“That Bar Is Hating Life”: Strongman World Questions 27-YO WSM Champion for Bizarre Choice of Equipment During a Brutal Workout

Published 07/17/2023, 6:15 AM EDT

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World’s Strongest Man 2023, Mitchelle Hooper, lifts heavyweights easily like Thor lifts the hammer. He never backs down from carrying the weight of the world on his hands and even shoulders. In the world of extreme physical feats, Hooper has already cemented his name in gold. The strongman continues to experiment with different weights and sizes, so this time he did the same.

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In a recent Instagram video, he again shocked his followers by lifting an ungodly amount of weight with a lot of ease.

Mitchell Hooper sets the bar high; literally

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In the video, fans can see Hooper squatting while keeping a monumental weight of bars on his shoulders while ‘Ready Set’ by Joey Valence and Brae, plays in the reel. Hooper captioned the video saying, “330kg of smooth triple, week 2 back into squatting. The fire is burning.”

The bars on the rod seem like stacked pancakes with the sheer amount of them. The weight Hooper lifts is an unfathomable amount and seems like he could give Hulk a run for his money. Even after facing a limitation with ankle mobility, according to the doctor, Mitchelle can lift this amount of weight.

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Fans were astonished after watching the video and were genuinely curious about how the rod could hold so many bars.

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Fans are more curious about the bar’s well-being rather than Mitchell’s

Followers of the strongman seemed to be more concerned about the bars and rod rather than his strength. One follower assumed, “Bro had to take the plates from several gyms to fill this bar up,” while another fan was worried and wrote, “That bar doesn’t look like it can handle that kind of weight.”

One follower gave a sad POV and said, That bar is hating life 😄.” Another fan advised, “I think a longer bar may be in order.”

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What do you think about the number of plates and bars? Tell us in the comment.

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Tanushree Bhowmick

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Tanushree Bhowmick is a Bodybuilding writer at EssentiallySports. She holds a Master’s Degree in English Literature from an eminent university. Gymnastics, Football, and Fitness have always intrigued Tanushree and inspired her in her professional writing career and lifestyle.
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