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A: A recent report from the Physicians Health Study showed that men who lifted
weights at least 30 minutes a week had a reduced risk of heart disease.
As a rehearsal, one of the empty cradles was lifted
to the ship to ensure the final, heavier load would clear several vent shaft pipes lining the deck.
Bremler, a 6-foot, 280-pound defensive lineman, lifted
275 pounds on the power clean and squatted 515.
Lift left arm and right leg higher (toward the ceiling) and lower to original lifted
A partner who knows how to be lifted
can become so much lighter than someone less experienced.
When the arm on the lead-leg side swings back, the lead leg is lifted
After all, the residents felt comfortable being lifted
and transferred by those whom they had always trusted--the nurses and nurse aides in the home.
Haworth has lifted
264 pounds in the snatch and 319 in the clean and jerk--the two types of Olympic lifting.
When the motor has lifted
the scooter into the top position, there can be 325 lb.
It all depends on the type of vehicle being lifted
and the type of service being done.
Your opposite hand and leg should be lifted