Powerlifter Russel Orhii Smashes Squat 715lb Easy

Russel Orhii doing 715lb squat like a warm-up.

Powerlifter Russel Orhii Smashes Squat 715lb Easy

If we came to powerlifting, we can say that Russel Orhii is one of the best current powerlifters in the world. However, if you're not believing this, we will just show you a video where he put together a performance recently that may just change your opinion about him.

Russel Orhii, the powerlifter with 25 years old has been working on resuming his career as pound-for-pound the best in the world. Even though he has only been competing for five years, he improves his strength in every step he is doing. He mas a lot of success in many contests and won championships as an 83kg lifter, which makes his elite status quite clear.

Recently, Russel Orhii had some work in the gym that may change that. Where he uploads a new Instagram post to showing himself absolutely smashing a strong 715lb squat. As much as that is on face worth, it becomes even crazier when you think the fact that this is 25lb heavier than his popular competition best.

Recently, Russel Orhii had some work in the gym that may change that. Where he uploads a new Instagram post to showing himself absolutely smashing a strong 715lb squat. As much as that is on face worth, it becomes even crazier when you think the fact that this is 25lb heavier than his popular competition best. As you can see in the video below he is doing a 715lb squat for 1 rep easier.


A powerful squat from Orhii. He takes a breath to prepare himself, then goes directly to work. From what we can see in the video, he was able to go up with the weight quickly without any problem, especially when he finishes it and smile.

Here is another video of Orhii doing the deadlift with 700lb showing his confidence with himself.

We didn't saw Russel Orhii in a competitive environment for 8 months. Is he going to the competition again? It will be exciting to see his steps in the future.

You can read also: Joseph Baena Shows His Strength Lifting 405lb Deadlift Of 4 Reps.
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