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Hapfor Bjornsson is displaying his impressive strength by pulling a 17-ton truck

By Extra Mustard
May 27, 2016

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Hafþór Bjornsson is known for two things: Playing “The Mountain” on Game of Thrones and being very, very strong.

While Cersei Lannister’s personal guard has not seen much action so far on the HBO hit so far this season, Bjornsson decided to get ready for the upcoming Arnold Classic South Africa competition by strapping himself to a 17-ton truck and pulling it for multiple laps, according to TMZ Sports.

Just another day at the office 💪 @roguefitness @gymgrossisten.no @swoleoclock @giantspro @hafid_fiskverslun @glorestaurant @voxx_brands

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When the power is to much! #ThorsPower #TruckPull #SouthAfrica #ArnoldClassic

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​He also picked up a comically large dumbbell to get in some shoulder work.

Doing work with the Giant Dumbbell today. Flying out to South Africa - competing this weekend. #ArnoldClassic #ThorsPower #FeelingStrong

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Earlier this year Bjornsson came in fifth at the Arnold Strongman Classic which means there are actually people even stronger than him, which is hard to believe.

– Brendan Maloy

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