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What the March issue of Muscle & Fitness is cooking… My cover story/editorial on Dwayne Johnson argues that he’s the most important man in all of fitness as there’s no man more visible who represents the lifestyle so well. Talk to any guy in any gym and chances are he has a story about how […]

Xbox One Review

It took me a long time to draw a conclusion about the Xbox One. It was a pretty frustrating piece of hardware when I first set it up; there’s a learning curve to the voice commands, the motion controls are borderline broken, and it takes some getting used to the fact that your video game […]

PS4 Review

I’ve been playing the PS4 since a couple days before its official US release, running it through its paces, and comparing some of the cross-gen games like Assassin’s Creed IV and Madden 25 side by side. My verdict: Sony knocked it out of the park. The PS4 is gorgeous piece of hardware and the user […]

David Otunga in Muscle & Fitness

I’ve had the opportunity to meet and interview a lot high-profile personalities in my career—pro athletes, actors, wrestlers, bodybuilding champs—and one thing I’m now certain of is this: Being famous does not necessarily make one interesting. How many times have you ever picked up a magazine with some mega-famous superstar actor or athlete on the […]

My Long Love Affair With Video Games

Okay, here’s the full truth: Work isn’t the only reason I’m so pale this summer. When I’m not writing or in the gym, I can usually be found playing video games. I’ve been a gamer my whole life. Yes, I had the original NES and the Atari 2600, but my earliest gaming memories predate both […]

Brandon Jacobs Interview

In case you missed it, I had a quick interview with Brandon Jacobs earlier this week. I wanted to touch base with him about training, and chat a bit about his reduced workload. It turns out he was more frustrated than just about anyone realized and vented about it: Reaction stories can be found here: […]