- Love Islander and Meathead Jack Fincham showcases tracksuit in 60 seconds work out designed to beef up any routine –
The meaty maestros at Peperami have launched a limited edition tracksuit designed to give anyone an instant beef bod look ahead of the summer, and is a serious game-changer for gym selfies. The trackie was styled on the meatiness of Peperami’s new Beef Bar, literally giving anyone – from gym bro to couch potato – a beef body.
Love Islander Jack Fincham, who is known more for his cheeky smile and dad bod than his ripped abs, launched the beef bod tracksuit this week. The pen salesman, who has recently become a dad to baby Blossom, has been getting back into fitness recently. He was seen at Fitness First Brentwood sporting the suit and topping up his energy levels by chomping on a few Beef Bars.
Keen to help other dads get back into shape, Jack shows off his new fitness prowess in a handy 60 seconds work out video, guaranteed to beef up any exercise routine.
The new Peperami Beef Bar is a mighty meat snack that’s packed with protein and at just 69 calories per pack. It blends the brand’s classic pork and beef which delivers a brawny protein kick in the brand’s ‘Original’ flavour. The handy 20g bar is an ideal afternoon munch and the ultimate gym bag essential for pre or post-workout fuel. It offers a savoury, healthier swap from sugary snacks to beat those hunger cravings.
The limited-edition tracksuits are available to win on Peperami’s social channels – and Meatheads are already going mad for them.
JACK FINCHAM’S BEEFY BULKING WORK OUT
#1 Backwards Bull
Downward Dog is proper last year mate, true Meatheads do the Backwards Bull – a cheeky update on this classic yoga move.
#2 Beef Twists
Good things come to those who graft! The Beef Twists are a meaty workout that beef up your six-pack (literally).
#3 Intense Mastication
We all need a break every now and then, so why not give your jaw a workout too and munch on a protein-packed Peperami Beef Bar.
#4 Bull Ups
Pull-ups are basic, take them to another level in a beefy tracksuit. And, why not add a Peperami Beef Bar to the top to chomp on with each lift? Now, that’s what you call Bull Ups.
#5 Raising the Bar
Why would you lift a kettlebell, when you can Raise a Peperami Beef Bar and eat it afterwards.
#6 Bull Ball
An exercise that’s as hard to say as it is to do. Feel the burn as you ride the meaty Bull Ball, working up a proper appetite!
Peperami Beef Bar is available to buy in Tesco, ASDA and Sainsbury with an RRP £2.25 for a multipack (3x20g). In Convenience Stores the single 20g bar is available for 1.39p.
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