Highlights from the 2010 Arnold Classic…BrinkZone style
Just returned from the 2010 Arnold Classic. Was a great show this year. The Arnold Classic is far more then just oiled up IFBB pro bodybuilders posing on stage, it’s the largest sports festival in the US. The mens pro show gets more then enough coverage in the magazines and such… I enjoy covering the other aspects, like the expo, various sports (last year I covered Fencing, O lifting, and PL for example), gadgets, and yes, more pretty girls. I like pretty girls… 😎
So, warning to viewers: if you are expecting/looking for, IFBBs pro bodybuilders on stage, you wont find it in this vid. I thought this year was particularly good for new exercise related gadgets, many of which were of that super simple “why the hell didn’t I think of that?!” variety. One of them I recently covered on this blog for example, the GymBoss Interval Timer. Another was the Fat Gripz you will see me using in the vid. May do a write up on that product in the near future. There’s also a new magazine on the market, called Muscle Insider, that looks very promising (reminds me of ‘old school’ MuscleMedia…) that yours truly will be in on semi regular basis.
So without further delay, here’s this years vid, BrinkZone style.
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