430 squat. 303 bench. 518 deadlift. All coming from 220lbs of 71-year aged prime beef cake. Rudy Kadlub would kick your ass, and then he'd make you watch as he kicks your dad's ass, and then make him watch as he kicks your grandpa's ass.
To be fair, I really don't see why anyone would need to deadlift once you are done playing competitive sports. If you're deadlifting at your local LA Fitness and you don't have any sort of competition you're training for, you're a psychopath. Nobody deadlifts just for the hell of it, so I'll give everybody a pass here on getting their dicks kicked in by Rude Rudy on the deadlift.
As for squats? Well c'mon, man. Nobody is out here trying to blow out their knees. Toss 2 plates on there and call it a day. Maybe throw on an extra 25 if you're feeling frisky. But anything more than that, just use the leg press machine. No need to be a try hard in the squat rack giving yourself a hernia trying to rep 315. So I'll give everybody a pass here on getting their dicks kicked in by Rude Rudy on the squats.
And the bench? Well eventually you start to realize that it's much better to go for reps over weight. It's all about toning. Would you rather rep 303 once, or do you want to get a 4x12 of 185 in? You just want to look good enough to pop that top off on the beach, you don't need to look like the Hulk. Reps over weight. So I'll give everybody a pass here on getting their dicks kicked in by Rude Rudy on the bench.
Rudy is just built different, I suppose. Buddy grew up in an era where you'd have a coffee for breakfast, a pack of smokes for lunch, and then a T-bone steak for dinner. There's no meal prep plan or supplements you can take to make up for that. So don't let Rudy get you down for being a little beta in the gym. You just keep crushing your 30 minutes on the elliptical.