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(dramatic music) Deadlift is the grown man lift of all strongman sports. Everybody knows what a deadlift is. The one that separates the men from the boys. And there’s no cheating. There’s no way around that. You just have to be strong. (crowd cheers) This bar has got a lot of life in it. It’s nine feet long. Almost a foot longer than a normal bar. When it leaves the floor, you better be in control because you have that spring in it. That bar is different, way different than any normal bar. It comes alive. The new guy’s been doing his homework. That looked like a toy. That young guy. The old bulls are coming up later though. It’s hard to say man. You just have to go out there and do your best, you know. There’s a lot of jockeying for position. People want to know what the other person is going to lift. Sometimes it becomes a chess game. Due to my injury, deadlift is not my strongest event. (grunts and psychs him up) That bar not only shakes this way, but this way. Hafthor Bjornsson. The Mountain. On the day of, you can change. You have to be flexible. You have to, you know, look at the other guys. How much they’re pulling. (yells with effort) (yells with effort) Well Mark, if that doesn’t send a message to the big boys, I don’t know what does. Also Jerry Pritchett is very strong. Alright here comes the man, Jerry Pritchett. This guy right here may be one of the hardest working strongmen in the world. And as you can see, one of the best deadlifters on the planet. Brian is very strong in this. Brian is currently in first place with 20 points after two events. Obviously I’ve thought about this probably more than anybody and what I need to do strategically to win. I’m ready to do what I have to do.

100 thoughts on “2017 Arnold Strongman Classic – Rogue Elephant Bar Deadlift / 4K

  1. The dude Ryan at 3minutes ten seconds of the clip. Someone tell me this man ain't have a rolled joint on his ear

  2. Those are the best looking fake weights I've ever seen. Beautiful
    I mean really…. What is this trash? Brian Shaw has never deadlifted anywhere near 991 lbs.
    But I must say how amazing the fake weights look, they seem to be brand new which is a treat for the audience and I guess it makes it seem more legitimate.

  3. And then kid goku appeared out of nowhere and laughed as he wondered why they were picking up and putting down such a silly object. He then walked over to it and said "My turn! Ehahah" and slung 991lbs across the arena with 1 arm.

  4. If trained with Jerry once before and it was amazing but the only way I can train with him again is come in 1st in a leave 2 show

  5. Deadlift records:

    1. Strongman: 18 inch strongman deadlift-(w straps) Eddie Hall 536 kg/1181 lbs. (2017)

    2. Strongman: Hummer Tire deadlift(w belt/w straps/w Hummer tires)-Zydrunas Savickus- 522kg/1155lbs(2014 )
    3. Strongman: Competition barbell and calibrated plates deadlift( w straps/w suit/w belt)-Eddie Hall-500kg/1102lbs(2016)
    4. Strongman: Elephant bar deadlift(w straps/no suit/w belt/w elephant longer bar and wider plates. Hafthor Bjiorrnson 472kg/1041lbs(2018)

    5. Powerlifting: Raw world record-(w belt ,no straps)-Bennedict Magnusson-460,4 kg/1015 lbs(2011)

    6. Powerlifting: Geared -(w belt,w suit,no straps)-Andy Bolton -457,2 kg/ 1008lbs (2009)
    7. Powerlifting: 100% Raw Sumo ( no belt,not suit,no straps) – Yury Belkin 440 kg/970 lbs. (2017)

    8. Powerlifting: 100% Raw (no belt,not suit,no straps,no unconventional bars/implements)-Konstantinovs Konstantine 426 kg/939 lbs. (after 2010)

  6. They say 900-lbs is still 900-lbs even for big men. But that's also "just" a little over 2x their BW. Not even near the "3x BW" mark…What I almost expect is for them do lift at least 3x BW…and would be impressed when they do 4x BW….which for Brian Shaw would be around 1600-lbs :)) Little Stephi Cohen @ 5' 120-lbs can do just over 4.5x her BW. Richard "the ant" Hawthorn..just over 4x BW…he's I think 5'4 130-lbs…

    I wonder if there's a "breaking point" for the human body. Regardless of size. Would Strongmen's bodies dart to crumble muscles/tendons tearing if they attempted 1200+ LBS? Attempted 1300??

  7. Bloatmax. These guys deserve serious credit considering this takes enormous effort and dedication, but they aren't treating their bodies well.

  8. Поражает, с каким постоянством эти здоровые мужики после попытки переступают через штангу!!! Мне всегда казалось, что это – грубейшее нарушение спортивной этики: неуважение к снаряду и зрителям! Кажется, в тяжёлой атлетике за такое могут и не засчитать удачный подход… Вспоминаю, как, будучи ещё пацаном, сам получал за это подзатыльники! А этих громил, видать, некому было воспитывать.Да и судьи, видимо,об этом и не слыхали… Признаюсь, такие вещи очень "режут глаз". Неприятно…

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