Losing a parent can be a traumatic experience for anyone, especially when the relationship was a very close one. When Mark Eisenhart’s father Bud passed away in 2009, he described the experience as one that “gutted him.”
With Georges St-Pierre successfully defending his UFC welterweight title for the eighth consecutive time versus Nick Diaz at UFC 158 this past Saturday, we here at Fitness RX For Men wanted to bring you (via an exclusive interview) a little insight into what he does to keep himself in the type of condition to survive in the Octagon – many times for a full 25 minutes, as was the case in the headline bout at the Bell Centre.
Slumbering up the ramp and back in to the dressing room, the 42-year-old professional wrestler knew that something was definitely wrong. Sure, he had been through a million and one injuries before and had been able to shake those off, but this one felt different. This may be the last one he ever will suffer.
Most teenagers spend their time playing team sports, chasing girls around and just trying to get through the rigors of the daily grind of high school. Not too many of them – especially ones from New Jersey, where entertainment is aplenty – will take extra steps to join a wrestling school, but that’s exactly what Robert Strauss – aka Robbie E – did.
You know that you are destined for greatness when studying law at an institution such as Harvard is a mere stepping stone in launching two totally different and successful careers. But that was the case for David Otunga, who just happens to be a World Wrestling Entertainment superstar and Hollywood actor with a law degree.
When the conversation is on the strength and muscularity of an NFL player, the usual positions that come to mind are defensive line, linebacker and tight end. Even running backs have known to be jacked, as well. But a punter? Not very often.
Some people are blessed with natural talent and they can get away with certain aspects of playing competitive sports. Take for instance, weight training and football, which normally go hand-in-hand. But there are a few select that can get it done on the gridiron even when they don’t have to in the gym.
©2019 Advanced Research Media. Long Island Web Design