By GI Team Generation Iron
Yeah, no biggie.
When it comes to feats of strength it takes a tremendous amount of will, skill, and technique. When it comes to breaking world records it takes something more. It takes a dedication that’s beyond calculation. It takes obsession, an undying will for success, a willingness to fail if only it means to grow stronger as a result.
For those who set records it’s a culmination of all their hard work and determination, a signal to the world that they’ve put their all into making the impossible happen. It becomes the barometer to which all other athletes must seek to overcome. Apparently for Eddie Hall it’s just another day in the office. World records aren’t easy to attain, yet Hall has already crushed the world record for deadlifting with his lift of 1018.5 pounds at the Arnold Classic Australia this past March.
This past weekend Hall would go on to break his own record. Check out the video below of the English strongman setting the new world record.