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  • Your Post-Workout Protein Shake Should Be Loaded With Insects [Link]

    Are you still reaching for powdered whey protein for your workout shake? You’re doing it wrong, bro. Insects are the way to go. At up to 65% protein by weight and loaded with vitamins and amino acids, dried crickets might be the new go-to for protein supplements. But before we start adding cricket concentrate to our protein bars, people need to get used to the idea of eating bugs. Or maybe just realize that they already eat plenty of insects every day. 

  • Anthony of ‘Elivis Duran and the Morning Show’ Rockin’ RSVLTS on Fitness Segment

    Every week, Anthony of Elvis Duran and the Morning Show films a segment called ‘Work Out Wednesday’ and teams up with Dove Men Care to check out some different methods of getting fit. This week he headed to Aerospance NYC, a boxing based gym that caters to the likes of Adriana Lima, Mark Wahlberg and Hugh “If it ain’t bendin’ you’re pretendin’” Jackman. Oh yeah, and he’s ‘Rockin’ RSVLTS.

  • Dean Karnazes: A Real Life Super Human

    From a biological standpoint, humans are considered some of the best long distance runners in the history of Earth’s organisms. But, the athlete that is to be discussed in this article is clearly some sort of genetic mutation from the typical human being.

  • Spring Workout: Your Neglected Muscles

    Memorial Day Weekend is less than two months away and everyone already knows to start cutting carbs and increasing cardio. We decided to help you focus on some of the more frequently neglected muscles that will help you look your best. Each of the following five body parts are ones most guys don’t focus on in the gym. We’re going to explain why you should and how. 

  • RSVLTS.com conquers Tough Mudder With AeroShot [49 Photos]

    Over the last six weeks, I have been grinding it out at Aerospace Gym with former champion boxer and international fitness expert Michael Olajide, Jr. to gear up for Tough Mudder. Team AeroShot, consisting of Abby from Shape Magazine, Lauren from Fitness Magazine, Erin from Blood, Sweat & Cheers and myself, completed what is probably the toughest event on the planet, with ease, all because of our hardcore training with Michael and a boost from Aeroshot Energy. Tough Mudder was the epitome of teamwork. The girls are seasoned runners so they set a staggering pace and I, to my surprise, was actually able to keep up with them. Thanks, Michael. And I did the heavy lifting by helping them over walls and through obstacles. Now, two days after the run, I can honestly say my upper body is hurting as much, or more, than my legs. I guess tossing people over walls is good for a total body workout. Here are the photos from our Tough Mudder run. Check them out and head over to AeroShot Energy’s Facebook page to see more on our team.

  • RSVLTS vs NFL Star Dhani Jones In A Fitness Showdown [Video + Infographic]

    Yesterday, in the middle of Times Square, former NFL star Dhani Jones went head-to-head with Anthony from RSVLTS.com in a fitness throwdown at Gillette’s “My City is My Gym” pop-up fitness site. Certified trainer EJ Barthel was on hand to pump the guys up and in the end things worked out well for Anthony. You’ll see what we mean at the end of the video… There is no need to spend a butt load of money on a fancy gym ever again. You have everything needed to obtain a rockin’ workout right in your backyard. Check out the graphics below to see eight work outs to do around your city and locations New Yorkers can knock these out.

  • Train and Prep for a Winter Tough Mudder

    This October The Roosevelts are partnering up with Aeroshots and participating in a grueling 12 mile Tough Mudder run. Now we know these mud runs have been plaguing your news feeds and side bar ads, but none of them holds a candle to Tough Mudder. Most of these half ass 5k runs are splish splash fun with the illusion of being badass because you get “down and dirty”. Essentially they’re mud slip’ n’ slides.

  • The Ed Hochuli Workout Program

    Fact: Ed Hochuli is everyone’s favorite NFL referee. So when news of the NFL ref lockout ending broke last night Newsfeeds across America were blasted by his vicious guns. Let’s be honest, the guy can probably bench more weight than 50% of the players on the field. A little background on Hochuli: he is 6’1″, 215-pounds, was a linebacker at UTEP from 1969 to ’72, he is a partner in a Phoenix law firm that specializes in civil litigation and he has run 12 marathons. “You look at him and it looks like he needs to be on our side of the ball, or on defense,” said quarterback Donovan McNabb to SI.com. “He stands on the sidelines looking like one of the linebackers.” Ed Hochuli spoke to SI.com and revealed his four day a week workout plan, follow it below to get in the best shape of your life. MONDAY Chest Barbell flat bench • Three sets of 10 reps at 225 pounds or “pyramid” sets of 12 reps (185 pounds); 10 (205); eight (215); six (225); 12 (185) • Ten sets of 10 at 205 pounds Dumbbell flat bench • Three sets of 10 reps, at 90 pounds each arm, or five sets of 12 (80 more »

  • Get Ripped Like Ryan Kwanten Of True Blood With His Work Out Plan

    Ryan Kwanten has an unusual drinking habit: He’ll toss back a few, start to feel bold, and then sign up for an organized athletic competition. “I’ve been known to turn up drunk at triathlons and do very well,” he says. “I’m more of a heat-of-the-moment type of guy. A friend will tell me about something coming up, maybe that weekend, and usually not an abundance of thought goes into my doing it.” Not that alcohol has to be involved. He’ll sign up sober, too, though still on a whim. During our talk, he never mentions which state of mind led him to his last endeavor, this past summer’s Santa Monica Pier Paddleboard Race. The 33-yearold actor transformed into Competitor No. 115 and finished the milelong loop in 11 minutes and 45 seconds, winning his age group and the entire short-course race. Infuriating, right? Why doesn’t the man just talk big and then stumble home from the bar like everyone else? Because competition is his oxygen.

  • 50 Rare and Interesting Photos of Arnold Schwarzenegger

    65 years ago today Arnold Schwarzenegger was born in the middle of nowhere Austria. Oh how far he has come. Arnold may often be the worthy butt of jokes but he is an inspiring figure who, through hard work and perseverance, became a the top figures in Hollywood, business and politics. To show his journey from a kid who lifted his first barbell at age 13 to the future Governor of California (and everything in between) we pulled together 50 rare and interesting photos. Once you’re done enjoying the pictures spend some time reading his Wikipedia page.

  • How To Build An At Home Gym For $100

    By: Ren McKnight of GQ Now that you’ve carved out a time to exercise, the next question you have to answer is where. Ideally, you’ll be switching it up—doing circuits at the park, lifting weights at the gym, swimming laps in the pool. But sometimes you don’t have access to a gym. Sometimes you don’t have money for a membership. Sometimes you don’t have the willpower to drag your ass out of bed, get somewhat presentable, go to the gym, work out, then shower, then get to work. You need a spot to squeeze in a workout when everything’s working against you. The most bullshit-proof place? Right in your home.

  • The Best Ab Workout you can do for MDW

    Memorial Day Weekend is right around the corner, and if you want to offer up your abs as an option for the ladies to do their laundry on, check out this Mens Health video featuring World-renowned spine specialist, Stuart McGill, referring to the Swiss-Ball Stir-the-Pot as the best core exercise you can do. The workout combines two elements that leave your abs screaming: instability and dynamic movement. This combo allows you to work your rectus abdominis, AKA; The six-pack, AKA; The Washboard Abs, AKA; The Gosling. The Best Ab Workout You Can Do

  • How You Can Get Shoulders Like Dwight Howard

    Dwight Howard madness is heating a fever pitch. Will he stay or will he go? Plenty of people hitting the gym a few times a week have Dwight Howard shoulder envy. Its a real thing, look it up. We contacted Evan Haupt, resident shred master at NYSC Hoboken North to give me some tips on how to get my shoulders looking like Superman. Evan is a National Academy of Sports Medicine certified personal trainer specializing in high intensity training, power lifting, body building and nutrition so he knows what he is talking about.

 
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