just lived professionally for strength his numbers would have gotten unapproachable even for Glenn. No doubt in my mind about that.
Gladly Paul scored bigtime with his youthhome, or there would be thousands of more people living in jail.
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