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I believe they can especially if they brace. I'd have to test it with my wife when she comes home, but I think she can manage it with me. I'm 175lbs while she's around 130lbs. She can carry me piggyback and in bridal position.
We don't have a huge height difference between us though. She's 5'5 and 5'7. I don't know how much that factors in if she guy is much taller.
[...] She's 5'5 and [I am] 5'7. [...]
Please try it, like any ramp or rail, is be interested to hear the official result. But she also has to be of normal build, she can't have strong muscles. Needs to be of average muscle mass because I'm sure a girl with muscle could do it
I actually gave it a try (though barefoot with the wife against the wall) and she was able to at least carry me and lift me a tiny bit, although she was struggling. :-D She is kind of strong though from pole-dancing (not stripping!) and ballet and yoga, but not so much muscle (more toned than big muscle).
Thanks man! I'm starting to see a pattern that it's possible from other people too
In general, I think women can be quite a bit stronger than we might initially expect when it comes to lifting the human body with a lot of freedom over their form and what sort of muscles they engage in the process. It's like my wife struggles to open pickle jars (not much grip strength) and I doubt she could pull impressive numbers with benchpress, deadlift, overhead press, etc, but she can lift me off my feet quite easily. I think lifting the human body is also more forgiving since it's a "live weight" as opposed to a "dead weight", allowing a lot of freedom in terms of how the load is distributed on the person lifting it.
I mean, logically the answer is no.
That's what I thought but others are saying differently :(
Logic is lacking these days.
Depends on the size of the guy and the girl. I can definitely lift my boyfriend and he weighs around 200lbs.
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I think it depends on her muscle strength and body frame. As small as I am I also lifted weights when I was a child. So I have some strength to lift up anybody who obviously isn't too fat or overweight. But the main factor is doing it safely. And most people oftentimes don't know how to do that.
Never tried, but, it's likely that I could.I lift weights regularly !!!
I don't think I could, but I'm kind of small. If he was only a little bigger than me and I was leaning against something maybe I could.
I'd hope so you don't have to be that strong to do that. Since that person is spring off the other foot he already has upward momentum so you really aren't even lifting his full weight.
I doubt it since the average girl in US/Canada is not that fit. That said I do think any healthy woman could get something like a 225lb deadlift after some training naturally
Oh yeah there's a few women i know who can that and bench press me. 😍😎
Damn good question lol
I thought so, they did it in a video game sequence and I wondered if it was possible "physic"ally according to physics, it makes me wonder if doing it that way can make the load lighter than normal...
I wish I was good at math lol
In the position posed in the picture, I think so
I can and I have during training. 🌸💜🌸
I probably can't but normal people can
I believe so some girls are stronger than guys
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