Evan Singleton Looks Powerful as He Preps for the 2020 World’s Strongest Man

Evan “T-Rex” Singleton is looking beastly.

The 2020 World’s Strongest Man competition has become a curious case. With 2019 champion Martins Licis out and Hafthor Bjornsson retired the top spot is up for grabs.

There are many strong contenders for first place this year despite the absence of some popular names. Four-time champion Brian Shaw will be competing at the show as will Poland’s Mateusz Kieliszkowski, and Robert Oberst.

Another strongman to look out for is Evan Singleton who is showing some impressive strength in prep for the event.

2019 Giants Live North American Champion, Evan “T-Rex” Singleton has already proven himself to be a force in the strongman world. Now as he preps for the 2020 World’s Strongest Man it appears that he’s stepping up his game.

 

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Going up in weight and because everyone prefers cleaning every rep over clean and press away here you go lol. Serious note though this is the strongest, fastest and best this has ever felt and I am so excited for @theworldsstrongestman in November! It’s coming up and I promise you all I will be more than ready! . . Log clean and press 360lbs/163kgs x5 . . #trex #thetrex #giantslive #wsm #silverbackgymwear #walkwiththestrong #teamaffinity #teamsbd #sbd #sbdapparel #sbdusa #trexkingdom #tyrannosaurusrex #kingofthedinosaurs #kingsoftheoverheadpress #naturesperfectpredator #trainstrongman #bodybuilding #powerlifting #strongman #strongmanmotivation #strongmantraining #strongmantraining #gym #workout #overheadpress #logpress #strongmancorporation #officialstrongman #kingsoftheoverheadpress #derksstrong #poweredbyinterlinc

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Evan Singleton also did an impressive Super Yoke carry of 900 Lbs.

 

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Haven’t done yoke in months and am very pleased to find out that I’m still fast af under some good weight! Still have my foot speed and the strength is better than ever and both those things combined equals bad news for everyone else involved. Well rounded is the name of the game and come November I will be damn near perfect! . . Yoke for 100′ with a drop and turn at 50′ 900lbs/408kgs . . #trex #thetrex #giantslive #wsm #silverbackgymwear #walkwiththestrong #teamaffinity #teamsbd #sbd #sbdapparel #sbdusa #trexkingdom #tyrannosaurusrex #kingofthedinosaurs #naturesperfectpredator #trainstrongman #bodybuilding #powerlifting #strongman #strongmanmotivation #strongmantraining #strongmantraining #gym #workout #strongmancorporation #officialstrongman #yoke #medley #lightweight #gym #poweredbyinterlinc #derksstrong

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Managing Editor at Generation Iron, Jonathan Salmon is a writer, martial arts instructor, and geek culture enthusiast. Check out his YouTube, Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, and Sound Cloud for in-depth MMA analysis.

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Managing editor of Generation Iron, Jonathan Salmon is a writer, martial arts instructor, and geek culture enthusiast. He has been writing about bodybuilding, combat sports, and strength sports for over 8 years. Check out his YouTube, Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, and Sound Cloud for in-depth MMA analysis.