where we celebrate the burly strongmen of yesteryear.
Arthur Saxon was an absolute freak of nature. He never saw a weight that he couldn't heft and later laugh at derisively. This 5'10, 200 pound, iron wrecking machine is a legend of the lifting game. Hallowed be his name. Perhaps his greatest feat was the two hands anyhow lift (which as the name suggests involves lifting any weight implement over head, anyway, anyhow, both hands allowed). He bent pressed 335 pounds with his right hand, while lifting and pressing a 110 pound kettlebell at the same time with his left. 445 pounds: fricken ridiculous. Today I had to settle for:
pull ups 10,8,6,3