This dude must have been going for a personal best, cause god damn that was way to heavy for him. He was a bit short on oxygen and just totally owned himself. Thankfully he was okay afterwards.
“Go find your favourite bodybuilder, fitness guru, or crossfit specialist that’s weighs over 240lbs and see if they can do what I do.” – Kali Muscle
Before he was “The Mountain” on Game of Thrones, Hafþór “Thor” Júlíus Björnsson was already making heads explode with his performances in strongman competitions. Björnsson, the second-strongest man alive, stands 6’9″ tall, can bench press 500 pounds, squat 770 pounds and raw deadlift 925 pounds. In this footage from the 2014 Arnold Strongman Classic, he handles an insane 994 pounds in the hummer-tire deadlift.
Mugged at gunpoint? Be a hero! ♫♪♫ SAILLL ♫♪♫. These GoPro commercials keep getting weirder don’t they. The dude literally looked up at the GoPro and had no idea what he was looking at. Maybe thought it was a torch or something. This is why I keep my bike frame packed with C4 and never go riding without a detonator inserted into my anus. Run into trouble? Clench to detonate. Shout out to Claudio Rebuzzi for the submission.
An illegal rave in a National Park was still going strong nearly 24 hours after police admitted there were not enough officers to close it down. More than 2,000 people and 400 vehicles turned up at 1am in the early hours of Sunday for an illegal dance at the South Downs beauty spot Devil’s Dyke, near Brighton, East Sussex. Officers struggled to control the crowds and eventually gave up, leaving residents to endure the thumping music.
But wait, I exercise, how come it doesn’t make my skin tan? Inspiring fitness fanatic John Stone was a substance abusing couch potato leading a sedentary lifestyle with little to no physical activity until one day decided to turn it all around. Watch this incredible time-lapse video of progress photos during one full year of exercise.
An Alabama man whose YouTube videos made him an internet villain among cyclists has been arrested and charged with reckless endangerment. Cyclists around the country had seized on videos created by Michael Keith Maddox, of Piedmont, Alabama, who was fond of recording himself passing cyclists and exclaiming “Ought to run him in a ditch” and “Ride your little bicycle, you piece of crap.” In another, he revs his engine while passing two cyclists and laughs gleefully at frightening them. “That scare you boys?” Watch the footage after the jump.
Online commenters have been quick to condemn the action of the biker, who attempts to lay blame on the cyclist for using his mobile phone while riding. But the motorcyclist clearly attempted to undertake a fellow road user and strayed into the cycle lane. One comment read: “Better take this footage with the cyclist down dude. I don’t think that the video is a good look for you.” To which the uploader replies: “All done. I don’t know what I was thinking putting that up to be honest. I guess I was hungry for views. Silly me deleted now.” Surely the two most victimised groups on the road should be banding together, not doing this sh*t. What do you think?