At Dresden on 25th July, 1920, Görner lifted the enormous weight of 430 lb. (a little more than 195 kilos) overhead in the Two Hands ‘Anyhow’ style, performing the feats with four kettleweights in the following manner. He first of all swung with the right hand two kettleweights, one weighing 110¼ lb. and the other 99¼ lb.
Two Hands Anyhow, a magnificent feat of strength, usually performed with a barbell and a kettlebell (like the legendary Arthur Saxon’s world record of 203 kg), two kettlebells, two dumbbells (Thomas Inch used to show this variation with his Inch Challenge dumbell), or 4 kettlebells (Hermann Goerner’s incredible 195 kg).
- StrongFirst RESILIENT - Paris, France, February 8-9, 2020 $795.00
StrongFirst SFB Bodyweight Instructor Certification - Prague, Czechia, April 25-26, 2020
StrongFirst RESILIENT - Seattle, Washington, USA, May 23-24, 2020
StrongFirst RESILIENT - Ashburn, Virginia, USA, May 30-31, 2020
StrongFirst RESILIENT - Kraków, Poland, June 13-14, 2020
StrongFirst SFB Bodyweight Instructor Certification - Paris, France, July 11-12, 2020
Get resilient, antifragile, strong - #SIMPLEXSTRONG!
#oldtimestrongman #StrongFirst #kettlebell #barbell #dumbbell
- Thomas Inch’s Dumbbell Get-Up Tutorial 
- Siegmund Klein: How Much Can You Bent Press? 
- The Ancient Art of Club Swinging
- The Bent Press by Arthur Saxon
- Harold Ansorge: Systematic Practice the Bent Press – 21 Pointers 
- Health & Strength: Light vs. Heavy Dumbbells
- Orlick/Weider: Abdominal Exercises for Strength and Power (1944)
- George Hackenschmidt: One Hand [Dumbbell] Snatch 
- “The Russian Lion” George Hackenschmidt [VIDEO]
- Arthur “Archie” Allaire: The One Hand Military Press (1928)