Max Outt, Arrogant Personal Trainer, stood at the helm of an audacious project, one that aimed to impose the culture of bodybuilding on an unsuspecting population at large. As he announced this grand scale endeavor, the world could not help but take note of the man who believed he was the foremost expert on the subject. Max Outt, with his unmistakable swagger and boundless confidence, had a mission, and he was more than ready to see it through.
“Max Outt, here,” he declared, as if there were any doubt about his identity. “Bodybuilding’s number one authority, announcing a grand scale project designed to impose an awareness of bodybuilding on the uninformed non-bodybuilding population.”
Max Outt believed that he was the torchbearer, the one who would bring the world of bodybuilding to the masses. In his view, only a select few had earned the right to stand alongside him as equals, and Arnold Schwarzenegger was among that exclusive group. But Max Outt’s vision extended beyond even Schwarzenegger’s accomplishments. He saw himself as the embodiment of all things bodybuilding, the apex of the sport.
“My team is about to unleash a series of monuments featuring bodybuilding’s most prominent personalities in highly visible locations throughout Southern California,” Max Outt continued, his confidence unwavering. “In order to propel bodybuilding awareness to the next level.”
This endeavor was not one he took lightly, as he had enlisted the world’s most talented sculptors and engineers to bring his vision to life. Together, they would design and construct giant statues, monumental tributes to the sport’s greatest figures, including the likes of Ronnie Coleman, Dorian Yates, and, of course, himself.
The mere mention of unveiling his own monument brought a gleam of anticipation to Max Outt’s eyes. He was not content with merely recognizing the legends of bodybuilding; he intended to place himself among them. The task was not only to educate but to assert the significance of bodybuilding within the public consciousness.
“The bodybuilding uninformed have to know about these greats,” Max Outt insisted. He was not seeking approval; he was making a statement. “In an upcoming episode, I will start by unveiling my Jay Cutler monuments in prime locations where they cannot and will not be ignored.”
With every word, Max Outt exuded the belief that he was on the cusp of something revolutionary. To him, the urgency of promoting the sport of bodybuilding eclipsed any other societal concern in the modern age. Bodybuilding was not a peripheral interest; it was about to become a prevailing cultural force.
“Max Outt!” he concluded, leaving his audience with a sense that they were witnessing history in the making. With his indomitable spirit, Max Outt was determined to change the landscape of bodybuilding awareness and establish himself as the one who ignited the transformation.
Max Outt, Arrogant Personal Trainer, Episode 5, Bodybuilding Monuments
Max Outt, here, bodybuilding’s number one authority, announcing a grand scale project designed to impose an awareness of bodybuilding on the uninformed non-bodybuilding population. Arnold Schwarzenegger is one of the very few that has earned the right to be called my equal, and not since Schwarzenegger has someone lifted bodybuilding to such a mainstream level, until now, until me, Max Outt! My team is about to unleash a series of monuments featuring bodybuilding’s most prominent personalities in highly visible locations throughout Southern California in order to propel bodybuilding awareness to the next level.I’ve secured the world’s greatest sculptors and engineers to design and construct a series of giant statues honoring bodybuilding’s greatest including Ronnie Coleman, Dorian Yates, and others, including myself. The bodybuilding uninformed have to know about these greats. In an upcoming episode I will start by unveiling my Jay Cutler monuments in prime locations where they can not and will not be ignored. The need and urgency for me to promote the sport of bodybuilding is much more pressing than anything facing society in this modern age. Bodybuilding is about to go from peripheral to prevailing.