British Strength Radio is a podcast catering to anyone interested in strength sports such as powerlifting, strongman or strongwoman, or even general strength training or strength and conditioning.
British Strength Radio interviews some of the best athletes in strength sports as well as chatting with some of the brightest minds. Some of the topics we discuss are: training, nutrition, lifestyle, psychology, goings on within strength sports, and general life stuff too.
Aaron Caseley of MOFO Body Mechanic
Aaron Caseley is an osteopath who works with powerlifters, strongmen and bodybuilders and has become extremely sought after amongst strength athletes in recent years as they have seen his methods to be extremely effective at healing and preventing injuries. Aaron has worked as a therapist for 28 years.
Dave Beattie is a powerlifter who, at the age of 53, broke the cross-federation UK raw with wraps squat record across all age and weight classes with a squat of 380kg. Dave is the owner of the iconic Genesis Gym in London and was Andy Bolton's training partner during the years when he was pulling 1000lb deadlifts. He is also a former Marine and bodyguard.
Martin Brown was a decorated powerlifter for a decade, winning titles and breaking records at British, European and World levels, who, since an accident in training left him disabled, now spends his time promoting the awareness of mental health and issues men face.
Nick Mellor is a 25 year old raw powerlifter who has totaled 922.5kg in competition, in the 140kg class. In the gym, he has since squatted 370kg for a double, benched 230kg and deadlifted 365kg.
Tess Cesnik, originally from Australia, is a raw powerlifter who has squatted 195kg, benched 115kg and deadlifted 200kg. She competes in the 67.5kg and 75kg weight classes.
Chris Duffin is an all time world record breaking powerlifter, owner of Kabuki Strength and author. Chris has squatted 400kg (881lbs) in competition, in the 100kg (220lb) weight class and has also squatted 455kg (1000lbs) for a triple and deadlifted the same weight for a double.
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