Have you ever seen a powerlifter lift an incredible amount of weight, we’re talking 1,000 lbs, in a viral social media video?
If you have, then the chances are you’ve been fooled by fake weights.
They are a tool some stars are using to trick their audiences into thinking they can lift a crazy amount of weight for personal, and potentially, financial gain.
Fake weights are realistic-looking weights that do not actually contain any weight at all and are much easier to lift than real weights.
In fact, anyone can lift them and make weightlifting look easy, even those with no strength training. They can be very deceptive when used in an inappropriate manner.
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