11. Bruce Wayne Lifts A Log (Batman Begins)
Comparatively, of course, this is quite a poor feat - but when you bear in mind that Bruce Wayne is completely human and, in this instance, was hardly in the best condition, it's a very impressive feat. At Bruce Wayne's birthday celebration at Wayne Manor, he is confronted by Ducard, who reveals himself to be the real Ra's al Ghul. Pretending to be drunk and rude, Bruce kicks his guests out to save them from the inevitable trouble, leaving him alone with Ra's and his henchmen. Ra's then reveals the League's plan to destroy Gotham City by vaporising the city's fear toxin-riddled water supply, making it airborne and creating mass hysteria and violence. The League sets fire to the mansion, then leaves, and a heavy wooden beam falls on Bruce. Unconscious, he is found by Alfred who cannot even budge the wooden beam. Alfred says "what is the point of all those push-ups if you can't lift a bloody log?" prompting Bruce to find the strength to lift it off himself so they can escape the burning mansion.