Liefia Ingalls was the winner of the first ever Arnold Pro Strongwoman Championships which took place in 2017. Ingalls was one of the very first women awarded a professional status in the sport of Strongman with the creation of the division in 2016. She has competed and impressed in elite-level strongwoman contests, both nationally and internationally, including World’s Strongest Woman, the Arnold Professional Strongwoman Championship, and Strongest Woman in the World. So as
The Eighth Annual Team Tom Jack Robinson Lifting Classic was held Feb. 9 at Team Tom Gym in Greeley, Colo. A lot of first-timers made up the 35 competitors but it was David Keetley and Anthony San Lorenzo who turned heads as both earned national qualifying honors at the meet. “Both of those guys are great lifters,” Wendy Forsyth, owner, and operator of Team Tom said. In the men's heavyweight division, Keetley won by nine points over Joshua Slotnick and Jeremy Everding was thi
It's hard to get away from the keto craze! From magazines and television to social media and grocery stores, it seems as though the ketogenic diet is being mentioned everywhere. It's hard not to be intrigued by a lifestyle that boasts high fat foods as the norm, even with the elimination of most carbohydrate laden foods. It's important to be informed about this major lifestyle change if you plan on embarking on your own keto journey. Here are six tips for you to take into con
A food truck, aerial yoga, and a strong competitive spirit was all a part of the second annual AZ Beer Bullies that was hosted once again at Phoenix's Liberty Performance Training. In all, there were 29 competitors spread out between the men's lightweight, middleweight, and heavyweight divisions and the women's lightweight division and all were open divisions as over 150 spectators attended. “I want this to be Arizona's premier Strongman event and I think we are on our way,”
Baez is a former football standout who found success at the college level. After graduation, Baez continued to lift heavy weights but something was missing. Hoisting big weights wasn't enough. He needed to compete. “After being told that I would never take another snap, I needed to find something to bring that fire back,” Baez said. “It's like I have a second wind.” Baez used that fire to win the 2019 Odd Haugen All-American Strength Classic held at the Los Angeles Fit Expo.