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  • Hadde premiere 8. apr. 2020

  • While he never achieved the iconic status of fellow Strongman pioneers Eugene Sandow or Louis Apollon, the German weightlifter Arthur Saxon (born Arthur Hennig in 1878) often ranks above them all in the eyes of true Iron Game enthusiasts. Whether performing in a British concert hall or an American circus tent; as a solo act or alongside his brothers in the “Saxon Trio,” Arthur regularly achieved feats of true skill that few others would even attempt. His record-setting “Bent Press,” for example—which he once used to best Sandow himself— remains the gold standard nearly a century after his death. For more info, extras, and photos visit: https://www.roguefitness.com/theindex... Name correction: Andreas Müllers

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  • THE GHOST LEAF PROPHET
    THE GHOST LEAF PROPHET For 7 md. siden (redigert)

    I can not stress enough my gratitude and respect to rogue for making these wonderful documentaries. Never stop.

  • Swoosh
    Swoosh For 7 md. siden (redigert)

    Arthur Saxon - A True legend!

  • MeVsGravitY
    MeVsGravitY For 7 md. siden

    This is awesome. Saxon/Hennig was an incredible strong person. Just crazy to see what they lifted even 100 years ago.

  • apoc m
    apoc m For 7 md. siden

    The best strongman of his time! This is going to be interesting, been waiting for a good video about Arthur Saxon

  • Władysław Kurcharczyk
    Władysław Kurcharczyk For 7 md. siden

    The GOAT of Bent Press ! The record stands to this day.

  • zincink
    zincink For 7 md. siden

    This was very interesting - Thanks for sharing this gem.

  • Das Gonz
    Das Gonz For 7 md. siden

    I love these documentaries. I like many people have no respect for these oldetime strength athletes.

  • Justin Ward
    Justin Ward For 7 md. siden

    Thank you so much for these videos.. love them all.. shows what is possible without the drugs and all the other modern BS.. the old time masters are the best, train like a greats of the past.. not like drug ridden joke that bodybuilding and weightlifting has become now days.

  • Phil White
    Phil White For 7 md. siden

    Stellar production yet again. Love this series, particularly the one focused on Scotland.

  • Dusty Barker
    Dusty Barker For 7 md. siden

    Hit like before it started. Thank you so much I was foaming at the mouth waiting for Saxon

  • Daniel Wri19
    Daniel Wri19 For 7 md. siden

    These are important for all teens (which I am) to see, so they can understand you don’t need steroids to have amazing bodies and strength. in some cases, strength that has been unmatched with people who do steriods.

  • Emme Sainte Anne
    Emme Sainte Anne For 7 md. siden

    I never heard of this man. He is amazing and I am greatly inspired as a woman. People in strength past and present are AMAZING!

  • Dan Cross
    Dan Cross For 7 md. siden

    Thank you to whomever put this here!

  • Tioudi Ouar
    Tioudi Ouar For 7 md. siden

    Great job team Rogue! These old-time documentaries you make are totally amazing. It is so inspiring, historical, tribute-paying. Thank you. Keep it up. I would love to see a documentary about Doug Hepburn.

  • powerplayercp
    powerplayercp For 7 md. siden

    Thank you so much for this strength series.

  • Mary Hand
    Mary Hand For 7 md. siden

    What a sad end to an amazing character. Beautifully presented - thank you 😊

  • byRoyalty
    byRoyalty For 7 md. siden

    I love this. Thank you so much for doing this. The end sent chills down my spine

  • Jean-Patrick Begin
    Jean-Patrick Begin For 7 md. siden

    what a good series !!! thank you sooooo much !!! Make love my sons name even more lol Arthur and Edmond!!! isn't that cool !!

  • Ease54
    Ease54 For 7 md. siden

    I used to read about all these guys in the Hoffman mags back in the day. Great that they are being given their due...great history!

  • Peter Nieman
    Peter Nieman For 7 md. siden

    a true legend. thank you for giving Arthur the respect he deserves.