After more guys have been showing up on the internet with monstrous size gained by injecting synthol, this 43-year-old Brazilian man is back to reclaim his title as the biggest. In order to make his arms look this bad, he is drastically shortening his life. It seems for him, the internet fame is worth it though!
Strongman Eddie Hall has won praise from a movie icon following his latest record-breaking feat. The 27-year-old, of Clayton, posted footage on his Facebook page where he achieved a 462kg deadlift. And during the muscle-straining stunt Arnold Schwarzenegger was cheering Eddie on. The session was held at the Austrian icon’s Arnold Classic Australia 2015 event.
54-year-old Mark Jordan of Texas, has set a new Guinness world record for most pull-ups done in one day with an astonishing 4,321. “My mission … is to let everybody know that it’s never too late to start to make a difference as far as improving and optimizing your health,” said Jordan, who trained for a year for his record-setting feat. He raised money for the Hammons Education Leadership program that helps expose at-risk youth to a variety of careers.
“Get your a** out the gym and get on these bars. Tell them, anybody over 250. I’ve been Youtube seven years, somebody 250, where the f**k they at around the world? I’ve been challenging you for seven years.” – Kali Muscle
Tough Guy racing is a brutal sport that puts the human body through the ringer. Some of the toughest and most athletic people in the world sacrifice their body to the harsh conditions in hopes of earning the bragging rights of a true “Tough Guy.” For James Appleton, a three-time champion, this 2015 event got the best of him as hypothermia set in by the time his test was through.
Arian Foster almost didn’t make it. Many times the dream he has held since he was a child—the dream of playing in the National Football League (NFL)—was nearly lost. Arian Foster’s words have now been immortalised on film. Director Todd Martin said his team first came across the poem “Where We Dwell” last year on Foster’s website. “We were deeply inspired by his words and thought they would serve as a powerful backbone for a potential short film,” Martin said. After devising a treatment for the film, they pitched the vision to Foster’s team who gave their blessing.
If the log ain’t bendin’, you’re just pretendin’. Just kidding, this is f**ken nuts. He crushed skulls with his bare hands on Game of Thrones and now The Mountain — or Hafthor Bjornnson as he’s known in real life — has just smashed a legendary Icelandic test of strength. On his way to winning the World’s Strongest Viking competition for the second year in a row, Bjornsson carried a 640kg log on his back for five steps. The tale of Orm Storulfsson and his 640kg log has been passed on through the generations in Iceland for 1000 years. According to the Icelandic Saga book, it took 50 men to lift the log on to Storulfsson’s back — and he was able to walk three steps before his back gave out.
Rapper Riff Raff is on tour—and is set on fueling his body the right way. After a series of dietary mishaps on his road to getting buff, Riff Raff decides it’s time to make a change. He adds a serious workout regimen to his tour schedule and is focused on gainin’ weight and feelin’ great in hopes of becoming 240 pounds of pure muscle. But there’d better be barbells and lots of lobster if he’s going to reach his fitness goals and become the Neon Icon he’s meant to be. Don’t be fooled—he’s still set on his quest to get even bigger, faster, and stronger. Watch out for those pythons in the meantime…