The most strongest people in the world and their strengths
Some people are content with being strong enough to carry heavy moving boxes but not Brian. he could probably lift the heavy moving boxes and the vehicle they’re in. Brian Shaw is an American pro strongman competitor. he won the world’s strongest man competition at least four times and took out the Arnold strongman classic and the world’s strongest man competition in the same year.
The first man to do so. so, as you can imagine he’s no small fry. Brian measures 6 feet 8 inches tall and weighs between 385 pounds and 440 pounds.
While he used to excel in basketball, he noticed that he was hooked on weights in the training room. he wanted to be able to lift the biggest tire the heaviest stone and that became more of his passion than basketball. he started his new career in 2005 by entering and winning the 2005 Denver strongest man competition. he didn’t even have any formal training. however, he joined the pro ranks the following year and his win started to add up. and he’s still going strong.
In 2020 he placed fifth in the world’s strongest man competition and hosted the Shaw classic competition in that same year. organizing and paying for much of it himself.
If there’s one person, you’d want to call upon to help with moving house. it’s Mateusz Kieliszkowski. this polish strongman competitor has made a name for himself by being able to lift heavy things. after all, you don’t get a name like a polish titan and the terminator for nothing.
Mateusz was interested in strength sports as far back as high school before eventually turning his attention to strongman competitions/ he entered his first one at age 17 that a friend had organized and that gave him a taste of what was to come.
He ended up winning the 2014 Arnold amateur competition before placing third in the professional 2015 Arnold classic. this 6 foot 5-inch 330-pound man is definitely not someone you’d want to mess with.
Mateusz can deadlift 926 pounds with straps and suit blog lift 472 pounds and perform a car walk of 990 pounds in just 10 seconds the world record. he also has the world record for an 880-pound frame carry up a 35-foot ramp in seven seconds.
With an achievement list longer than most people’s shopping list it’s clear to see that Eddie Hall has a few unique talents. while he mainly helps others achieve their fitness goals now. Eddie is a British former pro strong man with so many impressive records to boast about. he has won the UK’s strongest man in England’s strongest band competitions many times.
And he won the world’s strongest man competition in 2017. Eddie also holds the official deadlift world record under 2016 rules by pulling 1102 pounds.
Surprisingly Eddie’s future once looked much different. he was a successful competitive swimmer as a teen but was expelled from school at age 15. he received in-home tutoring but then started working as a mechanic.
Before long Eddie was training and competing as a bodybuilder before making his way into the strongman circuit. thanks to some unexpected circumstances he was able to replace an injured competitor in a strong man competition and ended up making it to the finals and winning. from that point on the accolades just piled up. he earned world records in silver dollar deadlifts, deadlifts with straps and suits, and CrossFit Isabel. more recently Eddie has also appeared in films and tv shows.
To say mark Felix is dedicated is an understatement. he might not have as many wins under his belt as some other athletes but he has undoubtedly qualified and placed more times than we can count. mark is a Grenadian English strongman competitor. he regularly enters the world’s strongest man competition and is also a keen participant and winner of competitions like rolling thunder world championships and vice grip Viking challenge.
Unlike many competitors who had strength competitions relatively young mark was quite late to the scene. he was already a bodybuilder but he didn’t get into strongman competitions until 2003 at 37 years old. he turned pro the following year. by 2004 he had placed third in England’s strongest man competition then second in 2005.
From this placing, he was able to compete in the IFSA British championships which he ended up winning. and he just went from strength to strength pardon the pond. while he slowed down a little after undergoing surgery for a torn bicep, he went straight back to his winning ways soon afterward. his most recent feats include setting a world record in Denny’s stronghold with a time of 31.40 seconds in the 2020 Arnold strongman classic.
Helmut Strebl is so incredibly muscly that he could pretty much grate cheese on his chest. Helmut has an incredibly low body fat percentage to the point where he looks like one of those anatomy posters you see in doctor’s offices.
Of course, Helmut didn’t become shredded overnight. he is proof of what’s achievable if you lay off the burgers and work hard. Helmut was bullied throughout his teen years so he started weight training at about age 12 with detergent bottles filled with water. by the time he was 16, he was visiting a real gym and learning about the world of weight training. he competed in Mr. world in 1996.
Then appeared in many natural bodybuilding championships winning at least half a dozen times. he has also crowned the best muscle model over 40 in 2014. aside from working out pretty much seven days a week, a helmet follows a diet of chicken, egg, whites, fish, turkey, meal replacement, shakes, and carbs like sweet potato.