Video Of Vladislav Alhazov's 1,250 LB Record Squat

Create: 01/22/2008 - 08:19
Here's video of Vladislav Alhazov's, shw, 1,250 pound all-time record squat from Sunday's IPA Columbus Pro-Am held in Columbus, Ohio. Also included is video of his 925 pound deadlift. Alhazov also benched 630 pounds for a 2,805 pound total. 925 pound deadlift:

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Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
The deepest big multiply squat ever!!!! If this is what the IPA now requires they have a chance at becoming the number 1 multi fed AND bringing the pl together through by the rules judging.

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
INSANE

Submitted by jeroen (not verified) on
awesome lifting. I remember his training vids. Are there any videos of Donnie his lifts? Respect from Holland.

Submitted by smokinhawk (not verified) on
wow that was pretty deep squat as well, looks like he broke parrellel and that pull flew up like he had another 50 pounds or more.

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
No doubt he is strong. We need to get rid of the Canvass squat suit. I have never seen anyone hit legal depth in a canvas suit. At best he was parrellel.

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
[quote=Anonymous]No doubt he is strong. We need to get rid of the Canvass squat suit. I have never seen anyone hit legal depth in a canvas suit. At best he was parrellel.[/quote] Look up Sam Byrd, Brent Miskell, Gene R and of course the vid above, all break parallel in canvas suits. I won't even start on all the female lifters that have, Just a stupid troll statement.

Submitted by Tim Harold (not verified) on
Congratulations to Vlad. All his lifts were very clean and very strong. Getting a squat passed period in that meet was an acheivement let alone the biggest squat ever! the squat was great but his deadlift impressed me the most, it was so fast and he has come a long way since he was here with us in columbus. i hope he gets to come back and train more with us. Big Tim

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
Great squat!!!! I thought when he dipped down that last few inches to get depth he was going to get crushed, but he popped back up. The camera work was awful as he began his ascent, it looked like there was an earthquake or the camera guy was running from a burning building.

Submitted by Carl on
Holy shitski ! I see maybe 1300 & maybe 975 in the dead. He gets his bench up, not only will he have the highest total, he'll put it outta reach. That dead was just wicked. Was he laughing as he was pulling it ?....lol

Submitted by Aaron Hoff (not verified) on
My hat is definately off to Vlad. Anybody who was at that meet knows that the judges were very strict the entire course of the meet.Pulling off a squat like that w/ those judges was simply incredible.

Submitted by Roy Lamont on
Can't argue about that depth and the deadlift was incredible! If the IPA could start expanding and moving out west and not encounter the problems the WPO has, the IPA PRO meets will be the big dogs in the multi-ply field! I'm sure the WPO is dead after what happened with the Fit Expo! Great lifting Vlad!

Submitted by Myles Kantor on
Damn that deadlift was fast. Vlad's lower back must be made of steel to handle that lockout.

Submitted by Putt Houston on
WOW!!! That depth was legit! Putt Houston.... now with more Bom Chicka Wahwahhhhhh

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Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
If it gets posted, then it's up for analysis. There is no way that squat is white light squat in another federation. But it is still very impressive. The deadlift, that was impressive, too. But I have done that little "leanback" thing he does at the top, and found most judges don't like it. And, they redlight the lift. But, it is still great to see that weight come off the floor. Hats off to the lad.

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
[quote=Anonymous]The deadlift, that was impressive, too. But I have done that little "leanback" thing he does at the top, and found most judges don't like it. [/quote] Typically what happens with the "leanback" is the lifter unlocks his/her knees, usually getting reds from the judges.

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
I noticed this on the video also. If this is in the rules (and who knows) the knees should be locked. In the video they appear not to be.

Submitted by j kolb (not verified) on
Knees not locked on beginning and depth was hard to tell from the angle.

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
Top ten strongest man on the planet . Those were convincing lifts. His squat was low and that deadlift looked easy for him. I like the fact his deadlift isn't disproportionate with his squat. His squat is big because he's genuinely strong, not because of his suit. So many supers have this big squat with a little deadlift. God Bless.