Meanwhile in Russia … Kirill Sarychev sat down for an interview with Konstantin Konstantinovs. If you can help with the translation, please do so in the comments or use the ATG submit form. Update 14.05.2015: Thanks to reader Nyah we have a translation. Translation Kirill Sarychev (KS): Hello, Friends. Today, I would like to present […]
Mike Israetel from JTS Strength sat down for an interview with Konstantin Konstantinovs. Update: Here is Mikhail Koklyaev’s interview at GPA Worlds. gymnastics, wrestling background as a kid started Powerlifting at age 15, first meet 16 Indispensable Principles of Powerlifting big base of raw strength don’t rain too heavy too often, recovery is a must don’t […]
(Originally posted January 18th, 2013) Update 28.11.2013: KK with another “Add Set” 310,320,330kg Mark Bell has another Konstantin Konstantinovs video.
Not the first time we are seeing Konstantin Konstantinovs using his trap bar… I would love mine too if it would let me deadlift 300kg x10 with it. Thanks to Anders for sending this in.
Mark Bell takes a look at the amazing mechanics of Konstantin Konstantinovs, who does some speed deadlift add sets.
This is what a Max Effort Squat day with Konstantin Konstantinovs looks like. speed box squat with band raw squat 320kg (705lbs) low box squat 310 (683 lbs) deficit trap bar deadlifts add sets: 280kg, 290kg, 300kg (617, 639, 661 lbs) deficit trap bar deadlifts add sets: 300kg, 310kg, 320kg (661, 683, 705 lbs)
Here is what a deadlift day with Konstantin Konstantinovs looks like. Stuff like 350 kg x 5, 400 kg x 1 (and holding it) and trap bar deadlifts up to 370 kg.
Q: How does the beast himself, Konstantin Konstantinovs, train his grip? A: with a 350kg (771lb) fat grip (50mm) trap bar box deadlift.
Here is another amazing 955kg (2105lb) total by Konstantin Konstantinovs. This was at the 2011 WPC RAW Latvian chapionships.A month earlier he had a 960 kg total. Body Weight: 136kg (300lb) Squat: 290kg, 320kg ,335kg PR (738lbs)Bench Press: 225kg, 235kg, 240 kg (529lbs)Deadlift: 340kg, 380 kg (838 lbs), x411kg (906 lbs) 411kg would have beat his all time record 985kg. Video […]