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Image-obsessed Buck and Michelle Miller claim to be America’s best looking couple. Mirrors and portraits of the couple adorn almost every wall of their Las Vegas home as they constantly monitor and try to improve their chiseled physiques. The couple splurges 4 grand each month on manicures, pedicures, hair cuts, tanning and gym membership. Do you think it’s working?

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The dust has barely settled on Conor McGregor’s latest UFC victory, but his new six-part documentary ‘The Notorious’ is set to hit screens in some areas very soon. The series will cover a six-month period including the victories over Diego Brandao at UFC Dublin and Dustin Poirier in Las Vegas’ MGM Grand.

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Getting fit is way easier if it isn’t boring, and this chick knows just hot to make pull ups a bit more fun. Enjoy!

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That landscaper is living out every inner city driver’s fantasy. At least the prison gardens will be fixed up free. Whose side are you on? Leave your thoughts in our comment section now!

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Watch as these guys put their bodies on the line, all in the name of fitness. So many wrists nearly snapped, so many heads nearly bounced off the ground!

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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.

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Future fitness tech from Activetainment is an exercise bike designed for VR and competitive gamification. I would love to strap on a Rift, get totally immersed, and get an insane workout at the same time. Sign me up.

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Going to the gym is a great way to get in shape, unless you don’t know how to exercise properly. Then it’s a great way to ensure someone records you with their camera phone for a funny YouTube clip.

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The evidence that the people playing characters at theme parks are completely awesome and hilarious continues to mount. Today’s proof comes courtesy of Disney’s Gaston who does not suffer fools lightly. I bet that guy has been going to the gym for years, waiting for the challenge, just to humiliate someone. Give that man a raise!

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Is this a person or a frog? The sweep on those legs would be the envy of any squat fiend, except that they were created with synthol!

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Lord have mercy, look at all of that…yoga. Don’t worry about holding that pose for less than a minute. That’s about all I need.

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Damn, just a couple inches and he would’ve broke his neck or landed on his feet. That guy behind him has a mind blowing reaction speed.

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It’s easy to find excuses to not train, but you won’t want an excuse after watching these epic humans. You only live once, you may as well taring hard and get ripped!

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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.

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You know you’re a serious bro when the gym consumes your life, but showing off like you can at the gym is hard everywhere else. This video is going to help. It’s not rocket science, it’s brocience, which is harder.

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Listen, I get that this is a set up. Feel free to climb Everest and scream “fake” at the top of your lungs. That’s fine, I don’t blame you. But I still laughed. And that ass though.

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“Although I don’t remember it, I landed on my back, and hit the back of my Giro helmet, which probably saved me from serious brain injury. Although I had a mild concussion with a bit of memory loss around the event, I am very grateful to have escaped feeling only a little banged up. Also, thank you very much to the folks who stopped to help.” – Silas Patlove

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There is no doubt that the human race isn’t scared of a bit of risk and adventure. The question is, how far can we push it? Check out these epic 2014 highlights from various actions sports around the world. Shout out to Dan Rice for the submission.