Brian Scott

Brian is a 45 year old Firefighter/Paramedic living in Ohio and joined the fire service after being a television production specialist. He’s been into fitness since he was 14 years old and has also been DJing just as long. Being featured four times in the world famous ‘Hunks and Ladders’ calendar, Brian hit a personal achievement aesthetically by dropping his body fat percentage to below seven percent. When he’s not fishing, hunting or painting, he aims to inspire the younger generation of firefighters by proving that fitness is key to survival.

Favorite cheat meal?
My favorite cheat meal is biscuits and gravy for brunch at the firehouse.

What’s the weirdest thing in your gym bag?
The weirdest things in my gym bag is a small tripod for my iPhone.

What’s your perfect rest day?
The perfect rest day sitting my recliner at home with absolutely no responsibilities and nothing expected of me. That never happens!

Who’s your favorite athlete?
My favorite athlete is Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, I respect his motivation and drive!

Favorite cartoon growing up?
My favorite cartoon when i was growing up was the original Tom & Jerry

You’re a pro wrestler in the 80’s, what’s your name?
My pro wrestler name would be “The Legend”

Who wins in a fight, a blind tiger or a miniature lion?
A blind tiger would beat a mini lion because the blind tiger still has its strength and bigger teeth.

Would you still want a million dollars if you could only spend it in nickels?
I would love to spend a million dollars in nickels just to piss people off in lines when I’m buying groceries.

How many donuts can you eat in one sitting?
I can eat a legit half of dozen donuts before I’m completely miserable.

Do you believe in Bigfoot?
I believe in Aliens not Big Foot! I’m just saying there’s a little more evidence! LOL

On a scale of 1-10, how much do you hate cardio?
On a scale from 1 to 10 with 10 being the worst rate my hate for cardio at an 8.

High reps or high weight – which do you prefer?
I prefer high reps I’m getting older and the high weight isn’t good for my joints anymore I want to retire and still be able to walk.

Do you lift for aesthetics or for strength?
I lift for both aesthetics and strength i like to look good but still be able to do my job.

Do you prefer plates & weights or ropes & balls?
I prefer plates and weights because in my line of work is so dynamic and physical that I need to be able move heavy loads at moments notice.

What motivates you?
I’m motivated by the fact that I’m 45 years old and I’m able to still train at a high level I do. And I’m also motivated by people who say I motivate them into fitness.