Big muscles and strength training is nothing if you can’t finish a typical endurance test for the British Royal Marines

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There are a lot of people who think that if they get big bulging muscles and a bodybuilder body, everything will change for them and that they will become the strongest guys out there;

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But sometimes you get things wrong and if you really want to consider yourself as a tough guy, then you should undergo a typical endurance circuit just like the one from the next training video of the British Royal Marines, where a bodybuilder champion, a competitive physique athlete and an endurance lifting champion (notice that these guys are more into the weightlifting category) try to prove that lifting weights can help you in all kinds of training methods:

What do you think? Are big muscles enough to help you endure a bit of “muddy waters and some light running” like the British Royal Marines do every single day?

This is how you get a full body blast by using only your body, a backpack, a rifle and sometimes your “injured” colleague. What do you think about this other kind of workout to get buffed?

If you’re curious to find out who our main protagonists are, here are their names and occupation:

  • Jamie Alderton – he’s a WBFF Muscle Model Pro
  • James St Leger – this guy holds the bicep curl world record and he won the Dragan Challenge
  • Kirk Miller – he’s the face of Men’s Health, yup, an actual cover model and he’s also a Physique Elite personal trainer
  • Shane Raymond – your hardcore natural bodybuilding champion

 

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