You have to admire those individuals that take care of their bodies and the time and commitment they put into sculpting an epic physic. Here is a select few.
Recently, Muscle & Fitness mag published Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson’s diet. As you might expect, the guy who plays Hercules on the big screen requires a steady onslaught of grilled meats and steamed veggies. This average guy was dared to see if he could handle the tidal wave of food that The Rock consumed each day!
Romario Dos Santos Alves modeled himself on the Incredible Hulk and risked his life injecting oil into his arms. The 25-year-old turned to a cocktail of oil, painkillers and alcohol to pump up his biceps. After causing serious damage to his kidneys, doctors told him he was going to need to get both his arms amputated!
Captain Sarah Cudd is only 1 of the 46 candidates who earned the EFMB at Fort Dix recently. This is her last few seconds of the 12 Mile Foot March. The march is the last event of the Expert Field Medical Badge (EFMB), and must be completed within 3 hours. If you want it, you have to go get it This EFMB candidate wanted it badly, and she got it. It took heart, guts, determination, falling down and getting up, and a little motivation from the crowd to get across the finish line.
“At the end of 2013/14 I had a nasty bacterial infection in my knee joint that moved into my blood due to a chronic problem I have with my knee. I had two surgeries where they open up the joint and wash it out. I lost all my muscle mass and threw up whatever I’d eat. I was in hospital, bed bound, for a month. Once free I was unable to bend my knee but didn’t qualify for any kind of extra help. I lay in bed for another month doing nothing expect eating junk and getting fatter and skinnier. I decided to change when I couldn’t take any more.”
You don’t want to be this guy. Go look at some ‘Get Fit‘ galleries and get fired up to lose the jelly and pack on some lean muscle.
The weightlifters name is Tommy Dolan, and he’s competing at the Irish Powerlifting Organisation (IPO) National Championship. The snapping noise you hear is both his quadriceps tearing off the bone. This was his opener and the first of the 3 lifts. The weight was 280kg (roughly 617lbs). Only ants can lift multiples of their own weight. This dude is not an ant.
Manny Pacquiao has a better chance of beating Floyd Mayweather now than he did in 2010, claims his trainer Freddie Roach. The pair came close to agreeing a big-money bout five years ago but it eventually fell through, leaving the boxing world waiting and wondering whether they would ever meet. But after half a decade of speculation, the pair will finally go head-to-head in Las Vegas on May 2 – and Roach believes his man will have the advantage at the MGM Grand.