Bring Me The Horizon Take Personal Trainer On The Road With Them (Top Story)
He tells Music Radar: "If I don't work out in the day and play a show I can feel groggy. If I work out it makes me feel good, my body feels ready. If I'm sat around all day doing nothing and I've eaten crap, I feel sluggish. Working out makes you feel energetic and positive, and you take that on stage with you."
The trainer is a friend of frontman Oli Sykes and he puts the band through their paces on a daily basis. Nicholls adds: "It's just general working out. When we first started touring we were kids and we were just like, 'Give me loads of beer, give me loads of food.'
"It's easy to get caught up in that, when you're on tour anyway it can be hard to eat good. I put on weight and started looking like sh*t to be honest with you." Read more - here.
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