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TOTAL RAISED SO FAR: $3136

 

Staring today, I am going to be deadlifting 880lbs (400kg) every day for 30 days, or as long as I can make it.

We are partnering with Alex’s Lemonade Stand, a kid’s cancer charity that raises money to fund cancer research specifically for children. It was started by a little girl named Alex when she was 4 years old. She raised over 1 million dollars by age 8 when she passed away from a cancer called Neuroblastoma.

Why are we doing this, and why am I using my platform and my company’s platform to do this?

Because Kabuki Strength’s 4th pillar is Charity, and we believe that making the world a better place through strength should involve giving freely and generously of our time, money, attention, resources, and platform. You can read more about our 4 pillars and our company’s philosophy here.

Rather than simply drawing attention to ourselves, we’ve found that we can use feats of strength like this to create attention and awareness around a specific cause and have a call-to-action that encourages people to support the cause.

My ask of you is simple – please donate whatever you can, if you can, and share one of the daily videos on your platform as a way to reach more people with this cause. 

Please click the red “Donate Now” links to donate, and you may follow along with each day’s videos on this page below.

Thank you,

Chris Duffin

Day 29

Avg. Velocity | .43 m/s

 

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▪️DAY 29▪️ – The two other Chris’ – @chriscathcartheavyweight and @beardedbencher tying the all-time tandem speed record with a .43m/s pull without straps! – We are deadlifting 880lbs (400kg) every day for 30 days to raise money and awareness for children’s cancer. – We are partnering with @alexslemonade Alex’s Lemonade Stand, a kid’s cancer charity that raises money to fund cancer research specifically for children. It was started by a little girl named Alex when she was 4 years old. She raised over 1 million dollars by age 8 when she passed away from a cancer called Neuroblastoma. Our whole team was heartbroken when we heart Alex’s story from her mom Liz on a call. You can read more about the story at 880everyday.com or on the ALSF website. – Why are we doing this, and why am I using my platform and my company’s platform to do this? – Because Kabuki Strength’s 4th pillar is Charity, and we believe that making the world a better place through strength should involve giving freely and generously of our time, money, attention, resources, and platform. – Rather than simply drawing attention to ourselves, we’ve found that we can use feats of strength like this to create attention and awareness around a specific cause and have a call-to-action that encourages people to support the cause. – My ask of you is simple – please donate whatever you can, if you can, and share one of the daily videos on your platform as a way to reach more people with this cause. – Head over to 880everyday.com and you will be able to follow along as well as donate directly to Alex’s Lemonade Stand on the event page. – 880everyday.com Link in Bio – @doctor.deadlift @bridgeford242 @jerrypritchettstrongman @shawstrength @savickas_bigz @martinslicis @belkin_one_power @forsakenwarrior @dangreenpowerlifter @pozdeevk @ericlilliebridge @shawn.doyle308 @brandon_allen88 @tommartinpl #880everyday @alexslemonade @marksmellybell @therock @timferriss @joerogan @garyvee @mobilitywod @steficohen @kabukistrengthlab @smith.julian @jujimufu @thorbjornsson @schwarzenegger @danalinnbailey @shawstrength @mikeohearn @barbend

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Day 28

 

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▪️DAY 28▪️ – @forsakenwarrior is back! Thanks for coming back and hitting this again my friend! – We are deadlifting 880lbs (400kg) every day for 30 days to raise money and awareness for children’s cancer. – We are partnering with @alexslemonade Alex’s Lemonade Stand, a kid’s cancer charity that raises money to fund cancer research specifically for children. It was started by a little girl named Alex when she was 4 years old. She raised over 1 million dollars by age 8 when she passed away from a cancer called Neuroblastoma. Our whole team was heartbroken when we heart Alex’s story from her mom Liz on a call. You can read more about the story at 880everyday.com or on the ALSF website. – Why are we doing this, and why am I using my platform and my company’s platform to do this? – Because Kabuki Strength’s 4th pillar is Charity, and we believe that making the world a better place through strength should involve giving freely and generously of our time, money, attention, resources, and platform. – Rather than simply drawing attention to ourselves, we’ve found that we can use feats of strength like this to create attention and awareness around a specific cause and have a call-to-action that encourages people to support the cause. – My ask of you is simple – please donate whatever you can, if you can, and share one of the daily videos on your platform as a way to reach more people with this cause. – Head over to 880everyday.com and you will be able to follow along as well as donate directly to Alex’s Lemonade Stand on the event page. – 880everyday.com Link in Bio – @doctor.deadlift @bridgeford242 @jerrypritchettstrongman @shawstrength @savickas_bigz @martinslicis @belkin_one_power @forsakenwarrior @dangreenpowerlifter @pozdeevk @ericlilliebridge @shawn.doyle308 @brandon_allen88 @tommartinpl #880everyday @alexslemonade @marksmellybell @therock @timferriss @joerogan @garyvee @mobilitywod @steficohen @kabukistrengthlab @smith.julian @jujimufu @thorbjornsson @schwarzenegger @danalinnbailey @shawstrength @mikeohearn @barbend

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Day 27

 

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▪️DAY 27▪️ – Huge thanks to @jamal_b15 and @bigjohnconner for their 880lb pulls! Love seeing the community come together around a good cause. ❤️ – We are deadlifting 880lbs (400kg) every day for 30 days to raise money and awareness for children’s cancer. – We are partnering with @alexslemonade Alex’s Lemonade Stand, a kid’s cancer charity that raises money to fund cancer research specifically for children. It was started by a little girl named Alex when she was 4 years old. She raised over 1 million dollars by age 8 when she passed away from a cancer called Neuroblastoma. Our whole team was heartbroken when we heart Alex’s story from her mom Liz on a call. You can read more about the story at 880everyday.com or on the ALSF website. – Why are we doing this, and why am I using my platform and my company’s platform to do this? – Because Kabuki Strength’s 4th pillar is Charity, and we believe that making the world a better place through strength should involve giving freely and generously of our time, money, attention, resources, and platform. – Rather than simply drawing attention to ourselves, we’ve found that we can use feats of strength like this to create attention and awareness around a specific cause and have a call-to-action that encourages people to support the cause. – My ask of you is simple – please donate whatever you can, if you can, and share one of the daily videos on your platform as a way to reach more people with this cause. – Head over to 880everyday.com and you will be able to follow along as well as donate directly to Alex’s Lemonade Stand on the event page. – 880everyday.com Link in Bio – @doctor.deadlift @bridgeford242 @jerrypritchettstrongman @shawstrength @savickas_bigz @martinslicis @belkin_one_power @forsakenwarrior @dangreenpowerlifter @pozdeevk @ericlilliebridge @shawn.doyle308 @brandon_allen88 @tommartinpl #880everyday @alexslemonade @marksmellybell @therock @timferriss @joerogan @garyvee @mobilitywod @steficohen @kabukistrengthlab @smith.julian @jujimufu @thorbjornsson @schwarzenegger @danalinnbailey @shawstrength @mikeohearn @barbend

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Day 26

 

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▪️DAY 26▪️ – Big thanks to my friend @forsakenwarrior for being a part of this! He made a huge effort and figured we needed to post it up even if he didn’t pull this one off to finish. – We are deadlifting 880lbs (400kg) every day for 30 days to raise money and awareness for children’s cancer. – We are partnering with @alexslemonade Alex’s Lemonade Stand, a kid’s cancer charity that raises money to fund cancer research specifically for children. It was started by a little girl named Alex when she was 4 years old. She raised over 1 million dollars by age 8 when she passed away from a cancer called Neuroblastoma. Our whole team was heartbroken when we heart Alex’s story from her mom Liz on a call. You can read more about the story at 880everyday.com or on the ALSF website. – Why are we doing this, and why am I using my platform and my company’s platform to do this? – Because Kabuki Strength’s 4th pillar is Charity, and we believe that making the world a better place through strength should involve giving freely and generously of our time, money, attention, resources, and platform. – Rather than simply drawing attention to ourselves, we’ve found that we can use feats of strength like this to create attention and awareness around a specific cause and have a call-to-action that encourages people to support the cause. – My ask of you is simple – please donate whatever you can, if you can, and share one of the daily videos on your platform as a way to reach more people with this cause. – Head over to 880everyday.com and you will be able to follow along as well as donate directly to Alex’s Lemonade Stand on the event page. – 880everyday.com Link in Bio – @doctor.deadlift @bridgeford242 @jerrypritchettstrongman @shawstrength @savickas_bigz @martinslicis @belkin_one_power @forsakenwarrior @dangreenpowerlifter @pozdeevk @ericlilliebridge @shawn.doyle308 @brandon_allen88 @tommartinpl #880everyday @alexslemonade @marksmellybell @therock @timferriss @joerogan @garyvee @mobilitywod @steficohen @kabukistrengthlab @smith.julian @jujimufu @thorbjornsson @schwarzenegger @danalinnbailey @shawstrength @mikeohearn @barbend

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Day 25

Avg. Velocity | .43 m/s

 

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▪️DAY 25▪️ – @kabukistrengthlab team members @juan_2_3_ and @beardedbencher with the Day 25 tandem pull! ❤️ – We are deadlifting 880lbs (400kg) every day for 30 days to raise money and awareness for children’s cancer. – We are partnering with @alexslemonade Alex’s Lemonade Stand, a kid’s cancer charity that raises money to fund cancer research specifically for children. It was started by a little girl named Alex when she was 4 years old. She raised over 1 million dollars by age 8 when she passed away from a cancer called Neuroblastoma. Our whole team was heartbroken when we heart Alex’s story from her mom Liz on a call. You can read more about the story at 880everyday.com or on the ALSF website. – Why are we doing this, and why am I using my platform and my company’s platform to do this? – Because Kabuki Strength’s 4th pillar is Charity, and we believe that making the world a better place through strength should involve giving freely and generously of our time, money, attention, resources, and platform. – Rather than simply drawing attention to ourselves, we’ve found that we can use feats of strength like this to create attention and awareness around a specific cause and have a call-to-action that encourages people to support the cause. – My ask of you is simple – please donate whatever you can, if you can, and share one of the daily videos on your platform as a way to reach more people with this cause. – Head over to 880everyday.com and you will be able to follow along as well as donate directly to Alex’s Lemonade Stand on the event page. – 880everyday.com Link in Bio – @doctor.deadlift @bridgeford242 @jerrypritchettstrongman @shawstrength @savickas_bigz @martinslicis @belkin_one_power @forsakenwarrior @dangreenpowerlifter @pozdeevk @ericlilliebridge @shawn.doyle308 @brandon_allen88 @tommartinpl #880everyday @alexslemonade @marksmellybell @therock @timferriss @joerogan @garyvee @mobilitywod @steficohen @kabukistrengthlab @smith.julian @jujimufu @thorbjornsson @schwarzenegger @danalinnbailey @shawstrength @mikeohearn @barbend

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Day 24

 

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▪️DAY 24▪️ – Rudy @rudykadlub and @kabukistrengthlab member Paul jumped in to hit 880lb in tandem today! Cool fact: Paul is a retired Marine and active Skydiver who is recovering from a skydiving incident where he fractured his back! – We are deadlifting 880lbs (400kg) every day for 30 days to raise money and awareness for children’s cancer. – We are partnering with @alexslemonade Alex’s Lemonade Stand, a kid’s cancer charity that raises money to fund cancer research specifically for children. It was started by a little girl named Alex when she was 4 years old. She raised over 1 million dollars by age 8 when she passed away from a cancer called Neuroblastoma. Our whole team was heartbroken when we heart Alex’s story from her mom Liz on a call. You can read more about the story at 880everyday.com or on the ALSF website. – Why are we doing this, and why am I using my platform and my company’s platform to do this? – Because Kabuki Strength’s 4th pillar is Charity, and we believe that making the world a better place through strength should involve giving freely and generously of our time, money, attention, resources, and platform. – Rather than simply drawing attention to ourselves, we’ve found that we can use feats of strength like this to create attention and awareness around a specific cause and have a call-to-action that encourages people to support the cause. – My ask of you is simple – please donate whatever you can, if you can, and share one of the daily videos on your platform as a way to reach more people with this cause. – Head over to 880everyday.com and you will be able to follow along as well as donate directly to Alex’s Lemonade Stand on the event page. – 880everyday.com Link in Bio – @doctor.deadlift @bridgeford242 @jerrypritchettstrongman @shawstrength @savickas_bigz @martinslicis @belkin_one_power @forsakenwarrior @dangreenpowerlifter @pozdeevk @ericlilliebridge @shawn.doyle308 @brandon_allen88 @tommartinpl #880everyday @alexslemonade @marksmellybell @therock @timferriss @joerogan @garyvee @mobilitywod @steficohen @kabukistrengthlab @smith.julian @jujimufu @thorbjornsson @schwarzenegger @danalinnbailey @shawstrength @mikeohearn @barbend

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Day 23

 

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▪️DAY 23▪️ – Another day, another 880lb pull for @alexslemonade. This one by my friend and one of the greatest deadlifters of all time @doctor.deadlift. Thanks for helping out sir ❤️ – We are deadlifting 880lbs (400kg) every day for 30 days to raise money and awareness for children’s cancer. – We are partnering with @alexslemonade Alex’s Lemonade Stand, a kid’s cancer charity that raises money to fund cancer research specifically for children. It was started by a little girl named Alex when she was 4 years old. She raised over 1 million dollars by age 8 when she passed away from a cancer called Neuroblastoma. Our whole team was heartbroken when we heart Alex’s story from her mom Liz on a call. You can read more about the story at 880everyday.com or on the ALSF website. – Why are we doing this, and why am I using my platform and my company’s platform to do this? – Because Kabuki Strength’s 4th pillar is Charity, and we believe that making the world a better place through strength should involve giving freely and generously of our time, money, attention, resources, and platform. – Rather than simply drawing attention to ourselves, we’ve found that we can use feats of strength like this to create attention and awareness around a specific cause and have a call-to-action that encourages people to support the cause. – My ask of you is simple – please donate whatever you can, if you can, and share one of the daily videos on your platform as a way to reach more people with this cause. – Head over to 880everyday.com and you will be able to follow along as well as donate directly to Alex’s Lemonade Stand on the event page. – 880everyday.com Link in Bio – @doctor.deadlift @bridgeford242 @jerrypritchettstrongman @shawstrength @savickas_bigz @martinslicis @belkin_one_power @forsakenwarrior @dangreenpowerlifter @pozdeevk @ericlilliebridge @shawn.doyle308 @brandon_allen88 @tommartinpl #880everyday @alexslemonade @marksmellybell @therock @timferriss @joerogan @garyvee @mobilitywod @steficohen @kabukistrengthlab @smith.julian @jujimufu @thorbjornsson @schwarzenegger @danalinnbailey @shawstrength @mikeohearn @realworld_tactical @barbend

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Day 22

 

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▪️DAY 22▪️ – @brady_cable aka The Prodigy aka The Gift aka Daddy Long Arms with 880lb off blocks. He worked up to 765 raw (also in this video) with a hook grip off the floor. Unreal strength and form, so proud of this guy. ❤️ – We are deadlifting 880lbs (400kg) every day for 30 days to raise money and awareness for children’s cancer. – We are partnering with @alexslemonade Alex’s Lemonade Stand, a kid’s cancer charity that raises money to fund cancer research specifically for children. It was started by a little girl named Alex when she was 4 years old. She raised over 1 million dollars by age 8 when she passed away from a cancer called Neuroblastoma. Our whole team was heartbroken when we heart Alex’s story from her mom Liz on a call. You can read more about the story at 880everyday.com or on the ALSF website. – Why are we doing this, and why am I using my platform and my company’s platform to do this? – Because Kabuki Strength’s 4th pillar is Charity, and we believe that making the world a better place through strength should involve giving freely and generously of our time, money, attention, resources, and platform. – Rather than simply drawing attention to ourselves, we’ve found that we can use feats of strength like this to create attention and awareness around a specific cause and have a call-to-action that encourages people to support the cause. – My ask of you is simple – please donate whatever you can, if you can, and share one of the daily videos on your platform as a way to reach more people with this cause. – Head over to 880everyday.com and you will be able to follow along as well as donate directly to Alex’s Lemonade Stand on the event page. – 880everyday.com Link in Bio – @doctor.deadlift @bridgeford242 @jerrypritchettstrongman @shawstrength @savickas_bigz @martinslicis @belkin_one_power @forsakenwarrior @dangreenpowerlifter @pozdeevk @ericlilliebridge @shawn.doyle308 @brandon_allen88 @tommartinpl #880everyday @alexslemonade @marksmellybell @therock @timferriss @joerogan @garyvee @mobilitywod @steficohen @kabukistrengthlab @smith.julian @jujimufu @thorbjornsson @schwarzenegger @danalinnbailey @shawstrength @mikeohearn @realworld_tactical @barbend

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Day 21

 

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▪️DAY 21▪️ – Thanks to @kabukistrengthlab members @jason_power_beast and @adventures_of_zacktacular. This is the fastest tandem pull we’ve seen so far! Can anyone beat .41 m/s? – We are deadlifting 880lbs (400kg) every day for 30 days to raise money and awareness for children’s cancer. – We are partnering with @alexslemonade Alex’s Lemonade Stand, a kid’s cancer charity that raises money to fund cancer research specifically for children. It was started by a little girl named Alex when she was 4 years old. She raised over 1 million dollars by age 8 when she passed away from a cancer called Neuroblastoma. Our whole team was heartbroken when we heart Alex’s story from her mom Liz on a call. You can read more about the story at 880everyday.com or on the ALSF website. – Why are we doing this, and why am I using my platform and my company’s platform to do this? – Because Kabuki Strength’s 4th pillar is Charity, and we believe that making the world a better place through strength should involve giving freely and generously of our time, money, attention, resources, and platform. – Rather than simply drawing attention to ourselves, we’ve found that we can use feats of strength like this to create attention and awareness around a specific cause and have a call-to-action that encourages people to support the cause. – My ask of you is simple – please donate whatever you can, if you can, and share one of the daily videos on your platform as a way to reach more people with this cause. – Head over to 880everyday.com and you will be able to follow along as well as donate directly to Alex’s Lemonade Stand on the event page. – 880everyday.com Link in Bio – @doctor.deadlift @bridgeford242 @jerrypritchettstrongman @shawstrength @savickas_bigz @martinslicis @belkin_one_power @forsakenwarrior @dangreenpowerlifter @pozdeevk @ericlilliebridge @shawn.doyle308 @brandon_allen88 @tommartinpl #880everyday @alexslemonade @marksmellybell @therock @timferriss @joerogan @garyvee @mobilitywod @steficohen @kabukistrengthlab @smith.julian @jujimufu @thorbjornsson @schwarzenegger @danalinnbailey @shawstrength @mikeohearn @realworld_tactical @barbend

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Day 20

 

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▪️DAY 20▪️ Thanks to my friend @jerrypritchettstrongman and his crew for supporting this cause! – We are deadlifting 880lbs (400kg) every day for 30 days to raise money and awareness for children’s cancer. – We are partnering with @alexslemonade Alex’s Lemonade Stand, a kid’s cancer charity that raises money to fund cancer research specifically for children. It was started by a little girl named Alex when she was 4 years old. She raised over 1 million dollars by age 8 when she passed away from a cancer called Neuroblastoma. Our whole team was heartbroken when we heart Alex’s story from her mom Liz on a call. You can read more about the story at 880everyday.com or on the ALSF website. – Why are we doing this, and why am I using my platform and my company’s platform to do this? – Because Kabuki Strength’s 4th pillar is Charity, and we believe that making the world a better place through strength should involve giving freely and generously of our time, money, attention, resources, and platform. – Rather than simply drawing attention to ourselves, we’ve found that we can use feats of strength like this to create attention and awareness around a specific cause and have a call-to-action that encourages people to support the cause. – My ask of you is simple – please donate whatever you can, if you can, and share one of the daily videos on your platform as a way to reach more people with this cause. – Head over to 880everyday.com and you will be able to follow along as well as donate directly to Alex’s Lemonade Stand on the event page. – 880everyday.com Link in Bio – @doctor.deadlift @bridgeford242 @jerrypritchettstrongman @shawstrength @savickas_bigz @martinslicis @belkin_one_power @forsakenwarrior @dangreenpowerlifter @pozdeevk @ericlilliebridge @shawn.doyle308 @brandon_allen88 @tommartinpl #880everyday @alexslemonade @marksmellybell @therock @timferriss @joerogan @garyvee @mobilitywod @steficohen @kabukistrengthlab @smith.julian @jujimufu @thorbjornsson @schwarzenegger @danalinnbailey @shawstrength @mikeohearn @realworld_tactical @barbend

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Day 19

Avg. Velocity | .40 m/s

 

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▪️DAY 19▪️ @dustinbeaufuhs and @young_strength_165 – We are deadlifting 880lbs (400kg) every day for 30 days to raise money and awareness for children’s cancer. – We are partnering with @alexslemonade Alex’s Lemonade Stand, a kid’s cancer charity that raises money to fund cancer research specifically for children. It was started by a little girl named Alex when she was 4 years old. She raised over 1 million dollars by age 8 when she passed away from a cancer called Neuroblastoma. Our whole team was heartbroken when we heart Alex’s story from her mom Liz on a call. You can read more about the story at 880everyday.com or on the ALSF website. – Why are we doing this, and why am I using my platform and my company’s platform to do this? – Because Kabuki Strength’s 4th pillar is Charity, and we believe that making the world a better place through strength should involve giving freely and generously of our time, money, attention, resources, and platform. – Rather than simply drawing attention to ourselves, we’ve found that we can use feats of strength like this to create attention and awareness around a specific cause and have a call-to-action that encourages people to support the cause. – My ask of you is simple – please donate whatever you can, if you can, and share one of the daily videos on your platform as a way to reach more people with this cause. – Head over to 880everyday.com and you will be able to follow along as well as donate directly to Alex’s Lemonade Stand on the event page. – 880everyday.com Link in Bio – @doctor.deadlift @bridgeford242 @jerrypritchettstrongman @shawstrength @savickas_bigz @martinslicis @belkin_one_power @forsakenwarrior @dangreenpowerlifter @pozdeevk @ericlilliebridge @shawn.doyle308 @brandon_allen88 @tommartinpl #880everyday @alexslemonade @marksmellybell @therock @timferriss @joerogan @garyvee @mobilitywod @steficohen @kabukistrengthlab @smith.julian @jujimufu @thorbjornsson @schwarzenegger @danalinnbailey @shawstrength @mikeohearn @realworld_tactical @barbend

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Day 18

 

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▪️DAY 18▪️ @colbystrunk and @cassandralamadrid (Cassie weighs 100lbs) – We are deadlifting 880lbs (400kg) every day for 30 days to raise money and awareness for children’s cancer. – We are partnering with @alexslemonade Alex’s Lemonade Stand, a kid’s cancer charity that raises money to fund cancer research specifically for children. It was started by a little girl named Alex when she was 4 years old. She raised over 1 million dollars by age 8 when she passed away from a cancer called Neuroblastoma. Our whole team was heartbroken when we heart Alex’s story from her mom Liz on a call. You can read more about the story at 880everyday.com or on the ALSF website. – Why are we doing this, and why am I using my platform and my company’s platform to do this? – Because Kabuki Strength’s 4th pillar is Charity, and we believe that making the world a better place through strength should involve giving freely and generously of our time, money, attention, resources, and platform. – Rather than simply drawing attention to ourselves, we’ve found that we can use feats of strength like this to create attention and awareness around a specific cause and have a call-to-action that encourages people to support the cause. – My ask of you is simple – please donate whatever you can, if you can, and share one of the daily videos on your platform as a way to reach more people with this cause. – Head over to 880everyday.com and you will be able to follow along as well as donate directly to Alex’s Lemonade Stand on the event page. – 880everyday.com Link in Bio – @doctor.deadlift @bridgeford242 @jerrypritchettstrongman @shawstrength @savickas_bigz @martinslicis @belkin_one_power @forsakenwarrior @dangreenpowerlifter @pozdeevk @ericlilliebridge @shawn.doyle308 @brandon_allen88 @tommartinpl #880everyday @alexslemonade @marksmellybell @therock @timferriss @joerogan @garyvee @mobilitywod @steficohen @kabukistrengthlab @smith.julian @jujimufu @thorbjornsson @schwarzenegger @danalinnbailey @shawstrength @mikeohearn @realworld_tactical @barbend

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Day 17

Avg. Velocity | .39 m/s

 

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▪️DAY 17▪️ – We are deadlifting 880lbs (400kg) every day for 30 days to raise money and awareness for children’s cancer. – We are partnering with @alexslemonade Alex’s Lemonade Stand, a kid’s cancer charity that raises money to fund cancer research specifically for children. It was started by a little girl named Alex when she was 4 years old. She raised over 1 million dollars by age 8 when she passed away from a cancer called Neuroblastoma. Our whole team was heartbroken when we heart Alex’s story from her mom Liz on a call. You can read more about the story at 880everyday.com or on the ALSF website. – Why are we doing this, and why am I using my platform and my company’s platform to do this? – Because Kabuki Strength’s 4th pillar is Charity, and we believe that making the world a better place through strength should involve giving freely and generously of our time, money, attention, resources, and platform. – Rather than simply drawing attention to ourselves, we’ve found that we can use feats of strength like this to create attention and awareness around a specific cause and have a call-to-action that encourages people to support the cause. – My ask of you is simple – please donate whatever you can, if you can, and share one of the daily videos on your platform as a way to reach more people with this cause. – Head over to 880everyday.com and you will be able to follow along as well as donate directly to Alex’s Lemonade Stand on the event page. – 880everyday.com Link in Bio – @doctor.deadlift @bridgeford242 @jerrypritchettstrongman @shawstrength @savickas_bigz @martinslicis @belkin_one_power @forsakenwarrior @dangreenpowerlifter @pozdeevk @ericlilliebridge @shawn.doyle308 @brandon_allen88 @tommartinpl #880everyday @alexslemonade @marksmellybell @therock @timferriss @joerogan @garyvee @mobilitywod @steficohen @kabukistrengthlab @smith.julian @jujimufu @thorbjornsson @schwarzenegger @danalinnbailey @shawstrength @mikeohearn @realworld_tactical @barbend

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INJURY UPDATE

 

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As you probably figured from the Day 16 video I posted earlier, I hurt my hamstring during that pull yesterday. So what happens now? – The spirit behind this challenge is much more about @alexslemonade Alex’s Lemonade Stand and raising money to support kid’s cancer research than it is about any one person deadlifting. Although I may not be able to continue, as a team we committed to raising awareness and money for @alexslemonade for 30 days, so that’s exactly what we are going to do. Coach Kyle @young_strength_165 came up with the idea of having two members of our team continue pulling the 880lbs (400kg) every day for the remaining 14 days, starting with Day 17 tomorrow. – We would also like to invite other lifters who can pull this weight to do so for one or more of the remaining 14 days, and Kabuki Strength @kabukistrengthlab will donate $250 on their behalf to Alex’s Lemonade Stand. Feel free to invite lifters by tagging them in the comments. – There is a huge meet going on this weekend in Australia – Big Dogs 3 – where the strongest lifters in the world are competing and we are sure to see 400kg+ deadlifts. Kabuki Strength will donate $250 for each 400kg+ deadlift pulled at this meet! – Thank you for the almost 100 of you who have donated to support this cause and for following along and supporting me these last 16 days. Let’s finish this thing stronger than we started! – @doctor.deadlift @bridgeford242 @jerrypritchettstrongman @shawstrength @savickas_bigz @martinslicis @belkin_one_power @forsakenwarrior @dangreenpowerlifter @pozdeevk @ericlilliebridge @shawn.doyle308 @brandon_allen88 @tommartinpl @#880everyday @alexslemonade @marksmellybell @therock @timferriss @joerogan @garyvee @mobilitywod @steficohen @kabukistrengthlab @smith.julian @jujimufu @thorbjornsson @schwarzenegger @danalinnbailey @shawstrength @mikeohearn @realworld_tactical @barbend

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Day 16

Avg. Velocity | .14 m/s

 

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▪️DAY 16▪️ – I am deadlifting 880lbs (400kg) every day for 30 days to raise money and awareness for children’s cancer. – We are partnering with @alexslemonade Alex’s Lemonade Stand, a kid’s cancer charity that raises money to fund cancer research specifically for children. It was started by a little girl named Alex when she was 4 years old. She raised over 1 million dollars by age 8 when she passed away from a cancer called Neuroblastoma. Our whole team was heartbroken when we heart Alex’s story from her mom Liz on a call. You can read more about the story at 880everyday.com or on the ALSF website. – Why are we doing this, and why am I using my platform and my company’s platform to do this? – Because Kabuki Strength’s 4th pillar is Charity, and we believe that making the world a better place through strength should involve giving freely and generously of our time, money, attention, resources, and platform. – Rather than simply drawing attention to ourselves, we’ve found that we can use feats of strength like this to create attention and awareness around a specific cause and have a call-to-action that encourages people to support the cause. – My ask of you is simple – please donate whatever you can, if you can, and share one of the daily videos on your platform as a way to reach more people with this cause. – Head over to 880everyday.com and you will be able to follow along as well as donate directly to Alex’s Lemonade Stand on the event page. – 880everyday.com Link in Bio – #880everyday @alexslemonade @marksmellybell @therock @timferriss @joerogan @garyvee @mobilitywod @steficohen @kabukistrengthlab @smith.julian @jujimufu @thorbjornsson @schwarzenegger @danalinnbailey @shawstrength @mikeohearn @realworld_tactical @barbend

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Day 15

Avg. Velocity | .15 m/s

 

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▪️DAY 15▪️ – I am deadlifting 880lbs (400kg) every day for 30 days to raise money and awareness for children’s cancer. – We are partnering with @alexslemonade Alex’s Lemonade Stand, a kid’s cancer charity that raises money to fund cancer research specifically for children. It was started by a little girl named Alex when she was 4 years old. She raised over 1 million dollars by age 8 when she passed away from a cancer called Neuroblastoma. Our whole team was heartbroken when we heart Alex’s story from her mom Liz on a call. You can read more about the story at 880everyday.com or on the ALSF website. – Why are we doing this, and why am I using my platform and my company’s platform to do this? – Because Kabuki Strength’s 4th pillar is Charity, and we believe that making the world a better place through strength should involve giving freely and generously of our time, money, attention, resources, and platform. – Rather than simply drawing attention to ourselves, we’ve found that we can use feats of strength like this to create attention and awareness around a specific cause and have a call-to-action that encourages people to support the cause. – My ask of you is simple – please donate whatever you can, if you can, and share one of the daily videos on your platform as a way to reach more people with this cause. – Head over to 880everyday.com and you will be able to follow along as well as donate directly to Alex’s Lemonade Stand on the event page. – 880everyday.com Link in Bio – #880everyday @alexslemonade @marksmellybell @therock @timferriss @joerogan @garyvee @mobilitywod @steficohen @kabukistrengthlab @smith.julian @jujimufu @thorbjornsson @schwarzenegger @danalinnbailey @shawstrength @mikeohearn @realworld_tactical @barbend

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Day 14

Avg. Velocity | .16 m/s

 

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▪️DAY 14▪️ – I am deadlifting 880lbs (400kg) every day for 30 days to raise money and awareness for children’s cancer. – We are partnering with @alexslemonade Alex’s Lemonade Stand, a kid’s cancer charity that raises money to fund cancer research specifically for children. It was started by a little girl named Alex when she was 4 years old. She raised over 1 million dollars by age 8 when she passed away from a cancer called Neuroblastoma. Our whole team was heartbroken when we heart Alex’s story from her mom Liz on a call. You can read more about the story at 880everyday.com or on the ALSF website. – Why are we doing this, and why am I using my platform and my company’s platform to do this? – Because Kabuki Strength’s 4th pillar is Charity, and we believe that making the world a better place through strength should involve giving freely and generously of our time, money, attention, resources, and platform. – Rather than simply drawing attention to ourselves, we’ve found that we can use feats of strength like this to create attention and awareness around a specific cause and have a call-to-action that encourages people to support the cause. – My ask of you is simple – please donate whatever you can, if you can, and share one of the daily videos on your platform as a way to reach more people with this cause. – Head over to 880everyday.com and you will be able to follow along as well as donate directly to Alex’s Lemonade Stand on the event page. – 880everyday.com Link in Bio – #880everyday @alexslemonade @marksmellybell @therock @timferriss @joerogan @garyvee @mobilitywod @steficohen @kabukistrengthlab @smith.julian @jujimufu @thorbjornsson @schwarzenegger @danalinnbailey @shawstrength @mikeohearn @realworld_tactical @barbend

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Day 13

Avg. Velocity | .08 m/s

 

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▪️DAY 13▪️ – I am deadlifting 880lbs (400kg) every day for 30 days to raise money and awareness for children’s cancer. – We are partnering with @alexslemonade Alex’s Lemonade Stand, a kid’s cancer charity that raises money to fund cancer research specifically for children. It was started by a little girl named Alex when she was 4 years old. She raised over 1 million dollars by age 8 when she passed away from a cancer called Neuroblastoma. Our whole team was heartbroken when we heart Alex’s story from her mom Liz on a call. You can read more about the story at 880everyday.com or on the ALSF website. – Why are we doing this, and why am I using my platform and my company’s platform to do this? – Because Kabuki Strength’s 4th pillar is Charity, and we believe that making the world a better place through strength should involve giving freely and generously of our time, money, attention, resources, and platform. – Rather than simply drawing attention to ourselves, we’ve found that we can use feats of strength like this to create attention and awareness around a specific cause and have a call-to-action that encourages people to support the cause. – My ask of you is simple – please donate whatever you can, if you can, and share one of the daily videos on your platform as a way to reach more people with this cause. – Head over to 880everyday.com and you will be able to follow along as well as donate directly to Alex’s Lemonade Stand on the event page. – 880everyday.com Link in Bio – #880everyday @alexslemonade @marksmellybell @therock @timferriss @joerogan @garyvee @mobilitywod @steficohen @kabukistrengthlab @smith.julian @jujimufu @thorbjornsson @schwarzenegger @danalinnbailey @shawstrength @mikeohearn @realworld_tactical @barbend

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Day 12

Avg. Velocity | .14 m/s

 

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▪️DAY 12▪️ – I am deadlifting 880lbs (400kg) every day for 30 days to raise money and awareness for children’s cancer. – We are partnering with @alexslemonade Alex’s Lemonade Stand, a kid’s cancer charity that raises money to fund cancer research specifically for children. It was started by a little girl named Alex when she was 4 years old. She raised over 1 million dollars by age 8 when she passed away from a cancer called Neuroblastoma. Our whole team was heartbroken when we heart Alex’s story from her mom Liz on a call. You can read more about the story at 880everyday.com or on the ALSF website. – Why are we doing this, and why am I using my platform and my company’s platform to do this? – Because Kabuki Strength’s 4th pillar is Charity, and we believe that making the world a better place through strength should involve giving freely and generously of our time, money, attention, resources, and platform. – Rather than simply drawing attention to ourselves, we’ve found that we can use feats of strength like this to create attention and awareness around a specific cause and have a call-to-action that encourages people to support the cause. – My ask of you is simple – please donate whatever you can, if you can, and share one of the daily videos on your platform as a way to reach more people with this cause. – Head over to 880everyday.com and you will be able to follow along as well as donate directly to Alex’s Lemonade Stand on the event page. – 880everyday.com Link in Bio – #880everyday @alexslemonade @marksmellybell @therock @timferriss @joerogan @garyvee @mobilitywod @steficohen @kabukistrengthlab @smith.julian @jujimufu @thorbjornsson @schwarzenegger @danalinnbailey @shawstrength @mikeohearn @realworld_tactical @barbend

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Day 11

Avg. Velocity | .11 m/s

 

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▪️DAY 11▪️ – I am deadlifting 880lbs (400kg) every day for 30 days to raise money and awareness for children’s cancer. – We are partnering with @alexslemonade Alex’s Lemonade Stand, a kid’s cancer charity that raises money to fund cancer research specifically for children. It was started by a little girl named Alex when she was 4 years old. She raised over 1 million dollars by age 8 when she passed away from a cancer called Neuroblastoma. Our whole team was heartbroken when we heart Alex’s story from her mom Liz on a call. You can read more about the story at 880everyday.com or on the ALSF website. – Why are we doing this, and why am I using my platform and my company’s platform to do this? – Because Kabuki Strength’s 4th pillar is Charity, and we believe that making the world a better place through strength should involve giving freely and generously of our time, money, attention, resources, and platform. – Rather than simply drawing attention to ourselves, we’ve found that we can use feats of strength like this to create attention and awareness around a specific cause and have a call-to-action that encourages people to support the cause. – My ask of you is simple – please donate whatever you can, if you can, and share one of the daily videos on your platform as a way to reach more people with this cause. – Head over to 880everyday.com and you will be able to follow along as well as donate directly to Alex’s Lemonade Stand on the event page. – 880everyday.com Link in Bio – #880everyday @alexslemonade @marksmellybell @therock @timferriss @joerogan @garyvee @mobilitywod @steficohen @kabukistrengthlab @smith.julian @jujimufu @thorbjornsson @schwarzenegger @danalinnbailey @shawstrength @mikeohearn @realworld_tactical @barbend

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Day 10

Avg. Velocity | .14 m/s

 

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▪️DAY 10▪️ – I am deadlifting 880lbs (400kg) every day for 30 days to raise money and awareness for children’s cancer. – We are partnering with @alexslemonade Alex’s Lemonade Stand, a kid’s cancer charity that raises money to fund cancer research specifically for children. It was started by a little girl named Alex when she was 4 years old. She raised over 1 million dollars by age 8 when she passed away from a cancer called Neuroblastoma. Our whole team was heartbroken when we heart Alex’s story from her mom Liz on a call. You can read more about the story at 880everyday.com or on the ALSF website. – Why are we doing this, and why am I using my platform and my company’s platform to do this? – Because Kabuki Strength’s 4th pillar is Charity, and we believe that making the world a better place through strength should involve giving freely and generously of our time, money, attention, resources, and platform. – Rather than simply drawing attention to ourselves, we’ve found that we can use feats of strength like this to create attention and awareness around a specific cause and have a call-to-action that encourages people to support the cause. – My ask of you is simple – please donate whatever you can, if you can, and share one of the daily videos on your platform as a way to reach more people with this cause. – Head over to 880everyday.com and you will be able to follow along as well as donate directly to Alex’s Lemonade Stand on the event page. – 880everyday.com Link in Bio – #880everyday @alexslemonade @marksmellybell @therock @timferriss @joerogan @garyvee @mobilitywod @steficohen @kabukistrengthlab @smith.julian @jujimufu @thorbjornsson @schwarzenegger @danalinnbailey @shawstrength @mikeohearn @realworld_tactical @barbend

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Day 9

Avg. Velocity | .15 m/s

 

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▪️DAY 9▪️ – I am deadlifting 880lbs (400kg) every day for 30 days to raise money and awareness for children’s cancer. – We are partnering with @alexslemonade Alex’s Lemonade Stand, a kid’s cancer charity that raises money to fund cancer research specifically for children. It was started by a little girl named Alex when she was 4 years old. She raised over 1 million dollars by age 8 when she passed away from a cancer called Neuroblastoma. Our whole team was heartbroken when we heart Alex’s story from her mom Liz on a call. You can read more about the story at 880everyday.com or on the ALSF website. – Why are we doing this, and why am I using my platform and my company’s platform to do this? – Because Kabuki Strength’s 4th pillar is Charity, and we believe that making the world a better place through strength should involve giving freely and generously of our time, money, attention, resources, and platform. – Rather than simply drawing attention to ourselves, we’ve found that we can use feats of strength like this to create attention and awareness around a specific cause and have a call-to-action that encourages people to support the cause. – My ask of you is simple – please donate whatever you can, if you can, and share one of the daily videos on your platform as a way to reach more people with this cause. – Head over to 880everyday.com and you will be able to follow along as well as donate directly to Alex’s Lemonade Stand on the event page. – 880everyday.com Link in Bio – #880everyday @alexslemonade @marksmellybell @therock @timferriss @joerogan @garyvee @mobilitywod @steficohen @kabukistrengthlab @smith.julian @jujimufu @thorbjornsson @schwarzenegger @danalinnbailey @shawstrength @mikeohearn @realworld_tactical @barbend

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Day 8

Avg. Velocity | .05 m/s

 

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▪️DAY 8▪️Speed .05m/s – I almost derailed the whole plan today with not respecting the weight. The weight rolled out in front of me on the setup. Instead of getting setup again I decided to just try and pull it back into place in the middle of it. Thus making the multiple attempts to pull into the bar that you have not seen in the other videos. My attempt to just pull the weight even with it out of position resulted in a complete Max-Effort pull. Guess I have to respect that 400kg 😝. Going to take tomorrow off to regroup both physically and mentally after this grinder. – I am deadlifting 880lbs (400kg) every day for 30 days to raise money and awareness for children’s cancer. – We are partnering with @alexslemonade Alex’s Lemonade Stand, a kid’s cancer charity that raises money to fund cancer research specifically for children. It was started by a little girl named Alex when she was 4 years old. She raised over 1 million dollars by age 8 when she passed away from a cancer called Neuroblastoma. Our whole team was heartbroken when we heart Alex’s story from her mom Liz on a call. You can read more about the story at 880everyday.com or on the ALSF website. – Why are we doing this, and why am I using my platform and my company’s platform to do this? – Because Kabuki Strength’s 4th pillar is Charity, and we believe that making the world a better place through strength should involve giving freely and generously of our time, money, attention, resources, and platform. – Rather than simply drawing attention to ourselves, we’ve found that we can use feats of strength like this to create attention and awareness around a specific cause and have a call-to-action that encourages people to support the cause. – My ask of you is simple – please donate whatever you can, if you can, and share one of the daily videos on your platform as a way to reach more people with this cause. – Head over to 880everyday.com and you will be able to follow along as well as donate directly to Alex’s Lemonade Stand on the event page. – 880everyday.com Link in Bio – #880everyday @alexslemonade @marksmellybell @therock @timferriss @joerogan @garyvee @mobilitywod @steficohen @smith.julian

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Day 7 + Recap of Days 1-6

Avg. Velocity | .14 m/s

 

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▪️DAY 7▪️ – Days 6,5,4,3,2,1 also shown. Please share this video! – I am deadlifting 880lbs (400kg) every day for 30 days to raise money and awareness for children’s cancer. – We are partnering with @alexslemonade Alex’s Lemonade Stand, a kid’s cancer charity that raises money to fund cancer research specifically for children. It was started by a little girl named Alex when she was 4 years old. She raised over 1 million dollars by age 8 when she passed away from a cancer called Neuroblastoma. Our whole team was heartbroken when we heart Alex’s story from her mom Liz on a call. You can read more about the story at 880everyday.com or on the ALSF website. – Why are we doing this, and why am I using my platform and my company’s platform to do this? – Because Kabuki Strength’s 4th pillar is Charity, and we believe that making the world a better place through strength should involve giving freely and generously of our time, money, attention, resources, and platform. – Rather than simply drawing attention to ourselves, we’ve found that we can use feats of strength like this to create attention and awareness around a specific cause and have a call-to-action that encourages people to support the cause. – My ask of you is simple – please donate whatever you can, if you can, and share one of the daily videos on your platform as a way to reach more people with this cause. – Head over to 880everyday.com and you will be able to follow along as well as donate directly to Alex’s Lemonade Stand on the event page. – 880everyday.com Link in Bio – #880everyday @alexslemonade @marksmellybell @therock @timferriss @joerogan @garyvee @mobilitywod @steficohen @kabukistrengthlab @smith.julian @jujimufu @thorbjornsson @schwarzenegger @danalinnbailey @shawstrength @mikeohearn @realworld_tactical @barbend

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Day 6

Avg. Velocity | .13 m/s

 

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▪️DAY 6▪️ – I am deadlifting 880lbs (400kg) every day for 30 days to raise money and awareness for children’s cancer. – We are partnering with @alexslemonade Alex’s Lemonade Stand, a kid’s cancer charity that raises money to fund cancer research specifically for children. It was started by a little girl named Alex when she was 4 years old. She raised over 1 million dollars by age 8 when she passed away from a cancer called Neuroblastoma. Our whole team was heartbroken when we heart Alex’s story from her mom Liz on a call. You can read more about the story at 880everyday.com or on the ALSF website. – Why are we doing this, and why am I using my platform and my company’s platform to do this? – Because Kabuki Strength’s 4th pillar is Charity, and we believe that making the world a better place through strength should involve giving freely and generously of our time, money, attention, resources, and platform. – Rather than simply drawing attention to ourselves, we’ve found that we can use feats of strength like this to create attention and awareness around a specific cause and have a call-to-action that encourages people to support the cause. – My ask of you is simple – please donate whatever you can, if you can, and share one of the daily videos on your platform as a way to reach more people with this cause. – Head over to 880everyday.com and you will be able to follow along as well as donate directly to Alex’s Lemonade Stand on the event page. – 880everyday.com Link in Bio – #880everyday @alexslemonade @marksmellybell @therock @timferriss @joerogan @garyvee @mobilitywod @steficohen @kabukistrengthlab @smith.julian @jujimufu @thorbjornsson @schwarzenegger @danalinnbailey @shawstrength @mikeohearn @realworld_tactical @barbend

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Day 5

Avg. Velocity | .15 m/s

 

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▪️DAY 5▪️ – I am deadlifting 880lbs (400kg) every day for 30 days to raise money and awareness for children’s cancer. – We are partnering with @alexslemonade Alex’s Lemonade Stand, a kid’s cancer charity that raises money to fund cancer research specifically for children. It was started by a little girl named Alex when she was 4 years old. She raised over 1 million dollars by age 8 when she passed away from a cancer called Neuroblastoma. Our whole team was heartbroken when we heart Alex’s story from her mom Liz on a call. You can read more about the story at 880everyday.com or on the ALSF website. – Why are we doing this, and why am I using my platform and my company’s platform to do this? – Because Kabuki Strength’s 4th pillar is Charity, and we believe that making the world a better place through strength should involve giving freely and generously of our time, money, attention, resources, and platform. – Rather than simply drawing attention to ourselves, we’ve found that we can use feats of strength like this to create attention and awareness around a specific cause and have a call-to-action that encourages people to support the cause. – My ask of you is simple – please donate whatever you can, if you can, and share one of the daily videos on your platform as a way to reach more people with this cause. – Head over to 880everyday.com and you will be able to follow along as well as donate directly to Alex’s Lemonade Stand on the event page. – 880everyday.com Link in Bio – #880everyday @alexslemonade @marksmellybell @therock @timferriss @joerogan @garyvee @mobilitywod @steficohen @kabukistrengthlab @smith.julian @jujimufu @thorbjornsson @schwarzenegger @danalinnbailey @shawstrength @mikeohearn @realworld_tactical @barbend

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Day 4

Avg. Velocity | .15 m/s

 

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▪️DAY 4▪️ – I am deadlifting 880lbs (400kg) every day for 30 days to raise money and awareness for children’s cancer. – We are partnering with @alexslemonade Alex’s Lemonade Stand, a kid’s cancer charity that raises money to fund cancer research specifically for children. It was started by a little girl named Alex when she was 4 years old. She raised over 1 million dollars by age 8 when she passed away from a cancer called Neuroblastoma. Our whole team was heartbroken when we heart Alex’s story from her mom Liz on a call. You can read more about the story at 880everyday.com or on the ALSF website. – Why are we doing this, and why am I using my platform and my company’s platform to do this? – Because Kabuki Strength’s 4th pillar is Charity, and we believe that making the world a better place through strength should involve giving freely and generously of our time, money, attention, resources, and platform. – Rather than simply drawing attention to ourselves, we’ve found that we can use feats of strength like this to create attention and awareness around a specific cause and have a call-to-action that encourages people to support the cause. – My ask of you is simple – please donate whatever you can, if you can, and share one of the daily videos on your platform as a way to reach more people with this cause. – Head over to 880everyday.com and you will be able to follow along as well as donate directly to Alex’s Lemonade Stand on the event page. – 880everyday.com Link in Bio – #880everyday @alexslemonade @marksmellybell @therock @timferriss @joerogan @garyvee @mobilitywod @steficohen @kabukistrengthlab @smith.julian @jujimufu @thorbjornsson @schwarzenegger @danalinnbailey @shawstrength @mikeohearn @realworld_tactical @barbend

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Day 3

Avg. Velocity | .20 m/s

 

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▪️DAY 3▪️ – I am deadlifting 880lbs (400kg) every day for 30 days to raise money and awareness for children’s cancer. – We are partnering with @alexslemonade Alex’s Lemonade Stand, a kid’s cancer charity that raises money to fund cancer research specifically for children. It was started by a little girl named Alex when she was 4 years old. She raised over 1 million dollars by age 8 when she passed away from a cancer called Neuroblastoma. Our whole team was heartbroken when we heart Alex’s story from her mom Liz on a call. You can read more about the story at 880everyday.com or on the ALSF website. – Why are we doing this, and why am I using my platform and my company’s platform to do this? – Because Kabuki Strength’s 4th pillar is Charity, and we believe that making the world a better place through strength should involve giving freely and generously of our time, money, attention, resources, and platform. – Rather than simply drawing attention to ourselves, we’ve found that we can use feats of strength like this to create attention and awareness around a specific cause and have a call-to-action that encourages people to support the cause. – My ask of you is simple – please donate whatever you can, if you can, and share one of the daily videos on your platform as a way to reach more people with this cause. – Head over to 880everyday.com and you will be able to follow along as well as donate directly to Alex’s Lemonade Stand on the event page. – 880everyday.com Link in Bio – #880everyday @alexslemonade @marksmellybell @therock @timferriss @joerogan @garyvee @mobilitywod @steficohen @kabukistrengthlab @smith.julian @jujimufu @thorbjornsson @schwarzenegger @danalinnbailey @shawstrength @mikeohearn @realworld_tactical @barbend

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Day 2

Avg. Velocity | .17 m/s

 

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▪️DAY 2▪️ – I am deadlifting 880lbs (400kg) every day for 30 days to raise money and awareness for children’s cancer. – We are partnering with @alexslemonade Alex’s Lemonade Stand, a kid’s cancer charity that raises money to fund cancer research specifically for children. It was started by a little girl named Alex when she was 4 years old. She raised over 1 million dollars by age 8 when she passed away from a cancer called Neuroblastoma. Our whole team was heartbroken when we heart Alex’s story from her mom Liz on a call. You can read more about the story at 880everyday.com or on the ALSF website. – Why are we doing this, and why am I using my platform and my company’s platform to do this? – Because Kabuki Strength’s 4th pillar is Charity, and we believe that making the world a better place through strength should involve giving freely and generously of our time, money, attention, resources, and platform. – Rather than simply drawing attention to ourselves, we’ve found that we can use feats of strength like this to create attention and awareness around a specific cause and have a call-to-action that encourages people to support the cause. – My ask of you is simple – please donate whatever you can, if you can, and share one of the daily videos on your platform as a way to reach more people with this cause. – Head over to 880everyday.com and you will be able to follow along as well as donate directly to Alex’s Lemonade Stand on the event page. – 880everyday.com Link in Bio – #880everyday @alexslemonade @marksmellybell @therock @timferriss @joerogan @garyvee @mobilitywod @steficohen @kabukistrengthlab @smith.julian @jujimufu @thorbjornsson @schwarzenegger @danalinnbailey @shawstrength @mikeohearn @realworld_tactical @barbend

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Day 1

Avg. Velocity | .15 m/s

 

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▪️DAY 1▪️ – Staring today, I am going to be deadlifting 880lbs (400kg) every day for 30 days. – We are partnering with Alex’s Lemonade Stand, a kid’s cancer charity that raises money to fund cancer research specifically for children. It was started by a little girl named Alex when she was 4 years old. She raised over 1 million dollars by age 8 when she passed away from a cancer called Neuroblastoma. Our whole team was heartbroken when we heart Alex’s story from her mom Liz on a call. You can read more about the story at 880everyday.com or on the ALSF website. – Why are we doing this, and why am I using my platform and my company’s platform to do this? – Because Kabuki Strength’s 4th pillar is Charity, and we believe that making the world a better place through strength should involve giving freely and generously of our time, money, attention, resources, and platform. – Rather than simply drawing attention to ourselves, we’ve found that we can use feats of strength like this to create attention and awareness around a specific cause and have a call-to-action that encourages people to support the cause. – My ask of you is simple – please donate whatever you can, if you can, and share one of the daily videos on your platform as a way to reach more people with this cause. – Head over to 880everyday.com and you will be able to follow along as well as donate directly to Alex’s Lemonade Stand on the event page. – 880everyday.com Link in Bio

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