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It’s not easy to stay fit and healthy. You could get caught up with work and ditch your exercise routines. You might get lazy and forget your nutritional plan. You could also just basically lose confidence in maintaining a fit and healthy body.

All of that is true. But it’s also true that it’s never too late to pick up where you left off with your fitness goals. The point is to quit making excuses and to just get on with your routines now. Of course, it couldn’t hurt to take inspiration and motivation from the living embodiment of hardcore fitness: CT Fletcher.

And you’ll be able to do it come February 20, 2016 at the Pumped Up Fitness Nutrition store in Hollister, CA. Because the bodybuilding icon will be making a special guest appearance at the topnotch supplement store. And, of course, delivering his unique, straightforward talk about working out, eating right for your fitness goals, and just getting up off of your bum to do the routines.

Why CT Fletcher?

Aside from the fact that CT Fletcher’s powerful built is enough to make you want to hit the weights at the gym, there are other things that make him a mammoth inspiration to many people.

For starters, the powerlifting legend may have had the fitness part down pat, with health and fitness, when he was young. But he wasn’t doing well with the health part of the equation. Fletcher consumed a steady diet of McDonald’s for 20 years. He would have four Big Macs, four orders of French fries, four strawberry milkshakes, and four personal size apple pies — for lunch.

This calorie-packed diet led to an emergency open-heart surgery, as you would expect. He flat lined three times. He was more than 300 pounds at the time.

Today, Fletcher weighs in at 235 pounds. Instead of eating Big Macs, Fletcher eats healthy foods, like salmon, turkey, brown rice and sweet potatoes. And also, this titan of a powerlifter happens to be 54.

That’s right, CT Fletcher, who was the world-champion powerlifter in his younger years, is over 50 and still looks better than any 20-year-old or 30-year-old man.

Fletcher inspires and motivates not only those interested in bulking up and getting strong. He’s also guiding some of the more recognizable faces in powerlifting, like Keven “Da Hulk” Washington.

So if you’ve been dying to meet and get tips from CT Fletcher himself remember: