“StrongFit staged its 2013 World Championships at the Australian Formula One Grand Prix® with four days of tough competition over the four days of the motorsport festival,” Bill Lyndon reported to IronMind.
AS a trainer undertaking a Master’s Degree in strength and conditioning at ECU, Stirling resident Antony Cosentino was naturally drawn to strongman competitions.
However, this is the first year he has been able to take part in proper competition, with the introduction of an under 80kg weight class giving the diminutive 171cm tall strongman a chance to show his wares.
ANTONY INVITED TO COMPETE IN US CLASSIC
ANTONY Cosentino may not be the size of Hercules, but don't let his stature fool you. The Stirling resident can legitimately claim to be one of the strongest 20 men in the world under 79.5 kilograms after being invited to compete in arguably the world's most prestigious strongman competition, the Arnold Classic, in the first week of March.
While Arnold Schwarzenegger's muscles were mostly for show, Antony uses his science background to ensure his body is built for function.