Former World’s Strongest Man Winner, Eddie Hall, had a mission last year to strengthen his hulking body, improve his cardio, and gear his workouts towards speed and mobility in preparation for his longstanding grudge game in the boxing ring to rise rival Hafthor Björnsson.
“I feel as fit as a violin,” he says in a new YouTube video. “I run 7.5 minutes of miles in the morning, do endless hours of cardio, boxing, swimming and then 2 hours of strength conditioning.”
In the video, Hall shows the intense training he did to train his tattered six-pack:
- Push the slide
- Attack wheel
- The hammer bangs
- Snatch (50 kg)
- Bat pops
- Ball slams
- Viking press
- Kettlebell swings
Hall performs each movement for 1
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Since dropping to around 360 pounds, Hall says he’s hit a plateau lately. “At the beginning of my transition, I actually gained weight,” he says. “I’m losing weight slowly, slowly, slowly, but in all honesty, I think I’m gaining muscle and losing fat, and my body weight is gaining a little.”
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