Lifting one’s burdens is always impressive, but the greatest burden of all is that of a myth. One myth loomed over us all, a staggering hill of things that are probably lies. You may even call them a mountain.
Hafþór Julius Bjornsson, also known as The Mountain from Game Of Thrones, is a 6’9” 400-pound beast. He also happens to be the winner of the 2015 Europe’s Strongest Man competition, because he has to be with a nickname like The Mountain. Here he is walking around with a car on his shoulders.
One of my most persistent fears when I'm working underneath a car is that it's going to fall on me somehow. I know that's rare, but accidents happen, like they did to Adam Simmons of Plymouth, Mass. Fortunately, his daughter was there to LIFT THE FREAKING JEEP OFF HIM WITH HER BARE HANDS.
The National Geographic Channel's "Humanly Impossible" is a showcase of freakshows, and Austria's Franz Müllner showed off a pretty impressive feat of strength by holding back a Mustang GT500 as it performed a burnout in his face.