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“The best way to challenge people's attitudes by is getting out and doing things” – Gary Clarke

Britain’s Disabled Strongman competition returns this year and promises to be bigger and better than its successful launch in 2015. In this guest blog, organiser and strongman competitor Gary Clarke, who has cerebral palsy and is a support worker, talks about changing attitudes through action. 492 more words

Real Life Stories

Plenty of events on offer for adrenalin junkies at the Royal Show

LOVE the feel of adrenalin pumping in your veins? Then make sure you head down to the Royal Agricultural Show, from May 27 to June 5, at the Royal Showgrounds in Pietermaritzburg. 659 more words

Weekly Motivation featuring The Higa Monster

Training in the garage by yourself is tough. You usually don’t have the camaraderie of other gym members to help push you.  To help out, we combed the web to find videos that will help motivate you to keep striving to be your best. 141 more words

Garage Gym Life

Garage Gear Guide: Black Widow 2.5 Inch Axle Bar Review by John Greaves III

Garage athletes are often gear addicts. The money we save in gym memberships and drive time often gets sunk into this or that gadget either because they’re on sale or because we think it will save time/increase safety/improve performance/save money.  512 more words

Garage Gym Life

Trojans' Great British Bench Off

The pioneer of the fitness industry Trojan Fitness Bristol were at it again, holding their very own bench press competition labelled ‘The Great British Bench Off’. 471 more words


Bringing Balance to your Force: An Argument for Focused Anterolateral Core Training in Strongman

A strongman has a strong back. This is the foundation that strongman programming is built upon. The muscles of the back help stabilize the axial skeleton (core) through which our appendicular system (limbs) work. 716 more words


The Number One Thing That Is Holding Me Back In Strongman

What I am doing to improving my weak link and how you can apply it to fixing anything holding you back in your own training.

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