Freitag, 8. August 2014

Brachiales Event


Freunde, Freunde, morgen wird es brachial! Eines der wohl genialsten Kraftsport-Events der letzten Zeit steht vor der Tür. Morgen messen sich in Leeds die stärksten Athleten der Welt in einer Disziplin, die wie nur wenige wahre Kraft wiederspiegelt. Es wird der stärkste Kreuzheber der Welt ermittelt aus den besten Kraftdreikämpfern, Strongman und sonstigen Topleuten. Noch nie zuvor kam so ein illustres Feld zusammen. Damit sind alle Spekulationen vorbei, wer den wirklich der stärkste Deadlifter ist. Ein für allemal. Die Jungs legen ihre Karten auf den Tisch.

Würde ich nicht verpassen das Ding. Wird hochinteressant. Ich drücke natürlich dem Österreicher Martin Wildauer, derzeit auch Führender in der Strongman Champions League, die Daumen. Ebenfalls ein gewaltiger Kreuzheber!

Ein gutes Wochenende, haut rein,

Dominik

P.S.: Das erste Coach-Interview erscheint am Montag.

Kommentare:

Thomas hat gesagt…

Hi Dominik,

Martin Wildauer wurde mit 435kg dritter. Hier ein Post von Ihm:

"Martin Wildauer
I came 3rd in the World Deadlift Championships and I am really happy about my new smooth personal best with 435 kg.
Unfortunately I tored my left harmstring a little bit at the attempt with 446 kg, had to withdraw and came just 6th overall in the European Strongest Man.
I think I am good for 446 kg, cause the 435 kg was really nice to lift - next time I will lift it.

Congratulations to Benedikt Magnusson for the new World Record with unbelievable 461 kg and to all the other guys who pulled some massive and awesome numbers. Eddie Hall surprised everybody with an amazing show and a massive pull with 461 kg. I have never seen that before...

Great thanks to Darren Sadler and his team for a great and well organized competition.

Unfortunately a lot of guys got injuried in the deadlift and dropped out of the competition. I hate it when my friends get injuried and I wish them alll the best and a fast recovery!

It really makes me sad and angry at the same time to read comments of people in facebook or in some other social networks that they are disappointed by some of the athlete's performances and they thought we could do more. I read stuff like Andy Bolton, Vytautas Lalas, Mikhail Koklyaev or Laurence Shahlaei are again injuried and couldn't catch up with their old performances. Also that they don't understand why Brian Shaw wasn't competing - he was injuried. Nobody likes to get injuried but it happens and its hard enough to dropp out of a competition where you prepared yourself for weeks and months. There is no need to write stuff like that.

To lift 400 kg or more is massive and a huge achievement and everybody did it!!! Don't forget that!!!

I read also that people thought I am able to lift more than 435 kg. 435 kg is my personal best and I am really happy and proud of myself. I am competing almost every week in the Strongman Champions League for 4 months now and I am able to lift a huge pb with 435 kg - so yes I am more than just happy... and don't forget that you can count on 2 hands the people who ever lifted that weight.

If you want to get respect then show some respect especially to the top guys in our sport. otherwise you will never get any respect doesn't matter if you set every week a new world record."

Naturtraining.net hat gesagt…

Danke Thomas!

Hab das Video vom Lift von Eddie Hall nun gesehen!

Brutal. der hätte das gezogen noch besser als Kollege Magnusson. Leider halt die Hantel dann fallen gelassen von oben! Schade!