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  • 345 lbs Stone to 60" Platform

    Working on loading stones to higher platforms...

    [YOUTUBE]IabiDSATUSE[/YOUTUBE]
    105 Kg Pro Strongman
    Former NAS National Champion

  • #2
    did you make that platform?

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    • #3
      Originally posted by thetim View Post
      did you make that platform?
      No, a friend of mine did.

      They seem to be pretty simple to construct - or you could just get a bunch of wooden pallets and stack them if you are looking for something easier (and adjustable).
      105 Kg Pro Strongman
      Former NAS National Champion

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Shakes View Post
        No, a friend of mine did.

        They seem to be pretty simple to construct - or you could just get a bunch of wooden pallets and stack them if you are looking for something easier (and adjustable).
        that is what Im trying to get my self to do, along with making my 400+lber. Ive been trying to load over my yoke, and it works fine, but the f'ing stone always goes all over the place, hard to do reps.

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        • #5
          Nice! How is training for the Arnold going?
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          • #6
            Impressive load to that height!

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            • #7
              How tall are you Tom? I am 5'6" and having lots of trouble loading over 52" I figured the only way was shouldering with heavier stones.
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