The Mike Dayton Strength




Mike Dayton is a former bodybuilding champion turned professional strongman. He is famous for performing feats of strength that have no parallel, and believes in the use of the power of the mind (Chi). These days Mike is coaching a very successful world-class powerlifting team of 70- and 80-year-olds – and ‘having a blast’ with the experience.


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