It’s a Japanese ritual purification typically performed once a year that's been adapted to refer to doing something so hard one day per year that the effect lasts the rest of the 364 days. While most of the strongman competitions I do each year could classify as such, competing in Ontario’s Strongest Man epitomizes misogi.
While CNSM may be the ultimate destination for my competitive season, the athletes competing at OSM are without a doubt the best of the best in Ontario, and Canada as well. To top it all off, this test of titans was performed in the sweltering heat of Canada Day, where the mercury skyrocketed and the blazing sun with the humidity reached into the 40s.
Contest recap from Eastern Canada’s Natural Strongest Man 2018.Read More
One of the hardest parts of the week before a strongman competition is the wait. All the training has been put in to arrive you at this point and now you must wait, battle your demons, and visualize for the big day.Read More
Next week marks the launch of my new book and training program, Seasons of Strongman. In getting ready for the launch I wanted to take some time this week to answer your questions about the book and give you a little more insight into what you can expect to get from it.Read More