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The Mountain height weight size how big?! Cersei for scale! Hafþór Júlíus "Thor" Björnsson weighs 419 pounds, says Reddit AMA.

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Hafþór Júlíus Björnsson weighs 400 pounds. His personal records:

  • Squat – 350 kg (794 lbs.) raw
  • Bench press – 230 kg (507 lbs.) raw
  • Strongman Deadlift – 420 kg (924 lbs.) raw with wrist straps
  • Loglift – 192.5 kg (424 lbs.)

More about him:

So a 25 year old will play the older brother to a 44 year old, I guess they can work their TV magic to accomplish that!

He is the tallest strongman ever from Iceland, Janill.  ICELAND.

Yes, again, friggin Iceland is dealing it ;)  Are these people some king of superior race? or what!  lol



Jaime Lannister NICE gif Imgur

The Mountain looks a lot older than 25.

Ages are strange in Westeros anyway.

Margaery is played by a 32 year old and Tommen, not even close.

Fun fact, out of all the actors that played the mountain, this guy is the shortest.

Reddit comments:

The Faces of The Mountain:

Game of Thrones The Mountain season 1 Portrayed by Conan Stevens gregor clegane

SEASON ONE Portrayed by Conan Stevens

Game of Thrones The Mountain season 2 Portrayed by Ian Whyte gregor clegane

SEASON TWO Portrayed by Ian Whyte

Game of Thrones The Mountain season 4 Portrayed by Hafþór Júlíus Björnsson gregor clegane

SEASON FOUR Portrayed by Hafþór Júlíus Björnsson


That's a lot of tattoos to cover up ;)

Holy smokes, yeah. I just noticed no tattoos in the pictures at the top and bottom of this page. Wow!!

You can really see his tattoos here...

Hafþór Júlíus Björnsson tattoos

...but not here:

Hafþór Júlíus Björnsson tattoos

Really good makeup -- no tattoos:

Mountain no tattoos Game of Thrones season 4 meme Imgur

This article is really interesting about his strong man career:

He once threw a washing machine 15 feet!

Sizes of first and third Mountains plus the Hound: 6'9", 7'1", and 6'6"...

Mountain and Hound size meme Mountain Actors scaled size comparison 6'9, 7'1 with 6'6 Hound for kicks Imgur

Reddit comments:

Here's a gif of that deadlift:

the mountain deadlifts 994 pounds gif Imgur thor bjornsson weightlifting 1000 pounds

This is him 4 or 5 years ago -- he used to be a basketball player, not a weightlifter!

Hafþór Júlíus "Thor" Björnsson skinny basketball player 2009 Imgur

I cannot even IMAGINE the amount of protein that kid had to eat to become the Mountain. Maybe like... 10 whole cows!?!?

OMG, he was so skinny!

Janill, is there something that happens to Icelandic people that makes them become HUGE?

I think it's just him, not sure how big the general population is.  Tallest population I think is Dutch, at  6' 1" for males.

Iceland was not measured.

Here is the question asked in a Wiki:

180.6 centimeters (5' 9") Icelandic men

Dutch *are* the tallest.

I just love that Iceland is known as The Land of Ice and Fire.

Iceland... Is Westeros???

Thank you for those stats, Janill.

Skip to the bottom of this page for a cool video on Icelandic giants. 

The Mountain with two guys taller than 6'9":

The Mountain with two people taller than him meme funny Imgur

The Mountain and the Hound:

The Mountain and the Hound meme Game of Thrones dog Thor Bjornsson Imgur

According to his Reddit AMA, he listens to metal while training and his cardio regimen is "sex."

Hafþór Júlíus "Thor" Björnsson of Iceland Ask Me Anything:

Strongman Hafthor 'The Mountain' Bjornsson Reddit AMA

Super cool video!  Thanks!

Thor isn't an Icelandic name, right? It's Nordic.

At Game of Thrones episode 4.07 we're in the year 300AC.

Oberyn born in 258AC - 42 years old

Tyrion born in 274AC - 26 years old

Ser Gregor: either born in 265AC or 266AC, wiki isn't certain so he's 34-35.

The Hound: 270AC - 271AC so he's 30

More about episode 4.07:

This is a good documentary about The Giants of Iceland:

Thor Bjornsson (The Mountain) is in it.

Interesting film.

I thought so too! Iceland is even more fascinating than we realized.

The Mountain is now officially Europe's strongest man.

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