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”.
We love a good eating challenge. They seem to go hand in hand with fitness, which is strange, because it’s normally about eating well and just eating enough. But fitness can also be about weight gain, and that is what this guy had in mind.
Pro eater, and yes that is a job apparently, Matt Stonie has done many eating challenges. This however, has to be his finest. Consuming 14,540 calories in one go is impressive, but to do it with ice cream only, is slow clap worthy.
So here, for your pleasure, is the man who now needs some fat burners.
Music fires many a workout across the globe. And one genre with more power to give you a kick up the arse than any other, is rock!
So we have asked the public to give us their best suggestions, with as many types of rock as possible being represented. Working like a music pre workout supplement, this playlist is 100% guaranteed to get your muscles moving.
We like Eddie Hall here. We like his style, his rather scary looks, and of course the fact he is ridiculously strong. So when an opportunity comes to share a bit of his good work, we’re always happy.
This weekend, Hall managed to break yet another record, twice . This time it was the team deadlift, with his partner Mark Felix, as they competed at the “World’s Ultimate Strongest Team” event at the Britannia Stadium in Stoke.
They destroyed the old record of 755kg with a 767kg lift, then went one better…