Dennis Rogers is a retired arm-wrestling champion and current Grandmaster Strongman who travels the world performing incredible feats of strength. Between his live and televised appearances it is estimated that a minimum of 300 million people in 156 countries have seen him perform. He is not an illusionist. The authenticity of his powerful feats have been verified by strength historians and officials throughout the world, as well as through field tests via the Discovery Channel, National Geographic and The History Channel. In 2004 he decided that he wanted to share his training secrets and techniques with others to keep the oldetime strongman tradition alive. Through this vision, Oldetime Strongman University was birthed. Today he has successful students all over the world.
Dennis is a former (retired) US Open, National and World Arm-Wrestling Champion, recipient of the A.O.B.S. Super-Strength Athlete Award (1993, for preventing (2) US Air Force T-34 Aircraft from taking off), was named Pound-for Pound the World’s Strongest Man (“for the feats performed” -1998 by the Association of Oldetime Barbell and Strongmen, and in 2006 by Ripley’s Believe It or Not!), called the World’s Best (performing) Strongman by Oprah (2003) and was recently presented the Vic Boff Award: the A.O.B.S. Highest achievement Award, on October 23, 2010.
Dennis has produced multiple products to teach the strength secrets of the oldetime strongman which can be found on his website www.DennisRogers.net.