Bill’s fifty-two years old, has a mountain man beard, and delivers pizza on a fixie in Brooklyn. Over the course of several shifts, DELIVERY unveils an intriguing man rushing food to your door while it’s still hot and fresh.
Way back in 2008, Los Angeles Lakers’ shooting guard Kobe Bryant created a minor uproar with a viral video filmed and released by Nike. In it, the 16-time NBA all-star vaulted a moving Aston Martin. The promotional plug of the whole thing was that Bryant’s ups were courtesy of his new Nikes, although he later admitted that “Hollywood” had a big part in the video. This new footage is allegedly real and stars a Swedish man named Al the Jumper. Rather than an Aston Martin, Al jumps a Lamborghini Gallardo Superleggera, which is heading right for him at 80 miles per hour. It is, if it’s as real as claimed, a very impressive feat!
Thanks to cycling Phil Jones has gone from a 152kg taxi driver to a 82kg, fit cycling outreach officer. Phil landed his dream job with a recycling bike project and can now ride more than 100 miles at a time – and it’s all thanks to being inspired by watching Sir Chris Hoy at the London Olympics. Check it out!
There are no shortcuts. It takes blood, sweat, and tears. Here are some of the Bar Starzz NYC crew leaving it all on the bars.
A poor farming village has reinvented itself as the bodybuilding capital of India. Almost all of the men in the 3,500 strong town of Asola-Fatehpur Beri workout and 90 per cent are employed as bouncers or security guards in nearby New Delhi. They train from birth but step things up at the age of 14 when they switch to a diet of milk, bananas, eggs and curd – to help put on weight. They can work out up to six hours a day lifting motorbikes, tractors and wrestling to build up their bulging biceps before unwinding with yoga.
“Go find your favourite bodybuilder, fitness guru, or crossfit specialist that’s weighs over 240lbs and see if they can do what I do.” – Kali Muscle
Before he was “The Mountain” on Game of Thrones, Hafþór “Thor” Júlíus Björnsson was already making heads explode with his performances in strongman competitions. Björnsson, the second-strongest man alive, stands 6’9″ tall, can bench press 500 pounds, squat 770 pounds and raw deadlift 925 pounds. In this footage from the 2014 Arnold Strongman Classic, he handles an insane 994 pounds in the hummer-tire deadlift.