Transformation of The Day: This 6'8 Bodybuilding Nightmare is a Real-Life Hulk
Via: LADBible
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Talk about a #TransformationTuesday.

Martyn Ford, a gigantic bodybuilder known as "The Nightmare," started his shocking transformation about 12 years ago. And the Internet is now taking notice.

He went from being an avid runner with four percent body fat, to a 325-pound tattooed monster of a man.

Just LOOK at this guy.

Here's what he told LADBible:

I never really had a goal as such, I just wanted to be bigger. 12 years on I seem to be that for sure, but there's still more to achieve with my physique. The initial transformation I would say took two to three years. You were definitely looking at two different people then for sure.

Ford's goal is to become an actor.

And as big as he is, directors should be weary telling him he didn't get the part.

Pecs of The Day: Japan Has a Butcher Shop Where The Butchers are Beefcakes
Via: Kotaku
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Here goes Japan again, being weird and stuff.

A new butcher shop in Tokyo translated to "Macho Meat Shop" is serving up slices of flesh from some serious meatheads.

The entire staff are meaty, muscular dudes. And they serve meat. Get it?

The restaurant serves raw egg drinks, steaks and customers can feed the buff eye candy.

But you better hurry if you want to visit this meaty wonderland.

The shop is only open for a limited time until November 9.

Early Thanksgiving, anyone? No turkey on the menu. Just beef.

Via: MrTymArt
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Swole your roll, dude.

This guy seems pretty pleased with himself, so we're not really in any position to give him life advice, but just looking at him should give all you body builders out there a good idea of what can happen injecting yourself with oil.

The substance that he's using to jack up his pecs to double D level is Synthol. From Wikipedia:

Some bodybuilders, particularly at professional level, inject substances such as "site enhancement oil", commonly known as synthol, to mimic the appearance of developed muscle where it may otherwise be disproportionate or lagging.] This is known as "fluffing". Synthol is 85% oil, 7.5% lidocaine, and 7.5% alcohol.It is not restricted, as it is ostensibly sold for topical use only, and many brands are available on the internet.

It's some seriously messed up stuff. Remember that guy who wanted to be The Hulk and ended up almost getting his arm amputated?

Yeah, that.

Don't do that.

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