With His Superhuman Strength and Physique, Larry Wheels is Beginning to Leave Humanity Behind

Larry Wheels is gradually becoming superhuman.

With a focus on becoming the World’s Strongest Pro Bodybuilder, Larry Wheels has made a considerable amount of progress to meet that lofty goal. With his strength constantly increasing and his dedication to competing in amateur bodybuilding competitions, it’s becoming very clear that Larry Wheels is no ordinary man.


At only 23 years old we’re seeing Larry crush records over and over again through sheer grit and determination to be the best. His recent feats of strength in the gym boggle the mind as he hefts weight that would crush the average man.

But all those gains didn’t happen over night. They took a considerable amount of time to cultivate, trial and error to master, and the willingness to face injury failure with the kind of single-minded gusto one needs to achieve greatness.

His recent Instagram post shows the young powerbuilder crushing his personal records through the years, giving you a sense of the amount of hard work he’s put himself through to achieve such monumental feats.

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Another recent showcase of his strength in the standing overhead press illustrates the level of strength he’s achieved.

With so many years ahead of him, it begs the question of how much stronger can Larry Wheels become.

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