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Photographs of Strongmen, Circus Performers and various strength athletes.

Muhammed Ali

The Louisville Lip.



Car Deadlifting at the Capalaba Strongman

Love the Car Deadlift.



The Kennedy Lift



BUR Barbell Advertisement

A 1949 advertisement. Enjoy.



Simon Carter (Onsight Photography)

Incredible images.



Mike Jenkins

Freakishly strong.



Greg Kovacs

Canadian professional bodybuilder.



Rock Climbing with Kiliii Fish

Kiliii Fish over on Flickr. Fantastic.



Jim Kelly

Remember Enter the Dragon?



Top Form Fitness on Flickr

A wonderful dose of training-related goodness.



Wild About You Photography

Another dose of photographic goodness.



Escape Fitness

Nice one guys.



Joe Weider

Incredible man.



Dr Charles Eugster

The world's oldest competitive bodybuilder.



Abs @ 50

Mighty Joe Musselwhite.



The Strongman of Engine Company 13 - Harry F. Griffin

Performing in 1913.



Maurice Deriaz

Swiss strongman.



Bent

Results from the Mo Town Grip Down.



Hangers On

A spot of people pressing.



Derek Poundstone

Derek and the Axle.



Double Triple

Two hands, six plates.



Camera Shy

Use your head.



Anton Matysek



Levi Vaoga

Mr Mega.



Stanley 'Stanless Steel' Pleskun

From the upcoming film Strongman.




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