While that machine is capable of taking an amazing amount of punishment, I don't appreciate his offroading style. I own a lifted Jeep on 35s and most people I go four wheeling lift believe in the phrase "tread lightly". He's knocking down trees and tearing up the trails making the experience less fun for the rest of us. I can do most of those trails without kicking up half that much dirt. Sometimes its not "give it more gas" but more finesse to get up the trails. Living here in Colorado I've had no problem doing some of the toughest red trails in the nation... even trails that check if you are carrying a spill kit because "you will flip over". One of our trails even requires a winch and a highlift jack before you can even go past the start point because without a winch you will NOT get out.
But hey, that buggy can take some damage so good for him. IMHO that is not the proper way to drive off road.