Vol.006 - Strength Training Techniques of the World’s Strongest Man Bill Kazmaier - Video
Strength Training Techniques of the World’s Strongest Man Bill Kazmaier
About Bill Kazmaier
Bill has competed in the World's Strongest Man Contests and from 1980 until 1982, he won the competitions handsomely. He was the first man to win the WSM title three times in a row. He worked as the Strength and Conditioning coach at the University of Auburn and was inducted into the York Barbell Hall of Fame in June of 2000. His best competition lifts are: Squat: 925 pounds-WR(world record) Bench Press: 661 pounds-WR Deadlift: 887 pounds-WR, Total in Competition: 2425 pounds-WR. WR-Dumbell Press-100 lbs.X40 reps,WR-Seated Barbell Press: 448X3 WR-Barbell Curl-400 lbs.,Bill is also a World Powerlifting Champion-Superheavyweight.
About the Video
Bill will be presenting on how to increase your strength in the squat, bench press and deadlift by using specific training techniques and program design never before revealed. He will also discuss his injuries and his approach to preventing injuries while using incredible weights. He also rolls up a frying pan with one hand in less then 15 seconds as a strongman demonstration. Learn from the strongest man in the world in this rare, once in a lifetime presentation. 100 minutes.