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    Default VIDEO: "Unreal Phil" Brewer Contest Raw Benches 225 x 41 Reps @ 175lbs Body Weight !



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    1st Place and the 225 @ 175lb Div Record went to "Unreal Phil" Brewer of Conway, Arkansas. Phil hit 41 strict repetitions with 225 pound. He weighed in at 174.6lbs at 8AM that morning.
    "Unreal Phil" Brewer
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    2nd Place went to David Mendoza who got 23 full reps with the same weight. Mendoza tipped the scales at 175 pounds body weight and he max benched 385 pounds just prior to participating in this power reps shootout.

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    I've known Phil for a long time. Great guy and definitely one of the most dedicated guys I've seen in a long time in powerlifting. He even competes in bodybuilding every now and then.
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    INFINITELY more impressive than watching a seriously fat guy wearing a bench shirt 4x too small for him benching a heavy weight for one slow, awkward rep!

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    impressive but from the front shots it looks like his butt is not on the bench? i don't know how strict they were with the rules, still very impressive

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    Quote Originally Posted by StuchWSU View Post
    impressive but from the front shots it looks like his butt is not on the bench? i don't know how strict they were with the rules, still very impressive
    We don't allow the bencher's butt to come off the bench during our max bench round, but we don't adhere to that rule during the power reps challenge (unless they're intentionally raising their butt off the bench in a long term, elevated position so as to create a decline bench effect.) But we know that lifter's feet are gonna move around and their hips are gonna start fluttering off the bench as they fatigue and we want this power reps comp to be a complete (full range) burnout.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mpressive View Post
    I've known Phil for a long time. Great guy and definitely one of the most dedicated guys I've seen in a long time in powerlifting. He even competes in bodybuilding every now and then.
    Yeah, for sure, Phil's way built for his frame. He made 175lbs at 8AM that morning and was on stage repping out around noon. He's got a lot of muscle for that body weight! Nutz that he can both max contest bench 460 (raw) and also blast up so many reps (225 x 41) in the same condition. A superior blend of power and power endurance. No surprise he's ranked # 2 of all time for the 165 pound weight class (raw division, the record that counts da most.)

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    Fine job. Congrats to him. Should start a supplement company with a product called "41 more reps".

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