Arbab Khizer Hayat is 25 years old Strong Man from Pakistan weighting 68 stones, he feels he is fine and is in most excellent health.
As a 25 years old he is heavily overweighted, as for medical point of view man´s mid body fat tells a lot, mid body fat ( belly fat ) is equal to
how much fat is in inner organs. This will lead him in serious health problems.. very serious
No way this man is healthy, he might be strong but he is in his youth still. He has already troubles to move and rather do his pulling ( trucks ) in
sitting position when he is not moving other muscles than upper body ones, his lower body from chest down do not get a much exercise and that is the
place he should really train with.
He is aiming to wrestling career in United States. He might be one who will get people to watch him to wrestle, but people most likely will lose their
interest on him if his wrestling is just standing up being out of reach. What kind of opponent he will be is yet to see and it will be quite
dangerous when this size of the man falls over someone else.
He eats a 10,000 calories a day, includings 36 eggs for breakfast, 7lb of meat, five litres of milk and more.
Has people lost their reason..
edit on 13-1-2017 by dollukka because: (no reason given)
He might, but he will need a lot of help coping in his life. I am pretty sure he is already in need of help for basic needs like urinating and
dressing up. He is unable to reach with his arms, even eating seems quite a task for him. Buy looking at his hands he has never done any hard work as
those are thin like a baby´s hands not like a hands of the man who actually use strenght , hands tells a lot of his ability to really being in sport
which needs actual muscles.
Those two cars, A Toyota and a Lexus are likely autos, and probably FWD, all you need to do there is use the Auto in drive and rock the boat while the
footbrake is on. Can't see so much about the tractor. Still, it looks a little someone is taking the P-Gate...
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