Larry Wheels is on a mission.
Being a prolific powerlifter is no simple task. It takes a diligent work ethic and proper game planning in order to build the kind of herculean strength that sets an individual apart from the average human being. That’s why it’s so hard to be both a powerlifter and a bodybuilder at the same time.
In order to be high level in either discipline takes a fews factors. You have to have the genetics in order to be a truly impressive bodybuilder with the ability to make it to pro status. You have to have the kind of grit and determination to an inhuman level to be able to lift weight upwards of 600 pounds.
Larry Wheels is a man that has been blessed with both these characteristics.
As he journeys toward his ultimate goal of becoming the world’s strongest pro bodybuilder like Stan “The Rhino” Efferding before him, Larry Wheels has been pushing himself constantly in the gym, switching up his programs in order to accommodate both his bodybuilding and powerlifting missions.
After competing and winning his first amateur bodybuilding competition, Larry Wheels is pushing himself to the next level and already has his sights set on his next goal. In November, Larry Wheels will compete in his next bodybuilding competition. Hoping to hammer out all the details, build size and get super shredded, Larry Wheels seems committed to his goal of becoming the strongest IFBB pro.
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