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Bench Press of Tiger Woods

A single question for professional golfer like Tiger Woods, “How much can Tiger Woods bench press?” Tiger Woods bench press is reported to be around 300 lbs.

Surprised? Not really if we already know that he has been weight training since he was 21. Every exercise he does is designed to aid his golf game as greatly as possible. And he put on a massive 30 pounds of muscle.

Tigers personal trainer later reveled that actually this was done rarely due to its high risk of injury. Two days after winning the U.S. Open 2008, Woods announced that he would be required to undergo reconstructive anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) surgery on his left knee and would miss the remainder of the 2008 golf season including the final two major championships: The Open Championship, and the PGA Championship.

Woods also revealed that he had been playing for at least 10 months with a torn ligament in his left knee, and sustained a double stress fracture in his left tibia while rehabbing after the surgery he had after the Masters. Publications throughout the world asserted his U.S. Open victory as “epic” and praised his efforts especially after learning of the extent of his knee injury. Woods called it “My greatest ever championship – the best of the 14 because of all the things that have gone on over the past week.