Lifting weights is not a work for the faint of heart. It is one of the most demanding occupations one might imagine. Those who want to pursue a career in weight lifting should be commended and admired because it entails so many risks. Weight lifting, if performed incorrectly, can lead to dangerous health problems such as scrotal hernia, piles, and, in the worst-case scenario, death, if the weight falls on your neck and no one is around to help you put it back on.
To stop any of this, safety precautions such as wearing a waist belt that limits the downward flow of pressure into the groin when a heavyweight greater than body size is lifted can be taken.
Iron Biby, the strongest man in Africa, is from Burkina Faso, according to world records. The 27-year-old man can lift 230 kilograms, which is nearly the weight of five cement bags. An empty Volkswagen car with the engine was scheduled to be transported over a distance of 40 meters in a race competition that was held around the world. Iron Biby won by a few milliseconds over his opponent.
He also used only one hand to lift a 170 pound dumbbell. He is such a strong man who is deserving of what he has. In addition, he still holds the record for the most deadlifted 240 kilograms.
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