[Last Updated: September 26th]
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Ten Years Strong At Muscle Beach in Venice, California
In case you missed it, we recently turned 10 and we celebrated the best way we know how: surrounded by friends and family at the mecca of bodybuilding.
On any given day, you can rock up under LA's golden sunsets to witness lifters from Los Angeles and beyond chalk up to lift heavy at the iconic Muscle Beach in Venice, California. But on September 16th, you might have seen some more familiar faces...
The event was an epic celebration of lifting, culture and community - encouraging a new generation of lifters to come forward, and you can bet your 1RM that the OGs were there to support. ICYMI, here’s a few of our own personal highlights from the day...
Steve Cook, Ryan Terry, Matt Morsia, Jamal Browner and Stefi Cohen hosted some amazing lifting and posing clinics throughout the day and shared a few of their own tips and tricks. The Gymshark fam showed up in style and hit some incredible PRs - shoutout to Kaela for pulling 300lbs, you absolute weapon…
Our very own Ben Francis also got to sit down with Brad Martyn from Raw Gear and Christian Guzman from Alphalete whilst he was out in LA to chat all things business...
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TEN YEARS STRONG
A lot can happen in ten years...
10 years ago, Whitney Simmons had never been to a gym.
10 years ago, Francis Ngannou was sleeping in a parking lot.
10 years ago, Katie Taylor had never had a professional fight.
10 years ago, Ben Francis was a pizza boy.
Gymshark was started in a garage in 2012 by a kid with a dream and a sewing machine.
Today, our surroundings look a little different, but through it all our mentality has always remained the same: to go further, we go together.
That’s why to celebrate our 10th anniversary, we’re throwing a special lifting event for the Gymshark family on September 16th at the iconic Muscle Beach in Venice, California.
Expect competitions, lifting seminars, brand partner booths, a live DJ, exclusive merch and loooooads more…
Just Here For The Deets?
Friday September 16th 2022, 11am to 6pm
Muscle Beach Venice, California (1800 Ocean Front Walk, Los Angeles, CA 90401-3124)
Find a nearby car park here!
What You'll Need To Bring:
Yourself and your favorite Gymshark 'fit. Don't forget your warm-weather essentials: your sunscreen, a hat, bottle of water etc...
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What's The Plan:
Athlete Meet & Greet Zone | 11am-6pm
This is your chance to meet your favorite Gymshark Athletes. Want the schedule? You're in luck, check it out below!
Lifting Clinics | 11am-4pm
Get some tips and tricks from the professionals at our 1-hour lifting clinics.
11am-12pm | Stefi Cohen | Women's Leg Day & Powerlifting Clinic.
1pm-2pm | Steve Cook & Ryan Terry | The Chest/Back Day & Posing Clinic.
3pm-4pm | Matt Morsia & Jamal Browner | The Deadlifting Clinic.
Brand Partner Zone
Check out some of our amazing brand partners this season and treat yourself to an ice cream over at The Inside Scoop.
Power PR Platform & T-Shirt Printing
Hit a PR on our lifting platform and get an exclusive pre-released Power T-shirt to take home with you. No booking required, just turn up and we'll get you signed in.
MB Training Arena Sessions
Every hour between 11am and 6pm, we'll be bringing in groups of people to train in our free training zone. Spaces are limited to 30 people at a time. No booking required, just turn up and we'll get you signed in.
Food & Drink
Hungry? Whilst we won't be hosting any big food stalls at this event (snacks and energy drinks are guaranteed ofc), why not explore Venice Beach and discover an array of small independent cafés and restaurants!
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We’ll never stop feeling grateful for the community that surrounds us, and we can’t wait to see where we’re all going to be in the next ten years.
Gymshark. Ten Years Strong.