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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.
Brian Connolly, at the ripe age of 60 yrs old, was recently busted with over £30,000 of Steroids in his Kitchen Cupboard when police raided his house back in June 27th 2015. It was said the Connolly had so many Steroids and other Performance enhancing drugs in his house that the police couldn’t even afford to cover the cost of counting all the drugs. Via Protein Farts
@Eddy_Barstarzz runs through his workout using nothing but the bars in the park to throw his own bodyweight around. Life isn’t worth living unless you’re getting shredded!
Kayne Lawton has been playing rugby league his whole life, and has always been fit and lived healthy. After studying Health and Fitness he has become extremely dedicated and passionate about changing his body to become the strongest, fastest and fittest player he could be. Through his experiences of dieting, lifting weights and overall fitness he has learnt what works best for him. If he gains enough interest on his website he is looking forward to putting together health and fitness guidelines to help you lose weight or gain muscle the way he does. Shout out to our homie Jackson O’Brien for the dope edit.
You don’t want to be this guy. Go look at some ‘Get Fit‘ galleries and get fired up to lose the jelly and pack on some lean muscle.
54-year-old Mark Jordan of Texas, has set a new Guinness world record for most pull-ups done in one day with an astonishing 4,321. “My mission … is to let everybody know that it’s never too late to start to make a difference as far as improving and optimizing your health,” said Jordan, who trained for a year for his record-setting feat. He raised money for the Hammons Education Leadership program that helps expose at-risk youth to a variety of careers.