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I think that he may be the strongest overall QB in NFL. He is built like a linebacker, and a strong one.

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its funny, forgot who was talking about it but they were saying Luck has the mentality of a LB or a SS and plays the qb position. Love that!! i played wr and rb in high school, but loved defense more cause I liked to clobber people. although running over people was fun too

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There is a very primal satisfaction in putting in a big hit on someone :P

yes there is! thats why i loved boxing and mma. just cant take hit like I used to, heh. instead of blood I have this weird sinus thing when I get a good nose shot. just runs like a fauset.

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I lift weights regularly and like to think I am in decent shape... and I would die after one set of that! No wonder he is so hard to bring down. Big AND yoked. Big Ben is just BIG...dude has a gut on him. Luck is jacked and fast, which is why he is the MJD of QBs (can't bring him down easily)

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I am a grown man (32 yrs old) and I find this hot ;)

I'm at a loss for words.

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Was the conditioning coach yelling "AC" or was he talking to Luck? I couldn't tell if maybe Castanzo was working out beside him. That would mean he was working out with the linemen. Wow.

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Was the conditioning coach yelling "AC" or was he talking to Luck? I couldn't tell if maybe Castanzo was working out beside him. That would mean he was working out with the linemen. Wow.

I think the video was taken at Stanford. Costanzo went to Boston College.

Not entirely sure though.

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Was the conditioning coach yelling "AC" or was he talking to Luck? I couldn't tell if maybe Castanzo was working out beside him. That would mean he was working out with the linemen. Wow.

AP. AP.

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Yeah, but RG3 flips tires in the Subway commercial. Therefore he must be better.

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Yeah, but RG3 flips tires in the Subway commercial. Therefore he must be better.

Dood....

Not in here......

There's already like a 13 page thread about Luck and RGIII...

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I am a grown man (32 yrs old) and I find this hot ;)

:scratch::dunno: I'm not touching that 1 with a 20 foot pole sir...I'm in no position to judge.

What's that expression about living in a glass house & not throwing any rocks? To each their own I guess...

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I am a grown man (32 yrs old) and I find this hot ;)

.... :Yikes:

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Instant Debate:

I bet Andrew Luck could beat up Peyton Manning.

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Instant Debate:

I bet Andrew Luck could beat up Peyton Manning.

Alright, that is hilarious! Is it even a question? I love Peyton; but we already know that as soon as Luck gets within 2 feet, Peyton is hitting the deck and curling up in the fetal position. I would much rather see some sort of academic debate between the two of them lol.

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Dood....

Not in here......

There's already like a 13 page thread about Luck and RGIII...

Which is what im making fun of.

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Thought it was great when he ran through our line and bounced of a lineman I think, and just kept going.

I`m older, but it made me think of Ditka. haha!

I think Andrew would be a maddog LB`er or a tough TE.

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Well....I'm gonna watch a few more reps and feel my shoulders burn! LOL

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Those techniques can pull muscles and cause micro-tears in the muscles that take a lot longer to heal than if he was using the correct techniques. I cringe. Please look at my correct motion and techniques over to the left, in a van, down by the river. But what is most annoying is the guy that is shouting,,,,,who is that, the stanford cardinal weight trainer?

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Oh I didn't know you were an elite level physical trainer, chrisfarly.... sometimes form can slip a bit on super sets like Luck was doing, but I didn't see anything terrible. If you were being sarcastic I apologize

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Well....I'm gonna watch a few more reps and feel my shoulders burn! LOL

Yup ericnan, that's my idea of an intense workout regimen too...Let somebody else, break a sweat. haha

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I am a grown man (32 yrs old) and I find this hot ;)

I find it impossible not to chuckle at this.

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Those techniques can pull muscles and cause micro-tears in the muscles that take a lot longer to heal than if he was using the correct techniques. I cringe. Please look at my correct motion and techniques over to the left, in a van, down by the river. But what is most annoying is the guy that is shouting,,,,,who is that, the stanford cardinal weight trainer?

Oh I didn't know you were an elite level physical trainer, chrisfarly.... sometimes form can slip a bit on super sets like Luck was doing, but I didn't see anything terrible. If you were being sarcastic I apologize

If you think he is serious, I'm curious what you think the bold-faced part is supposed to mean.

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At this point I'm not sure that I could lift one of those units once - with both hands. :P

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I am a grown man (32 yrs old) and I find this hot ;)

wow.....not that there is anything wrong with that

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