Tyson Fury recalls terrifying moment baby Athena's heartbeat stopped as Paris held her
Tyson Fury has talked about the near-death experience of his daughter, Athena, in his upcoming autobiography, and how she helped inspire him for his fight against Deontay WilderAthena was born early in August last year, just weeks before the boxer's arguably greatest win in his career against Deontay Wilder.
Mike Tyson is one of the all-time greats of boxing. Few can come close to Iron Mike when you compare their careers. He was one of a kind in the ring but also out of it. © Provided by Give Me Sport Mike Tyson Workout
There’s no hiding from the fact he has had a mind boggling career away from the ring, from keeping pet tigers that ended up attacking trespassers or releasing edibles that refer back to his infamous ear bite on Evander Holyfield’s ear.
Despite all his controversies away from the ring and in the ring, he still will go down as one of the best, fighters of all time, entertaining us all in a plethora of ways, something he continues to do, but he certainly kept his boxing career at the forefront of his life, especially as a young boxer.
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Including an upper, lower, full-body and core workout.Courtney Black cemented herself a cult-like following during lockdown when tens of thousands of people tuned in to her daily home workouts, but the PT also knows her stuff when it comes to gym workouts. Combined, you’ll find an impressive 2000+ (all filmed in real-time) on the Courtney Black Fitness App, and for the four out of five of you who said (in a Fitness First study) you’d missed the gym during lockdown but were struggling to find your feet with the endless equipment after using nothing more than a yoga mat and pair of dumbbells, we’ve recruited her to put together a full 7-day gym workout plan.
Mike Tyson at 18
Footage has gone viral of Iron Mike training at the age of 18, watching it is scary viewing. The former heavyweight champion is putting his neck through absolute torture at such an early age, showing just how gruelling it is if you want to get to the very top in professional boxing.
He rolls around on the floor, using his neck to keep himself up, rotating the weight around on his head to strengthen his neck, something that clearly worked an absolute treat for the fighter, who at the age of 18 already had a neck that was 20 inches in circumference.
It certainly doesn’t look like something you’d want to try at home on your own, the training routine looks quite dangerous, but it certainly worked along with his other training, as Iron Mike went on to be one of the greatest fighters to ever do it.
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View: Mike Tyson training his neck at 18 looks absolutely brutal
You can see just how intense the workout is on his neck. If he put that much effort into every aspect of his body, it’s no wonder he became such a phenomenon in the boxing community, with Iron Mike still looked back on with great fondness as we remember his incredible career.
There are very few boxers that come close to Iron Mike, and that is summed up by the fact the greatest heavyweights of today are compared to him, with the common question, would they beat Mike Tyson in their prime?
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'I did YouTube's most popular "ab workout" every day for a week, here's what happened' .
My before and after pic might surprise you.The Daisy Keech ab workout has had over 23 million views on YouTube since it went live last year. Keech claims that by doing the ab workout every day, you could carve yourself the perfect ‘hourglass waist’, but I’m sceptical. Exercise alone is highly unlikely to change your body shape – various other factors are at play, like genetics and nutrition (check out our complete guide on how to get a smaller waist) – so to promise a ‘cinched waist’ through a single workout seems deductive.