Watch as Rob Kahn teaches his students the secrets of his shoulder pressure system at Jungle Gym Martial Arts HQ in the Bronx. Guy appears to be seizing, class of people laugh hysterically. Zero f**ks given.

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While the initial reaction for most fans was likely one of disappointment when news broke that Alexander Gustafsson was out of his highly anticipated title rematch against Jon Jones, the long-time champion and injury replacement Daniel Cormier have certainly done their part to get fans pumped for UFC 178. While last year’s initial Jones-Gustafsson clash at UFC 165 may have been one of the best light heavyweight title fights of all time, Jones vs. Cormier has easily become the promotion’s most anticipated fight of the year. Lets stop for a moment and take a look at Daniel Cormier’s highlight reel for the year so far!

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Benedikt Magnusson set a new deadlift world record of 461kgs/1016lbs at the 2014 Europe’s Strongest Man event. The lift took so much mental focus that he wasn’t prepared for the interview after!

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B-boy Simon Ata aka ‘Simonster’, shows us his brutal strength with this insane callisthenics video. Not a single dumbbell was lifted, just bodyweight getting owned!

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Weightlifter Lachyl Abdul Guseynov performed this stunt during a competition in Georgia in Europe. Using his cheekbones to hold the weights on hooks, Lachyl completed a squat, making his leg day the gnarliest in the world!

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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 physique. Here is a select few.


“I play real sports. I’m not trying to be the best at exercising.” – Kenny Powers. There is a longstanding, endless and circular argument that surrounds CrossFit when it comes to injuries. It usually starts with someone outside the CrossFit community making a claim that “CrossFit causes rhabdo” or “Kipping pull-ups are bad for the shoulders.” What do you think? Do you enjoy CrossFit, or do you think it’s a waste of time.

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Need a little inspiration to hit your local park and rip out a few pull ups? All you need is some dedication and you will be as ripped as this guy!


It’s clear to see the motorcyclist was doing nothing wrong and as he nears the cyclist, the rider takes a hard left turn straight into the motorcyclist’s path. Luckily the biker was paying close enough attention to avoid collision. We’re sure next time the cyclist won’t be so careless.

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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 physique. Here is a select few bodies from back in the 80’s


Rich Froning won the 2014 CrossFit Games for the fourth consecutive year and was again crowned the “fittest man on Earth.” Rich, 27, has suggested he will retire from individual competition after the 2014 CrossFit Games, but will continue competing in team events. However, Froning appears to have had a change of heart. “I am not retiring, I am just switching gears,” he said after winning the CF Games for the fourth time. Last week, Froning signed a lucrative long-term contract with Reebok, sponsor of the CrossFit Games. While terms of the deal were not disclosed, a rep told Men’s Fitness Froning’s endorsement deal makes him one of Reebok’s highest-paid athletes whose earnings are on par with NBA and NFL stars.


9 years ago Matt Leone crashed his motorbike in Pennsylvania, after being introduced to physical therapy shortly afterwards he realised he had a strong passion for it. The rest as they say, is history. Today Matt is a dead set beast in the gym and motivates people worldwide with awesome videos like this one. Shout out to Steve Hufferman for the submission.


A cyclist was hit by a car in Romford, slammed into the windscreen and miraculously landed on his feet – and caught the whole thing on his helmet cam. “The second time I rode into London in an effort to gain some fitness, rather than take the train, ended like this. After a very uncomfortable trip to the hospital in a neck brace and spinal board and various x-rays I escaped with just bruising. So I consider myself lucky.” – Cycle Jack.


It’s hard work being a sumo wrestler. The amount of food alone is a daunting task. Meet world sumo champion Byamba Ulambayar – who consumes 10,000 calories a day to keep his 6-foot-1 360 pound frame. The video follows Byamba as he makes chankonabe – a stew with fish broth, meat, tofu, eggs and vegetables. The Mongolian born athlete, who moved to Japan as a child, explains that his enormous diet is still about nutrition. “If you want to be a sumo wrestler you have to be able to practice, you know? And then after that the body is going to be tired, right? And then it has to eat healthy and take a lot of portions,” he said.

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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 physique. Here is a select few.


“Ok your spot, drop your sh*t, survey the scene, and slowly circumcise your torso.” The Brofessor is back and this week he’s here to teach us the best way to take our shirts off in public.


“I was clipped by a pickup at around 8:20 AM in Bullard TX. This really is a little difficult to watch. The sounds are unedited. The video is in two parts, some from the rear facing camera and some from the front facing camera. Injuries sustained, broken scapula, 5 broken ribs, collapsed lung, and a gash to the head. Also various minor road rash spots.” – Mark Cathey


Benedikt Magnusson is the world record-holder for deadlift, lifting 1015 lbs/460 kg. Andy Bolton was the man he beat – the strongest European powerlifter ever, the first man ever to dead lift over 1000lbs / 453kg, whose PB at squat is 1213.6lbs/550.5kg. For guys who train to add size or sculpt aesthetics, these powerlifters illustrate a different approach to lifting weights, like never training to failure, and eating huge amounts of calories. These beasts of the gym may not be on the cover of the magazines, but as athletes, they are the best in the world at what they do.