Alex Vi-Nada wrote:
This guy is full of crap. There is not a single result anywhere that would justify a 4:15 (or the 4:08 equivalent he claims).
[3.1]Miles Davis wrote:
Lets say you run a 5:00 then you would need to squat 500lbs. 4:30 = 430lbs. 8:50 = 850lbs. Has anyone ever been capable of squatting their current mile time? Is it even possible? Discus
I am sure Ronnie Coleman could do this. Deadlifted 800 lb as a bodybuilder, which is even more impressive considering that hes training for volume. Dont really know his squat or mile, but the guy could also do full splits at that size, the range of motion to jog a mile wouldnt be too high, and his endurance would be good for someone huge. If he couldnt do this in his prime, add 20 miles per week and he could.
I bet some decathletes could do this. I was pretty mediocre at the Dec but ran 4:26 in a Dec when my max squat was about 400. It isn't hard for me to imagine a guy simultaneously more talented at those two particular skills than me. Shoot, I'm only 6-1, so just get a 6-4 guy with my exact build and endurance and he would be able to do it.