Sneak Peek: 2013 ESPN The Body Issue

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New year. New bodies. Same hotness!

ESPN The Magazine has released some swoon worthy pics from its latest The Body issue.  For the past week or so, we’ve known that 77-year-old golfer Gary Player stripped down to his birthday suit and would be featured in this issue.  While I’ll admit, he’s impressively fit for his age, I am not here for him.  At all.  Instead, I’m checking for the chiseled bodies of the Giancarlo Stantons and Colin Kaepernicks of the world.  And as far as the ladies go, I also appreciate what they bring to the issue . Especially the 5’1 snowboarder Elena Hight. On paper, our stats are similar but her petite, yet tone body is way more on point than mine.

Here’s a taste of some of the images that will be available for you to drool over when the issue hits newstands on Friday, July 12.  Click the thumbnail to view the slideshow.

Yep. I have all the motivation I need to recommit myself to my paleo/running/strength training routine. #imfocusedman

For additional exclusive pics of these athletes and more, go to ESPN’s Bodies We Want photo gallery.


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