Last Man Standing – Week 3 Catchup – BBC Three


Last Man Standing - Week 3 Catchup - BBC Three
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    British athlete Ed describes what it was like to stay with the Sherpas and take part in the mountain race.
    
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    1. Can someone please tell me if this is currently running on television? I saw the first series but am trying to figure out if this one is running now.

    2. this guy really impressed me when he pulled this off. and the way he speaks so passionately about it is kind of, well.. sexy! makes me wanna do something hard like that. well done, mate.

    3. this is the very same way how igorots (natives of the mountains of north luzon, philippines) traditionally carry their loads of goods. it makes your core muscles and legs tough (from what i noticed to their muscular development and how it felt).

    4. When recruiting for the British Army in Nepal ..boys have to go through way more than this….
      but still well done though…..

    5. Something about the hoodie sweater Ed wore made me wanna shout "There's Waldo!" throughout the entire race.

      Seriously, though, much respect for these guys. They had to basically take speed-courses in competitions where other had trained for for years, and they still managed to pull through! Not only that, but they also had to try and adapt to the different cultures and food.