Bike users have a lot to contend with on the city’s congested and often dangerous roads but angry incidents involving cyclists and pedestrians are generally rare. Police in London released footage of a pedestrian attacking a woman because she asked him not to cross the road until she had cycled past. The man shouted at the woman before chasing her down a road and knocking her off her bike into the way of passing traffic. The Metropolitan Police made an appeal on Facebook looking for information about the man who is believed to be in his 40s.
Aaron Polites recently had a day-long outing with XFC MMA fighter Julian ‘The Jackal’ Rabaud. After a bit of tongue-in-cheek banter, the two decided to step into each others shoes and see if they had what it takes, which one of these athletic endeavours are more difficult than the other? Could a bodybuilder handle MMA training? Could a MMA athlete take on the training regiment of a season bodybuilder? Watch and find out!
Sebastien Montaz-Rosset is a filmmaker who casually climbs mountains and swings from hot air balloons. His video “Running in my backyard of Chamonix by the Lac Blanc” is 1 minute and 35 seconds of sweaty palms, weak knees and mind blowing scenery. Get inspired and go for a run.
“It was never about the weight. The weight was simply a metaphor for everything the extra pounds attributed to my life. 90 days ago I was 224 pounds. 224 pounds, unhappy, unhealthy and mentally unstable. If the outside of me didn’t look to appealing, you can only imagine what the inside looked like. I had no love for myself, no respect for myself and no idea of who I was. I was going down a dark dark path and I was close to the point of no return. On May 11, 2015 I decided to turn my life around. I checked into rehab for my addiction and I began my 90 Day workout program. For 90 days I did everything I could to kick all of my bad habits out of my life.” – Yousef Saleh Erakat.
You have to admit, this is actually pretty funny. Mat Best and Derek Weida are here to teach us how to be CrossFitters with this amazing visual guide. So what are you waiting for, double dose your Megapump Max HD Super Ultra 9,000,000, with anti acids, insulin-like growth factor 1, and vegan protein powder, and let’s f**ken do this!
The creators of ‘Generation Iron’ brings you the untold story of six-time world champion power lifter, and baddest muthaf*cka of all time, CT Fletcher. “My Magnificent Obsession” explores the pain, struggle, and hardships that he has endured throughout his life. Leaving an abusive childhood home, the film dives further into Fletcher’s personal and professional life.
Those dreadlocks of his must contain super powers, because the last time I tried something like this I broke my femur playing hopscotch. Shout out to Lewis Scandrett for the dope hook ups, go follow him on Instagram, get yourself motivated, get active, and go hit the gym.
Danny Davidson, a 32-year-old personal trainer from Essex, drinks 100ml of human breast milk several times a week. He believes the milk helps to build muscle as it contains growth hormones. THe risks infection from hepatitis and HIV at every sip as he buys his milk from strangers around the world on a website dedicated to the unusual fad.
Kali Muscle is a jack of all trades: actor, writer, ex-con, motivator, YouTuber, video-gamer, natural bodybuilder (it’s all about the ramen) and now he can add one more to that list…rapper. Kali Muscle teams up with retired powerlifter CT Fletcher and the rest of the Iron Addicts crew for this soon-to-be Top 40 hit of the summer.
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“Rant. Enough with these bullsh*t excuses as to why you’re overweight. If you get angry over this video but it helps save your life, then I don’t give a f**k about your feelings.” – John Burk.
World’s Strongest Man athlete Eddie Hall has set a new world record. He managed to successfully lift 463kg (1,020lb or over 73 stone) in a dead lift. The feat means that Hall, known to fans as ‘The Beast’, has beaten his own world record. In March of this year, he lifted 462kg whilst he was cheered on by Arnold Schwarzenegger.