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Average Joe? Get Ripped Like This Guy

Source: OLYMPIC JOURNEY Want to do Olympic lifts like Crews does? To learn moves like this barbell snatch, practice with a PVC pipe or empty bar. Before you add any weight, work on perfecting your form.

Eight years before he had the chiseled physique you see now, Andre Crews was like most guys: an average Joe who wanted more out of life and his body. By day he was a banker poring over financials at PNC’s Pittsburgh headquarters, and by night he was a party animal with a taste for Jameson Irish whiskey. Here and there he’d squeeze in a workout or a run, but his body—at 200 pounds, the same weight he is now—was

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