Strongman wear for all your needs in and out of the gym
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Not Of This World Collection
"Freak, Monster, Mutant, Beast"
To anyone else, these might be Insulting.
To the strength athlete though, these are like badges of honor, proof you have put your time in and everyone notices. You have pushed beyond the human limits and its almost like you are not of this world, because you are doing things/ pushing to the limits of human capacity.
Wear these badges with pride in this collection show off what you really are.
Vanilla Gorilla/Gavin Bell Collection
Anti Social Collection
We love everyone, but sometimes you just want to be anti social. These are the clothes for you
Ollie Clarke Collection
Growing up as a kid, I struggled loads with being overweight, and being bullied because of this. Fast forward a few years to about 9/10 years old and I developed anorexia.
I was in and out of hospitals seeing counselors and doctors, but the one thing that saved me was the gym.
At the age of 11, I joined a gym and started lifting weights. I was hooked instantly. At the age of 13 I did my first ever powerlifting competition, and broke a few British records.
I continued with powerlifting through my teenage years, becoming the world drug free champion for teens at 15, and breaking a number of British, European & world records.
I wanted a change and decided to sign up to my first strongman comp at 17 years old. I was against 25 other fully grown men and came out first place. I was hooked ever since.
I’m now 21 years old and have won the junior UK strongest man comp, competed at the senior Uk strongest man as the youngest person ever to do so, competed at ESPN Clash on the Coast, U105 worlds strongest man, and plan on dominating next year and years to come.
I have a passion for helping others overcome similar obstacles I’ve faced, and coach strongmen / women online, as well as at my gym.
Strongman will remember my name 😈