Britain’s strongest man reveals incredible transformation after losing 4 stone

Eddie Hall has displayed his incredible transformation after shedding four stone in pursuit of a shredded physique.

The 2017 World’s Strongest Man has trained mostly for power, with the competition demanding him to complete 135kg log presses, bicep curl 60kg dumbbells and even deadlift 500kg.

At his peak he would weigh in at 200kg (31.5 stone), but after working hard on his cardio in recent weeks, the 30-year-old has dropped down to 169.5kg (26.7 stone) – over four stone!

So how has he managed it? Well, Hall has detailed his plan to his fans and reveals he is now hungry for success.


"Been training really hard recently and I’m mega fired and hungry for success," Hall said. "Doing five cardio sessions a week including boxing, cycling, swimming, and HIIT land training.

"On top of that I do four weight sessions a week.”

Whilst the fat loss has come easily enough with the additional cardio sessions, Hall insists he has managed to keep on his muscle by adopting HIIT training.


"Doing HIIT training to keep muscle mass has been a great tool for keeping fit without losing the gains.

"Anymore than 60 seconds and the body starts to target muscle as it adapts to your exercising. Cardio doesn’t have to be long and boring.

"Do 60 seconds of something that’s fun like sprinting, tyre flipping, tyre sledgehammers, prowler sprints, boxing pads."

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