Greg Wise is becoming one of the up and coming 220lb class raw powerlifters. Greg has only been doing full power meets for a little over a year now. He started powerlifting in 2011 with his first bench only meet. He ended up hitting a 402 bench at 207. Later on after this in 2012, Greg competed in his first full power meet where he totaled 1703 in the 220 raw w/ wraps class.
Best lifter Vincent Liszewski (220) from Quads Gym, competed at the WPF worlds and finished the day with a 785lb squat, 585 bench and a 622lb deadlift. His 1992lb total will rank #3 (Sp) on powerlifitng watch (current) lifter rankings. Here is the footage of his 785lb #1 ranked (Sp current) squat.
From etwade- Check out the footage as Konovalov wins the SHW class at IPF Worlds 2013 and sets a world record in the total. Squat - 1,030.5 lbs / 467.5 kgs Bench - 782.5 lbs / 355 kgs Deadlift - 804 lbs / 365 kgs
Tee is rising so fast its hard to keep track of his records!
His squat of 755 ranks him among the best in the world and tops out at number 3 in the Powerlifting Watch lifter rankings! 1835 puts him at number 2!
His lifts were as follows:
From Garret- Full HD vids from meet! Ill post the good and the bad, this is what makes me who I am!! I put in work at the gym for no one but myself and at the end of the day, I have myself to blame when I don't perform to the standard I hold myself 2. Big thanks to all my sponsors The Official Animal Pak page, Iron Rebel Power Gear, and Boad Jared Daigre.
From Jordan Wong- After a very shaky start, I came through on my deadlifts. I ended up pulling a 36 pound meet PR and finished with an 1824 total which was a 22 lb total PR. 705.5 squat, 451.9 bench, and a 666.9 deadlift. I won the 242 open and junior raw division as well as the best overall junior award for $750 thanks to Gary Grissinger.
Check out this footage of Christensen Carl from NORWAY squatting 475kg (1047).
This is a new IPF World record!
It is with great sorrow for me to announce the passing of my Dad, Bill Hartmann, retired L.A.P.D. (Los Angeles Police Department) Lieutenant, former IPF & IPC Category 1 Referee, former USPF Technical Chairman, USPF champion lifter, and past owner of Magnum Fitness Systems (sponsor of Magnum Power Team) in Glendora, CA. Bill, age 82, was residing in Laughlin, NV, when he lost his long battle to kidney disease on November 7, 2013.
In this episode of The Animal Underground, pro powerlifter and newly signed Animal athlete Jay Nera performs "light" front squats, discuss the mechanics and utility of this basic exercise. Jay competes as a 220 lb raw powerlifter. His next meet is RUM 7. For more information and inspiration and to learn from guys like Jay, join the FORVM today at AnimalPak.com.
Titan would like to congratulate the newest member of Team Titan,
Kjell Egil Bakkelund of Norway, for winning the Gold medal at the 2013 IPF Worlds.