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Zydrunas Trains Deads


#1

This guy needs to get back into powerlifting.


#2

Dear lord. That is monstrous.


#3

Sweet Jesus. The way the camera shakes when he drops it… and the spring collar popping off… oh god that makes me want to deadlift.


#4

My god thats sick. hey the last set is done with a suit or something? 'cause if its raw i think its a world record because konstantinov got the record with a 426 kilo deadlift.


#5

and also these plates are smaller in my opinion, so its basically deficit DL…


#6

holy fuck. i wonder what he squats


#7

cant be a record cause he’s using straps


#8

[quote]Cronus wrote:
cant be a record cause he’s using straps[/quote]

Really? I thought the fact he was lifting in a gym rather than at a sanctioned meet may have caused more of a problem.


#9

That registered about 7.5 on the Richter Scale.

TNT


#10

[quote]T3hPwnisher wrote:

[quote]Cronus wrote:
cant be a record cause he’s using straps[/quote]

Really? I thought the fact he was lifting in a gym rather than at a sanctioned meet may have caused more of a problem.[/quote]

Funny thing is, he’s training for a lift (arnold hummer deadlift) that DOES allow straps, so if he DOES set a record, it’ll be with straps.


#11

The guys in the background walking around were just searching for any remaining 45’s… holy shit


#12

[quote]FrancoBLS wrote:
My god thats sick. hey the last set is done with a suit or something? 'cause if its raw i think its a world record because konstantinov got the record with a 426 kilo deadlift.[/quote]

1. 1008.6 (457.5) *2.90X SHW Andy Bolton (Great Britain/70) 4/5/09 (457.5 kg. @ 157.6 kg. Only man to deadlift over 1000 pounds.) (Eton, England) (WPC)

2. 970.0 (440.0) *2.78X SHW Benedikt Magnusson (Iceland/84) 11/6/05 (440.0 kg. @ 158.5 kg.) (Helsinki, Finland) (WPO)

3. 948.0 (430.0) *3.45X 275 (125) Konstantin Konstantinovs (Latvia/79) 4/2/06 (430.0 kg. @ 124.8 kg.) (Riga, Latvia) (IPF)

4. 939.2 (426.0) *3.33X 308 (140) Konstantin Konstantinovs (Latvia/79) 7/4/09 (426.0 kg. @ 127.9 kg., without a belt.) (Dobele, Latvia) (AWPC)

5. 931.5 (422.5) *2.54X SHW Garry Frank (US/64) 11/9/02 (422.5 kg. @ 166.05 kg.) (New Orleans, Louisiana) (WPO)

6. 927.0 (420.5) *2.91X SHW Tibor Meszaros (Hungary/67) 11/27/04 (420.5 kg. @ 144.55 kg., without a belt) (Trnava, Slovakia) (GPC)

7. 925.0 (419.6) *2.58X SHW Gary Heisey (US/57) 3/15/92 (925.0 lb. @ 358.0 lb.) (Lancaster, Pennsylvania) (APA/WPA)

8. 925.0 (419.6) *2.75X SHW Vladislav Alhazov (Israel/77) 1/20/08 (925.0 lb. @ 152.7 kg.) (Columbus, Ohio) (IPA)

9. 909.4 (412.5) *3.17X 308 (140) Maxim Podtynny (Russia/72) 12/10/01 (412.5 kg. @ 130.0 kg. Heaviest sumo deadlift of all time.) (Nyagan, Russia) (IPF)

10. 904.0 (410.0) 3.28X 275 (125) Dan Wohleber (US/61) 12/12/82 (900.0 lb. @ 268.0 lb., which later weighed out at 904.0 lb. First man to deadlift 900 pounds.) (Sandusky, Ohio) (NSM)

11. 903.9 (410.0) *2.96X 308 (140) Doyle Kenady (US/48-99) 4/6/86 (410.0 kg. @ 305.0 lb.) (Honolulu, Hawaii) (USPF/APF/WPC)

12. 903.9 (410.0) *2.23X SHW Marc Henry (US/71) 7/16/95 (410.0 kg. @ 405.8 lb.) (Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania) (ADFPA/WDFPF)

13. 901.7 (409.0) *4.10X 220 (100) Ed Coan (US/63) 7/28/91 (407.5 kg. @ 99.8 kg., with the actual value of the overweight plates being 409.0 kg.) (Dallas, Texas) (USPF)

14. 900.0 (408.2) *2.96X 308 (140) Chuck Fought (US/85) 1/18/09 (900.0 lb. @ 304.5 lb.) (Columbus, Ohio) (IPA)

#13

[quote]huz wrote:
The guys in the background walking around were just searching for any remaining 45’s… holy shit[/quote]

Hahahaha!! I could see myself walking around thinking WTF?!?!


#14

those plates are 25kg… so its 16x25kg+2x5kg+20kg bar i assume


#15

[quote]Cronus wrote:
holy fuck. i wonder what he squats[/quote]
I’ve heard 440kg (970lbs).