Dan Puccini leg presses more than 400 pounds as his teammates spot him during their Strongman team practice on Tuesday, May 20 at Anytime Fitness in Beaufort.  A group of men and women from Beaufort and Bluffton have been meeting to train at Anytime Fitness as they get ready to compete in the South Carolina Strongest Man and Woman contest, sanctioned by North American Strongman, on May 31 in Simpsonville.
Dan Puccini leg presses more than 400 pounds as his teammates spot him during their Strongman team practice on Tuesday, May 20 at Anytime Fitness in Beaufort. A group of men and women from Beaufort and Bluffton have been meeting to train at Anytime Fitness as they get ready to compete in the South Carolina Strongest Man and Woman contest, sanctioned by North American Strongman, on May 31 in Simpsonville. Delayna Earley
Dan Puccini leg presses more than 400 pounds as his teammates spot him during their Strongman team practice on Tuesday, May 20 at Anytime Fitness in Beaufort. A group of men and women from Beaufort and Bluffton have been meeting to train at Anytime Fitness as they get ready to compete in the South Carolina Strongest Man and Woman contest, sanctioned by North American Strongman, on May 31 in Simpsonville. Delayna Earley

'Are you about to lift that?': Teammates practice all-but-impossible feats of strength for upcoming Strongman competition

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