The 2020 Arnold Classic as part of the Sports Festival has seen many incredible performances in the strength sports divisions. One of those was from Jamal Browner who recently pulled some ridiculous weight in the form of 1003lbs on the Mammoth bar which he explained is much more difficult than a standard deadlift bar.
“1003×1 on the mammoth bar 🥵 way harder than a regular deadlift bar. 😅“
Check it out here…
Browner is an all-time total and deadlift world record holder at 242lbs and he has pulled 1,000+ pounds on a standard deadlift bar before. So he can move some serious weight no doubt and even more impressive is he’s 25 years old.
Browner recently had his best meet yet (ATWR performances)…
Afterward, he wrote…
“Meet recap best lifts:
Squat 3/3: 325/337.5/350kg (716/744/771.6 lbs)
Bench 1/3: 195🔴/207.5/217.5kg🔴 (429/457.45/479 lbs)
Deadlift 4/4: 395/425/432.5/440.5kg (870/925/953.4/971.5 lbs) *2nd & 3rd attempt shown*
Total: 990kg (2182.576 lbs) @108.6 kg BW
*4th deadlift attempt doesn’t count toward total*
Greatest meet of my life thus far! I was able to break the ATWR 242 raw total record with my 3rd deadlift and the ATWR deadlift with my 4th deadlift attempt (previous post).
Thank you everyone who helped me today and throughout this prep. Too many names to tag but you know who you are!!“
That’s pretty impressive and we’re sure there’ll be much more to come for Jamal Browner.