Wout Zijlstra posted a while ago on his facebook page a Milo article about his training and diet for WSM and Highland Games.
(In the off season he does 5 sets of 6 for everything except the high pulls, where he does 5 sets of 3 and goes down to singles in the summer)
Monday: upper body
-Bench press (150 kg x6)
-Incline bench press (150 kg x6, 180kg x1)
-Seated Military press (120 kg x6)
-Barbell curl (70kg x6)
Tuesday: lower body
-Back squat (200 kg x6)
-Weight for height x5
-Stone put x10
-Weight for distance x10
-Hammer Throw x10
-Farmers Walk or Hercules Hold
-Front squat (250 kg)
Saturday: events and deadlift
-Same events as wednesday
-Deadlift (300 kg x6)
He became third in WSM 1998 and held the 56 lb Weight for Height world record for some time, 5.65m (he says the high pulls and front squat help him a lot for this event)
He is 6 feet 5 1/2 (1.97m) and weighs around 290lb (130 kg)
He eats lots of beef and potatoes and drinks three litres of milk a day.
When he was 22 he entered his first strongman competition wheighing 110 kg and did 120 kg on the loglift with no training.
What do you think about his training? Any thoughts?