Half instructional, half motivational, “The Superstar Body” is a guide to what it takes to make your body into a vehicle for success.
Nick Aldis – better known as Magnus from TNA Impact Wrestling, formerly ‘Oblivion’ from Sky One’s Gladiators – takes you through his life and career, focusing on how he’s achieved a body that is in great balance in terms of functionality, health and aesthetics for his needs.
As the first ever British professional wrestling champion in a major global promotion, Nick explains how his passion for working out helped him achieve his goals – and how you can do the same.
Most fitness books are either about bodybuilding or weight loss. The Superstar Body explains the core principles of both, looking at healthy foods and supplements, nourishing yourself mentally as well as physically – and how to maintain a healthy, athletic, attractive body with real world techniques.
A unique, winning combination of physical bodybuilding techniques, mental outlook and health awareness advice, plus dietary tips and recipes for delicious nutritious meals.
The book’s USP is not only Nick’s expert advice but also that of a collection of guest contributors, all elite athletes and minds in the world of sports and fitness.
Learn the mental preparation techniques of Olympic gold medalists; the routines and diet tips of fitness models, and the philosophies of elite trainers of pro athletes.
The premise is to cut through the clutter of information and rhetoric of fitness magazines to give you the key fundamental tools to make whatever kind of body you want. Your own “superstar body.”
“A practical and insightful approach to training, diet and lifestyle; from beginners to experienced athletes, this book is a great tool.” – Kurt Angle, TNA Impact Wrestling star and Olympic gold medalist.
About the author
Nick Aldis is better known as Magnus from TNA Impact Wrestling, and formerly 'Oblivion' from Sky One's Gladiators. Nick presents The UK’s Strongest Man on TV and writes a monthly column for FSM, the UK’s No.1 pro wrestling magazine. He held the TNA World Heavyweight title, the first British wrestler to ever achieve this accolade. A qualified personal trainer, Nick has also held numerous other titles in the United States and Japan. He has wrestled on television in 120 countries.
Aldis ‘Amped’ Up
Nick Aldis (TNA Impact Wrestling’s Magnus) will be part of Global Force Wrestling’s TV tapings titled “Amped” on Friday, July 24 at the Orleans Arena in Las Vegas.
“‘Amped’ will be the show that unites promotions and showcases the very best men and women professional wrestlers on the planet,” GFW Founder and CEO Jeff Jarrett said.
GFW also is excited to announce four unique divisions: GFW Global Championship, GFW Tag Team Championship, GFW Women's Championship and GFW NEX*GEN Championship. These titles will be up for grabs in four separate tournaments that kick off on July 24 at the Orleans Arena.
“There is no doubt in my mind that I will be the first GFW Global Champion, and I will raise that title in Las Vegas,” former TNA Heavyweight champion Bobby Roode said.
When asked about the NEX*GEN division, Jarrett said, “It’s about the up-and-comers, the fearless new faces in this industry from around the globe. You will be talking about these guys for years to come.”
GFW co-Founder Karen Jarrett is excited about the women’s division.
“We want to unite women’s divisions around the globe and give the fans never-before-seen matchups with the best female wrestlers in the industry,” she said.
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More Global Force Wrestling “Amped” tapings are set for the Orleans Arena on Aug. 21 and Oct. 23.
GWF Grand Slam Tour
Global Force Wrestling’s Grand Slam Tour continues this smmer.
GFW arrives Aug. 22 at Aces Ballpark (Reno Aces/Triple A affiliate/Arizona Diamondbacks) in Reno, Nevada and then the Keystone State (Pennsylvania) for a show on Aug. 28 at Metro Bank Park (Harrisburg Senators/Double A affiliate/Washington Nationals) in Harrisburg.
“The response to the Grand Slam Tour has been overwhelming and very gratifying,” said Jarrett, who already has made several appearances to throw out the first pitch at minor-league stadiums that plan to host GFW events. “These are markets where fans want excitement and value for their dollar, and we’re eager to show them the athletes of GFW.”
“We’ve watched our fellow minor-league teams line up to get on board with Global Force Wrestling,” said Kevin Kulp, president of the Harrisburg Senators. ”We strive to put an exciting product on the field, and a night of high-flying pro wrestling should fit in perfectly.”
Dates for the GFW Grand Slam Tour are available on
About Global Force Wrestling
Global Force Wrestling is a privately owned professional wrestling and entertainment company based in Nashville. Founded in 2014, Global Force Wrestling is changing the wrestling and entertainment industry with an innovative and groundbreaking approach to fan interactivity, storytelling and overall entertainment to engage audiences across television, digital and social media platforms.