The final Bros vs Pros of the 2010 season was the most exciting and most successful to date, drawing hundreds of people to Gold's Gym in Deer Park, NY. Title Sponsor SPECIES NUTRITION gave away prize packages to the top 3 women and the top 4 men in each category. Brian Moss of SHEMUSCLE.COM filmed the women's events, while ALR Industries gave away free Chain'd Reaction Samples. QUEST PROTEIN BARS were also given away as well as SPECIES, RX MUSCLE and GOLD'S GYM T-shirts to the crowd. Mr G. was in top form dressed as Santa Claus to provide motivation for the crowd as well as the athletes. Shawna Mendelson & Big Glen did an outstanding job of judging the event, which made the Bros vs Pros 5 Deadlift Challenge placings easy to determine.
BROS VS PROS WEEKEND EXTRAVAGANZA
In less than one week I'll be flying out to NY for the biggest bodybuilding-related event of December; Bros Vs Pros 5! FLEX, MD, MUSCLEMAG and any other media outlets out there are all invited to cover this huge weekend muscle extravaganza! You'll be missing the boat if you're not here. . . or if you're not tuning in to all the updates at home. That's right, this Bro vs Pros challenge isn't just a one-and-done event; it's an entire weekend of can't miss events.
BROS vs PROS 5: DEADLIFT REMATCH
When: Saturday December 11th, 2010 at 2pm EST
Where: Deer Park Golds Gym
Prize Money: $3000
Our now infamous and highly anticipated Bros vs Pros challenges have grown by leaps and bounds over the last 12 months since their humble beginnings when Jeff the Producer (Bro) out-curled IFBB Pro Mike Liberatore to win $1000 cash. And on Saturday December 11th 2010, Bros vs Pros 5: Deadlift Rematch is guaranteed to outshine all its predecessors by a longshot.
I never thought that our Bros vs Pros challenge could be any more of an affront to those competing than it was to IFBB Pro Mike Liberatore's ego when a regular bro-- our own Jeff the Producer-- decimated his rep total curling an 80 pound dumbbell. I was proved wrong during Bros vs Pros II when, on his 13th rep of benching 405, Maurice Guida threw the bar back on the pegs and bolted out of the lifting area like he had just stuck his whole arm in a bee hive. Thanks to Maurice's quick thinking, he only suffered a minor pec tear. After that happened, I thought to myself, damn, this shit is for real.