I admit it, as a child I was blown away by Bud Spencer and Terence Hill movies. I called him Trinidad, Banana Joe, And if we don’t get mad, Two super two… Seeing them hit right and left was cool for us children who grew up in the eighties and nineties. And, for us, Terence Hill was the skinny one and Bud Spencer the fat one, a version of cakes left and right. But be careful because Bud was not always the giant and strong actor that we met in film and television. As a young man, he sported abs, was very skinny, and competed in swimming.
Champion of Italy, he participated in two Olympic Games: Helsinki and Melbourne. And he mostly competed in the 100-meter freestyle, so he was a strong and very powerful swimmer, a specialist in short distances. From 1949 to 1956 he was a seven-time Italian champion in the 100-meter freestyle.
Bud Spencer’s Perfect Abs
In this file photo, Bud Spencer appears with his teammates from the Italian swimming team, in a turbo swimsuit and boasting of defined and perfect abs.
He died at his home in Rome at 6:15 p.m. on Monday, June 27, 2016. According to his son Giuseppe Pedersoli, his last word was “thank you.”
Roberto Cabezas is a specialist in fitness, CrossFit, bodybuilding, training material, nutrition and sports supplementation at Men’s Health Spain. Graduated in Journalism from the Faculty of Information Sciences, in Madrid, he has always liked sports. I played soccer, practiced karate, tennis and now I am passionate about paddle tennis and training in the gym. I firmly believe that leading a healthy life, eating well and exercising daily, is essential for both the body and our mental health. And I encourage you to combat stress with fitness training through exercise routines. One of my hobbies is buying food because I love eating, especially meat, but also fruit and healthy desserts. I am not missing my daily protein shake and to recommend, try the peanut butter with banana, this is one of many of the recommendations that you can find among the nutrition contents in which I write and deal with topics such as creatine, protein whey among others. Professionally, before joining the Hearst Magazines Healthy Unit, I spent almost 20 years at the magazines Teleindiscreta, TP and Supertele, from the same company, where I learned to be a journalist. Before I went through an economic consultant and a women’s website.
More hobbies? Reading, music, movies, series and playing with my children. Live and let live!