Eddie Hall, Britain’s Strongest Man, on his biggest challenge at ICE

Eddie Hall, Britain’s Strongest Man, on his biggest challenge at ICE

Wednesday, February 8, 2017

ICE Live caught up with Britain’s Strongest Man, Eddie Hall at the BettingJobs stand to discuss his training regime for this year’s World’s Strongest Man competition, which takes place in Botswana in May.

In addition to a gruelling 4-5 hours of weight lifting per day, plus cardio, swimming, stretching, physiotherapy and Caveman training, Eddie needs to consume 10-12,000 calories per day. This usually consists of 10 eggs at 7am, followed by another sleep and then a cooked breakfast at 9am with food consumed continually throughout the day. 

While Eddie is enjoying meeting everyone at ICE, he can only manage a meagre 6,500 -7,000 calories during his day here, which means he will need to “devour everything in the fridge” when he gets home. 

ICE Live wishes Eddie every success in his bid to become the World’s Strongest Man later this year and looks forward to following his progress.

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