“He’s a Little Machine”: After Eddie Hall’s Historic 1100 Lbs+ Deadlift, Strongman Beast’s 10 YO Son Stuns Bodybuilding World With His 160 Lbs Insane Deadlift

Published 06/02/2023, 12:15 AM EDT

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Fans of the English Strongman Eddie Hall are well-versed that he is planning to venture into bodybuilding after his sprint in boxing. ‘The Beast’ is accompanied by his son for training sessions at the gym. The hero of the new YouTube video posted on Hall’s official channel is Maximus, son of Eddie Hall.

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In a new video, the father-son duo was up to some exhausting gym sessions. But what left the Strongman’s fans bewildered is Maximus’s 160 lbs deadlift. They showered the little boy with praise in the comments section of the video. 

Maximus’s 160 lbs deadlift shocks netizens

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Maximus is following in his father’s footsteps and impressing the fitness world even at the age of 10 years. His aim was to do three sets of five reps of 160 lbs deadlift, as his father watches him with pride.

Netizens baffled by the kid’s strength commented in appreciation for the Strongman’s heir. A happy fan wrote, “Love this, he’s a little machine, son and dad.” While another fan didn’t miss Hall’s emotion in the video and said, “You can tell Eddie is so proud. Well done young man.

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A fascinated follower commented, “Unbelievable! I’ve never seen such a strong child before! Max is great!” A commenter praised the kid by writing, “Massive respect to you lil man, keep it up. ” A fan fell in love with father-son videos and wrote, “These videos have fast become some of my favorites.

Eddie Hall’s reason behind 1100 lbs deadlift

The Beast risked his life in 2016’s Europe’s Strongest Man Competition by lifting a record 1100 lbs. He injured himself in the process as blood dripped from his nose, ears, and tear ducts while performing the risky feat.

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Hall, however, confessed in an interview that he is inspired by Andy Bolton and wanted to create history by doing the impossible. “I wanted to do something more extraordinary. I want to be the first man to pull half it’s on. The first man to pull 1100 pounds off of the floor and it just became so obsessive, you know,” he told the London Real.

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Like father, like son. But their warm bond is what keeps his fans yearning for more such training videos of the duo. It looks like Maximus and Eddie Hall both, have more in store, given their incredible strength.

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Written by:

Etha Bindu Rani

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Etha Bindu Rani is an American sportswriter at EssentiallySports. Being a fitness enthusiast, she considers Ronnie Coleman and Chris Bumstead as her inspirations. Apart from that, Etha is passionate about writing.
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