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50 Cent makes the cover of Muscle & Fitness for a second time

in Boxing/Celebrity/Fitness/Music

He poses wearing a pair of golden boxing gloves signed by Muhammad Ali.

The editor of Muscle & Fitness magazine has awarded 50 Cent the title of ‘best body on TV’. Despite this, the rap icon doesn’t feel he gets enough credit for having the highest rated show on Starz.

Power is the highest-rated original series, and it’s still invisible It hasn’t even been nominated for an Emmy. It’s the way my career has gone. I had the largest-selling debut album and I got no Best New Artist trophy either.

50 Cent’s trainer, Jay Cardiello, focuses on sleep, nutrition, hydration, and setting up strategies to decrease stress or handle stress.

When I first got with 50, he was sleeping two to three hours a night. I was like, ‘Dude, you can’t recover. That’s why you’re not hitting goals.’ Now he sleeps six to eight.

Jay’s focus is on nutrition rather than ‘dieting’. He recommends non-inflammatory foods, such as tart cherry juice, natural melatonin, broccoli, and spinach.

Jay is an advocate of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP), which involves anchoring in and focusing on the future self.

With 50, his goal when shooting for M&F is focussing on how he’s going to feel the following morning when he gets up. So we’re connected with a current self and the future self. It’s not about training harder; it’s about training your psyche.