Eddie Hall who is a former English professional strongman known for winning the World’s Strongest Man 2017 competition. He also created the record in the year 2016 for performing the heaviest deadlift of 500kgs. As a teenager, he was a successful swimmer and rugby union player. He is now in the news for losing six stones (38.kg). Although the current holder of the Strongest Man title is Hafthor Bjornsson from Iceland, who played the Mountain in The Game of Thrones, Hall was the title winner in 2017 and didn’t defend his title. His massive frame is obviously maintained by rigorous workout and a strict diet. Can you stomach it? World’s Strongest Man 2018: Game of Thrones’ ‘The Mountain’ Hafthor Bjornsson Wins.
The 31 years old Eddie Hall previous weight was 196kg and was facing health issues due to his heavy body. He recalled days when he first started the workout in the year 2002, he always wanted to have a body like Arnold Schwarzenneger. He said he always wanted to have a body like him and felt that if he put his mind into it, he will achieve it. When Eddie decided to lose weight, he called out his parents and said, ‘Mum, Dad, I’m going to have a body like Arnold Schwarzenegger’.
Eddie Hall Incredible Transformation
Workout of Eddie Hall
Eddie wanted to lose extra kilos from his body, therefore most of his training revolved around boxing, swimming and cardio exercises. He also included High-Intensity-Interval-Training in his programme for fat loss. Eddie Hall workout for almost three to four hours in the gym to achieve an aesthetic body.
Eddie Hall Doing Cable Chest Fly
Eddie Hall Adopted 17 Days Fat Loss Challenge
Diet Plan of Eddie Hall
Eddie Hall has completely cut down on carbs and he is basically on an all-protein diet. In this, it was also a challenge for him to cut down on calories, reduce fat and maintain healthy muscle mass. His diet like all other all protein diet include foods like meat, fish, dairy products, legumes, eggs and vegetables that are relatively rich in protein, such as asparagus and spinach.
Eddie Hall has now developed six pack abs and he is indeed living this moment. He wishes to reduce more weight and let his abs be visible till his age reach the late forties or fifties. Eddie Hall has retired from powerlifting competition as he is proud to retire with the record of doing 50O kg deadlift. One thing which is most important for weight loss is your positive attitude. You become, what you think, therefore if you want to lose weight, put all your thoughts and focus into that.