Larry Wheels Smashes Squat PR Weeks Out From Powerlifting Return

Larry Wheels hit a new squat PR during his latest training.

Larry Wheels set a new personal record in the squat lift. The powerlifter hefted a massive 835lbs and made it look easy. The training was in prep for his upcoming return to the competitive powerlifting arena.

Larry Wheels has some truly incredible strength. The powerlifter has always aimed to push his body past its physical limits. It’s why he’s able to shatter his personal records so often. No feat is too extreme for the powerlifting veteran.

Larry has always sought out new challenges which is what has made him so powerful. If you’re not seeking to improve on yourself then life can get truly mundane and boring. Larry Wheels has vowed to himself that he’ll always seek to improve.

Smashing His Squat PR

So naturally weeks out from his return to powerlifting competition, Larry Wheels once again has outdone himself. The powerlifter hit a new PR in the squat, lifting 835lbs in wraps. The whole feat was captured on video and featured Larry showcasing the grit, strength, and determination he’s become known for.

 

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With almost eight weeks to go before his return to the powerlifting arena, Larry Wheels is looking stronger than ever. Training alongside long-time friend Black Tom Cruise, Larry was in top form as he prepped for his next meet in New York.

In his most recent YouTube video, Larry Wheels revealed that he’d be competing at Revolution Powerlifting Sydnicate’s (RPS) Long Island Insurrextion meet. Set to take place in Farmingdale, Long Island, NY, Larry hopes to return to form and have a strong showing.

“This is the beginning of a ten-week prep or so, for September 11th, RPS meet,” said Larry Wheels. “This is one of the best entries into contest prep I’ve had in a long time, so I’m really excited about it. After a long hiatus from powerlifting, my spine, my joints, everything feels good, so we’re expecting big things.”

 

Despite his recent online beef with Greg Doucette, Larry Wheels once again proved how incredibly strong he is. A 835lbs squat is nothing to scoff at and this is only the beginning of his training camp. If he can build on this momentum and continue to get stronger, Larry could really blow away the competition at the RPS meet in September.

With his return set and a positive attitude about his growth potential, Larry Wheels seems poised and ready to take on all challenges. It will be interesting to see what he brings to the table when he returns to the arena that made him so wildly popular.

Are you ready to see Larry Wheels make his return to the competitive powerlifting arena?

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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.