This week’s Buff Body is an oldie (he’s been entertaining audiences for more than 20 years) but he’s oh so a goodie!
I’m talking about keeping his body in tip-top shape.
The 42-year old rapper and actor first broke out on the scene in 1985 with his critically acclaimed debut album Radio. He was a relatively unknown skinny kid from Queens back then, but over the years Smith has ascended to the status of hip-hop legend, while building up his body mass along the way.
LL is the mastermind behind such classic hip-hop ballads as I Need Love (1987), the upbeat underdog’s anthem, Mama Said Knock You Out (1990) and the club hit Phenomenom (1997). In 2003 he teamed up with with American Idol judge Jennifer Lopez for the platinum-selling duet , All I Have.
MTV Music Awards… Grammys… Soul Train honors… he’s won them all. When it comes to TV and Movies (like Any Given Sunday and Deep Blue Sea) he’s a bonfide star. But just how he has captured the hearts of millions of female fans over the years surely has something to do with THIS:
oh, and this:
In his 2006 book, LL Cool J’s Platinum Workout, Smith tells Buff Body enthusiasts to commit to a workout plan, cut back on salt and avoid fast food at all costs.
“Most of all, educate yourself. Always check the nutritional content,” says Smith in his book. “Better yet, look up your favorite fast-food meal on the Internet for a reality check on their ingredients and nutritional content. Believe me, you’ll think twice about ordering that again once you know what it contains,” he writes.
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