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- Jul 4, 2011
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It looked like there was more in the tank, but enough to put another 77kg on the bar? They're far from an exact science, but a 1 RM calculator put his at 464kg based on this set.
He's a lovely lifter to watch, he just looks like he was built to deadlift.
Sorry I didn't make it at all clear but he actually did two sets. Which changes it massively, also with a fully completed peak he'll certainly be within touching distance.
Can anyone recommend any YouTube channels please? My primary interest is strongman, but am flexible if the content is good. Since the parting of the ways of Terry Hollands and Kate Errington and Juji and Tom, I'm a bit short of content. I look forward to anything new from Big Loz and Matt Rhodes and watch most things by Brian Shaw, Martins Licis and Barbend, but am not too excited by them.
Meant to reply to this before. What do you like to get out of them? Instructional content, banter, just doing freaky stuff etc?
Olyy gave a pretty good run down of the pro strongmen youtubes but I thought I'd throw out my absolute favourite channel which is Brian Alsruhe's his focus and volume of output has changed recently with his health problems and Covid but he's a beacon of positivity who trains in a really unique way for a strongman even if he is a 105.
Once the videos start getting up in the 15 minute plus range and it's just really training or whatever the creators tend to lose me but on the powerlifting side I've heard Russell Ohri's channel is good but can't say I've really watched it.
Anything with Dave Tate can be fun just for seeing a grumpy old meathead, and he does come out with some good info as well.