Bradley Martyn is a very famous American social media fitness star and bodybuilder. In fact, Bradley's social media platforms are among the most viewed and 'liked' in the fitness world, and he says that his goal is to help his followers get "awesome and lean." Martyn's stats are 6'3" and 240 pounds with a very low body fat percentage, and he was born in 1989.
Martyn competed in several bodybuilding shows, mostly from 2011 to 2013. His best finishes were 1st place in both the 2013 NPC Phil Heath Classic and the 2011 NPC Southern California Championships.
Martyn believes in training at least 1.5 hours per session, and aiming for about a ten rep range for his exercises, which comes out to about 75-80% of his max. Other than that, Martyn claims that he doesn't follow a plan when he trains, but rather he believes in listening to his body. Moreover, Bradley likes to change up his workouts, training on some weeks three times, and on other weeks every day.
In general, Martyn seems to prefer a push/pull/leg split, but he also pays particular attention to the back and keeps his conditioning strong on certain days. For cardio, instead of the boring treadmill and elliptical indoors, Bradley prefers to do outdoor activities like sled pushing/pulling and tire flipping.
When he competed, Bradley Martyn was an advocate of intermittent fasting. This type of fasting is where you don't eat for 16 hours straight, then use an 8-hour window to eat large meals. Since then, he has loosened up on his approach, sticking to a low carbohydrate and high protein/fat diet. However, if he feels like his carbs need to be upped, he will go higher, as he says it gives him more energy and muscle recovery.
In one of his videos, Martyn has talked about must have foods at the supermarket:
In the video he discusses about:
- Salmon: He believes it should be a staple food for its high omega 3 content, and that tilapia is a 'bottom feeding' fish, so it should be avoided.
- Quinoa: He says it is a complete protein and has all the amino acids in it. He thinks that it is very underrated.
- Bell Peppers: Bradley says they have lots of vitamins, they're easy to eat and they taste good.
- Greek Yogurt: According to him, it is full of protein, and you can throw in fruit or any other food to make it taste better.
- Almond Butter: He thinks that it is better than peanut butter because it doesn't grow in the dirt, so it doesn't soak in pesticides.
Martyn is a massive force in social media: his Facebook page has an incredible number of almost 3M followers (https://www.facebook.com/BradleyMartyn/), his Instagram page has 2.5M followers (https://www.instagram.com/bradleymartyn/?hl=en), while his YouTube page has whopping 1.2M subscribers (https://www.youtube.com/user/bradleymartynonline). On these channels, he posts pictures, workout videos, food, and funny stuff he feels his fans would appreciate. Bradley also has a Twitter page, but it has just 150K followers.
His most viewed video on YouTube was titled "Hitting on girls at Golds Gym" (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GS1pTF3ogRc), and so far it has received 10M views. Another one was called "Got kicked out of Planet Fitness" (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QQm06odkHAQ), which received over 5M views. However, both videos received a lot of dislikes, as the titles were misleading - in most of the videos Martyn was just working out and talking.
Website and business
Bradley has an official website (bradleymartyn.com/) where he sells a BMFit squad membership, which gives people access to his blog, tools, forum, and library. Furthermore, he also sells programs for up to $300, a supplement line, and apparel.
Martyn is one of the several fitness celebrities who seemed to get snared into the WFN scandal due to his pictures being shown on their social media. WFN stands for "wellnessfitnessnutrition" - a former online steroid store that operated for several years, claiming to legally sell steroids by prescription.
Evolutionary.org broke the story of the bust and reported about it when "Iron Addicts Gym" was raided and closed. Richard Rodriquez had an office in that Miami gym, and he was arrested, along with his wife and several others, in connection with running an illegal steroid outfit.
JonnyBravo, who has a YouTube channel, knows Rodriquez personally and claims that Martyn was involved with WFN. He explains the story here:
Bravo says that Martyn blew up Rodriquez' phone the night before the arrest, telling him to delete all his pictures off Richard's Instagram account. Therefore, Bravo is insinuating that Martyn knew ahead of time about the upcoming arrest, which is evidence that he snitched.
Jerry Ward also chimed in with a video:
In this video, he said that he also spoke to Rodriquez on Facebook after being contacted. Ward said he immediately ended the conversation and did not want any trouble. Regarding Martyn, Jerry felt that even if Bravo was telling the truth, there was no way Martyn's phone call could mean anything because it would take more than 24 hours to set up an arrest like that. So to sum it up, he feels like Martyn-Rodriquez phone calls were just a coincidence, and it is unfair to call him a rat without facts.
Steroids are one of the very few topics Bradley Martyn does not discuss at all in his social media. However, with his physique, we can obviously assume that he is using a fair amount of steroids. A speculative steroid cycle * would look like this:
- HGH 8IU's per day
- Testosterone Cypionate 1000mgs per week
- Equipoise 800mgs per week
- Trenbolone 600mgs per week
- Anavar 100mgs per day
- Winstrol 50mgs per day
- Cardarine 20mgs per day
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*DISCLAIMER: The cycle above is our opinion on what Bradley Martyn could have used, this is for information and entertainment purposes only. There is no direct evidence that Bradley Martyn used steroids or any other drugs.
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