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  • Swimming has Helped Eddie Hall Stay Laps Ahead of His Competition

    Swimming has Helped Eddie Hall Stay Laps Ahead of His Competition

    Eddie Hall has dropped somewhere in the region of 100 pounds of bodyweight since winning the World’s Strongest Man in 2017, but “The Beast” loves to pump iron just as much as he ever did. In an exclusive interview with the man who once broke the deadlift world record at 1,019 pounds (462 kilograms), the…
  • iFBB Pro Lacey Pruitt Is a Three-time Cancer survivor

    iFBB Pro Lacey Pruitt Is a Three-time Cancer survivor

    Lacey Pruitt earned her IFBB Pro card in 2018 by winning the women’s bodybuilding light-heavyweight title at that year’s NPC Nationals. While the title of NPC National champion is one that many hope to achieve, she has another that is more meaningful – cancer survivor. Pruitt told Alina Popa and Whitney Jones on a recent…
  • This Expert Explains the Link Between Physical and Mental Health

    This Expert Explains the Link Between Physical and Mental Health

    One of the many reasons that people get into fitness and training is because they’re trying to work through something. Whether it’s something from the past that is haunting them, overcoming self-esteem issues, or using the weights as therapy, physical health has been an outlet to help people with mental health for decades. Whether it…
  • Autumn Cleveland Shares How She Became Confident in Her Body

    Autumn Cleveland Shares How She Became Confident in Her Body

    Autumn Cleveland is an IFBB Figure Pro that has gained a lot of popularity in her career. Her fanbase is loyal because they feel that Cleveland is transparent, real, and someone that inspires them. She’s been in the mix for a win at several contests since turning pro in 2018. It takes a lot of…
  • Why Reebok's New Nano 6000 Looks Great on the Streets and Flexes in the Gym

    Why Reebok's New Nano 6000 Looks Great on the Streets and Flexes in the Gym

    Reebok’s Nano 6000 is no ordinary sneaker. While the company were keen to create a shoe suitable for athletics endeavors, it also wanted this new line to be worn proudly outside of the gym. What followed was a deep dive into Reebok’s past, in order to innovate something for our future wears. Undoubtedly influenced by…
  • For Juneteenth, This Harlem Trainer Is Working to Keep His Community Fit

    For Juneteenth, This Harlem Trainer Is Working to Keep His Community Fit

    Rodney “Hurricane” Carter Jr. is a fitness expert and a competitive boxer, and is making a difference in New York’s Harlem community by marking Juneteenth with a day of empowerment, health, and wellness. “Hurricane Fit Day” is a way to lift up the underserved who face challenges with maintaining their health and fitness levels due…
  • J.M. Manion Talks Bodybuilding on 'Fit Rockstar Show'

    J.M. Manion Talks Bodybuilding on 'Fit Rockstar Show'

    There are certain people in the bodybuilding industry whose words and actions carry a lot of weight. One of those people is renowned photographer J.M. Manion. The son of IFBB Pro League President Jim Manion was a guest on the Fit Rockstar Show, and he shared his opinions about a variety of topics that have…
  • Service and Wellness Help Vanessa Hernandez Push Past Limits

    Service and Wellness Help Vanessa Hernandez Push Past Limits

    Sergeant Vanessa Hernandez of the United States Marine Corps could be considered an embodiment of fitness. Aside from regularly completing her physical training (PT) assignments that come with her job, she is also a physique athlete — competing in the NPC as a part of both Wellness and Figure divisions. She is an example that…
  • At Age 53, This NFL Hall of Famer Remains 'Sharpe' in the Gym

    At Age 53, This NFL Hall of Famer Remains 'Sharpe' in the Gym

    There are no off days for Shannon Sharpe. From the time he rises at 4:45 a.m. until he lays it down at 10 during the week, some part of his duties as co-host of Fox Sports’ “Skip and Shannon: Undisputed” is consuming him. Even with having to analyze games and formulating stances to attack the…
  • Regarding Your Health, It's OK (and Necessary) to Prioritize You

    Regarding Your Health, It's OK (and Necessary) to Prioritize You

    With an already jam-packed schedule, setting aside an extra 20 minutes to work out can seem impossible. After all, most of your day is spent focusing on time-sensitive things like work, kids’ schedules, house chores, prepping meals for your family, and so on. However, when placing everyone’s needs above your own, with no time for…