365 Strong Powerlifting Federation "No Place for Racism..."

Tue, 06/09/2020 - 22:56 -- admin
Recently posted by Bill Clary

An excerpt from his post, to read the rest please follow the 365 Strong link provided:

"I’m deeply upset by the senseless loss of George Floyd as well as the hateful reaction it caused in the death of retired St. Louis police officer David Dorn. I know we stand as one to offer both families our thoughts and prayers.
My prayers also go out to the many that suffered loss…no matter if it’s a loss of life, business, home or property.


Micah Marino Hitting 545x3

Sat, 05/09/2020 - 22:34 -- admin
Micah showing great progress after years of pain! #platformready
5 years of pain and surgeries and I’m here taken 545x3 for sets which is a life time PR IN SLEEVES!!! @jasonmanenkoff165 holds me to a high standards n I’m just doing the work! Looking forward to what we do at the @kernusopen. My team pushing me. @steff_eff15 @michael.stlaurent @maxdexjr @leanowe #181boys #fightorquit


John Inzer's Historical 780 Deadlift at 165!

Mon, 04/20/2020 - 22:09 -- admin
One of the most influential lifters in the history of powerlifting! John Inzer brought the bench shirt into main stream powerlifting and sponsored some of the biggest meets as well! Inzer Advance Designs is one of the most successful powerlifting gear manufacturers in history, on top of that John himself was a world class lifter and all time world record holder. As you will see in this video, his 780 deadlift practically looked like an opener!
Josef Eriksson brings this classic footage via Youtube


Hideaki Inaba Classic Footage

Mon, 04/13/2020 - 01:11 -- admin
Hideaki Inaba one of the greatest lifters of all time won the IPF worlds a record 17 times and many IPF Masters titles as well. Here he is shown squatting 529 lbs at 114! He is also shown pulling 507. He was the very first lifter to squat 4 times bodyweight by doing a 462 at 114 in the 1970's and maintained his strength well in to his 50's squatting and pulling over 500 lbs at that diminutive body weight!


Larry Wheels pulling 725 for 12!

Sat, 04/04/2020 - 20:43 -- admin
Watch Larry pull 725 for 12 reps! Larry has set many records in powerlifting and recently did a 2370 total which was .1 of a lb higher than the existing world record held be Eric Lilliebridge at 2369.9. It did not count as a world record due to the fact that a record must be broken by 1 lb or .5 kg to officially break the record. A rule in every federation since the beginning of powerlifting. Never the less, he seems very capable of hitting possibly 2,400!


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