Michigan powerlifter heroically lifts vehicle pinned on top of man after accident


If this is too off-topic, feel free to delete. I thought it was interesting powerlifting showed a real life application in the news recently.

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[Michigan Powerlifter](https://www.foxnews.com/us/michigan-powerlifter-heroically-lifts-vehicle-pinned-on-top-of-man-after-accident)

>A [Michigan](https://www.foxnews.com/category/us/us-regions/midwest/michigan) powerlifter was hailed as a hero last week after he helped a man who was pinned underneath a 2-ton SUV.
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>Ryan Belcher, 29, was at the end of his workday Thursday when he heard a loud crash outside. He explained to [“Fox & Friends”](https://www.foxnews.com/shows/fox-and-friends) on Monday he noticed a Jeep Cherokee flipped upside down, and he rushed outside toward the wreckage. When he got there, he found a man trapped underneath the vehicle calling out for help.
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>”When I first approached the vehicle, there was a good four men there, and they were all trying to move this vehicle and I seen it wasn’t happening and I figured what a better time now to use what I know I can actually do,” Belcher said
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>Belcher, who is 350 pounds with the ability to squat 950 pounds and deadlift another 800 pounds, noticed he could get some leverage on the vehicle to try to move it off the man whose lower body was still inside the vehicle and his upper body smashed up against a speed limit sign.
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>“I just jumped right in,” he said “I seen a window that was broken out of the back of the vehicle and I knew if I can swing the vehicle in a certain direction I can free him from that pole. So, I just stuck my arms in and I don’t know I just grabbed it, lifted it up and started pushing and all I heard was that’s enough we can get him.”

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Adding in extra pull-ups on top of lifting

I’m currently training full body 3 times a week MWF and training for rock climbing (by rock climbing) 2/3 times a week TTh and sometimes F if we decide to go out to some real rock. My question is would it be okay to add in a ton of pull-ups every day on top of my current regimen? I’m talking like 100+ whenever I think of it, just rep out 10-20 or so. I’m currently 20yo on a good diet and do not feel fatigued by my current schedule. The only thing I could foresee happening is overexerting myself in which case I would just dial it back to where I am now and continue with that. Is there any reason not to add in tons of pull-ups?

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The only pull-ups I have in my current routine is a 4×8 on Monday and 3×12 chin-ups on Fridays.



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Pause Overhead Press, top or bottom? Should I change grips when doing this exercise?

Hey, I’m not sure which one to do in my next shoulder workout, some people recommend doing both each rep. Any ideas which one is “superior”?

[https://forum.bodybuilding.com/showthread.php?t=123046371&page=1](https://forum.bodybuilding.com/showthread.php?t=123046371&page=1) – This thread had an argument about it and still left me confused, can somebody clarify, please?

Another recommendation I got was changing grips, close, wide, reverse, etc.



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Pause Overhead Press, top or bottom? Should I change grips when doing this exercise?


Hey, Thank you in advance. I’m not sure which one to do in my next shoulder workout (pausing OHP top or bottom), some people recommend doing both each rep. Any ideas which one is “superior”?

[https://forum.bodybuilding.com/showthread.php?t=123046371&page=1](https://forum.bodybuilding.com/showthread.php?t=123046371&page=1) – This thread had an argument about it and still left me confused, can somebody clarify, please?

Another recommendation I got was changing grips, close, wide, reverse, etc. Any ideas on this?



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