There are two types of human beings on planet Earth: Normal people, and people whom you would select if aliens were invading and the entire planet's future was about to be decided in a battle between good and evil.
Trent Williams definitely falls in the second group. The top 10 percent of that group, probably.
The 6-foot-5, 320-pound offensive lineman spends his Sundays swatting away pass rushers like an in-his-prime Mutombo and Mack trucking defenders in the running game, exhibiting his considerable power each time the Redskins have the ball. But since it's the offseason, some may have forgotten how rare of a breed Williams is.
So, for those who need a reminder, here's a video from No. 71's Instagram in which he bangs out five pull-ups with two sizable weights strapped around his waist:
As any regular man or woman can attest, pull-ups are already difficult enough, which makes Williams' decision to add two (what look to be 45-pound) plates to the exercise questionable. What isn't questionable, though, is the four-time Pro Bowler's strength — if those are two 45s, they, along with his body weight, mean he's lugging more than 400 pounds up and down on each rep.
As an aside, how about a round of applause to the handles Williams is gripping and the bar supporting those grips for holding together throughout the whole film? That's a brave piece of equpiment right there.