Louie Simmons Cause Of Death: How Did Louie Simmons Die? What Happened To Louie Simmons? All you need to know about the cause of the American powerlifter and strength coach death.
An American powerlifter and strength coach who is noted for developing the Westside Conjugate method of training and applying it to powerlifting and other sports, as well as inventing several pieces of strength training equipment, Louie Simmons, has passed away.
Louie Simmons Cause Of Death: How Did Louie Simmons Die?
Louie Simmons died on March 24, 2022, at the age of 74. However, the cause of his death has not been reveled yet.
He was born on October 12, 1947.
Simmons was a powerlifter for more than 50 years. He has managed to achieve an impressive 920 pounds (420 kg) in squat, 600 pounds (270 kg) bench press, and 722 pounds (327 kg) deadlift in the span of 50.
He has accumulated elite in five different weight classes for nearly four decades.
Simmons created Westside Barbell, a private, invitation-only, elite training facility in Columbus, Ohio.
Alongside developing specific workouts, Simmons has also developed specialized equipment and machines to efficiently and effectively increase strength that is not possible with the commercial equipment for gyms.
The most famous machine he has developed is called the Reverse Hyper. It is a machine specifically designed to work with that posterior chain.