- Jun 1, 2000
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He just bench pressed 225 lbs 45 times on NFLN. I doubt any draft prospect at any position matches this. Cheers for the old folks
Jmho,but i don't believe he's cheating with supplements. Someone here posted approx a year ago they knew someone personally who workedJust saw that -- crazy, even if he has the benefit of supplements the NFL may not approve. He's way broader now than when he was playing. Good for Heath!
ThePostGame Exclusive: NFL RB Heath Evans Says He Uses Controversial SWATS Spray - ThePostGame.comNew Orleans Saints fullback Heath Evans is the latest professional athlete to admit using a product called The Ultimate Spray that is touted by its maker as containing the banned substance IGF-1.
The Ultimate Spray is labeled as including deer antler velvet extract, and it is made by a company called SWATS -- Sports With Alternatives To Steroids -- that was successfully sued by St. Louis Rams linebacker David Vobora after he tested positive in 2009 for methyltestosterone.
Muscle maturity and all that?That's what you call "grown man strength." Being strong in the weight room, for many men, is something that you get better at with age, up to a certain point.
A guy in his late 30s/early 40s is typically stronger with lifting than a guy in his 20s, if they're working out consistently.
Grown man strength is a real thing.