This guy takes fitness or nutrition videos and adds his own commentary over the top to refute its claims. This episode, the kipping dip gets torn a new one. What do you think?
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.
This man believes he has grown the biggest arms in Brazil by injecting a cocktail of mineral oil and alcohol into his arms called synthol. The 43-year-old’s 29 inch biceps don’t make him any stronger, and heavy users of synthol can develop multiple abscesses in the muscle tissue, which can lead to amputations and even death.
In the fitness center “Pure Fitness Jatomi Ostrava” in Czech Republic, women now use small trampolines to get fit. Other than the continuous high pitched “Wooo” every so often this looks like it would be quite a decent workout. Definitely not the worst thing to come out of the fitness industry that’s for sure.
Traveling for anyone isn’t easy, and traveling for Brian is no exception. Born in 1982, Brian is an American professional strongman competitor and winner of the 2011 World’s Strongest Man and 2013 World’s Strongest Man competitions. For more info on this super human man, check visit his Facebook.
Teenage bodybuilder Daveon Hill is so obsessed with weight training he wakes up at 4am to hit the gym. The 18-year-old professional – who has dedicated his life to his passion – can effortlessly lift his own bodyweight and competes against men twice his age. Bulky Daveon consumes 5,000 calories a day in strict diet which helps him develop his incredible physique. Yet despite turning the heads of girls his own age, the teen says he is too busy for romance.
CT Flecther introduces a monster in the gym by the name of Keven ‘Da Hulk’ Washington. The size and strength of this guy is mind blowing!
“I do 6-12 reps, which is the best range to build muscle and maintain lean mass, it’s a scientific fact. I do go high at around 20 reps but very rare. I workout 45 to 60 minutes, no need more than that, I barely make my way to the car after 60 minutes of hard workout. Eat healthy. Train hard. Sleep well and be calm and relaxed, not stressed. I recommend doing meditation, it helps me a lot.” – Alon Gabbay