Sunday, August 11, 2013

Bodybuilding is Evil

It's true. Bodybuilding is evil. As a matter of fact when the US Navy SEALs caught up with Bin Laden they found him between sets in a home gym equipped with 150 lbs of weight and an adjustable bench that had attachments for preacher curls and leg extensions. No squat rack! He was taking a picture of himself with his phone in front of a mirror with his T-shirt pulled up to his chin and checking out his abs in the reflection. Needless to say, shot on sight.



It has also been rumoured that he had the plates for his barbell on backwards, with the smooth sides facing in and the numbers facing out. Like so:
Absolutely disgusting.

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