VIDEO: Squat Battle with Powerlifter vs Weightlifter vs Strongman vs Bodybuilder

On November 2, 2014 by Physical Culturist

Watch an epic squat-battle between a Powerlifter, a Weightlifter, a Strongman and a Bodybuilder. Who can squat the most reps with their own bodyweight within 5 minutes? Watch to find out!

Participants:

Patrik, Strongman: Int. German Junior Champion Bodybuilding 1999 Germany’s Strongest Man 2011 World-records in: Loglift, Keglift, Yoke-Walk

Robert, Weightlifter: Multiple German Champion, placed 9th @European Championships 2013, placed 11th @World Championships 2013 all up to 69 KG – class

Dorian, Bodybuilder: 2xGerman Champion, World Championship – Finals, 4th @Frey Classic

Thomas, Powerlifter: Multiple Bench Press State Champion, Powerlifting State Champion, won an insignificant tug war battle @ basic military service – he insisted on this

One Response to “VIDEO: Squat Battle with Powerlifter vs Weightlifter vs Strongman vs Bodybuilder”

  • Heidi

    The powerlifter doesn’t even fully extend at the top, not even his hips for all of the reps. I would have no repped his ass quite a bit. The weightlifter was bloody awesome.

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