Jamal Klug (28) discusses how the potential of his hereditary hugeness has shaped his fitness goals.
With the most important moral (OF ALL TIME) at the end.
Zokre & Phoenix Star are the tag team Los Luchas and have celebrated ten years together as pro wrestlers. They share some surprising differences and unsurprising similarities in their training, diets, advice and more.
Delphine French has more afflictions than most people can remember (Lupus, Arthritis, Gastroenteritis, etc.) but that has not stopped her from being a positive force.
Ricky Lawson II (age 31) talks about his journey in Capoeira and how he dealt with having torn each achilles tendon at separate times.
Why am I re-reviewing an 8 year old EyeToy game? No idea.
Larry talks about two simple but often overlooked things that will greatly improve your acrobatic training. Also a funny story about learning a butterfly twist.
Karim Phelps (30) nearly lost his left foot when he was hit by a car. Despite the doctors telling him he’d never again walk unassisted, he taught himself to do just that so he could continue training & grappling at a high level.
EDIT: Episode was removed on request, which sucks because it was a damn good episode. SIGH.
It had to happen sooner or later.
Jason Gruspe was diagnosed with Osteosarcoma in 2008 and has undergone six surgeries and 22 months of chemo (and counting). However, that has not stopped him from working out every day and playing sports on the weekends.