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Take a look at Larry Wheels Bench, who holds two 225-pound barbells for his birthday



Larry "Wheels" Williams, the most famous power lifter and bodybuilder, is known for his crazy strengths, and one of his favorite moves seems to be bench press. Whether he retires 25 repetitions of 405 or an amazing 70 repetitions of 225, Wheels shows no signs of slowing down. Therefore, it only makes sense that he has decided to celebrate his 24th birthday on Monday with another game bank variant: Press a 225-pound barbell into each hand.

Wheels has hit 225 with one arm before, but his latest method takes it to a new level ̵

1; a level you should never reach in your own gym. Just look at the angles of these dumbbells.

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. COMMENT A 💪🏽 TO GAIN SOME @ pr.merch IF YOU EXPERIENCE DECEMBER 14! BIRTHDAY BANK! 24 years old today! @kingc • • • CLICK LINK IN BIO FOR TRAINING PROGRAMS VISIT @ pr.merch FOR ALL OF MY MERCHES ——————– @ superleague.live #squat #bench #deadlift #powerlifter #bodybuilder #larrywheels

A post shared by Larry (@larrywheels) on December 2, 2018 at 9:26 pm PST

Sure, he wears wrist and elbow wraps and has two spotters, but despite these precautions, we do not recommend that you try to replicate his double weight bench.

To limit himself to powerlifting, in November he shared a series of photos of his first national bodybuilding show, where he looked slimmer than ever. Keeping in mind how hard he trains on the trunk is reminiscent of Ronnie Coleman's bodybuilding style.

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. WIPES RIGHT! My first national bodybuilding show was both a fun and a humbling experience. I was overwhelmed by the support of my competitors that I received today! I added 9 pounds of stage weight (268 in) and came in the dryer! My goal today was to be better than my first show and that's what I did! Bodybuilding Show PR! YOUTUBE video is coming tomorrow! @ pr.merch

A post shared by Larry (@larrywheels) at 7:40 pm PST on November 16, 2018

We're sure that this powerlifting phenomenon will bring much more, and his Instagram account is definitely worth a run. Find Wheels on Instagram at @larrywheels to keep up with his latest fitness tricks.

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