Kinda a tweener if you ask me. Too slow to play D-1 at linebacker which is what your size indicates, but not strong enough to play linebacker. Most linebackers can press 225 at least 15 times. You can get better at that though. Most linebackers can at least run a 4.6-4.7, but that is generally too slow in the Big Six automatic qualifier conferences. Most all linemen can run as fast or faster than 4.9 in D-1 at 275+ lbs. I would certainly concentrate on getting faster. Fullback may be a good option or even tight end. If you try out and are good enough, coaches will put you where your best chance of success is.
Actually, a tight-end in college should be 6'3-6'5 tall and 230-250 pounds. Height is important in college football because tight-ends have to block as-well as catch.
225lbs 10 times
yes that is very good.....
It is equal to 102.1 kilograms approximately. Kilogram is the metric unit and pound is the imperial unit for mass. 1 Kilogram is 2.204 pounds. So we multiply pound by 0.4535 to get the equivalent kilograms.
Nope! But she wants one....has to be tall 6'3 minimum, built 225lbs minimum, athletic, smart, Christian, very chivalrous! Actually....i recently heard she is with some football player who is captain on the team at the Air Force.
Bench reps are measured 185lbs. x to failure for skill positions and 225lbs. x to failure for linemaen and linebackers. Max. Bench is 1 rep your maximum weight for a typical Bench press.
1.90 m. In the Superman 1 movie he is 6'4" 225lbs or so he says during the interview with Lois Lane.
At the NFL Combine, Warren Sapp completed 17 reps of 225 pounds.
It will be fine for you to ride physically. Its just that the taller you are, the more cramped your legs get because you want them straight as possible
It usually varries from 200-225lbs, depending on the source. The source is an interview of Superman by Lois Lane. When asked, Superman says, "between two and two twentyfive". See link below.
Yamaha YZ 450 F for Track or WR 450 F for Enduro. I am of similar size and I have the mass to throw the bike around quite easily.