I spend a bit of my time in the gym, trying to stay somewhat (ever-so-slightly, to be honest) in shape. There is no way I could leg press 1000lbs, never mind 2000lbs. But Pat Robertson, who is on his 70’s, apparently claims to be able to leg press 2000lbs!.
“How could this be possible?”, I hear you asking. Well, there’s only really one way; one would have to drink Pat’s “age-defying protein shake”.
Now, I can tell that all you good skeptics out there are wondering why you should trust this claim; to which I feel compelled to respond that Pat is one of God’s true messengers on Earth, and you should avoid displaying the temerity required to question his muscle-building formula. If you needed more reassurance, you might want to flip to another web page before reading his divine disclaimer
Disclaimer: Consult with your physician before starting this or any new health regimen or supplement program, especially if you have allergies to any of the listed or related products, or are under the care of a physician or other medical professional, or have any other health problems. No specific health benefit is implied or promised from this recipe.
You see, according to the man who could speak with authority about the reasons that New Orleans was devastated, you really should get modern science to sign off on you partaking of his divine health products.
But despair not; all you need is the ability to mentally image your legs kicking a gay man in the face, and you too could leg press 2000lbs.
It is now official (if it wasn’t before); Pat Robertson is nuts.