This ‘kid’ is already a hulk beast maniac while still in high school! Watch out for this guy at the next Olympics, he’ll be the dude walking around with a car over his shoulder.
“I was born in the Brazilian capital city of Brasilia. From the very beginning a love of sports, competition, and the fitness lifestyle, was a passion of mine. Being a playmate opened up additional doors and my following opportunity, a marketing campaign for a health food supplement store, exposed me to the world of female figure competition. From that moment, my career path opened for me.” – Larissa Reis
Real intensity is when you use your mind to push past your bodies physical limits, because you refuse to quit. You don’t pay attention to pain, even though you are suffering, you keep coming back to the gym to get more and more. I hope this video motivates you to train with real intensity today, because nothing worthwhile ever comes easy. Don’t let anyone hold you back.
This is the movie the food industry doesn’t want you to see. FED UP blows the lid off everything we thought we knew about food and weight loss, revealing a 30-year campaign by the food industry, aided by the U.S. government, to mislead and confuse the American public, resulting in one of the largest health epidemics in history.
If there is one thing self-proclaimed bro science expert Dom Mazzetti knows, it’s that training biceps isn’t everything, it’s the only thing.
Zach Anner is a comedian with cerebral palsy who has built a substantial YouTube following thanks to some incredible work out videos that mix humor with actual inspiration, among other things (plus a boost from Oprah). Put it this way: If this guy can work out, so can you. Here’s his 100th video, the 12th edition of Work Out Wednesday.
The 2014 Arnold Strongman Classic has another world record broken in the deadlift, this time from Lithuanian Zydrunas Savickas, who lifted a colossal 1,155 pounds. Savickas, a highly accomplished World’s Strongest Man champion nicknamed “Big Z,” out-lifted Mark Felix, who set the world record the previous year at 1,128 pounds in the same event.