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I love that Eddie tries all these different sports and appreciates how hard they can be. One of the strongest guys in the world, and humbles himself as an example of a good sportsmanship to other disciplines.
I'm with you on that man, not to forget that he's just a naturally charismatic person, you can't stop or turn away when you've started a video with him
What happend to the body building journey what a failure man 😂😂😂
@TheShafter92 Calm down😳, you’ve never went out the house headed for chicken and then thought……..now I feel like steak, he changed his mind is all! 🤷🏽♂️😜
@Michael Kenis It’s the outsfits for me, the hats the silliness like the pregnancy suit in the last vids had me rolling! 😂👈🏽
@Michael Kenis It's a shame Glen & Jack have the charisma of a teaspoon
I'm so impressed that Eddie even finished. Dude has so much mass it takes ridiculous energy to do these movements. Seriously impressed by his endurance.
Yeah he pushed through while not being versed in the know-how of the movements
Yeah but they also definitely screwed him over, you can tell the saw they gave him was way more dull because of the screeching it was making, however the other guys saw made an actual saw noise
@GigachadI think that was him using it wrong bro not the blade. They got nothing to prove
@Gigachadhave you never used a saw? Lol it will make a sound like that when the sides of the saw are rubbing the wood so eddie is using it wrong
@Gigachad You can easily see the difference in technique. The pro was using the entire length of the blade on each stroke, and his strokes were steady and even. Eddie was only using about the middle 60% of the blade, and his strokes were uneven and it looked like he was trying to PUSH the saw down into the wood rather than letting it do the cutting.
Love Eddie's attitude and humour.I can't wait for him to try figure skating 😁
You can clearly hear the difference in axe swings when a pro is doing it and when Eddie does it, tbf Eddie is doing great by himself being new to the sport and he's still fairly accurate but when the professional Glenn swings his axe you can hear it cutting through the air! Eddie is powerful and his swings do good damage but I don't hear no air getting cut through... And the pure respect he gains after a log is so wholesome, no matter how much trash talk is said at the start, he gives in graciously when he's bested, mad respect to Eddie for being a good sportsman!
I was thinking exactly the same, Eddie has the power but the sheer speed of the guy swinging the axe was impressive and made up for the difference in body mass
Loving Eddie's humility, the man is up for anything and not afraid to celebrate the awesomeness of others!
you can see Eddie has genuine respect for these guys and is impressed
Love that Eddie has the confidence to think he'd smash something but the humility to admit when he really underestimated something.
Tf? There is nothing to admit, he knew that he doesn't stand a chance, he is just playing for the sake of fun content. Where do you people even grow, wtf.
@Alex * why are you getting so offended and hung up on a simple comment lmao
@The Gelatinman offended 🤣🤣
@Alex * :)
@The Gelatinman cope karen
Eddie is a such a gem. The guy is just plain fun. I watched the sumo experience he did and now this one came across my feed. And I have to say this is quality shit I could watch a new one of these every week. Please keep the fucking awesome content coming Eddie, you’re the man.
we absolutely need more people like Eddie. Souls don't come around like him often.
I love how competitive he is lmao.The second he sees something done he is like oh let me have a go at it.
I love how Eddie proves it's a mixture of speed, flexibility, technique, strength and stamina as a whole. And how he is always humble about the experience given.Mad respect man, You rock!
Very humbling to see someone so strong attempt other sports and see how hard it can be! Props to you Eddie
What a great guy Eddie is. Humble to everyone yet an absolute Legend in his own right.Fantastic role model for young lads
In an age where people are so full of themselves, this is indeed very refreshing.
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Eddie is without a doubt one of my favorite UA-camrs. He is just so much fun!
7:35 That's a great frame, the current worlds strongest man with a lumberjack champion. This size between the two and the skill difference in their respective fields is insane. How such a comparatively smaller man can power through this so much better is incredible. It shows his passion for what he does pays off 100 fold.
I wonder if Eddie would ever consider adding anything like this to his training routine. Seems like it would be great stamina training
Eddie is just such a good guy. Gives props where its due, not an ounce of quit in that guy either, you can see his competitiveness peek through that witty humor sometimes. He wants to really do well at everything. But having dabbled in this sport can attest to how hard it is. Eddie would be a behemoth in the sport if he got a little practice no doubt.
It's the respect he shows that really impresses me. No worries about looking bad because he knows going in that he's squaring off against fellow champions.
You can tell the two lads were nervous but they did well.
They had the personality of one of those logs! Haha
@Josh K They were just to the point. Most athletes I’d say that aren’t on the world stage act similar to them. It’s not their job to be entertaining for the camera, I think it’s entertainment enough just being serious about your chosen discipline.
@Jay FedderAgreed. Plus this is their job and they are professionals. To the point or just the facts ma'am is the way to go.
@Josh K I'm sure they were just ecstatic to stop their training during the circuit to film a useless video :-)
Love how competitive Eddie is. Good sport and love his enthusiasm.
Now, I know for a fact that I would lose any of these competitions, but seeing Eddie realize how much harder this is than it looks, priceless.
Eddie Hall isn't just a Beast... he knows how to communicate and relate to people. +100, mate. Nice to see someone who deserves to win out there just being another human being with a couple of other awesome people.Thank you.
Good for you Eddie, loved the video, loved the effort, love the respect for those that do this. Thank you for showing us.
I absolutely loved this. It looks so difficult but they make it look easy. Eddie is so funny!
Eddie, respect. You have found your grove. You sit in the perfect spot right in between fun entertainment and taking things seriously and pay respect where a lot of it is due. So many UA-camrs turn things like this into self-promoting slapstick... Looking forward to a lot of more of quality content like this!
@Cliff Hamilton Thank you!!
@ChomageRider I mean, if we are gonna take the time to correct the spelling, why not a grammatical revision of the entire comment:***Eddie, respect. You have found your groove. You sit in the perfect spot between fun entertainment, taking things seriously, and paying respect where it is due. Many UA-camrs turn things like this into self-promoting slapstick. I look forward to more quality content!***
Now this is something I never thought I'd see Eddie try. Timbersports is one of my favorite non-traditional sports to watch as it's so unique and interesting.
I love Eddie's enthusiasm and respect and shock when he realised how quick these challenges can be done and how much effort is required. Top guy.
This is so fun to watch! I love the humbleness, genuine wholesome fun, and camaraderie on display. You bring a blend of entertainment and learning, combined with just overall good natured competitiveness that is just great to watch. I admit I had the wrong perception about you in the past due to the old feud with the Mountain, but now I see that maybe I was too quick to judge especially considering that was a beef between you two (whether it was real or for the ratings doesn't matter) and you are a stand up guy and natural entertainer, an inspiring force of nature.
Take a big man to admit when he's outmatched. Hats off to you Eddie. Well done gentlemen.
It's pretty cool how the second event shows the difference between power and technique! Every time Eddie swings the axe, the log *explodes*, with little splinters flying everywhere, but it doesn't clear that much material. And with how deep it digs in, he has to fight to get it out. But the professionals don't waste any energy, all of it goes into the cut.
Eddie in his lumber Jack attire made my day, you gotta love this guy😂😅😂
Man he f ed up glens axe
Thank God he wore underwear 😂
When he snapped the suspenders I died laughing 😂
The I love tree shirt underneath was brilliant 😭
I love all the questions Eddie asks, definitely makes for quality content and info about these cool sports
It's great that the boys had no intention of plugging their competition. Eddie straight away puts the light on how to watch and tune in.
Who would have thought that the worlds strongest man would have the worlds biggest sense of humor...lol I've watched a few of these now and I laugh every time. You and Shaw are hilarious too. Thanks for a few moments of taking our thoughts away from the crappy situation this planet is in 😂 You've gained a new subscriber today. Lots to catch up on I see as well.
The side by side sawing the log is a good comparison. You can see Eddie only really uses about half the saw whereas the other guy uses the whole length of the blade.
So very cool Eddie trying this out and the series of sports exploring. Keep it up Eddie, this is terrific! Also love you showing the world the detauls and these great people. 👍
Through everything... Eddie got SOOOOOOO excited for that guy setting a PB. Shows the quality of a person. Awesome job Eddie!
Is that excitement? Loool
I mean he said that's a PB for you but I wouldn't say he was excited about it 😂
@fastcarfootball8710 he was pretty excited, he was just very winded.
I missed the part where he was soooo excited
This is awesome and if i am not wrong, Eddie gives massive promotion to those sports that he tries.
He said it's almost like a full workout, this is an example of why massive builds didn't exist in ancient time, unsustainable. Keep it up Eddie good stuff.
It is really super impressive that Eddy only uses arm strenght instead of body weight with the long saw.If you think about it thats INSANE.
Extremely impressive single buck from Eddie here. The technique was very lacking, but made up for it with amazing strength and determination. With just 30 cookies or so, he would probably be setting some county records.
love how the "little guy" had enough time to make himself a proper tea before eddie was done with the log chop haha. That was great. Eddie is awesome though. love these videos
Love that Eddie is getting into all kinds of different types of stuff. He makes it so much fun to watch.
The more I watch, the more respect I have for Eddie. He is becoming, not just my favorite athlete, but my favorite UA-camr as well.
Well Mr. Hall seeing you do this is amazing I'm glad you're a cool dude and willing to do this stuff cause it's damn entertaining. I'd love to see you get into some HEMA (Historical European Martial Arts) I feel like you'd crush everyone!
Loved it, I didn't think you would beat those guys. It's a tuff sport to do for sure. Grats to those 2 guys, it is def harder then it looks, and it looks hard, Def a fun video to watch Eddie Congrats for great entertainment
Just saw you on Kentucky Ballistics. Great video, as was this. I had the opportunity to meet you about a year after this lift, I think. A buddy of mine said you were probably just another conceited powerlifter. He couldn't have been farther from the mark. You were one of the best people I've ever had a conversation with. You were incredibly down to earth. And you had an actual conversation with me. You asked me about my military service(haircut gave me away), we talked about that, how I was into powerlifting in the military. It was a decent conversation that only lasted 5 minutes. But you took the time to do it. You have accomplished something that will take a long time for someone to beat. I'm glad you survived it. I hope the next person that accomplishes it(if they ever do) has you sitting in the front row, or closer, supporting them. I think thats the kind of person you are. Best of luck, mate. Be safe.
I really want to see way more UA-camrs try timbersports. Such a fun sport as a viewer imo. Always loved it growing up in Canada.
Eddie Hall is such a great role model and should be an inspiration to many. I remember watching him win the World's Strongest Man and also get his record deadlift. What an awesome day that was.
I'm looking forward to Eddie doing track and field events, high hurdles should be fun to see.
This is really cool! Love how Eddie put his all into this, even putting on the full plate armor.Btw, for any kids out there, what your seeing here is the differencebetween Ultra Super Saiyan and SSJ2. 14:03 Also explained here: 16:12Don't think lesser of a UltraSSJ, they are just AS powerful imo.As Eddie here could easily snap one of these axes in half, where as the others would possibly have a bit of trouble.
Big respect Eddie I grew up on a farm we cut and split wood year round all we had was a wood burner I also lifted daily most people have no idea how hard cutting and splitting wood is its a workout all in its self
I'd be interested in seeing Mariusz Pudzianowski try this. He elevated the sport of Strongman competitions and influenced how competitors trained and competed. That's similar to what Tiger Woods did for Golf. I'll bet that with a little practice. Mariusz could get some epic speed on that ax head.
I love that Eddie is cocky but in a nice way, and super respectful of these people and their profession
He does well.
He's got it all and nothing to prove to them. He can now have fun. I can only envy him in a good way.
I recently stumbled on your channel and I really enjoy it! I think the trick to these sports that use tools is to reduce travel time of the tool in relation to the body. Like reducing the time to reset the cut. When you watch the standing log split, they pull the axe up like how rowers do and then use that momentum to regain some stamina before slamming it back down. The same could be said for the saw. There was a lot of swaying of the body/torso and pelvis to minimize the travel time to set up a new cut.Really enjoy this stuff, hope to see you become a Sumo champion! YOU GOT THIS, EDDIE!
on top of being a world class athlete, Eddie seems like the nicest guy ever.
ive been working on axes for years and i could tell it wasnt going to be easy for the big guy but i give him all my respect for giving it a shot and i genuinely think if he put his power to use with accuracy and technique he'll be one of the best.
Appreciate Eddie brought his gym mindset to the competition here... push hard and don't give up. Rock on Eddie!
Love your channel man! Brings a whole different perspective on different sports and how hard it is
Fair play Eddie, you showed and gave those men a lot of respect, of which they were long overdue!! Great video......
I read this fair play on this comment just as Eddie seid fair play
i also recognized this. fair play is well said. this guy looks sympathic and a good guy
Got to love the enthusiasm thiugh. He always goes i to things having fun, genuinely willing to try and even if he fails, not quit.
Hopefully this will be a whole series, of you trying and bringing light to different sports, I’ll watch em all.
Next up: pole vault and synchronized swimming
Fair play to the big guy. Never heard of him before, but he has a good sense of humor, and he's not afraid to make fun of himself.
can you imagine how awesome eddie would be at this if he had the technique down. he was cutting that last challenge with pure upper strength! come for them again next year Eddie. I want see you smash them. Amazing guys though. wow...17 seconds a pb...that's serious fitness
Eddie you were impressive mate! Your size slows your speed, Your upper body is huge compared to the other guys. So your determination was awesome coz the odds are stacked against you in this sport big guy! :)
I love seeing Eddie try out these new things 😂
Repent to Jesus Christ “Don’t you know that you yourselves are God’s temple and that God’s Spirit dwells in your midst?”1 Corinthians 3:16 NIVh
Eddie has been put off in the past, But he leaned into it and gained a stride into discovering different forms of strength and appreciation for how much others dedicate their lives to their forms of strength.
Imagine eddie actually decides to chop wood competitively! Once he learns technique he could do very well 😂
Kudos for Eddie having a go at woodchopping. That sport has everything to do with experience, technique and stamina. It began in Ulverstone, Tasmania, Australia in 1870 when two axmen had a £25 wager as to who could fell a tree the fastest. The world's first woodchopping championship was held in 1891, at Bell's Parade, Latrobe, Tasmania.The fastest timber sports underhand chop by a male is 12.01 seconds, achieved by Brayden Meyer (Australia) on 17 September 2022 at the Australian Pro Championship 2022 on the Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia.
Would love to see this guy have a go in an Australian tree-felling event, where chopping a vertical log while standing on a narrow plank/board set into a notch cut in the trunk about three meters from the ground. It's the most spectacular event of all. "The object of the event in the modern day arena is to climb the tree pole by cutting “board holes” and placing special tree boards in the notches to ascend up the tree in a spiral fashion. Whilst balancing on the top board (3 boards high) the axeman cuts the block half-way through (such as in the Standing Block events) and then descends bringing the same boards back down. The axeman repeats the process up the reverse side of the tree concluding by severing the block in half. The 3 board trees are approx. 4.6m from the ground including the block being cut. The axemen stand on a board at a height of approximately 3.1m above the ground." Description from the PAAWA website.
Lmao Eddie is such a big goof for being such a beast of a man. Gotta love it.
I want to see Eddie try the luge or bobsled. By-the-way, love this channel. Eddie is the best and very humble and entertaining!
This is the difference between work muscle and gym muscle. I like that this gentleman actually tries out all of these different sports and activities. Well done sir.
Strong men like Eddie are between those two.
He sure is out of shape to be the world's strongest man
Its about technique and repeating the same action.Your body gets more efficient and it as much time as you do anything. A farmer's work is different to a woodcutter to a brick layer but all of them have work muscles.
@Sum Dude true but he did it, won, doesnt need to prove it anymore.
@Sum Dude You are so what's wrong with the internet."Man tries new thing he's never tried before, isn't as good as the professionals. Internet judges."Or"Former World's Strongest Man who hasn't competed in that competition for 6 years isn't as strong as he used to be. Internet judges."
The look on Eddie's face when they said the world record is 12 seconds 😳 😂
Mad respect for these dudes
Its awesome seeing you doing other sports and I cant help but wonder if you have incorporated new exercises in you work out routine since doing some of these videos
Watching these guys competitively is awesome but damn, Eddie doing it puts it into perspective.
Wonder how much this sort of competition training would add to Eddie's training regime. Definitely adds some cardio along with the strength training aspect.
Every video this fantastic man releases is just a massive "try not to laugh". Absolutely hilarious and very humble at the same time. Top Bloke that's for sure. Big Love from Australia Mate!
The funny thing is he could probably deadlift that hole crew on some kind of rig but doing this kind of sport shows me that being cut and agile with lots of stamina wins..Eddie is like a giant teddy bear
The way Eddie unconsciously sticks his thumbs through the rainbow suspenders gets me every time, like he's some old-timey prospector who just happens to be wearing hot pants.
Pretty cool demonstrations. Shows that Big guys may be buff, but they tore quickly 💯💪🏻
I love that Eddie is giving these guys his platform. You can tel both men work their ass’s off at this.
I wonder if Eddie will ever try training and doing this cause the amount of endurance and strength to keep going would help out overall, its like the difference between a body builder and weight lifter.
This is a great example of why I have such respect for you, Eddie. You put yourself out there and try different thing but also humble yourself when being taught by those who are experts.
I wanna see Eddie do medieval combat sports next 😂
Im loving the transition from The Beast the worlds Strongest man to the Beast one of the worlds most well rounded men. Attemping all sorts of sports and being humble about them. Every video iv watvhed with you trying a new sport you show huge respect for it
Originally saw you on Magnus's channel. Very cool to see ya trying timbersports, am a canadian so the lumber jack stereo type is kinda true (at least in my imagination, im currently working on clearing trails on my 10 acres)Edit: this video made me like and subscribe, also shared it with a buddy
Awesome vid.! Also great to see Eddie do this. It really underlines that all kinds of sports have different techniques and training...
Looked like a truly humbling experience I really enjoyed the outfit it was a very nice touch. Ive recently gained a bit of weight but I used to be a scrawny kid working in a tire factory the biggest ones I could physically lift were the 300’s I couldn’t dead weight lift something like that we’d used other tires and steps to roll the big tire up to be carried and put on the machine between the weight and keeping a grip on the tire it could be one hell of a workout. These tires are solid all the way through mind you not like a car tire or something. I wouldn’t say I’m a very strong guy it’s just figuring out the best way to get the job done there was a hoist but it was broken so we had to lift them manually to shred them I liked doing it because once you get the tire on it would take longer to shred which made the day go by faster.
I've split wood for the better part of twenty years with a maul and sledge and I promise that this shit is so much harder than those pros make it look. Eddie is a great strapping man and he's giving it an honest try. It really is that difficult to do, at the speed those dudes are doing it.
id love to get into this more, so far iwe only chopped normal small pieces for the fireplace and that wasnt easy when you gotta do it for a few hours. This looks like a blast.
Eddie, you're the best! Great video amd thank you for providing insight into the sport!
i think eddie just proved that technique is everything here. strength is secondary
Gosh he's such a sweetheart too. Works himself to a sweat dripping mess on the chopping part, of course loses by like 10x the other guy's time, yet after hearing the other guy's time, he immediately notices and congratulates him on a personal best
Eddie is such a funny and adorable soul 😂😭
I love how Eddie is like Snoop Dogg and Gordon Ramsay in the sense that they are all considered some of the greatest in their respective fields, and enjoy the creative freedom that comes from that to try new things. Gordon learning to hunt, fish, and exploring new cultures to learn their recipes. Eddie trying completely new fields like this and genuinely admitting what they're like. Snoop releasing a cookbook, doing tv gigs, and even making a football league. These videos are great. Cant wait for more Eddie!!
Lol snoop does whatever he gets paid for
@P Lampard He is a bit more savvy than that. He doesn't just take a paycheck from the companies he promotes. He usually insists on equity in the company. Snoop is a very good rapper, but he is a great business man. Or to paraphrase Kanye, "He's not a business man, he's a business, man."
@Bob M sometimes yes. But the man litteraly does anything, including some bollywood stuff and weird commercials lol
I've seen these sports on TV before...usually on an outdoor/hunting channel and it's pretty interesting to see how someone as strong as Eddie Hall fairs with them. For chopping wood with an axe it's less about physical strength and more about technique...I know this from experience living near the woods and having chopped wood before and having to chop down smaller trees before they could get too big and cause issues for one reason or another. Wouldn't catch me trying to chop a log while standing on it and swinging it between my legs though...little too dangerous for me boys for my taste.
What a good sport you are Eddie!!!
i feel like he did pretty good for his very first day doing this stuff.
Eddie has some great management. They put him great scenarios where his natural charisma can shine.