Martins Licis Obtained Hit by a Freakin’ Automotive, and He is Nonetheless Coaching | Muscle & Health

Have you ever ever felt such as you have been hit by a car the day after an intense training session? It’s not a nice sensation, and also you may even really feel like taking a break from the health club simply to let your physique heal — except you’re the reigning World’s Strongest Man Martins Licis, that’s.

Martins revealed he was hit by an precise automotive and remains to be coaching in an effort to retain his crown.

In an Instagram publish and on his YouTube channel, the 2019 World’s Strongest Man stated he was driving his bike at a four-way intersection when a automotive ran a cease signal and hit him. Martins, on his YouTube channel, stated his bike’s brakes weren’t working that properly on the time of the crash, however he was in a position to swerve to keep away from a head-on collision.

Sadly, Martins was nonetheless left with a bloodied arm and a badly-injured tailbone (which, he says, may be fractured). So as to add insult to damage, the driving force left the scene of the crash whereas Martins was nonetheless on the bottom.

Fortunately for Martins, he walked away from the crash with none damaged bones or main accidents, and felt adequate to fly to St. Louis and meet with Dr. Aaron Horschig, a bodily therapist, power coach, and founding father of Squat College.

In one in all his newest Instagram posts, he may also be seen squatting 400-plus kilos and crushing some farmer’s carries. Not unhealthy for a man who received hit by a automotive not that way back.

With about 14 weeks left till the 2020 World’s Strongest Man, scheduled to happen in Florida, Martins is definitely doing all the pieces he can to assert back-to-back victories. And whereas rivals like four-time winner Brian Shaw and rising star Mateusz Kieliszkowski are certain to present him a run for his cash, the competitors does appear to be a bit simpler now that Hafþór Júlíus Björnsson determined to retire from Strongman.

We’ll be keeping track of Martins’ restoration.