The powerlifting and strongman phenomenon Larry "Wheels" Williams revealed over the weekend that he was tearing his biceps when lifting Atlas stones. It is unclear how long he will fail, but the injury will definitely lead him to miss Giants Live, the world's strongest man in the world in 2020, on 6 July in London.
"I've been hurt for years time it happened," he wrote in an Instagram post. "Wish me all the best, guys!" When he starts picking up the last stone in the medley, Williams can be seen reacting to the injury and hear.
Wheels said that the tendon still seems to be attached, meaning that surgery may not be needed. He visited a doctor in England this weekend, but has not yet informed his fans about the extent of his injury.
In a YouTube video, he called on other injured people to seek medical attention immediately. "No matter how small or trivial you think it is," he said, "it can always be a lot worse than what you think." it dominated. He even posted a one-hour video training with WSM Eddie Hall in March 2017.
Although Wheels is incredibly strong, it does not surprise us that he was injured. After all, this is the same guy who tried to lift so much weight that he was thrown over the crossbar.