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Vegan Strongman BLASTS Joe Rogan After Being Insulted In Podcast

Baboumian was born on 1 July 1979 in Abadan, the son of Armenian parents. He emigrated to Germany with his mother and grandmother at the age of seven. By the age of nine, he had developed an interest in weight training, which led him to pursue bodybuilding.

In 1999, Baboumian won the IFBB German Junior Bodybuilding Championship, and in 2002 he became the Overall Junior Champion at the Gießen Campions-Cup. Baboumian held the world log lift record in the 105k category (165 kg), as well as the German heavyweight loglift record (180 kg) and the title of “Strongest Man of Germany” (105 kg division). Since 2006, he has been competing at IFSA Strongman events. In 2007, Baboumian competed at the FSA -105 kg World Championships and ended up in 14th place.

Baboumian lifted 162.5 kg in his second attempt in the German log lift nationals 2009. The next year, he set a new German heavyweight log lifting record with 180 kg. In 2011, Baboumian competed at the loglifting world championship and placed 4th with a new German overall record of 185 kg. On 21 May 2011, he lifted 190 kg in Finland, winning the local competition. He also won the title of “Germany’s Strongest Man” in 2011 by winning the open division at the German strongman nationals. On September 20, 2015, Baboumian beat his own record by completing the yoke walk with 560 kg in Germany

Baboumian has been a vegetarian since 2005 and became a vegan in 2011. In November 2011, he became the new face of a campaign by the animal rights organization PETA, advocating a vegan diet
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Baboumian, presented with the following measures:

Height: 1.71m
Bodyweight: 116 kg
Biceps: 50 cm
Bench: 215 kg
Squat: 370 kg
Deadlift: 360 kg

ACCOMPLISHMENTS:
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1999 int. German Champion Jun. Bodybuilding-IFBB
2009 German Team-Champion Strongman-GFSA
2009 German Champion log lift -GFSA
2009 Record log lift -105 kg (165 kg)
2010 German Champion log lift -GFSA
2010 German record in log lift +105 kg (180 kg)
2011 Germany’s Strongest Man
2011 German record in loglifting +105 kg (185 kg)
2011 German record in beer keg lifting (13 reps)
2012 Guiness record beer keg lifting (150,2 kg)
2012 Guiness record Front Hold 20 kg (1:26,14 Minutes)
2013 World record yoke-walk, 550,2 kg over 10 m in Toronto
2015 World record yoke-walk, 560 kg in 28 seconds

(Source: WikiPedia)
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LEARN ABOUT VEGANISM
★ Cowspiracy ➞ https://youtu.be/nV04zyfLyN4
★ NutritionFacts.Org ➞ https://goo.gl/BdNbiU
★ Veganuary ➞ http://www.veganuary.com/

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How To Turn People Vegan In 2019

We’re going to talk about how you can improve your success rate of turning people vegan. In order to do accomplish this, we first need to talk about the psychology and biology behind change.

Change happens in the brains. You have countless neurons in your brains that receive information, but also transmit information. The incoming stream of information changes the way your brain works. This is called neuroplasticity. But change also happens via a psychological way. Watch the video to find out how!

This video provides practical tips that are focused on providing value to the other person and showing different perspectives.
Understanding different perspectives will allow to have nice conversations and being convincing without forcing anyone to anything.
This video will help you to make it a LOT easier!

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Jaden Smith Opens Free Vegan Fod Truck To Feed Homeless People With Free Meals

Will and Jada Pinkett Smith did a damn good job raising those children of theirs, and their kiddos are proving that more and more every single day. Over the weekend, Jaden took to Instagram to introduce his brand new I Love You restaurant. According to his caption, the purpose of this pop-up food truck is to give “people what they deserve” by offering homeless people in Los Angeles free vegan meals. Smith set up shop in Los Angeles’ Skid Row district, which contains one of the largest stable populations of homeless people in the United States. Earlier in 2019, Smith announced that he will help Flint’s water crisis by using some of the profits generated by his JUST Water company to install filtration systems around the city in an effort to purify their contaminated water.

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Toward Rational, Authentic Food Choices | Melanie Joy | TEDxMünchen

Melanie Joy on Carnism and other food choices.

Melanie Joy, Ph.D., Ed.M. is a Harvard-educated psychologist, professor of psychology and sociology at the University of Massachusetts, Boston, a noted speaker, and the author of “Why We Love Dogs, Eat Pigs, and Wear Cows.” Melanie is a recipient of the Institute of Jainology’s Ahimsa Award. Her work has been featured by numerous media outlets including the BBC, Germany’s ARD, ABC Australia, the New York Times and Spiegel Online. Melanie has given her carnism presentation on five continents. She is also the founder and president of the organization Beyond Carnism (formerly Carnism Awareness & Action Network) and the project Karnismus erkennen (German-speaking countries).

This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community.