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    Default Dallas McCarver Trains Back & Reaches a Deadlift Goal of 800lbs+


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    This kid and Compton and Ramy will be the stars of the near future. Dallas should have made the top 10 at the O. He looked great! Compton is another crazy disciplined kid like Dallas, and I see Dorian Yates in them. Would be freaking great to not work a normal 9 to 5 and just get paid to bodybuild and compete.

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    Awesome!

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    Quote Originally Posted by king kong kurbis View Post
    This kid and Compton and Ramy will be the stars of the near future. Dallas should have made the top 10 at the O. He looked great! Compton is another crazy disciplined kid like Dallas, and I see Dorian Yates in them. Would be freaking great to not work a normal 9 to 5 and just get paid to bodybuild and compete.
    Most of us worked a steady 9-5 job until we got to the point where we could make a living doing this.


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    Dude just gone and lost his mind! I haven't seen a competitor train this focused since Cutler when he was on a mission from 2000-2001, when he broke into the top 2 at the 2001 Olympia. That offseason and pre-contest prep was FOCUSED. I'm seeing the same in you, Dallas. Exactly what bodybuilding needs - someone who does it and loves it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by majrminer View Post
    Dude just gone and lost his mind! I haven't seen a competitor train this focused since Cutler when he was on a mission from 2000-2001, when he broke into the top 2 at the 2001 Olympia. That offseason and pre-contest prep was FOCUSED. I'm seeing the same in you, Dallas. Exactly what bodybuilding needs - someone who does it and loves it.
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    Dallas is going to be dangerous soon than later!
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    His offseason condition is insane, Great to see him training smart and heavy. Matt your doing a great job with him.
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    I got an earlier post cut for what? Questioning how much of a 9-5er a 24 yr old BBer could ever have been while coming up?! Anyway the kid has talent and was a deserved top 10 Mr. O and with a beastly 845lb deadlift his back won't be his main weakness for long.

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    Great to see a young guy with that discipline. Is like watching Dorian all over again

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    I agree that heavy lifts add some sort of a unique density to the muscle.

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    That deadlifts sets was quite impressive.
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    I definitely am impressed by Dallas's strength; however, what I find most impressive is his mindset and determination. I see Dallas and Compton as stars of the future; I'd throw Cedric in there, but he doesn't seem to have the same drive.

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    This guy is crazy strong !
    The IFBB has a lot of talented young guys right now and Dallas is definitely one of those guys .

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    Some heavy duty hardcore training that is!
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