What do you do when your reality TV run ends? Farrah Abraham became an adult superstar, Whitney Purvis got a DUI, and Mackenzie McKee got into professional bodybuilding. She’s just finished her second competition and is ready to take the competitive physique-sculpting word by storm.
Busta Rhymes was arrested and charged with second-degree assault for allegedly throwing a protein drink at a gym employee.
Gains: You know you want them, but you don't know how to get them. You could, like many bodybuilders, spend hours in a squat cage in between chugging protein supplements. But if you're savvy and hip to the new "science" you may just want to toss all your whey powder for a couple of drops of what one Michigan mom is…
There's a fascinating post over at Collectors Weekly about the first "hunk," Eugen Sandow, and the history of objectifying muscular male bodies. In 1894, when Sandow became famous, it wasn't for actually lifting things, strongman style. It was for just posing and looking fine.
Ernestine Shepherd is a competitive bodybuilder and fitness instructor who wakes up every day at 2:30am to run 10 miles. Oh, she is also three-quarters of a century old.
Climbers rejoice — a survey found that women deemed their sport the sexiest among a list of options. Golfers, however, are out of luck.
"I feel terrific about where I am in my life, when I look back at what I've accomplished," 63-year-old Arnold Schwarzenegger says in the new issue of Newsweek. "But I feel shitty when I look at myself in the mirror." Finally! A poor-body-image-sufferer who isn't a woman.
Ernestine Shepherd is basically a walking, talking, muscular representation of the idea "it's never too late."