Monday, January 30, 2012

Natural Texas bodybuilder David Hicks is a bruiser on stage. The former NFL Kansas City Chiefs football player switched to bodybuilding after getting a herniated disc. The 6'2", 238 lbs. high school football coach appears in this month's Krave Fitness magazine. David made a big impact at the '11 MM Texas and is now training for MM Lone Star. "My training is functional and intense", he explains. "It's not the typical bodybuilders workout. I still run hills, do kettle bellworkouts, push cars, intervals, pull sleds and a lot of plyometrics, just like I'm playing football. The difference now is that there is a lot more concentration lifts rather than trying to be explosive or just 'get it up'. I do a lot of super sets and heavy lifting."

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