World''s Strongest Man
I am the World’s Strongest Man. The number one. I can lift cars, pull planes, carry Atlas stones. I am the only person ever to deadlift half a tonne. That’s right – half a tonne!
I eat 10,000 calories a day. I’m on my third chicken of the day by the time you have your lunch.
I sacrificed everything in my journey to the top. But I always knew I’d make it. My determination is second to none. If I want something, I work and work til I get it.
Today, I sit on top of the world. But the journey there has been a long one. Starting out as a championship swimmer, I have always been an athlete. But when it came to being a strongman, I dedicated my life to reach the pinnacle.
I’ve lifted things so heavy that I’ve woken up in pools of blood. It sounds like madness, but it’s not. It’s a man seeking to be the very best he can be. Muhammad Ali talked about dark waters and being willing to drown to be the best, and that’s what every sports champion has to do. That willingness to battle, and then battle some more, is what separates the best from the very best.
It’s been an incredible journey, one that has taken me across the globe, and allowed me to meet some amazing people. I’ve broken world records in front of Arnold Schwarzenegger and become a familiar face to millions across the globe.
Q & A
A Questions and Answers seminar with Eddie Hall, the strongest man in the world.