15-Year-Old, Troy Kay, Breaks 3 World Records Powerlifting, Naturally

Jun 10, 2010, 05:07 ET from World Natural Powerlifting Championship

ROCKLAND COUNTY, N.Y., June 10 /PRNewswire/ -- Troy Kay, a 15-year-old young man, broke 3 world records in the 16 and under division of the World Natural Powerlifting Championship, held recently in Cocoa Beach Florida.

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Troy Kay, a freshman at Don Bosco Preparatory High School weighed in at 215lbs and began the competition with a bench press of 325lbs, effectively terminating the former world record of 290lbs.

With 1 world record under his belt, Troy Kay entered the deadlift category with confidence, deadlifting 445lbs and then moving on to tie the old world record of 465lbs. With the former world record of 465lbs tied, Troy Kay decided to go for a new world record, perhaps the most challenging of all. After adding 35lbs to the bar, Troy Kay set a new world record of 500lbs deadlifted. Troy Kay rounded out the competition with 3 world records under his belt, closing with a record breaking combined weight of 1,210lbs lifted, in all, squat, bench press and deadlift.

The World Natural Powerlifting Federation prides itself on standards of steroid-free powerlifting competitions and daily living, of which young men such as Troy Kay are a perfect example. Natural Powerlifting Champion Troy Kay stated that "My Dad always told me four basic things; hard work, commitment, sacrifice and dedication and the world will be one big candy store." However candy and other sweets are not on Troy Kay's menu. "I eat 6 times a day so that my body can absorb the food properly," added Troy Kay. Proper diet and nutrition is key to Troy Kay's commitment to succeeding, steroid-free. Proper carbohydrates and natural supplements, coupled with an unparalleled workout ethic are all contributors to Troy Kay's success.

While excelling at powerlifting Troy Kay has a real love for the game of football, at which he also excels. Troy Kay has been invited to participate in Schuman's National Underclassmen Combine Elite 100, The Premier Underclassmen Showcase/Combine, to which only 100, of the most talented young football players, receive an invitation. Troy Kay was selected as 1 of 14 players, to be MVP's.

"Troy is a very modest teen," stated Scott Kay, Troy's' devoted Father and mentor. "He is at a place that he will far exceed expectations, as he still has a year and a half to grow into this division."

While he has broken 3 world records, Troy has not actually trained for lifting competitions, he has been training for football, which makes his lifting success all the more incredible.

See Troy's deadlift now:  


SOURCE World Natural Powerlifting Championship