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2012-07-11 07:10:16 PM  
Is his name Brophy?
 
2012-07-11 07:39:13 PM  
i was gonna submit this yesterday, but i couldnt think of a good headline. its funny as hell though.
 
2012-07-11 07:42:30 PM  
He should've finished his strudel.
 
2012-07-11 07:52:11 PM  
lulz out loud
 
2012-07-11 08:27:28 PM  

markie_farkie: Is his name Brophy?


Did he get fruit cup?
 
2012-07-11 08:31:10 PM  
That was actually...much different than expected.
 
2012-07-11 08:38:37 PM  

elvisaintdead: markie_farkie: Is his name Brophy?

Did he get fruit cup?


I blame the little old man if he didn't.
 
2012-07-11 08:41:33 PM  
... and at that moment a narcoleptic Argentinian fell through the ceiling, followed by a midget dressed as a nun.

\had to.
 
2012-07-11 08:59:36 PM  
i.imgur.com
 
2012-07-11 10:48:25 PM  
That's not the first such clip I've seen, always amusing, they finish the lift, then stand there a sec and fall over.
 
2012-07-11 10:56:41 PM  
The only thing that makes sense to me, and I am definitely not! a doctor, is that guys doing this lift are straining so hard that they are increasing their blood pressure so high that the velocity of the blood increases to such an extent then when they finally relax, the blood drains from their head in a split second causing them to temporary pass out. If you notice he was conscious again within 5 or so seconds.

I was more concerned with how hard he hit his head on the support rod when he fell.
 
2012-07-11 11:17:33 PM  
I pick things up and then fall down.
 
2012-07-11 11:31:23 PM  

Dougie AXP: The only thing that makes sense to me, and I am definitely not! a doctor, is that guys doing this lift are straining so hard that they are increasing their blood pressure so high that the velocity of the blood increases to such an extent then when they finally relax, the blood drains from their head in a split second causing them to temporary pass out. If you notice he was conscious again within 5 or so seconds.

I was more concerned with how hard he hit his head on the support rod when he fell.



My oldest brother's friends (who were idiots) used to crouch into a ball and breathe super heavy for about 30 seconds, then they'd stand up -- they'd faint every time. I guess it was fun. Anyway, one day one of them didn't have someone nearby to catch him and he fell forward, flat onto his face. He looked like hell for about a month.

The reason I remember it so well is because the boy that got hurt (Jimmy, btw) would always get some gift from his father whenever he did something incredibly stupid. In this case, he got a brand new watch.

/I always figured there was some street name for the forced fainting thing given how dumbassy-predictable teenage boys can be -- though I've never bothered to look it up.
 
2012-07-12 12:01:01 AM  

markie_farkie: Is his name Brophy?


Heh! First thing I thought of too.
 
2012-07-12 12:03:59 AM  

Dougie AXP: I was more concerned with how hard he hit his head on the support rod when he fell.


There's probably not a lot going on up there anyway, so...he's good to go.
 
2012-07-12 12:04:24 AM  
Well, he did lift it, so he has that going for him, which is nice. Even nicer of his wife to post it on liveleak. Spiteful biatch should've used YouTube.
 
2012-07-12 12:23:55 AM  

Wise_Guy: I pick things up and then fall down.


Hell, I can do that without picking anything up

/well, maybe a few shots...
 
2012-07-12 12:27:00 AM  

Dougie AXP: The only thing that makes sense to me, and I am definitely not! a doctor, is that guys doing this lift are straining so hard that they are increasing their blood pressure so high that the velocity of the blood increases to such an extent then when they finally relax, the blood drains from their head in a split second causing them to temporary pass out. If you notice he was conscious again within 5 or so seconds.

I was more concerned with how hard he hit his head on the support rod when he fell.


I hope they took him to the hospital just in case. It sounded gnarly.
 
2012-07-12 12:27:30 AM  
Does dead lifting this ridiculous amount of weight even build muscle or do anything remotely productive for your body except to brag about how much weight you dead lifted?
 
2012-07-12 12:29:47 AM  

Mark Ratner: Spiteful biatch should've used YouTube.


Nope, he posted it himself to Youtube: Deadlift 538 then I passout where Liveleak stole it from.
Published on Jul 9, 2012 by LadewskiStrength

I passed out. Huge knot on the back of my head.
His channel has other vids of him in that weight room.
 
2012-07-12 12:39:55 AM  

Wise_Guy: I pick things up and then fall down.


dumb dumb dumb dumb dumb
dumb dumb dumb dumb dumb dumb dumb dumb dumb dumb dumb dumb Cool
 
2012-07-12 01:05:31 AM  

HairBolus: Mark Ratner: Spiteful biatch should've used YouTube.

Nope, he posted it himself to Youtube: Deadlift 538 then I passout where Liveleak stole it from. Published on Jul 9, 2012 by LadewskiStrength

I passed out. Huge knot on the back of my head. His channel has other vids of him in that weight room.


Wow. Just wow. He's proud of the fact he barely lifted it, and then passed out. Power lifters have issues. Thimble dicks.
 
2012-07-12 01:09:20 AM  

Dougie AXP: The only thing that makes sense to me, and I am definitely not! a doctor, is that guys doing this lift are straining so hard that they are increasing their blood pressure so high that the velocity of the blood increases to such an extent then when they finally relax, the blood drains from their head in a split second causing them to temporary pass out. If you notice he was conscious again within 5 or so seconds.


Easier to drink.
 
2012-07-12 01:15:35 AM  

Dougie AXP: The only thing that makes sense to me, and I am definitely not! a doctor, is that guys doing this lift are straining so hard that they are increasing their blood pressure so high that the velocity of the blood increases to such an extent then when they finally relax, the blood drains from their head in a split second causing them to temporary pass out. If you notice he was conscious again within 5 or so seconds.

I was more concerned with how hard he hit his head on the support rod when he fell.



http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vasovagal_response

The wiki entry doesn't mention it like I would have expected, but the act of "straining" or "bearing down" (as when you take a dump or lift 500 pounds) stimulates the vagus nerve. Try it yourself -- put your finger on your pulse and then bear down like you're trying to force a watermelon out of your ass. Hold it for a few seconds and feel your pulse slow down.
 
2012-07-12 01:17:11 AM  
You're old enough to know how to manage a head rush by now.
 
2012-07-12 01:18:12 AM  
Oh, and I'm so stealing "thimble dick".

Thank you.
 
2012-07-12 01:55:56 AM  

studebaker hoch: Oh, and I'm so stealing "thimble dick".

Thank you.


Not very long but at least it's thin
 
2012-07-12 02:14:58 AM  

Dougie AXP: I was more concerned with how hard he hit his head on the support rod when he fell.


Not to worry, the video shows pretty clearly that the support rod was not damaged.
 
2012-07-12 02:19:59 AM  
Perhaps some sort of communication breakdown.
 
2012-07-12 02:42:44 AM  

studebaker hoch: Oh, and I'm so stealing "thimble dick".

Thank you.


No!!!!! Okay, go ahead.
 
2012-07-12 02:51:05 AM  

Tim Tebow: Perhaps some sort of communication breakdown.


... and now I have this stuck in my head.
 
2012-07-12 03:35:38 AM  
And that's why I'm a devout non-exerciser.
 
2012-07-12 04:13:31 AM  
Some of you have more issues than guys who's only desire is to move metal rods.
 
2012-07-12 04:47:07 AM  
As a shorty lifting in the front of the gym
Passed out, and I bumped my head
Somebody helped me up and asked me if I bumped my head
I said "Yeah"
So then they said "Oh so that mean we gon, you gon switch it on em'?"
I said "Yeah, Flipmode, Flipmode is the greatest"
Knowing as a shorty, I was always told
That if I ain't gon' be part of the greatest
I gotta be the greatest myself
 
2012-07-12 05:55:24 AM  
My old pal Brophy
 
2012-07-12 09:36:30 AM  
God, I was expecting that guy to fart out his colon or something. So glad he didn't. Worst sight ever.
 
2012-07-12 10:11:49 AM  
www.wearysloth.com

Love that movie. Ron Carey was hilarious and is dead. Now I has a sad :(
 
2012-07-12 10:37:57 AM  

MOHWowbagger: Dougie AXP: The only thing that makes sense to me, and I am definitely not! a doctor, is that guys doing this lift are straining so hard that they are increasing their blood pressure so high that the velocity of the blood increases to such an extent then when they finally relax, the blood drains from their head in a split second causing them to temporary pass out. If you notice he was conscious again within 5 or so seconds.

I was more concerned with how hard he hit his head on the support rod when he fell.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vasovagal_response

The wiki entry doesn't mention it like I would have expected, but the act of "straining" or "bearing down" (as when you take a dump or lift 500 pounds) stimulates the vagus nerve. Try it yourself -- put your finger on your pulse and then bear down like you're trying to force a watermelon out of your ass. Hold it for a few seconds and feel your pulse slow down.


^^^^^THIS times infinity

I'm embarassed to say this but it happened to me as well at the gym. I was going for a squat PR (personal record), trained for 2 weeks leading up to it.

I got into position, took a few deep breaths, and got about 1/3 of the way down...noticed I couldn't feel my hands on the bar anymore...

...next thing I know I'm on the floor of the gym (my trainer and spotter caught the bar, thankfully), looking up at two paramedics discussing vagus nerves ("This is so cool...this was a cause of death on Law and Order then other night, the guy passed out on the toilet trying to shiat and died")..

15 minutes later, I was perfectly fine.
 
2012-07-12 10:44:41 AM  
MOHWowbagger:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vasovagal_response

The wiki entry doesn't mention it like I would have expected, but the act of "straining" or "bearing down" (as when you take a dump or lift 500 pounds) stimulates the vagus nerve. Try it yourself -- put your finger on your pulse and then bear down like you're trying to force a watermelon out of your ass. Hold it for a few seconds and feel your pulse slow down.


I didn't pass out, but now I've got a hemorrhoid the size of a strawberry. Thanks a lot.
 
2012-07-12 12:10:09 PM  
styckx:

Does dead lifting this ridiculous amount of weight even build muscle or do anything remotely productive for your body except to brag about how much weight you dead lifted?

Gauging improvement requires one to periodically measure one's ability. Strength (not strength endurance) is measured by a 1 rep maximum. Thinking that one is improving in an area without actually testing it leads to a sort of Dunning Kruger effect akin to a Ricer with a neon yellow Honda Civic who, due to having a racing stripe, a hood scoop, and an intercooler that doesn't connect to anything, thinks his car is greased lightning, but never tests his car on a quarter-mile to actually find out. For a lot of folks, muscle for the sake of muscle is pointless, and it only matters to them what they can do with it. The Deadlift, being one of the mose basic of movements, is a good benchmark for actual strength, not "perceived" strength.
 
2012-07-12 12:23:00 PM  
When I saw the headline I thought the clip was going to be of Bryce Harper....
 
2012-07-12 01:21:45 PM  

Blink: Dougie AXP: The only thing that makes sense to me, and I am definitely not! a doctor, is that guys doing this lift are straining so hard that they are increasing their blood pressure so high that the velocity of the blood increases to such an extent then when they finally relax, the blood drains from their head in a split second causing them to temporary pass out. If you notice he was conscious again within 5 or so seconds.

I was more concerned with how hard he hit his head on the support rod when he fell.


My oldest brother's friends (who were idiots) used to crouch into a ball and breathe super heavy for about 30 seconds, then they'd stand up -- they'd faint every time. I guess it was fun. Anyway, one day one of them didn't have someone nearby to catch him and he fell forward, flat onto his face. He looked like hell for about a month.

The reason I remember it so well is because the boy that got hurt (Jimmy, btw) would always get some gift from his father whenever he did something incredibly stupid. In this case, he got a brand new watch.

/I always figured there was some street name for the forced fainting thing given how dumbassy-predictable teenage boys can be -- though I've never bothered to look it up.


We called it an elevator when I was a youngster.
 
2012-07-12 01:49:54 PM  
Someone should tell this guy not to lock his knees.
 
2012-07-12 02:29:02 PM  
My son said this happens a lot in the military. New guys tend to lock their knees when standing at attention, then keel over. He said he could spot the guys who were going to topple just by looking at their knees.
 
2012-07-12 04:18:39 PM  

BillyRayBob: My son said this happens a lot in the military. New guys tend to lock their knees when standing at attention, then keel over. He said he could spot the guys who were going to topple just by looking at their knees.


i never had that happen to me. never could figure out how exactly it was supposed to work. always seemed like they were nodding off tired when they fell over.

/then again i marched more than once more or less asleep. the beauty of a called cadence and close-order drill is that you don't need to be concious to follow it...
 
2012-07-12 04:35:15 PM  

Wise_Guy: I pick things up, and then fall down

again. You're ne-ever gonna keep me up.

I pick things up, and then fall down again. You're ne-ever gonna keep me up

FTFM

pissin' the night away
 
2012-07-12 04:58:34 PM  

kobrakai: [www.wearysloth.com image 320x240]

Love that movie. Ron Carey was hilarious and is dead. Now I has a sad :(


High Anxiety?
 
2012-07-12 05:07:16 PM  

StoPPeRmobile: kobrakai: [www.wearysloth.com image 320x240]

Love that movie. Ron Carey was hilarious and is dead. Now I has a sad :(

High Anxiety?


Yeah. The headline (I assume) is a reference to the scene where Ron Carey's character get's Mel Brooks' trunk from the car and keeps trying to pick it up but can't quite lift it.
 
2012-07-12 09:33:16 PM  
I just love how stupid girlie is. "Oh, you've just collapsed and bonked the shiat outta yourself, sit up by all means, sit up! Can you stand?"
 
2012-07-12 10:34:27 PM  
The standing squat, with the free bar and rack, was the #1 exercise to make me nearly pass out.

Happened every time. I just got used to it. Tunnel vision and my tinnitus would turn way up.

Never went down. Occasionally would *sit* down, to "tie my shoe" and get my head as low as possible.
 
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