The 2015 Arnold Strongman Classic podium featured two familiar faces and one rookie newcomer who impressed everyone with his third place performance. Brian Shaw took home the top spot and the coveted Louie Cyr trophy for the second time, beating out 7-time winner Zydrunas Savickas who finished as runner-up. Twenty-two year old Mateusz Kieliszkowski of Poland rounded out the podium in third place in his first and impressive ASC appearance.
The world of Strongman goes back centuries. As Terry Todd puts it, "This business of lifting weights doesn't just go back fifteen or twenty years. It's an old, old activity." Those age-old activities are still very much alive today.
Steve Sanders, active Navy, likes to find adventure outside of the Teams. This time he has set his sights on racing the legendary Baja 1000 with his childhood friend Bill Witt and crew. Join them from building the bike to rolling across the finish and every mile in-between.
For Steve, fitness is regular training with the best equipment and applying that fitness in the most challenging of circumstances. Going up against the elements of the Baja Peninsula and riding hundreds of miles through the night is no exception.
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