This is how to pack on mega size for 2016 like World's Strongest Man contender Eddie Hall
What's your health and fitness goal for 2016?
Some people might want to shed a few pounds, others might want to get fit for a marathon and some folk probably want to add a few inches to their biceps.
But if you want to get absolutely f**king massive and freakishly strong then there's one man you should probably listen to.
That's World's Strongest Man contender Eddie Hall. Being a 28-stone juggernaut and the reigning World Deadlift Champion with a 463kg pull, he knows a thing or two about stacking on some size.
If you don't believe us - this is what he looked like as a teenager.
He eats a staggering 10,000 calories a day to, er, keep his strength up. That's five days worth of food for the average human man.
He's nailed 1,000 calories before breakfast - which consists of 100g dry oats with milk and jam, 1 banana, 250ml Greek yoghurt, and a 700ml protein shake, adding another 1000 to 1,500 calories to his meal plan.
Hall, who finished 4th at World's Strongest Man 2015, eats a fair mountain of food around his workouts too which also presumably helped him beat The Mountain on the Atlas Stones.
The Stoke-on-Trent strongman revealed his full day's eating plan here if you fancy a try. Good luck...