World's Strongest Man VS Rock Climbing 

Magnus Midtbø
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Filmed by Sam Lawson, edited by Magnus Midtbø
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world's strongest man VS rock climbing // Eddie Hall
Intro 00:00
Bouldering 00:31
Training 21:46










コメント数 : 3.9K   
@kundanbiswas6841 年 前
Mad respect to the rocks to be able to hold eddie
@abrokeprogrammer 10 ヶ月 前
@qlus 8 ヶ月 前
@mykejustmyke1407 8 ヶ月 前
@pancakesamirite515 7 ヶ月 前
I’m worried for the floor mats
@jamesa8851 7 ヶ月 前
As soon as I saw the thumbnail I thought, HOW?!
@smoaty4891 11 ヶ月 前
Eddie is such a class act. He always goes for it regardless of how unnatural it is for him. This is an awesome colab for sure.
@chancesakovich3511 年 前
Eddie killed it. I remember the first time I went climbing, I was struggling worse than him and I was easily 100kg less. I'm very happy your channel is becoming more popular, can't wait to see what new guests you bring on!
@BigCobra191 9 ヶ月 前
eddie can pull almost 3x his weight so it's not as hard to see when weight is distributed by being overwwight because of fat than muscle
@seanharris8419 4 ヶ月 前
Eddie also has the grip strength of a silverback gorilla so it’s not really a fair comparison lol
@paddymcdoogle4025 2 ヶ月 前
Magnus Midtbo is so depressing.
@badseednut 年 前
I love how there is NO ego by both, but especially by someone (Eddie) who is considered to be the strongest man in the world ( or one of them, not to insult others) and being comfortable enough to show on camera his limitations and weaknesses. This is actually inspiring.
@NickOvchinnikov 11 ヶ月 前
There is a little bit of ego but yes good experience for both guys
@badseednut 11 ヶ月 前
@@NickOvchinnikov My friend, they are on the top of "their" world. Especially Eddie. Even if there is a little bit like you say, it's totally understandable. I mean, if I compare him with Dwayne Johnson, Eddie is as humble as a monk... assuming the monk is doing his job right... lol
@1thevm1 11 ヶ月 前
If you watched Eddie competing, he would always push himself to the limit. He often passes out right on camera, and it's normal to him. When you wanna be the best, that's a small price to pay. Well, that, and a permanent lack of hydration. (lol)
@firemonkey1015 11 ヶ月 前
@@NickOvchinnikov Even if there’s “a bit of an ego” that’s still being super humble. He’s still downplaying himself. For example, a legendary guitarist isn’t gonna go around saying “I suck at guitar, I’m the worst” to seem humble. Because obviously that’s not true. They’ll downplay it, casually talk about how great others are and how much better the others may be in certain areas. There’s a difference between being egotistical vs having confidence in your skill set. You should have confidence if you’re amazing at something, doesn’t make you not humble. Being egotistical is acting as though you’re better at everything and closing your mind off to new things you may learn from. Which obviously he doesn’t do.
@dylangrenier218 11 ヶ月 前
@@1thevm1 hahaha fax
@danieljamespt 11 ヶ月 前
I don't think people realise how fit this man is as well as strong, to shift that weight takes some stamina!! Well done Eddie mate didn't expect you to do half as good as you did 😂😂
@julianachimsohn5944 年 前
I love how passionate Eddie is about learning new movements and you can see that he is an professional athlete with great body control. Crazy to see such a heavy guy climb so good on the first day!
@sonshawnzy9975 年 前
He’s really competitive with himself too . I knew the blue one he was gonna finish even if he had to go back 20 times
@McDonaldsCalifornia 5 ヶ月 前
He has great body control for real
@sampelletier5083 年 前
There's something pleasant about this channel, no gimmicks, no forced wacky outtakes, no jarring editing, just an extremely talented individual teaching others about his passion. Its great.
@barkedog 年 前
Well said.
@ASOUE 年 前
Agree so much. I’m glad magnus saw thsi as well, because I love the disguise videos, but I think it’s important to not let the flashy stuff get in the way of what we really want. It’s important for the community imo.
@lucacoletti8757 年 前
I didn't realize how right you are until I read it.
@johnchaketago2001 年 前
exactly, so easy to watch
@Pochaco2007 年 前
And most importantly. No Clickbaits
@raphaelcardoso7927 10 ヶ月 前
I absolutely love the archetype of the "gentle giant", and to see the sweetest person ever also being the strongest man on earth is just so wholesome Great content! Thank you very much
@lilnoobie-tc8dh 11 ヶ月 前
This is a collab I never expected and I LOVE it!! I know Eddie is extremely strong, but this insane! Never expected him to be this good at climbing. He really deserves the "worlds strongest man" title. Mad respect for both of you!
@riffpad 年 前
As a small and pretty light guy I have always found rock climbing to be relatively easy but seeing a big heavy guy do it really makes me appreciate his effort and determination. It can't be easy when you're 170kg lol
@FringeWizard2 4 ヶ月 前
So can you do pretty much every bouldering course in your local rock climbing place?
@tauhidal-farook4548 2 ヶ月 前
@@FringeWizard2…I don’t think he meant that at all?
@zaxes3784 2 ヶ月 前
@@FringeWizard2 i think he means he finds it easier than the average person as he has always been light.
@feroxk.9266 ヶ月 前
well, you can try to climb with an additional weight on ya. At a certain point of your bodyweight its becoming insanely hard jsut for your arms and grip. There is propably nothing that will get your grip strenght up to 170kg :D I'd love to see Magnus climbing with an additional 20 to 30kg and see how it goes
@devinromero1984 5 ヶ月 前
I love the way he coached Eddie through the climbs he’s extremely good at expressing the importance without putting pressure on
@mattsmitt00 年 前
Hey Magnus, just wanted to thank you for doing content like this showing people outside the normal climbing body type having fun climbing. I started watching you 8 months back and because of you started climbing 7 months ago. Your videos around that time with Isaac really got me hooked as I've always been very underweight. Climbing is the first time in my life I feel like I am working hard at getting good at a sport and improve my body for me, and not just doing typical gym to bulk up for everyone else. It's also the first time in my life I've been able to bulk real mass over a consistent time and am now about 20 lbs heavier than I've ever been before. Any day I am not too sore to train you can find me sitting in front of the Kilter board at my local gym, and I'm loving every second of it. So thanks again, and I hope one day I can run into you at a climbing gym and shake your hand in person.
@AshleyEllwood 11 ヶ月 前
Awesome!! Happy for you! Climbing is amazing.
@wodinvalfor8607 年 前
The guy who got me into powerlifting and the guy who got me into climbing and my two favourite things no way 😭
Eddie doesn’t do powerlifting. He does strongman
@Djellowman 年 前
Imagine doing things because others do them. Some people really are NPCs
@mementoquest- 年 前
Ikkk lfg
@loganwalsh1729 年 前
@@Djellowman better to do something than nothing right?
@amk__ 年 前
@@Djellowman Imagine shitting on other people's hobbies for no reason. He likely didn't start them or does them because they do them, simply inspired by their amazing achievements and also enjoyed doing them. Shut up.
@Maya_Hz 8 ヶ月 前
Eddie is such a funny guy. He keeps things really light hearted and really tries. It's really interesting seeing how happy he is at trying something new.
@AleksiJoensuu 10 ヶ月 前
Eddie is a lot of fun to watch! It's clear he's excited to try and to learn and takes it all with humour. After the first attempt at the orange climb (about 9 minutes in) you can see when he looks at the wall his eyes are just glowing 🤘
@JcbJcbJcb14 9 ヶ月 前
1:28 "that's gonna be me.. in an hour's time" **guy falls** 😂😂
@spiritinflux 10 ヶ月 前
Every time Eddie advances, he's pulling 170kg, its so impressive to see him attempt this, and he does so well!
@marcuspeterson8364 9 ヶ月 前
Something I really appreciate is the way that Eddie is impressed with Magnus. I like it because I’m a climber myself and my friends always like banter with me about it being easy. So then I took on of them and he’s a very built person who’s in the gym almost 24/7 and he got humbled real quick. It’s just nice to see climbers getting recognition!!!!
@dollsNcats 9 ヶ月 前
It’s HARD. I JUST started lol and I’m still huffing and puffing on the easiest climbs VB V0 🤣
@shortevening134 5 ヶ月 前
@dollsNcats trust me it's so worth it I've recently started pushing through the level I've been stuck at for like a month and it's so rewarding
@charbeleid193 2 ヶ月 前
Thing is, I do think it is hard, but it can indeed be easy for some people. I'm a gymnast and I could do the white one on my first day of climbing.
@Roanish 年 前
It looks awkward, but the amount of commitment required to put 170kg on a toe smear with clown shoes is impressive. Mad props to Eddie.
@notthed0d791 年 前
@foolishyish 年 前
I would think anyone doing this for the first time would look super awkward no matter the weight
@Vysair 年 前
Eddie is already talented, these shit is no joke and it's harder than it looks but gripping is just...another level
@hillbillynurse7212 11 ヶ月 前
Especially considering that it's doubtful the engineers were considering someone of Eddie's size doing some of those moves, and all of the holds were still that solid.
@129-diegocustodio5 11 ヶ月 前
so this is what you watch when you are not fighting Neo 😄
@jordanterry6248 5 ヶ月 前
What a great crossover. Eddie is so fun in any video he’s in and Magnus is such a kind soul
@TheTechAdmin 3 ヶ月 前
I met Eddie at Target last Winter!!! Such a nice, humble guy.
@icedrassin7265 年 前
Its beyond me how Eddie can do this with that weight, he is SOOO strong!
@dannymcguire3623 11 ヶ月 前
Dude, terrifyingly strong.
@firepon3638 4 日 前
Great video. love to see top athletes out of their comfort zone trying new sports together. Eddie killed it! And Magnus was a great guide.
@cooloutdoor7008 年 前
That was so much fun to watch! If I ever ran in to that man in a dark ally I would run...or at least try to run as I have trouble walking. He was so humble for what you do Magnus I will bet that he adds climbing to his work out because he found muscles that he doesn't use. Eddie seems like such a gentle giant, you both would be a pleasure to know!
@JeffNoel 年 前
There's something really funny about Magnus telling Eddy "You're stronger than you think" at 6:26 🤣
@Gematrinator 10 ヶ月 前
@Teranova 7 ヶ月 前
I came to the comments immediately after hearing him say that 😂
@sirstashalot7441 6 ヶ月 前
I laughed out loud when he said that
@RovingTroll 5 ヶ月 前
Cracked me up good, that one
@rohitchaoji 29 日 前
And then Eddie saying "you know I'm a fit guy" like someone in their 30s trying to make excuses for why they gassed out climbing the stairs lmao
@widepootis 6 ヶ月 前
Very heartwarming, just two legends sharing a good time, no ego involved
@JonoTay88 11 ヶ月 前
He's got to be my favourite personality that you've had on your channel. What a fun dude to be around! Loved the vid
@trulyinfamous ヶ月 前
Thank you a ton for having captions on this video! It shows when a creator cares about accessibility.
The fact that he almost got his feet back on the wall at 14 minutes is incredible. Suprisingly good at climbing even though he is such a large man
@alexandretrotier1795 11 ヶ月 前
Honestly he’s very impressive, climbing like this with this weight and morphology is crazy good !
@nefuros551 年 前
Mad respect to Eddie for being a real athlete and doing this kind of stuff. That is A BIG GUY to be climbing. He did way better than I thought he would and he wasn't wimping out
@waynewelland7044 年 前
Seeing such a big heavy dude up so high, in such positions is certainly a spectacle to behold
@rntobi2931 年 前
He used to be Olympic swimming material when he was younger which is crazy. And he's still nimble even when he was bigger.
@devvasu1412 年 前
I'm 12kg overweight and that has remained my excuse for not being able to do a single pull up for last 3 years. This shit is inspiring. I need to get stronger.
@bratpack8888 年 前
Bro Eddie did so much better than I thought he would.
@Cum_muffin 年 前
It’s like a hairless gorilla
@jeanukeeves 6 ヶ月 前
After my life started to go downhill I moved in with my dad and he showed me “The Wondrous World of Rock Climbing” it was a real escape and taught me that failure is ok as long as you keep getting up. I found out after a while that he also watched Magnus and it was a real way for he and I to bond since he hadn’t been in my life until then. I ended up leaving because he fell back into his egotistical ways. But I miss climbing with him and climbing in general. I can’t do it anymore because I don’t have the money or shoes or chalk. And memberships ain’t cheap. I just thought I’d let ya know how much you impacted my life, Magnus. I wish I could keep climbing but watching these helps.
@andrewosullivan348 6 日 前
Somehow have seen loads of videos with Eddie in them. Not into body building, strong man or anything like that but I love the respect and reverence he gives other disciplines. Proper sportsman
@patrickgrizzell2931 6 日 前
This is the most fun I’ve had watching a YT video in a long time. Well done.
@bokz4482 11 ヶ月 前
Bro, this guy is no joke, for a first timer being that heavy, he's doing amazing
@MrSalvarion 年 前
You always bring super nice content Magnus. And this is no different. Always liked Eddie. But there's some really wholesome about seeing this huge man climbing. Loving it
@reliantk102 年 前
I am STUNNED Eddie is as good a climber as he is. So encouraging to watch a crowned world strongest man have doubt, then prove himself wrong repeatedly.
@pawrestlingchamp 年 前
Eddie is a top tier athlete. If you look into his swimming accomplishments before he got into strong man you can see that he is very well rounded.
@mclaconic7974 年 前
Couldn’t believe when he managed the sitting start on that blue. He is a beast like.
@@mclaconic7974 yea for real. His endurance and strength in his forearms and whole body must be incredible to be able to hold his weight like that.
@tr4cer_wh1te 年 前
He is still a great swimmer in every respect as well, he did it for many years when he was a kid/teenager
@NeilGirdhar 年 前
I'm no expert, but what struck me is how he instinctively climbs in explosive bursts. A lot of beginners do this kind of slow reach thing that wastes a lot of energy.
@ryancarr808 10 ヶ月 前
Just have to comment and say how much I've enjoyed this channel, and especially this video. Two really cool guys with no ego shown making a fun video. Thanks Mag!
@n12gaming 5 ヶ月 前
Nice one Eddie! Love both your channels. Fun to see a top athlete in a different sport.
@JHank-yb4jv 年 前
Most of the strongmen competitors I know are pretty athletic overall. Good on Eddie for giving this a go, it’s tough even for people half his weight
@Dr.Osterman 10 ヶ月 前
Im thoroughly impressed by Eddie for such a big man, He progressed with the climbing levels really well, Good Job 👍
@e7venjedi 年 前
What this makes me think is how in older warfare times, how different body shapes would have been so differently suited to different strengths and weaknesses. I just picture Eddie being in full plate with a hammer and shield, and Magnus being a quick agile fencer type, and you're going to want them by your side in totally different environments. And those two fighting each other would be so interesting. If the big man ever gets close it's just over, but maybe the quick guy can poke the weak points and stay on the edge.
@kingspeechless1607 11 ヶ月 前
"a quick agile fencer type," would be better with a a longer weapon; he wouldn't want to get within reach of a man much more powerful. Spear (or some such other) is a much more useful battle weapon.
@andrewkim9503 年 前
Magnus is so good at bringing on non-climbers from different disciplines and introducing them to the sport. It's honestly impressive and seems like a good way to grow the sport.
@OriginalPuro 年 前
Magnus is doing great work for climbing in terms of exposure and recruitment.
@garorade 年 前
Eddie does everything
@Nahmate1337 年 前
shut up
@nikolasduley3901 年 前
Thats how he got me into climbing
@i.ak.1684 11 日 前
Dude has humility. Charismatic. He's the highest performer in another domain, comes over here and goes straight to the humble new guy. More than that; poking fun of himself and all. Really like it.
@Star_Taro 11 ヶ月 前
Eddie is undoubtedly one of the most impressive people ever born.
@gmelliot19 年 前
Magnus, I am new to climbing. Would be really interested in a video setting rough strength standards needed for climbing at different levels (specifically bouldering levels, I.e V1, V2, V3…). Things like: Max deadhang time Max pullup strength Max pullup reps Calisthenics skills (muscle up, front lever, etc) If I want to climb V7, for example, what strength goals should I aim for to make sure I’m not limited by fitness (vs technique). Would make a cool video. Could even do it with a bunch of people who climb at different levels and test their weighted pull-ups, max pull-ups reps, deadhang, etc.
@hicow6075 年 前
Watch his 9c test video, pretty much covers this subject exactly
@kieranzgoku 9 ヶ月 前
Eddie is so likable it's mental. Smiled ear to ear through this this entire video :)
@Alowishius 年 前
I really enjoyed the banter in this one, Eddie seems like a super swell dude. He did amazing for a first time too, but then again he had a hell of a coach.
@veryhotpizza 年 前
What I love the most about this collab is how easy Magnus makes everything seem and how Eddie looks like he's constantly about to make the whole wall fall with him
@IkEisawesome7 年 前
Well said
@pIayingwithmahwii 年 前
Lol I love when magnus climbs up next to eddy and is just hanging there easily on what looks like nothing like spider man when he shows eddy which one to grab next
@veryhotpizza 年 前
@@pIayingwithmahwii yeah and also when he just climbs the whole thing without his legs
@silverwolf2643 年 前
@@pIayingwithmahwii I was laughing so much on that one, he literally got up next to him, zero problem holding up and giving advice while Eddie almost crying for help and cursing 😂😂😂 Magnus is so powerful ngl especially in his own realm.
@pIayingwithmahwii 年 前
@@silverwolf2643 yep. Completely different kinds of athletes, these guys. I also liked when magnus offered a weight lifting competition and Eddie was like “I’ve been retired 6 years mate.” As if he couldn’t still lift five times more had he been retired 20 years and never leaves his couch. The dude is still huge
@Krunschy 5 ヶ月 前
This is honestly such a great display of just how differently built two top athletes can be, simply because of their respective focus.
@user-vv6sy2ox4q 6 ヶ月 前
Props to Eddie for his humility, fortitude and being so nice about the trainspotting guy, who as Eddie says is a sweet guy. 👍
@TheCgOrion 年 前
That was really impressive stuff Eddie. I was on the edge of my seat for that first blue attempt, starting low at the floor.
@maxisbored 4 ヶ月 前
Eddie puts such a great face on the lifting scene. Hands down my favouite athlete of all time. Loads of empathy, modest, no shame and my sense of humor. Gets a good laugh at getting made fun of and can shoot em back too. Thanks for having him!
@medwynroberts 8 ヶ月 前
This was the wholesome 28mins I needed this evening, thanks.
@SwitchUpYt 年 前
HE’S actually really good for a first timer - the guy just excels at anything he does. Respect.
@kristianniss5201 年 前
Actually true. But then again, he isn't running marathons. Knows his abilities
@belalabusultan5911 年 前
2 of the world strongest men competed in MMA professionally, this combat sport is heavilly based on technique, but they had 0 technique and 100% pure power, and they actually performed well. that's what a generalist approach does to your body, you can do any sport to almost professional level.
@davidravenscroft1641 年 前
Apart from boxing 🥊 lol
@belalabusultan5911 年 前
@@davidravenscroft1641 they lack techinque, but they can punch you so hard, they break the arm you put as a guard.... I am not taling about the bodybuilder, these people focus on the (looks) of the body, but power lifters actually have strngth levels that seem inhumane. example: would a boxing champion beat a Gorilla in a fight? the Gorilla is all power and 0 technique, but who wins?
@mattolsen5947 年 前
@@belalabusultan5911 This is definitely not an 'almost' professional climbing level 😅But it is impressive for his size.
@ruskigunny8403 11 ヶ月 前
ive been climbing for 4 years and im still having a little bit of a problem with crimps I've been practicing on my slopers and seeing you do it motivates me to go to the rock climbing gym
@ThePwig 5 ヶ月 前
This is so badass! Eddie really was a great guest for the channel
@vinwillcock612 年 前
This was thoroughly enjoyable, gentle competition, not patronising. Genuinely funny. I haven’t climbed for over 4 years. So also highly motivating. Ed’s got to watch out for tendinitis!
@crapgazm 10 ヶ月 前
I love how some explicitives are beeped out but some are left in all their glory.
@fl260 10 ヶ月 前
Eddie is so likeable. That was a very fun one, Magnus. You're pulling off all the great collabs!
@Malidictus 年 前
That someone as big as Eddie was able to climb half as well as he did is amazing to me. He really deserves his World's Strongest Man title, I think. And as others have said, Eddie's tenacity and attitude are commendable, as well. Thank you for doing this, both of you.
@maak6270 年 前
For a guy like him, falling or even jumping from atop of the wall is pretty dangerous. Kudos to him! I also liked his dry wit 😆
@Malidictus 年 前
@@maak6270 Yeah, I was wondering about him jumping down. Eddie has very strong legs, it seems :)
@brandyndydek5248 8 ヶ月 前
thats so incredibly impressive seeing such a big man on the wall like that, honestly didnt think you would do this good
@sniglom 11 ヶ月 前
Great episode. Really nice vibe. Eddie impressed me.
@brettcrane9651 5 ヶ月 前
Two of my favorite youtubers, I absolutely love this
@jamesweaver4386 5 ヶ月 前
So impressed how good he did being that big and first time! He's used to pushing himself. Realized I need a climbing coach at the gym!
@liamsmith433 8 ヶ月 前
That a abit duuude climbing! Amazing work! Bravo🎉
@Vulkyirom 年 前
"This guy used to carry rocks for a living but will he be able to climb them?" That last introduction punchline was top-notch! Very good job!
@KM41867 10 ヶ月 前
@RovingTroll 5 ヶ月 前
I absolutely love the banter between these two
@paulod27 4 日 前
I love watching Eddie Hall do anything, he's just a funny, entertaining guy all around. And he gives everything his all.
@Greedman456 年 前
Wow didn't expect Eddie to be such a good climber!!! Incredible episode
@theinqov 9 ヶ月 前
It's really fun to watch you elite guys doing this, and so funny guys, great video!
@kuliahmebel 年 前
really humble man, Eddie.. respect
@nannynadia4923 年 前
I AM shocked by how good he is for his size and muscle mass. This is incredible and an amazing video
@alexbarcovsky4319 年 前
He just looks like a fat guy but then he starts climbing and you realize all that mass is not fat.
@montehurd 年 前
💯 he killed it
@studyaccount207 年 前
he can swim really good aswell
@stokiemanbrent4200 年 前
@@alexbarcovsky4319 well yeah it is. He's like 30% body fat, he has A LOT of muscle too. But he is very much obese.
@fabioooh 年 前
@@alexbarcovsky4319 thats not the point,170 kgs are still 170 kgs
@OvAeons 10 ヶ月 前
Always cool seeing someone who knows muscles learn more about them and blow their mind on something as simple as scaling a wall being a great pumpi for something they'd use 100s of lbs to train
@Wax_Man 5 ヶ月 前
I love the climbing community man. Just great people every time
@Lizlodude ヶ月 前
8:30 I love the shot of Eddie struggling and Magnus just hopping up to point out the hold XD (yes obviously skill/strength *type* difference and he's using mixed holds, but I still find it funny)
@penguinquestionmark1704 6 ヶ月 前
i love these intersections of different fitness focuses
@mrcrhn4019 11 ヶ月 前
Never really watched anything from Eddie but he is such a cool guy! I loved the train - guy reference with the GoPro on his forehead
@NotSoMax 年 前
Eddie and Magnus make such a fun duo, they were both so chill and light hearted, and it was cool seeing Eddie attempt stuff he thought might be outside his abilities and didn’t worry about looking good. It was really impressive how much we WAS able to do and watching Magnus coach him through it was really cool.
@aronnemcsik 11 ヶ月 前
I want a buddy cop movie with the 2 of them...
@xFNikki 10 ヶ月 前
wow I was shocked to see him swing like that! He beat my expectations!
@coreydempsey4660 年 前
"Allegedly" I love it. Eddie is a legend.
@bencasey3150 年 前
Love this channel and have watched Beast TV show a few times. Both fricking brilliant. Love from a boulderer Yorkshire boy ❤
@christopherruzicka6745 10 ヶ月 前
You always drop the best videos without fail
@lucasmendes6516 11 ヶ月 前
Woooww, how nice!! I follow both of you, never thought there would be a crossover :D
@SimonButler 年 前
Eddy is super impressive for his first time at his size! He's obviously strong, but he picks up technique fast and his perseverance is off the charts!
@saltiney8578 5 ヶ月 前
its wierd im not interested in rock climbing at all but everytime I get drawn into one of these videos and just like hey i'll check it out for a minute I end up dropping everything I was doing in my video game and just watching the whole video, You are very interesting to watch.
@ggfdd5925 年 前
i'm really impressed, didn't expect him to perform as well as he did.
@weeklongluke 年 前
You two together is gold! I’d love to see you two doing some bits! Like take Magnus for a ride in eddies tank!! 😂 thanks to you both ✌🏼
@christopherwells4768 10 ヶ月 前
Eddie has great body awareness. You can see it on the green route. That really serves him. And he's bloody hilarious! Love this guy.
@zacsav4ge100 年 前
My man Eddie doesnt disappoint. Can't wait to see him cut. Magnus is a total badass hunk of man and this channel rules. More
@willgilbert5565 年 前
This is so amazing to watch, and you can see just how STRONG Eddie is! He's a HUGE guy, and the fact that he's been able to make such progress on the walls shows not only how strong he is, but also that he's a profressional athlete with an attitude that doesn't let him give up!
@studyaccount207 年 前
He’s not like other big guys. He did a backflip and can swim really well too.
@TheBumShackler 5 ヶ月 前
Dang dood, I was mad impressed with Eddie nailing that second green one. That was a tough climb for a big guy
@wtfgeis 6 ヶ月 前
I would love to see you do this with other strongmen like Brian Shaw, Martins Licins, and Hafthor. Would also REALLY love to see you become a grip competitor on the side! You have a truly absurd level of strength, Magnus, so you could do extraordinary things in that field, too!
@jimbojerry596 年 前
This guy literally needs an award for most positive JPvid channel and comments section in the history of JPvid. Been following since jujimufu
@csn583 ヶ月 前
So interesting to see the upper echelons of these two sports that are both "all-around functional" in their own way, and how specialized they are at their extremes.
@screwthenet 年 前
Amazing to see two channel people I been watching for a while come together like this. MAJOR PROPS to Eddie Hall for doing all this. Not easy for anyone, especially a man of his size and weight. Hard on them knees and legs, but he did it ^
@liorkatabi7834 年 前
Seeing a guy that big climbing is insane. Mad props to Eddie
@astronemir 5 ヶ月 前
It’s like seeing a fucking bear climbing
@csn583 ヶ月 前
I see a lot of people half my (105kg) weight on the wall, but the better part of twice again is hard to comprehend. Eddie's got some unreal skin on his hands to apparently walk away with callouses intact. Weight + grip strength + juggy holds + no technique = flapper city.
@vinayakgupta6105 10 ヶ月 前
This was a very fun and entertaining video.!I got to learn so much about climbing. Cheers!
@NullifidianYT 10 ヶ月 前
It was fun to watch. Thank you.
@jattalalay 11 ヶ月 前
Im so im impressed with Eddie! Especially on the bouldering one wth!
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