VIDEO: Valentin Dikul Power Juggling in Circus 1985

On January 24, 2014 by Physical Culturist

A circus acrobat, Valentin took a bad fall and broke his back when he was seventeen. Dikul said no to the wheel-chair and painstakingly rehabilitated himself, largely with the help of his trusted kettlebells. But he did not stop there. He proceeded to become a great circus strongman juggling 80kg kettlebells and a powerlifter with mind-boggling lifts at sixty-something years of age!

Below is footage of one of his circus strongman performances, where he performs various feats of strength:

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