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When you think of Eddie Hall you instantly picture this huge dude who was once the World's Strongest Man four years ago.
Fast forward to 2021, he's still very hench, don't get me wrong, but has managed to shred an incredible six stone for his upcoming fight against Hafthor 'The Mountain' Björnsson.
Hall has dropped down in weight from the 200kg (31 stone 7 pounds) weight he attained when he became the World's Strongest Man to just 158kg (24 stone 12 pounds).
His secret to the body transformation might not be what you expect.
Hall told Men's Health that his morning walks are the main reason behind his weight loss.
'Bulls***' you might be thinking. However, Hall says the daytime strolls are the 'biggest change' in his approach.
He said: "I would say the biggest change for me is adding in daily walks.
"Just every day getting up in the morning and walking a mile and a half.
"Some mornings I run and some mornings I walk, but every single day I get up and do a mile and a half, and I take my dog out.
"It helps me clear my mind, sets me up for the day and it's a great way of getting exercise in, and I genuinely believe that's why the weight has fallen off me."
He added: "I don't use any of those f***ing Fitbits or anything like that; I find them really stressful.
"I just I just go with the flow.
"I don't put any marker on it; I just do it all by feel."
The 33-year-old also said his change in diet has been very important.
Speaking to Muscle & Health, he explained: "When I won the World's Strongest Man I was almost 200kg.
"Right now I weigh about 158kg, so I'm 40 kilos or so down.
"In my Strongman days I was consuming upwards of 12,000 calories a day. That was just a constant cow grazing.
"All-day from the second I woke up to the second I went to sleep I'd have meals. I was probably eating eight meals a day with snacks in-between and lots of liquids like high-calorie smoothies.
"Now, I have four square meals a day and five protein shakes in-between to make sure I don't dig too big a hole.
"I'd say I'm on roughly 6,000 calories a day right now. That's half what I was eating when I was the World's Strongest Man."
Hall - who is still recovering from the bicep injury which forced him to postpone his hotly anticipated boxing match with Hafþór Björnsson - is now back in training, with the pair likely to face off next year.
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