Eddie Hall

Since the start of detention, strong Eddie Hall have posted his home workout video, including A variety of styles that are suitable for the whole family.But Hall’s latest training video is a bit different. Timed out after trying to lose weight and do core training, doing 100 repetitions every day for the entire month.

It’s a fitness challenge you see all over YouTube, but it’s not what you’d expect from a big, strong man, Hall explains, all of his help. slimming mission to prepare for him Upcoming Boxing Matches with Strong competitor Hafthor Bjornsson.

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At the beginning of the month, Hall weighed 385 pounds, much lower than the 440 pounds he weighed when winning the 2017 World’s Strongest Man award. He also reduced his calorie intake and relaxed in Lift heavy weights for more cardio and muscle stimulation. “Strength training while trying to lose weight is not a method,” he says, “but I am keeping my strength there.”

Hall breaks out 100 repetitions into sets each day. By doing as many repetitions as possible in one continuous sitting, which is approximately 40 on Day 1 by the end of the month. His patience had greatly increased. “I tried 100 sit-ups at once. But in the end, I sat up as much as I could. Then do the second half to get me to 100,” he says. “When I started, as much as I could was about 40 weeks. I do about 70 to 75 sit-ups at once. Then I’ll do 235 sit-ups, 30 times at once.”

By the end of the month, Hall was noticeably thinner. By reducing his belly fat with a visible belly. He weighs 366 pounds; That’s a loss of almost 20 pounds.

“I feel great for it,” he said. “The excess fat is gone. My stomach came out densely. I am very happy with the results. Obviously I’ve been doing more cardio, cycling, swimming, boxing a lot, and I’ve completely changed my training. Of course, muscle mass will decrease slightly. So weight loss is equal to muscle mass as well, which is good, I had to get rid of it all… I don’t think I’m going to the ring with 160kg or more.”

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