H.E. Mann

Posted on Sunday, October 9th, 2011 by John Wood

Robert Edward “H.E” Mann, of Germantown, Tennessee, followed in the footsteps of Milo of Crotona… He began with a 35-pound Jersey bull calf and lifted it daily. A year later, the bull weighed in at over 500 pounds. The animal kept growing and Mann kept training — eventually the bull weighed over 800 pounds, and Mann was able to carry it 60 yards on his back.
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