Max Stanford ate a pancake challenge stack in 5:07 to win the first prize of £200 in a contest held at Polo 24 Hour Bar in London.


  1. Anonymous said

    February 22, 2023 @ 5:25 am

    How does this guy continue to do contest after contest, challenge after challenge and look exactly the same as he has when he started?

  2. Anonymous said

    February 22, 2023 @ 12:06 pm

    ???? (or the answer I watch my diet and exercise daily)

  3. Anonymous said

    February 23, 2023 @ 4:58 pm

    Dont get too offended, mate. There’s a bunch of trolls on this site. Some people think it’s impossible to be in caloric balance when you do 3 to 4 challenges a week. It’s a fair misunderstanding, but if you only eat salads and exercise 6 or 7 days a week, you can stay around your starting weight. It would be tough to do this many challenges or contest each week for months at a time, and stay at your current weight though. (Without reversing the food). I’d say 2-3 challenge per week is manageable to not gain weight, or gain very little.

    But we all see how much weight Randy puts on when he does like 6 challenges a week, travels, and has little time to do large amounts of exercise. He can gain 120 pound over the course of 4 months pretty easily.

    There’s always a tipping point though, Like you can’t out-train a 5,000 calories calorie surplus every single day of the week. Especially if you feel like garbage after a challenge–you’re not gonna go for a long run or do squats. Most people that do this “seriously”, like for money/YouTube, are not keeping most of their challenge or contest meals down. And that’s the reality of it.

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