Jerry Pritchett puts up some insane numbers in training.
Training for a strongman competition means two things: you attempt to build quality strength with each session and you most certainly will suffer in said training.
It can’t be help, it comes with the territory. There’s no such strength sport that doesn’t have the element of suffering through intense training. If you’re not experiencing at least a bit of suffering, then you’re simply not doing it right.
Jerry Pritchett understands the notion of training hard. The 2017 America’s Strongest Man pushes himself to become a better, stronger competitor with his heavy lifts in training.
In fact, in his most recent training, Jerry Pritchett deadlifted an ungodly amount of weight. The Strength Wars alum went above and beyond, deadlifting an astounding 1105lbs from 18” blocks. The feat was made even more epic with Goodyear tires fixed to both sides of the barbell.
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As the 2020 World’s Strongest Man now on his agenda, Jerry Pritchett looks extra motivated to topple the competition.
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