Angleo Iannetta ,County Wexford IRE- Log Lifting

Log Lift Press 2014 Angleo

The “Mighty” Angleo Iannetta County Wexford finds himself in the ISA Hall Of Fame for being the undisputed POUND FOR POUND LOG LIFTING CHAMPION OF IRELAND for the last 4 years(2011,2012,2013,2014). To do this Angleo had to beat some of the best pressers in Ireland to lift the coveted Zydrunas Savickas Trophy 4 times in a row! A top Strongman and Arm-Wrestler, Angleo uses his power in various sports.

Angleo Iannetta average weight is a small 89kg, can do 145kg maximum Log, and 8 repetition total on a IFSA Log at 105kg giving a total ISA pound for pound after subtraction 145+8=148-89=54 his greatest score to date in 2011. He also delivered the winning pound for pound in 2012. Though the “Mighty” Angleo most impressive win was when he won all 3 weight categories including the heavy class for maximum weight and repetitions in 2013. This proved for the 3rd year in a row, he is a great unbeaten shoulder presser to everyone, he was the man to beat and had proved it time and time again. This showed he had the power to beat everyone he faced even without the pound for pound format!

Log lift trophies 2014

This year though  Angleo weighed in at 91kg his heaviest yet, but was still crowned Ireland Pound for Pound Champion after what he said was” hardest competition to date “to lift the Zydrunas Savickas Trophy again a forth time.

Angleo Iannetta the ISA would like to congratulate you on your induction into the Strength Challenge  Hall Of Fame. after 4 Championship Log Pressing Irish wins you are the ISA GREATEST LOG PRESSER OF ALL TIME!

10983431_818200628228941_2260086154510752677_Log lifting champion Angleo 2014

 

 

       

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