Mak Okun, a 24-year-old bodybuilder, has been making gains thanks to his arm prosthetic, which is so strong that it even helps him on the bench press. The arm is made out of carbon fibre which is strong enough to handle the weights his body is capable of.
American teenager Bignattydaddy gained online notoriety from his use open use of anabolic steroids on his social media channels, a controlled substance which are illegal without a prescription in the USA. This documentary follows him as he bodybuilds to try and achieve the perfect physique and answers his many online critics who disagree with his drug taking.
“Been trying to do a full split for so long. Getting closer though, give me a few more months #ThisShitHurts” – Jen Selter.
The worst possible nightmare for a competitive powerlifter has to be what one woman experienced recently at the Raw Unity Powerlifting Championships (or “Rum9”). Instagram user @BlondeBeautyBri posted a video of her doing a deadlift during competition — and throwing up in the middle of the lift, right in front of the judges.
You probably know Icelandic strongman Hafthór Júlíus Björnsson as “the huge guy from Game of Thrones who exploded that other dude’s skull with his hands.” It was one of the most shocking scenes in 2015 television, complete with over-the-top HBO-financed gore. And when you look at the real-life 6’9” man they call The Mountain, you think: He probably could crush another man’s skull with his bare hands. The guy comes from hardy Nordic stock (his grandfather was a farmer for 40-plus years), he hasn’t missed a workout in six years, and he can deadlift 990 pounds.
“The Ahhhnold Schwarzenegger 5lb Iron Mass Gainer Challenge! A whole lot of calories packed into one 5lb jug. Banana Cream flavour. A whole lotta #gainz. And no, I don’t intend to see the bicep goal to the end. Enjoy!” – Matt Stonie.
You don’t need to be a gym rat to know that Whitney‘s workout routine has given her the hottest body on the planet. Sit back and enjoy the show!