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The Doctors welcome Dr. Jordan Feigenbaum, a physician who also happens to be a powerlifter who has deadlifted 725 pounds, to decide if some of the latest fitness crazes are “Hot or Not.”
Makeup designed to be worn at the gym: “If you look good and feel good, you’re going to have a good session at the gym,” he says, but for himself dubs this trend a “Not.”
A gym class where you sleep: “For fitness, probably a no,” Dr. Feigenbaum says of the class that involves 45 minutes of napping while at the gym. He deems this one a “Not.”
Hairy chest print swimsuits for women: Dr. Feigenbaum says his chest would match with someone wearing that unique swimsuit and dubs it “Hot.”
As for Dr. Feigenbaum’s biggest fitness tip, he tells The Doctors, “Do more strength training… I think everybody should be doing some form of strength training in their routine."