The boys are shirtless, sexy in the gym, on the studio floor. These are the basketball players of the big city schools. Some are famous. Some notorious, well, for different reasons. Although they are not conventionally handsome, they are sexy as fuck. Must be the strong arms and hard legs. Or the abs. Whatever. Take your fantasy pick.
First, the Ateneo Blue Eagles boys (from left): Kiefer Ravena, Gwyne Capacio, Tonino Gonzaga, Von Pessumal, Nico Elorde. Seated in the middle is Chris Newsome.
The UP players are also hotties! Wait till you hear JR Gallarza‘s smooth voice and accent (leftmost). Or maybe see Mikee Reyes‘s sick abs (middle). How about Dave Moralde‘s court moves?
Meanwhile at the University Belt, the Far Eastern University Tamaraws line up smorgasbord style. I don’t know their names, though. Fire away!
Everyone, well almost everyone, is on the FIFA World Cup, where football (or soccer) takes center stage. While they have the hot guys playing footsies, er, football under the watchful eyes of the girls, we also
had have the sexy boys here who played on our local fields as the Philippine Azkals.
Like Carlie de Murga, Filipino-Spanish footballer who is one-half of the sexy tandem [the other half is his equally hot brother, Antonio of recent Century Tuna Superbods fame]. When Carlie’s not busy with his ball duties, he’s shirtless commercially endorsing hard liquor.
Who can forget Neil Etheridge? The goalkeeper with the huge hands and large feet and … you get what I mean. Remember his Folded and Hung underwear stint as a model? Those were the days. Of course, he’s still a hottie these days [see pic above].
This is Ahmer Anthony, who once
played trained with the Azkals as a midfielder/striker. He’s now doing the rounds of the bikini open sub-culture in the metro.
Seriously JC?! It’s like you’re photoshopped!
Do you like guys with serious abs like JC Tiuseco
? Like the ones you see in fitness magazines, to the point of being cartoonish. Or, maybe you like the ordinary stomach with a bit of definition, just flat enough for the taking. What do you think?
Models: Douglas Robinson [topmost] and Carlos Concepcion
In a recent study by the North American Association for the Study of Obesity, it was declared that waist circumference is more conclusive than either weight or body-mass index [BMI] as a measure of disease risk. Miami cardiologist Arthur Agatston, MD, author of the South Beach Diet supports this research by saying that: “Abdominal fat is different and more dangerous than fat elsewhere. Unlike fat directly under the skin, belly fat, which adheres to organs, is associated with increases in C-reactive protein [CRP] and other markers of inflammation that can lead to heart disease.” So guys, other than working your abs to flaunt in the beach this summer, there is a more scientific and healthful reason for doing it. Say, your life depends on it.