Whoop whoop! That’s the sound of the gains!
YouTube Description - A guy that just came to my sponsored gym (Miami Fitness) said I was disrespecting him by grunting while lifting 150lb Dumbbells so he called the police. The cops showed up in 5 minutes and saw that it was me and laughed. They said that they grunt when they workout and told the guy he needs to go to 24 hour fitness or Planet Fitness. Everything ended up fine and I finished my training session.
This video is so beefy, I didn’t need to eat a second lunch after watching it. Is Kali Muscle yelling at the weights, at his spotter, or at the guy filming? Who is filming? Is all that yelling really necessary? Yes, yes it is necessary - 150 lb dumbbells aren’t going to lift themselves.
First, you have to make sure you are, in fact, lifting 150 lb dumbbells. Hence all the confirmation grunting: “150 das all. They real? Are dose da real ones?” Everybody knows that gyms hide fake dumbbells throughout their racks to confuse or boost the egos of their patrons. Kali sees right through that shit. You can’t just go ahead and assume that the number of the dumbbell is the real weight of the dumbbell, that is a fool’s game.
Second, you have to slap yourself into beast mode, which is why Kali asks to enter the mindspace known as “Slap City.”
And finally, you have to yell your weights to the top. Every experienced lifter knows that yelling at your weights adds 5 lbs to your max.
Kali was doing everything by the book, so the fact that a guy called the cops on him is unsettling. This can not become an accepted course of action versus those worshipers of Brodin who have entered the halls of Slap City.
I don’t care if Kali Muscle was monopolizing that gym’s acoustics to the detriment of other gym goer’s concentration. If you are the biggest dude in the gym, you better fucking sound like it too.
This is all really the gym’s fault; don’t carry 150 lb dumbbells if you can’t also accept the men who can lift them.
"Bring me the ones wit da dust on ‘em!"
-Tony “Two Scoops” Muscoli