“This is my one year transformation. I was obese and not very happy with the direction my life was going. I did a complete 180 and did what I needed to do to get what I wanted. If you set your mind to it, you can too! Hopefully this video gives some credibility to my expertise and the hardships I’ve gone through. I really do want to help people work towards achieving what I was able to achieve.”
“Who said flippers can’t be yoked!? Legendary acrobat from west Africa, @sekou_badi came down to visit Huntington Beach and train with us. He is currently performing for cavalier odyssey in Irvine.” – Strength Project. Shout out to everybody that could flip when they were younger, but wouldn’t dare try that sh*t now.
Working out at a gym is so much more than mere “me” time to improve our health and physiques. It’s a social experience unlike any other, where we get to see ridiculous people doing even more ridiculous things. This is funny sh*t. Go buy your momma a house. Matter a fact, go buy your whole family houses.
“People think I’m harming my baby … and that I’m all about staying skinny and not nourishing my little D,” says Chontel Duncan. “I know it’s hard to believe that someone can carry a child the way I am, but in reality, a lot of women carry like me.” Duncan and her husband, Sam, plan to welcome a baby boy, their first child, on March 30.
You have your mother’s biceps Harry. Voldemort is apparently pushing gear in the locker room. Well, my abs have had their weeks work out, hilarious stuff from Aussie fitness wizard Zac Perna. Follow him on Instagram HERE.
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.