Larry Wheels Constantly Impressing Us With Crazy Feat Of Strength
In the world of bodybuilding bench press with a massive amount of weight isn’t a priority. But it’s all about building muscle and from time to time increase the weight when you lift, so building strength particularly isn’t an over goal. In Powerlifting community, lifters main goal is to build a maximal strength.
Every time we open our Instagram page, there is another mind-blowing training video from Larry Wheels, from doing crazy squats to deadlifts to bench press. While Larry has no limit into what he pushes, sometimes he leaves other athletes mind scratching is he even from this planet.
Last month Larry shared a jaw-dropping video where he hits a massive 265kg/585 lb incline bench press. This 23-year-old a young powerlifter with incredible genetics accumulated two world powerlifting records in two different weight divisions for the highest total. Back in August, this superhuman strength beast hit some insane 765lbs deadlifts with an insane number of times, the lift was so insane that he even bleed from the face.
Check out Larry’s 500 LB bench press recent video below. We can tell it won’t be long before the next one.
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500×11 bench PR!!!!
What’s even more remarkable by the above PR is that Larry Wheels is currently preparing for a bodybuilding show and most of his training focus is to build himself for that competition. With a goal in mind to becoming the World’s Strongest Bodybuilder, Wheels has been pushing his strength, and aesthetic work goal not limited to just perform like The Hulk, but also manage to look as massive as comic book hero.
As of now, Wheels heaviest bench press came at 675 Lbs.
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