Larry Wheels is known for his incredible strength and has made a considerable impact competing as a powerlifter, strongman, bodybuilder, and arm-wrestler. Wheels recently took to social media and made fans aware of his new OnlyFans page.
Recognized in the fitness community for his willingness to train with anyone, Larry Wheels’ eclectic approach to exercise is unlike most. He is currently preparing for a strongman competition but made his presence known in arm-wrestling as of late. Larry held his own after entering the new sport, though he was ultimately outmatched in some competitive arm-wrestling affairs. He came up short in back-to-back losses to Aleksandr “Schoolboy” Toproll. Then, Larry was unable to capture a victory in his next match against Brandon Allen despite winning the first two rounds.
After an unsuccessful stint in arm-wrestling, Larry has redirected his focus on strongman. Wheels plans to compete at the upcoming 2022 Middle East’s Strongest Man, expected to take place on Aug. 27-28, in Dubai. The powerlifting star intends to set a deadlift personal record (PR) this August and has been training accordingly. In preparation for the show, Larry hit a 425-kg (937-lbs) deadlift. Earlier this week, Larry continued to improve, as he locked out a 708.1-lb deadlift for a staggering 27 reps. Looking to embark on a new journey, Larry created an OnlyFans page to keep his following up to date on his recent activities.
Larry Wheels’ Rise to Fitness Influencer
In a post made on Instagram stories, Larry Wheels revealed his new OnlyFans page.
“Exclusive content link in bio” Larry Wheels shared.
Larry has gained notoriety on Instagram with over 3.3 million followers. Wheels put his OnlyFans link in the bio of his social media profile next to a supplement page, a clothing website, and a Boohooman activewear website. According to Larry’s page, subscribers have the option to sign up for $20 per month or purchase a bundle, ($51 for three months or $180 for an entire year).
Larry is the latest strength sports athlete to use influencing platforms to generate wealth. Similar to influencers before him, Wheels is using this page as a way to communicate with millions of fans on a deeper level. Larry is an open book and that is part of the reason he’s accrued such a large following.
A growing number of deaths have affected the sport of bodybuilding, which has left Larry ‘worried‘, prompting him to seek medical assistance to ensure he’s in good health. Despite using PEDs for the past several years, Larry was happy to discover that his heart is normal and healthy.
XPC Arnold was Wheels’ last sanctioned powerlifting meet as of 2020. In the same event, he scored his competition best as seen below:
- 394.6 kilograms (869.9 pounds) — Squat
- 1,075 kilograms (2,370 pounds) — Career-best total
- 292.5 Kilograms (645 pounds) — All-time world record raw bench press
It was his intention to participate in the Revolution Powerlifting Syndicate (RPS) Long Island Insurextion on Sept. 11, 2021, but he got hurt during a training squat that was about 900 pounds.
As one of the biggest names in powerlifting, Larry has already made a huge impact on the sport as he looks to his next season of strongman. Further fueling his massive social media presence, Larry is the latest strength sports athlete to utilize OnlyFans as a way to generate income on the side.