Brian Shaw Bends And Breaks Various Types Of Frying Pans With An Ease!
Watching “Strongman” competitions can be very interesting. You can see how far human strength can go. They can lift very heavy objects. But they also make great parodies! Brian Shaw showed the way he “plays” with many types of frying pans.
Brian Shaw was born in Fort Lupton, Colorado, in 1982. This giant is 6 feet 8 inches (203 cm) tall and weighs 180-200 kg (400-440 lbs). “Gigantor” is a 4x World’s Strongest Man and 3x Arnold Strongman Classic champion. Do you watch Strongman competitions regularly? Then you remember his wars with Hafthor Bjornsson, Zydrunas Savickas, and Eddie Hall. This 36-year-old giant is one of the most powerful people in the history of North America!
Jujumfu is a youtube channel known for grip strength tests and strongmen appearances. Look at the video carefully. Yes, it lasts 27 minutes, but it is absolutely worth your time. You will be amazed!
Brian Shaw folds multiple frying pans, which are made of various materials – cast iron, carbon steel, and aluminum. I mean, you can only look at his hand and you’ll notice monstrous grip strength. Note – Shaw could even break a few of them! How superb the power of this man is!
Brian Shaw also unofficially broke a pinch block world record. He made it look so easy! When “regular people” tried to lift half or even a quarter of his weight, they couldn’t even move an object!
Ok, let’s not lie to each other. There is a technique for everything, even folding frying pans! But you must apply a gigantic amount of force. You could hardly do that unless you are a beast!
Brian Shaw won third place in World’s Strongest Man competitions in 2017 and 2018. He was also second in Arnold Strongman Classic 2018. Did you like Shaw’s ultimate demonstration of power?
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