– As you know, we’re here
to do Viking feats of strength. The strongest
of the Viking gods is Thor, so we’re here to do the Thor’s
hammer throw for distance. I brought this tape measure to see who’s gonna throw it
the furthest. – Yeah, definitely not you,
buddy. – All right, well,
we’ll find out, won’t we? Well, guys, here we are. – The hammer throw.
If Thor does it, maybe we should test
our strength out with it. We’re just gonna see
who’s strongest… – Yeah.
– …and throw the hammer. These things are 13 pounds. – Are we having
a practice throw? – Here we go, ladies. Don’t screw it up. Pathetic. – Robbie, you’re up.
– Yes, ma’am. Aah! – [ laughs ] Nick, get your
practice throw in. – There you go, buddy. – Right! Aw! Diddums. Go, Brian. – Right!
– [ grunts ] [ laughs ] [ laughter ] – Oh, you! Oh, my God! – Throwing the hammer– it was the first time
I’d ever tried to do that, and I honestly think
I just had too much power. The trajectory was wrong, and somehow the hammer
found its way into, uh, a tree. – That was absolutely terrible,
man. I’m sorry. That was– Couldn’t have been any worse.
– I don’t get a distance ’cause it didn’t hit
the ground – [ laughter ]
– It’s still going. – Brian has a real affinity
for trees. He’s kind of a tree himself. – How far was that, just
for argument’s sake? Like… – Negative 5 feet.
– Yeah, nice. – [ laughter ]
– Get it, Eddie. Nice.
– There you go. – I think it’s fair to say
that, uh, the hammer throw was a very poor performance
for me, due to hitting the tree. – Saves the day, huh? – [ laughs ]