Hall eats 7,000 calories through 6 meals a day (networking sites)
British wrestler Eddie Hall lost more than 38 kilograms in two months, as he prepares for a historic fight against Icelandic Hafthur Bjornson, who is famous in the series Game of Thrones.
The British newspaper “THE Sun” reported that Hall is pursuing a particular program, including hard training, cardio exercises, swimming, and boxing exercises.
Hall – the former champion in weightlifting – posted a photo of him on Instagram, showing the transformation that occurred in his body after losing 33 kilograms, where he weighed 196 kilograms and now reached 163 kilograms, before the weight he lost now got more than 38 kilograms.
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The British wrestler could lose this weight even though he consumes about 7,000 calories daily, which is nearly three times the recommended amount for an adult man.
To endure strict training, the 32-year-old wrestler eats six meals a day, including various proteins, carbohydrates, and vegetables.
“I have to eat a lot due to the size and intensity of my training program,” said Hall, who won the World’s Strongest Man award in 2017.
Hall will be meeting with Bjornson at the “Monster Brawl” in Las Vegas in September of next year.
Bjornson broke a world record in weightlifting last May when he lifted 501 kg in Iceland and broke the previous record set by Hall in 2016 when he became the first man to lift 500 kg.
In 2017, the Icelandic man accused his British rivals of cheating and fraud crowned the world’s strongest man.