If it hadn’t been for a car crash at 3 a.m. on spring night in 2008, Jordan Grahm might not be alive. At well over 400 pounds and squeezed into a 5XL, Jordan was on the road towards eating himself to death.
Through a unique blend of breakdancing, calisthenics, and traditional barbell movements, Vazquez has created a signature training style and a body marked by speed, power, and real strength. He may have started out overweight and unhappy, but today he’s a business owner and proud role model to his son, and he embodies the Performix notion of “greatness, unrelenting.”
“In a world where just about anyone can call themselves a “trainer,” Louie Simmons reigns as the “Godfather” of strength training. As a world-class powerlifter, Louie made a name for himself breaking numerous records and innovating strength through his Eastern-bloc training methodology. His “invite-only” gym in Columbus, Ohio (Westside Barbell) has has become the mecca for elite athletes looking to become the best in the world.” – @gritmedia.
That’s one reason why Evan Centopani says that as a professional bodybuilder, he is also a “professional eater.” He takes this stuff very seriously. If you want to get the most out of his groundbreaking program Iron Intelligence, learning what you can from his nutritional approach is a must. Before you lift a single weight, do yourself a favor and watch this nutritional day in the life of one of the world’s top bodybuilders.
“Whilst pedalling today my mate Paul went to put his bike over a fence. Half way though he realised that it was electric! So he dropped it on the fence. This is a video of him and my mate Al trying to get it off! Please excuse the swearing, and oh yes by the way the clicking sound is the electric pulsing!”
‘Can I give you 20 now and 180 at the end of the month?’ A teenager in Arlington, Texas, was caught smoking weed by a police officer. But instead of arresting the teen, Officer Eric Ball decided to borrow some disciplinary tactics from his high school football days and had the teen drop and give him 200 pushups. “He’s struggling” Yeah that’s because he’s high as f**k. The average person couldn’t do 50 legit pushups in a row, let alone 200.
I’m sure it was just a typical day at Gold’s Gym in Anderson, South Carolina, but it turned into quite the chaotic scene when a deer burst through the window, sending workout folks running for cover. Now it doesn’t seem that this deer wanted to workout, as he acted like me when I find myself inside of a gym: Just running towards the exit.
Hannibal For King is like a mythical creature in the street workout world. His body is bloody insane and shredded, and he did it all with bodyweight workouts!
People complain about the rusty equipment in their gym, the terrible taste of their pre-workout and a million other excuses. How would you cope if you did not have a gym at all? A massive 80% will give up their fitness goals without the right equipment. Real determination inspires creativity, as proven by these athletes.
Watch footage of the disgraceful act where bodybuilder Giannis Magos (Greece) hit an IFBB judge at the 2016 Diamond Cup in Greece. Magos won the +100 kg class, but was unpleased when he didn’t win the overall title and the pro-card. There is no excuse for this type of behaviour, and it will have legal consequences.
If you were wondering what kind of wife you want, Kayli Ann Phillips could be the perfect blueprint. You’d better hit the gym though cos it will be awkward if she can deadlift more than you.
I’m not sure where this guy gets all his energy, but he seems to be kicking life’s arse. Check him out on instagram @Jujimufu.
“When the weights are just too far away at the other end of the gym so I just lift whatever’s near me. Big love. The Beast.” – Eddie Hall.