Another Look At H.E. Mann

Posted on Monday, February 15th, 2016 by John Wood
Here’s another look at H.E. Mann who we have featured on this blog previously Mann continued to lift this bull daily until he could support a weight of well over 800 pounds on his shoulders.
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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.