Danny Grigsby

There’s a new deadlift mountain to climb for strength sports athletes everywhere. Krzysztof “Mr. Deadlift” Wierzbicki deadlifted an astonishing 502.5 kilograms (1,107 pounds) during a training session. As a result, the Polish powerlifter now possesses the heaviest filmed deadlift in history. Check out the historic feat below, captured from one of Wierzbicki’s recent Instagram stories
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On April 24, 2022, Danny Grigsby deadlifted 437.2 kilograms (964 pounds) for two reps during training. The mark is the latest in a growing line of a recent deadlift progression for the powerlifter. Check out the staggering deadlift double below, courtesy of Grigsby’s Instagram profile: [Related: Powerlifter Shahram Saki Logs 1025-Kilogram Total (2,259.7 Pounds), The
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On April 10, 2022, Grigsby pulled a staggering 415-kilogram deadlift (915 pounds) for two reps. He followed the sizable two-rep set and showed off his stamina by pulling a 770-pound deadlift for eight reps — a volume PR. Check out both lifts below, courtesy of Grigsby’s Instagram profile: [Related: Powerlifter Jessica Buettner Deadlifts 507 Pounds
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Danny Grigsby is officially a powerlifting pioneer. At the United States Powerlifting Association (USPA) Virginia Beach Classic on March 26, 2022, he became the first-ever athlete to deadlift over 1,000 pounds in a full powerlifting meet. Grigsby notched a raw 465-kilogram pull (1,025.2 pounds) on his third attempt — which gave him the raw world
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