- A man wowed many with his show of strength as he pulled a truck with his body in a video that has gone viral
- Many people wanted to know why the athlete put himself under much pressure to prove his strength
- There were some social media users who joked that what he did was nothing, saying they once moved mountains
The video of a weight-pulling athlete dragging a truck with ropes strapped around his body has gone viral on both Instagram and TikTok.
In the clip, many people surrounded the man as some whipped out their phones to capture the moment.
After some seconds of great exertion, the man slowly gets the truck in motion.
His type of activity, called vehicle pulling, falls under what is known as the strongman sport of strength athletics. In such a sport, an athlete's strength is tested in many non-traditional ways, according to Wikipedia.
How did he manage it all?
Many people wondered how he was able to carry out the task. There were, however, some people who doubted his strength, asking why a person was in the truck's driver seat.
Watch the video below:
Briefly News compiled some of the reactions the video got below:
"This thing doesn't matter in Heaven."
"If the trailer con go jam ham nko."
"If not that I don’t like showing off what is trailer that I can’t pull?"
"Mehn this is serious, who is he impressing?"
"He should sign up for WWE."
"How much dey pay am?"
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A man carries his sisters' weight as he trains, people are awed
Meanwhile, Briefly News earlier reported that a young workout enthusiast generated massive reactions online after adding his sisters' weights to the bars he lifted.
Sharing a clip of the act online, the man had a very funny caption for it, saying it shows how he is carrying his "family through these tough times".
In the short video, the man struggled hard to lift his siblings up as he stretches his muscles hard. Like a professional weight lifter, the man soon overcomes the challenge and presses up.
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Source: Briefly News