Car Deadlifting at the Capalaba Strongman

Love the Car Deadlift.

Car Deadlifting at the Capalaba Strongman. Photo courtesy Jamie Reimers.
Car Deadlifting at the Capalaba Strongman. Photo courtesy Jamie Reimers.
Via strength athlete Jamie Reimers : A dose of serious car deadlifting - a 1,600kg Lamborghini. Nice one.


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