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5 Gym Rats That Will Inspire You To Get Your Weight Up

5 Gym Rats That Will Inspire You To Get Your Weight Up

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5 Gym Rats That Will Inspire You To Get Your Weight Up

January is winding down, meaning your hopeful New Year’s resolutions are slowly dying out and that the gym population levels are finally going back to normal.
Thankfully, this allows us to take a look at the true gym warriors who commit their lives to achieving physical greatness.
In an age where tech, arts, and business entrepreneurship seem to define the model man, I think it’s more than necessary to shed a spotlight on the guys with tree trunks for necks and who’s muscles have muscles.

Dan Bilzerian

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This guy honestly should have his own television show. With little marketing done on his part, and mostly by living his outrageous bachelor life, Dan has catapulted himself to manly man folklore.
You can always find Dan with women, with guns, and in the gym. His dedication to his physique in inspirational in itself, but his on the edge life that he shamelessly enjoys in a way makes you want to go for all the marbles. Even if it’s a simple game of Jax.

Dolph Lundgren

This Swedish machine first made his appearance on the big screen as Sly’s adversary in Rocky IV as the Russian challenger who killed Apollo.
He’s pushing 60, yet he’s still at it. In a world where you can find excuses wherever you look, seeing Lundgren pound away at this punching bag will make you reevaluate how you get down.

Tony Sentmanat

Sentmanat is a Marine Corps Veteran and retired Law Enforcement SWAT Operator with over 18 years of Real World experience. Yeah, just read that over again.
He is a lifelong practitioner of mixed martial arts, has extensive experience as a law enforcement combative trainer, and has been a Firearms Instructor for over 16 years.
And if that’s not enough, he also has 15 years of experience as a functional strength and conditioning trainer specializing in functional fitness for combat athletes.
To put it in short, the man is not human.

The Rock

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As if his name does not say enough, the 6’5”, 245-pound beast man with tree arms the size of a sequoia, a ripped torso, and bulging quads ain’t nothing to play with.
The former D1 football player turned WWE superstar, turned Hollywood star has a commitment to the iron that will make your blood pump.

Idris Elba

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Besides being the object of most women’s affection, the rumored next 007 and bonafide movie star, Idris also tears it up in the gym.
He’s winded here, but damn, he’s done more in one clip than I’ve done in the past six weeks.

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