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Bradley Martyn (born: May 22, 1989 (1989-05-22) [age 35])[citation needed] is an American[citation needed] YouTuber who uploads a wide variety of fitness-related videos on his YouTube channel.[citation needed] He is also the owner of the store Rawgear.[3] He is currently residing in Los Angeles, California, United States.[2] He uploads three new videos a week on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, at 10:00 AM PST.[1]

Content[]

His content is all about fitness. He has made some lean bulk power bodybuilding videos, beginner fitness routine videos, and more. He also made a series called "Get Shredded", which is intended to help the viewer become more muscular. He also made some motivational videos, as well as iPhone-recorded videos of him training for fun.

History[]

Before YouTube, Bradley Martyn began his fitness journey at 15 years old and took a decade to train his body to become muscular.[4] He then launched his YouTube channel on August 20, 2014.[1] He uploaded his first video, titled "Bradley Martyn - COMING SOON - SUBSCRIBE now", on September 1, 2014, as a trailer for his channel back in the day.

He uploaded a video titled "Bradley Martyn - Here we GO!" a week later on September 8, 2014, as the first video about his fitness journey and tutorials, and from then, he continued to upload fitness-related videos to his channel. He managed to accumulate 3 million subscribers in the span of more than 8 years.[citation needed]

Controversy[]

Beef with Logan Paul[]

On the July 25 episode of the imPaulsive podcast, Martyn was called out by Logan Paul for wanting Nate Diaz to turn Jake Paul into a “meme”. Martyn was called “weird” and “lame” by Paul and accused him of “searching for clicks.”[5] After Logan blasted Bradley during the July 25 episode of imPaulsive, Martyn took to Twitter to hit back at Paul and he even laid out his own challenge for a fight.[6]

Other channels[]

Subscriber milestones[]

Note: The following dates are according to NoxInfluencer. Dates may vary by one or two days due to differences in time zones.

  • 900,000 subscribers: January 7, 2017[7]
  • 1 million subscribers: January 22, 2017[7]
  • 2 million subscribers: September 10, 2018[7]
  • 3 million subscribers: January 10, 2022[7]

References[]

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