Whether you like rugby or not, we have a serious treat for you.
Every time a major event happens, we like to make bingo sheets. Mainly because yours truly likes to pop down Castle Bingo from time to time and waste some money. But also because…who doesn’t want to destroy themselves while watching rugby or Eurovision? And I suppose, if you really like punishment, X-Factor.
So, for a serious workout, and and a level of entertainment you just can’t get from rugby, here is the 2016 Six Nations Workout Bingo!
By now you know probably know about him, but that doesn’t make him any less awesome. Yep, Mark Smith, disabled bodybuilder legend, has continually deified the odds.
After losing his leg in a training accident at the age of 26, he had a few choices to make. During his rehab he became a qualified football coach, boxing coach and personal trainer. It was in the latter that he found his new vocation.
From personal training, came bodybuilding, and the renewed buzz “of being shot at”.
Noob: noun a person who is inexperienced in a particular sphere or activity…and that includes the gym.
There is no shame in being inexperienced, but acting like a stereotypical noob means something else entirely. On Call of Duty it’s using the grenade launcher, in cooking it’s using every single ingredient known to man, and at the gym, well there is quite a bit to it actually.
So read, see if you know the behaviours and take our quiz to see how much of a noob you are.
People wanting to get in shape, whatever time of year, is something that we like. It’s a lot better than people sitting in front of the TV all day. But so many gym newbies, especially those who start in January, fall off the wagon.