I guess it what most guys are after right? I mean who of us, growing up, didn’t want to look like Arnold Schwarzenegger or just a lean muscular athlete and the truth is if we’re being honest most of us still do. Continue Reading →
Pumping Iron is now a well known phrase in relation to heading down the gym and lifting some weights “Wanna go pump some iron?” but it wasn’t until 1977 and the release of the low budget documentary ‘Pumping Iron’ that the phrase was taken to the mainstream. Continue Reading →
The great Lennox Lewis recently visited the real fight club gym to train a group of lucky kids from the area for the afternoon. The ex heavy weight world champion was there on a charity mission and the kids were all from disadvantaged backgrounds, Lennox has always been one of the ‘good guys’ of the sport and the fact that he offered his services for free is also a great testament to his very king and giving nature. Continue Reading →
Eat 6 Meals a Day: This is the only way to be able to eat enough food while getting maximum nutrient absorption. Also eating 6 meals will keep your blood sugar even throughout the day avoiding highs and crashes that are associated with fat storage and sluggishness. Continue Reading →
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I was watching an episode of holiday swap over the weekend, yeah I know.. too much time on my hands but even though the producers try in their way to stir up friction and to make it fun with their silly jokes in the voice over, for me it was quite sad viewing and I’m about to tell you why. Continue Reading →
If I ask people of all the athletes in the Olympics who you’d most like to look like, 90% of the time they will tell me the 200m or 100m runners. And why not, they look muscular, lean, strong and healthy, they have the perfect body. Continue Reading →
Most of us have at one point or another have injured ourselves while training and if you haven’t the chances are that at some point in the future you will experience some degree of injury and although it will probably not be all that bad you face an important decision…. what to do next? Continue Reading →