What rhymes with weight lifter?
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Nothing it's an amatuer sport. You might make some money through sponsorships.
At present, the world's oldest weightlifter is Sy Perlis. He isover 90 years old and competes on a regular basis.
You've probably heard the term "pumping iron." Well, the weight plates themselves really are usually iron. The bars are usually steel, and the best ones are tempered steel. It…'s possible to increase strength lifting other objects such as stones or plastic weight plates filled with water or concrete. However, iron weight plates are the most convenient.
Cotton Buds in ears so that their ears don't burst. Steroids for there muscles, and cheese because they can.
An ant can lift 5,000 times its own weight.
the forces acting on the weight lifter and the weights are balanced because the forces are not moving or changing direction.
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to bulk up and have extra calories to burn? yes they can if they are taken as an extra meal, you can't substitute protein shakes for meals and expect to get bigger.
It would depend on how strong the weight lifter is.
Pam or a little E.V.O.O.
to increase the grip of the hand
He's not dead.
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There are information about weight lifting in books, magazines, and websites. Exercises and machines or weights to do weight lifting can be found at many stores. Before begi…nning any weight lifting be sure to talk to your doctor.
Proteins are the basic building blocks for muscles, and weightlifters need a lot of muscles. So they need a bit more protein thanthe rest of us.
(using squats for the sake of explanation) The lifter exerts an action force on the weight, which is in the opposite direction to gravity. The lifters shoulders also experien…ce the reaction force (from the weight - otherwise, the weight would pass through the lifter or vice versa). The feet of the lift also experience a reaction force, which, combined with the shoulder-reaction force, is equal to the action force (Newton's Third Law). The feet also experience friction on the floor surface in opposite directions (which cancel out, so the lifter is stationary on the ground) :)