Shaquille O'Neal Shares Shirtless Video of Bodybuilding Poses – Men's Health

The Big Diesel is looking diesel at 50.
SHAQUILLE O’NEAL IS not, and has never been, a small man. During his NBA playing days, he was generally listed at 7’1”, 325 pounds.
When .css-16acfp5{-webkit-text-decoration:underline;text-decoration:underline;text-decoration-thickness:0.125rem;text-decoration-color:#d2232e;text-underline-offset:0.25rem;color:inherit;-webkit-transition:all 0.3s ease-in-out;transition:all 0.3s ease-in-out;}.css-16acfp5:hover{color:#000;text-decoration-color:border-link-body-hover;background-color:yellow;-webkit-transition:all 0.3s ease-in-out;transition:all 0.3s ease-in-out;}we caught up with the basketball legend and current Inside the NBA analyst late last year, he was in the process of rededicating himself to fitness after bulking up to 415 pounds during the height of the pandemic. He was committed to an intense four day per week training split, featuring sessions that combined 20 minutes of cardio and 40 minutes of strength training for maximum fat burning and muscle building results. His ultimate goal? Feeling confident enough with his physique to post a shirtless thirst trap by his 50th birthday, which was earlier this year in March.
All of Shaq’s hard work paid off, and he’s not been shy about sharing the fruits of his labor and highlights from his training. But his Instagram exploits have gone beyond just a simple thirst trap pic. His most recent social media video shows that Shaq might be ready for yet another descriptor to his long list of titles. He’s an NBA legend, TV analyst, movie actor, pitchman, philanthropist, businessman, touring DJ—so why not try bodybuilding?
Yes, when the Big Aristotle hit the gym , he took some time off his workout in what appears to be his home training space to run through a whole series of bodybuilding poses, flexing like a seasoned pro on the competition stage.
In the clip, Shaq enters the room and strides through the space wearing nothing but a pair of tiger print shorts before pausing to run through a whole series of poses, flexing his biceps, triceps, abs, and back. The big diesel is looking pretty diesel. When you watch the clip, make sure to stay tuned till the end—you don’t want to miss out on the pec bounce.
Brett Williams, a fitness editor at Men’s Health, is a NASM-CPT certified trainer and former pro football player and tech reporter who splits his workout time between strength and conditioning training, martial arts, and running. You can find his work elsewhere at Mashable, Thrillist, and other outlets.
.css-16fbwkt{display:block;font-family:GraphikBold,Helvetica,Arial,Sans-serif;font-weight:bold;margin-bottom:0;margin-top:0;-webkit-text-decoration:none;text-decoration:none;}@media (any-hover: hover){.css-16fbwkt:hover{color:link-hover;}}@media(max-width: 48rem){.css-16fbwkt{font-size:1.05rem;line-height:1.2;margin-bottom:0.25rem;}}@media(min-width: 40.625rem){.css-16fbwkt{font-size:1.28598rem;line-height:1.2;}}@media(min-width: 48rem){.css-16fbwkt{font-size:1.39461rem;line-height:1.2;margin-bottom:0.5rem;}}@media(min-width: 64rem){.css-16fbwkt{font-size:1.23488rem;line-height:1.3;}}Watch Martins Licis Train With Lifter Rauno Geinla
Eccentric vs. Concentric Movements
How to Do the Dumbbell Sumo Squat
The Best On Running Shoes to Buy in 2022
How to Save Big on Flybird Home Gym Gear
Earn the Right to Overhead Press Over 40
5 Must-Do Glute-Building Exercises
Oscar-Winner Jimmy Chin Will Never Stop Climbing
The 10 Best Running Shoes for Guys With Flat Feet
Julianne Hough Has Six-Pack Abs in Sports Bra Pic
Tenoch Huerta Shares His Namor Workout
Try This 5-Move Cool Down Routine for Runners
A Part of Hearst Digital Media
Our product picks are editor-tested, expert-approved. We may earn a commission through links on our site.
©Hearst Magazine Media, Inc. All Rights Reserved.


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *