VIDEO: POWERLIFTER vs STRONGMAN

On September 4, 2015 by Physical Culturist

Patrik Baboumian, 128kg vegan Strongman battling 105kg Powerlifter Jiří Tkadlčík in a challenge including deadlifts, prowler & keg lifts! STRENGTH WARS 2k15 is back with the second episode from Berlin Strength. This Strongman competition faces powerlifter and strongman with following heavy run:

deadlift 250kg – 10 reps
prowler 180kg – 50m
keg lift 80kg – 10reps
prowler 180kg – 50m back

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