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REAL or FAKE? Strength Performance

On September 4, 2013 by Physical Culturist

Breaking Bad: The Meat Head Edition

On August 15, 2013 by Physical Culturist

Have you ever wondered what “Break Bad” would be like if it was written about lifters? Below are 33 memes we created depicting the meat-head version of “Breaking Bad”!

WARNING: may contain spoilers

If Breaking Bad Was Written for Lifters

If Breaking Bad Was Written for Lifters

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If Breaking Bad Was Written for Lifters

If Breaking Bad Was Written for Lifters

If Breaking Bad Was Written for Lifters

If Breaking Bad Was Written for Lifters

Brekaing Bad I Am The Danger

If Breaking Bad Was Written for Lifters

If Breaking Bad Was Written for Lifters

If Breaking Bad Was Written for Lifters

If Breaking Bad Was Written for Lifters

If Breaking Bad Was Written for Lifters

If Breaking Bad Was Written for Lifters

If Breaking Bad Was Written for Lifters

If Breaking Bad Was Written for Lifters

If Breaking Bad Was Written for Lifters

If Breaking Bad Was Written for Lifters

If Breaking Bad Was Written for Lifters

If Breaking Bad Was Written for Lifters

If Breaking Bad Was Written for Lifters

If Breaking Bad Was Written for Lifters

If Breaking Bad Was Written for Lifters

If Breaking Bad Was Written for Lifters

If Breaking Bad Was Written for Lifters

If Breaking Bad Was Written for Lifters

If Breaking Bad Was Written for Lifters

If Breaking Bad Was Written for Lifters

If Breaking Bad Was Written for Lifters

If Breaking Bad Was Written for Lifters

If Breaking Bad Was Written for Lifters

If Breaking Bad Was Written for Lifters

Roddy Piper is Here to Kick Ass and Chew Bubblegum… and He’s All Out of Bubblegum!

On August 9, 2013 by Physical Culturist

A famous quote from the movie, “They Live”, but with a spin!–for the meat head! Starring Roddy Piper.

They Live Movie Quote with Roddy Piper - I have come here to chew bubblegum and kick ass...and I'm all out of bubblegum

JUGEND Painting by Adolf Münzer, 1904

On August 8, 2013 by Physical Culturist

Painted by German painter, Adolf Münzer (1870-1953), this painting was published by the German magazine JUGEND in 1904, when Bodybuilding and Physical Culture were just beginning to spread.

JUGEND Painting by Adolf Münzer, 1904

source: http://augustofornasier.blogspot.ca/2011/10/body_15.html

Excuses Are Like Assholes. Everyone Has One, and They All Stink

On August 4, 2013 by Physical Culturist

What are the most ridiculous excuses you’ve ever heard to avoid exercise?

King of the Hill - SE11E11 - Bill  Bulk  and the Body Buddies, Bobby - I'll tell you why I don't lift weights. It's because every time I start to lift, I wait.

King of the Hill - SE11E11 - Bill  Bulk  and the Body Buddies

Jerry Seinfeld Skips Leg Day LOL

On July 30, 2013 by Physical Culturist

What happens when Jerry tells Babu that he skipped leg day?

Jerry Seinfeld skips leg day and tells Babu.. you bad man, you very very bad

Realistic Barbie Doll – Yeah, She Squats!

On July 15, 2013 by Physical Culturist

realistic barbie doll that squats

Do you recognize the doll on the right in the image above? She’s not exactly Barbie, the Mattel doll so many of us have loved and tortured over the years, she’s “average” Barbie.

Artist Nickolay Lamm has gone to great lengths to prove just how freakishly a Barbie doll’s body is proportioned, on his mission to ”create and bring attention to things that are being overlooked.”

After stripping away Barbie’s makeup and then creating 3D simulations of what Barbie would look like standing next to an average woman, based on statistics from the CDC for 19-year-old females, he went the extra mile to create an actual doll.

“Some people say that Barbie is just a toy and that we shouldn’t pay so much attention to her body proportions,” he told Huffington Post in an email. “However, if skinny models in advertisements get so much scrutiny, I feel Barbie, a doll which million of girls play with, should be open to critique as well.”

Reaction to Lamm’s average Barbie has been mixed. One mom commenting on the artist’s blog shared, “My daughter (11) saw this picture and instantly asked, if she could have it. ‘Oh THAT one’s cool, mom! Much more beautiful than ordinary barbies!’ And I share her taste.”

A second person commented on Lamm’s blog post, “Ew, I’m glad that ‘real’ barbie isn’t like, a real Barbie. Shes too fat. Barbie is supposed to be the perfect woman every girl wants to grow up to be, not whatever that is.”

For what it’s worth, I played with Mattel’s Barbies on and off throughout childhood, and don’t feel scarred by the experience. That isn’t to say I don’t see a lot more of myself in average Barbie (I know that rear, and thank goodness I don’t have Mattel-sized wrists!) and happen to like her athletic-looking physique. Given the chance, I’d buy Lamm’s version over Mattel’s, no contest.

source: http://blogs.babycenter.com/mom_stories/photos-average-barbie-07062013-proves-to-be-extraordinary/

Typical Calendar and Schedule of a Bodybuilder

On July 14, 2013 by Physical Culturist

You ever wondered what a bodybuilder’s calendar looks like?

Here’s an example haha:

calendar of a bodybuilder

Senzu Beans – The Ultimate Workout Fuel

On July 12, 2013 by Physical Culturist

Senzu Beans are a fictional nutritional miracle, from the Anime series, Dragon Ball Z. Senzu beans help restore health, strength, stamina, and overall energy levels–similar to that of pre and intra-workout supplements on the market today.

senzu beans are the ultimate workout fuel from dragon ball z

Bodybuilders Are Like Old People

On July 6, 2013 by Physical Culturist

Some fun comparisons! It’s funny because it’s true!
Created by PhysicalCulturist.ca !

bodybuilders vs old people

With Big Muscles Come Big Responsibility

On July 4, 2013 by Physical Culturist

“Strong people are harder to kill than weak people, and more useful in general.” – Mark Rippetoe

the hulk saving iron man because With Big Muscles Come Big Responsibility

Derek Poundstone Uses Machines as Resistance!

On June 25, 2013 by Physical Culturist

When nothing in the gym is heavy enough, improvise.

derek poundstone log press

19th Century Physical Culture Movement

On June 23, 2013 by Physical Culturist

john lennon physical culture meme

“Physical culture is a health and strength training movement that originated during the 19th century. The physical culture movement of the 19th century owed its origins to several cultural trends. As a result of the Industrial Revolution, there arose a perception that members of the middle classes were suffering from various “diseases of affluence” that were partially attributed to their increasingly sedentary lifestyles. In consequence, numerous exercise systems were developed, typically drawing from a range of traditional folk games, dances and sports, military training and medical calisthenics. Many of these systems drew inspiration from the classical Greek and Roman models of athletic training and were organized according to more-or-less scientific methods.” – Wikipedia

“At the dawning of the Iron Age of the barbell, the essence of bodybuilding and physical fitness flourished as one under a broad umbrella term known as Physical Culture. But what exactly is this faded and almost forgotten concept that seemed to take on much diversity through the 20th century? The following arbitrary analysis of Physical Culture is extracted from Volume I of “Muscle, Smoke & Mirrors”

This mid-19th century phrase is defined by The Oxford Dictionary as “The sum total of a society’s activities and attitudes connected with physical development and education.”

. . . We can assume from this that the aspects of Physical Culture would vary from culture to culture. Recognizing this tremendous potential for variance in definition due to ethnic influences, the effect of so much cultural integration, as demonstrated in North America, must be taken into consideration.

With awareness of such diversity, it would be conjectured that the development of one’s Physical Culture would come to derive more from individual persuasion over that of a single national influence. It is not our intent to examine extensively just what makes us who or what we are, but much of our very nature is often expressed through our own personal Physical Culture. Exercise, diet, hygiene, educational, and spiritual pursuits all play significant roles in shaping the impact of our individual presence. Obviously from these variables alone the philosophical permutations are tremendous in terms of governing one’s own Physical Culture.

For many, life may be as simple as a strong, banal focus on purely the physical, with little or no exploration of any other horizons. However, for some in the pursuit of a richer enlightenment, it’s a constant seeking of a symphonic balance between the conditioning of the body, the cultivation of the mind, and a continuous unfolding growth of the spirit, all the while maintaining a harmony with their natural environment.

In actuality, everyone practices their own Physical Culture whether or not they’re even aware of its meaning. A number of our pioneers of bodybuilding referred to themselves as “Physical Culturists” with their own constituted framework of the term.” – Randy Roach

Do You Even Lift, Master Wayne?!

On June 23, 2013 by Physical Culturist

Maximal Strength is just as importance as relative strength!

do you even lift master wayne?

So Few Squat Racks In The Gym!

On June 23, 2013 by Physical Culturist

not enough squat racks in the gym!

It is a shame that the most important piece of training equipment is so scarce in most gyms. There are so few squat racks, that gym members should have to make reservations!

I Don’t Want To Get Too Bulky

On June 16, 2013 by Physical Culturist

LOL. How often do you hear people at the gym say “I don’t want to get too bulky”?

I don't want go get too bulky

Be Careful When Lifting in Barefeet

On June 15, 2013 by Physical Culturist

I was training at my home gym the other day in my barefeet. I was loading the bar for my next set of squats, and accidentally dropped a 2.5 lb plate on top of my foot… 2.5 lbs never felt so heavy!

lifting in the gym in barefeet and dropping a plate on top of your foot

Charles Atlas Comic Strip Ad

On June 15, 2013 by Physical Culturist

charles atlas comic book strip ad

Protein Nazi

On May 23, 2013 by Physical Culturist

Soup Nazi from Seinfeld is now the Protein Nazi!

I Hate Mondays… I mean Leg Day

On May 20, 2013 by Physical Culturist

For the meat head, Mondays at the office are nothing compared to Leg Day at the gym. This is where REAL HARD WORK takes place!

I Hate Leg Day

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