Louis "Lou” Ferrigno (born November 9,
1951) is an American actor, motivational speaker, fitness trainer/consultant, and retired professional bodybuilder. As a bodybuilder, Lou won an IFBB Mr. America title and two consecutive IFBB Mr. Universe titles, and appeared in the bodybuilding documentary, Pumping Iron. As an actor, he is best known for portraying the title role in the CBS television series, The Incredible Hulk. He has also appeared in several European-produced fantasy/adventure films such as Sinbad of the Seven Seas and Hercules. His most recent roles include a part in the 2009 feature film, I Love You, Man, and season five of the reality series, Celebrity Apprentice.
Having over 36 years experience Bobby
Strom is one of the Elite Fitness Experts World Wide. With expertise in Training, Nutrition, Martial Arts and Massage Therapy. He is also an Award Winning Body Builder with 11 years Competition experience of over 30 shows. His forte is Transforming Physiques and Lifestyles!
Don 'The Dragon' Wilson
Don has established himself as a hard
working Hollywood action star, having starred in 29 films since his film career began in 1989. He has had as many as five films released within a fourteen month period. "The Dragon" is successful because he keeps improving as an actor and he projects integrity, warmth, and likeability. Roger Corman, who has discovered some of the greatest talent in the history of the film business, told Don that he would be a star the first time they met. Don "The Dragon" Wilson's star is definitely on the rise--as he proved recently when one of his movies premiered during Primetime in the U.S. on NBC Universal's Sci-Fi Channel.
Ric Drasin started training clients in the
mid 60's when he ran a chain of health clubs. He also taught diet and fitness classes atthe YMCA. Later on he moved to Venice and worked out with Arnold Schwarzenegger at the famous Gold's Gym for 4 years along with trainer Joe Weider. At that time Ric designed the famous Gold's Gym Logo and later on the World Gym Gorilla which are both part of massive mobile marketing campaigns. During that time he wrote articles and posed with products for Joe Weider's Muscle & Fitness magazine.
Ric's Corner is a world of information on wrestling, old school bodybuilding, diet, relationships in gyms, etc and now has 2 million viewers and growing.