On Wednesday (May 6), the athletically inclined MC share an Instagram post of himself executing a 435-pound deadlift, all while listening to Warren G’s “Regulate.” At the same time, Meth promoted his new Tical Athletics clothing line, which includes a variety of t-shirts and more.
“435 lbs deadlift,” the caption reads. “Training Is Commitment And Lifestyle T.I.C.A.L athletics.”
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435 lbs deadlift, Training Is Commitment And Lifestyle T.I.C.A.L athletics…#inspire #motivate.. Repost from @ticalathletics • LIGHT WORK💪🏽 in that NEW TICAL ATHLETICS 🔥🔥🔥who’s ready❓ #IRONLUNG #TICAL #METHODMAN #JOHNNYBLAZE #HOTNIKKEL #TICALATHLETICS #VEINGANG #IIFYM #MACROLIFE #GYM #ART #FITNESS #GRAFFITI #NYC #BENCHPRESS #SQUATS #DEADLIFT #WEIGHTS #MEFISBISHOP
After watching Meth’s video, Men’s Health fitness director Ebenezer Samuel C.S.C.S. appeared to be primarily impressed with his technique.
“This is a pretty clean deadlift overall,” he said. “His hips never rise above the shoulders, and his core stays pretty tight … If there’s a nitpick, it’s that his head doesn’t stay neutral; he’d benefit from shifting his gaze toward the floor instead of looking straight ahead. But that’s a common flaw.”
Working out and focusing on self-improvement has become crucial during the coronavirus pandemic. Meth is simply doing what it takes to stay fit until tours can resume and the world can slowly begin to rebuild.