In March, strongman Martin Tye made headlines and history when he deadlifted 501kg for a seated deadlift world record at the 2019 Arnold Sports Festival. Now, just two months later he’s making headlines again after deadlifting
What have four of the world’s best strongmen been up to this week? Just you know, what any average strongman would do with seven weeks to go until the World’s Strongest Man competition:
As a six-foot-eight, 415-ish pounds, and an athletic career that demands he function at the peak of human performance, Brian Shaw needs a lot of food. A lot of food. His always entertaining
To the uninitiated, the title of this article may lead you to believe that this is one in the same. I will make the argument in this article that they are not and
An Elephant Bar deadlift world record heard around the world. Few events this year have had as much hype built around them as the Elephant Bar Deadlift at the 2019 Arnold Strongman Classic.
He’s big, strong, and still young enough to keep the field on its toes for years to come. After an incredible 2018 strongman season — in which he won every contest he entered —
For many years the question in the world of lifting was: who would be the first man to deadlift 500 kg (1,102 pounds)? In 2016, Eddie Hall became the answer to that question.
Rogue Fitness announced that they are putting up $50,000 to any competitors who can deadlift 500.5kg or more at the upcoming Arnold Strongman Classic. This is a clear aim at Eddie Hall’s July
Strength fans, we are officially under two weeks out from the 2019 Arnold Sports Festival — more specifically — the Arnold Strongman Classic. This event is lining up to be truly epic, and
Let’s call it what it is, but as a society we’re pretty fascinated with the lives of some of the largest strongman and powerlifting athletes. I mean how can we not? It’s oddly