John Haack shows incredible superhuman strength.
One of the most incredible active powerlifters today, John Haack just keeps getting better. With the 2021 Kern US Open just weeks away, Haack is deep into his prep and looking very strong. In fact he recently set some new squat and bench press PRs showcasing his superhuman strength.
Haack recently outdid himself at the 2021 WRPF Hybrid Showdown III where he set a bench press world record. Now with his sights set on Kern US Open, the 28 year old powerlifter finds himself back in the gym and improving on his already insane ability.
“She asked about my job and I told her that it’s lovely.”
Wrapping up @kernusopen prep with last heavy squat and bench. Top single at 340kgs/749lbs on squat and 265kgs/584lbs on bench. Need to do better on the pause. Like the battery in my light up shoes, my energy level was pretty drained after squat.
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From this post you can see why John Haack is a champion. Despite putting up such impressive numbers the man is still holding himself to a higher standard. When you expect the best out of yourself you’ll always strive for it and potentially outdo yourself.
It’s clear that John Haack is the front runner to win the Kern US Open. He has the kind of strength and presence that could really make him a crossover star should he choose to to engage in other strength sport endeavors.
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