Calvin Johnson 4.35 40 Yard Dash

Watch Calvin Johnson’s insane 40 yard dash from NFL Combine. The Detroit Lions had no choice but to take Calvin Johnson in the first round of the 2007 NFL Draft, especially when the wideout showed up and showed out at the NFL Combine months earlier.

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Are there fake weights in the fitness industry

Fake plates were created designed to look identical to actual real weight plates, but are much lighter than the real weights.

Who Uses Fake Weights?

When it comes to social media to, it seems that your physical appearance is the most important thing. You’ll find more bodybuilders and others using fake weights more often today. You’ll see more and more people so that they can post videos that are impressive to the average person. This strategy allows more people talk about them and follow them on social media.

The more followers a person has will eventually turn into more money. In ads or maybe even sponsorships. Others in the fitness industry, may use fake weights for photo shoots for the purpose of appearing more strong than they actually are.

Then there are TV shows and movies because it is easier to film a scene with light weights than it is with the actual weights, especially when doing a lot of takes.

In the past few years there have been many people that have been pointed out for using fake weights. One of the most popular from youtube has been Brad Castleberry. Brad Castleberry has claimed to have broken many weightlifting world records. But after years of suspicion it was finally pointed out.

Brad Castleberry is arguably the most popular fitness personality on social media with thousands of Instagram followers. Regardless of the fake weights you cannot take away from the impressive physique and actual true strength.

Many of his lifts are difficult for people to actually believe or take seriously. Especially since he has never competed in an actually powerlifting meet. This is where he would actually be able to show his true strength. This is why he is always being accused of using fake weights.

What do fake weights look like?

Anyone that workouts knows that when lifting weight that is extremely heavy, it will take a lot of energy away from you. There’s usually heavy breathing along with your face turning a different color. So when someone is making it look so easy, it’s normal to become suspicious.

Appearance Of The Weights

Gyms normally have a certain brand of weights. Normally, they all match each other. So if you see that the brand or the shape of the plates are different from all of the other ones on some of the other machines, they most likely are using fake weights.


When ever you squat or deadlift with extremely heavy weight, you will probably have seen that the bar will bend under the pressure of the weight. Therefore it is unusual for the bar to remain straight with extremely heavy weight..

Another way to see whether someone is using fake weights is to compare their lifts to some actual powerlifters and strength athletes. If an average person is lifting the same amount of weight as a powerlifter, they may faking it.

Where to find fake weights

Where do some of these people even find fake weights? Fake weights aren’t something that you will find at any average sports store. But you can basically find anything that you want online. For instance, fakeweights, where they sell lightweight dumbbells, barbells and weight plates that look just like the real thing.

There are other companies that sell props to the film and TV industries. So if you want it bad enough you shouldn’t have a problem finding them.

How do fake weights effect the fitness industry

Along with drugs, shitty supplements etc., the fitness industry has enough problems to deal with. On top of all of this it is disappointing to see people take this route to gain a following. This will cause stupid people to feel that they can achieve these same unrealistic goals, where as the person on the video hasn’t even done it. Not only that, but getting injured in the process.

It could also encourage people to turn to steroids if they feel that they will never be able to lift this amount of weight themselves or achieve the same physique.

So although they are very beneficial in some ways. Fake has shined another negative light on the fitness industry.

Mr. Olympia Phil Heath Right or Wrong about Classic Physique?

Is the current Mr. Olympia Phil Heath wrong or right about classic physique? Was Phil Heath disrespectful to classic physique competitors?After watching “Nick’s strength and power”, Kenny KO and Chris Bumbstead, I decided to give my opinion. Is classic physique training less intense than bodybuilding? If your goal is to get massive, heavily muscled, and push your body to the limits, then I still believe bodybuilding is for you. You are free to add as much muscle as you can, and don’t have to worry about relying on tricks to create illusions that work in your favor. If you don’t have the genes to compete in classic, bodybuilding also offers a recourse. You can compensate for not having broad shoulder and a thin waist by adding more muscle. Think of it like choosing an outfit based on the season. Bodybuilding is like winter; no matter how cold you get, you can always add another layer of clothing. Classic physique is like summer; there’s a point where you can’t take off any more clothes and just have to suffer through the heat. When it comes to NPC competition, there’s no right or wrong division, and there’s a place for everyone. If you’re thinking about competing, consider consulting a coach before you start training so you can know what division fits your body best. Regardless of your choice, remember: train like hell!

Box Squat Benefits

Box squating is an underutilized tool. The box squat is able to build your squat pattern from the ground up. It also adds a safe spark to your explosive strength and power work. The box squat has created a reputation for being a dangerous squat variation that only powerlifters should use. This causes many lifters and athletes to avoid this staple squat variation.

This enables a deeperWhen properly executed, the box squat transcends populations and is one of the safest and most effective ways to load the squat pattern. The box squat places greater load on the larger, squatting muscles of the hips, glutes, and ha squat and the lifter to sit far back on the box, putting the glutes and hamstrings in a stretched position and the shins at or past perpendicular to the floor.

Benefits of drop sets


A drop set is a tool or technique used when you perform an exercise. You conduct a set and then drop (lower) the weight and continue to do more reps until you reach failure(lose ability to do more reps). This technique was created by Henry Atkins. Henry Atkins was the editor of Body Culture magazine.

In my opinion drop sets work is that you are only recruiting a certain amount of muscle fibers. By then stripping(lowering) the weight down and going lighter you create more different muscle fibers, which should help the muscles achieve growth at a faster rate than normal sets.


In this video I did a triple drop set on the bench press.

315lb for 5 reps

225lb for 10 reps

135lb for 10 reps

The key is to make light weight feel heavy.

Nathan De Asha defeats Juan Morel at the 2018 IFBB New York Pro Open

Number on vs number 2 in the finals. Comparisons between Nathan De Asha and Juan Morel at the IFBB New York Pro 2018. This was an amazing battle between two massive bodybuilding pros. Who should have one? Do you think the judges made the right decision. Let me know your thoughts in the comment section.

My Bodybuilding NPC Competition Prep Journey.

Many times I’ve come across people that want to try their first bodybuilding competition. They get so exited when this idea crosses their minds. But reality of it is that they have no idea what they have gotten them selves into. In a true competitors mind, once you start the diet or cutting process there’s no turning back.

This is where we come in. What we’re gonna do allow you to watch us go through our competition prep. This will allow you to decide whether this life is for you or not. Make you subscribe to


Kai Greene was born July 12, 1975 in Brooklyn, NY. At the 6 years old was placed in a foster home for more than 10 years after becoming ward of the state. Kai Greene had a rough background. As a result of this he was almost kicked out of school as well as his foster home. Kai Greene eventually was able to find a new home. This new home was the gym. Not only a home but he saw it as his sanctuary at 13 years old.

Kai Greene’s Bodybuilding

Kai Greene blasted onto the amateur bodybuilding scene like no other. Within a 5 year

Kai Greene won 7 shows from the span of 2010-2016. Including the Arnold Classic. With this type of success he is known as one of the greatest bodybuilders on the planet. Kai even began creating a collection of large canvas paintings, and held his first art show in 2011. By 2015, Kai experienced an increase in popularity due to his art and accomplishments in bodybuilding. He took advantage of this by launching his own supplements company, Dynamik Muscle.

All in All

If there is one thing to learn from reading about Kai Greene’s journey it would be this; never give up. No matter how hard the struggle may be, with enough drive and support you can be successful.


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