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Deadlift world champion and former World's Strongest Man Eddie Hall stars alongside other all-time great strongmen, including 5 times World's Strongest Man Brian Shaw, in a new history series which recreates legendary feats of strength from the past.  Alongside Eddie and Brian star Nick Best – former world champion powerlifter and current shield carry world record holder, and Robert Oberst – 2 times World's Strongest Man finalist. The series sees these 4 giants travel across the world recreating, and beating, historical strength records from the recent past – including a 1224kg carousel lift set by grandfather of strength sports Paul...

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  View this post on Instagram You can light a unity candle, pour sand in a glass, or do a deadlift. Huge advocate of doing your wedding your own way - Saturday w/ Wek and Lisa was stellar 💥💕. @tallandsmallevents @purslanecatering @empanadamn A post shared by Eileen Meny (@eileenmenyphoto) on Oct 1, 2019 at 5:18pm PDT   A Brooklyn couple tied the knot in September and celebrated the special day in a very unique way – a two-woman deadlift. Soon after saying their vows newlyweds Zenna Hernandez, 27, and Lisa Yang, 28, loaded the barbell with bumpers, ditched their shoes,...

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Australian bodybuilder and 2015 Mr Universe winner Calum Von Moger has announced on Youtube his intent to return to professional bodybuilding after being out of the game for several years due to injuries including a torn bicep and torn patella.  Von Moger shot to fame in the mid-2010s after winning a string of amateur bodybuilding titles, and ultimately the WFF Pro Mr Universe title in 2015.   With his combination of charm, movie star looks, and classic aesthetics Calum became a household name in fitness, amassing a huge social media following well beyond hardcore bodybuilding circles, and even attracting the attention of Hollywood.   In 2017 he played Arnold Swarzenneger himself in Bigger, a biopic of Joe...

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[VIDEO] Larry Wheels injures ankle on 920lb squat attempt   But says he'll still be competing next month  Champion powerlifter and bodybuilder Larry 'Wheels' Williams suffered a setback in training this week, injuring his ankle during a 920lb squat attempt. This would have been a huge PR for Wheels, and would match the current super heavyweight squat world record held by Ray Williams (no relation).  Watch the terrifying moment below   Larry Wheels 920lb squat attempt  View this post on Instagram Larry Wheels with another painful injury! - Podcast up, link in bio! Powerlifting content daily! #KOTL #KingOfTheLifts - Checkout our sponsors @fusionmuscle...

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