England legend Will Greenwood shows off incredible physique at age 50 - Ruck

England legend Will Greenwood shows off incredible physique at age 50

England rugby legend Will Greenwood continues to defy age, showcasing peak fitness even as he enters his 50s.

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The former centre has unveiled his secret to vitality: an addiction to exercise. Stay tuned as we delve into Greenwood’s fitness regimen and his journey towards maintaining top form.

He wrote: “As I hit 50, last week by the way, perhaps this should be my last topless post before my kids disown me! 

“No one wants to see everything going south. The major problem to that is I really can’t pack in the exercise. I am addicted to it. 

“It is the very thing that has kept me going physically and mentally for the last 30 years.

“Every year I hold myself to account to see if I can stay fit and healthy and thus able to join in stuff like rugby training tonight or trekking across Costa Rica or rowing with my mates…

“I think the gym or in reality physical exercise of any sort is the only way I manage to quieten my brain – we all need that now and again! And it makes me feel really really good when the sessions are finished!

“Thank you so much to some epic people who send me some lovely products, equipment and gear to support the journey..”

Owen Farrell reveals the rugby players he doesn’t like:

England fly-half Owen Farrell is never afraid of sharing an opinion or two – especially when it’s about someone he doesn’t particularly like.

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#1. Ryan Wilson

The Scotland back-rower was the instigator in some tunnel argy-bargy when the players returned to the changing rooms after the warm-up back in 2018 with Farrell at the centre.

Footage of the incident shows all hell breaking loose when Farrell barged his way past a number of Scotland players to confront Wilson, who had been attempting to get inside the head of George Ford.

Remembering the incident, Marler said: “It’s become an incredibly hostile rivalry (England and Scotland) and I love it. The niggle goes back to the night in 2018 when Ryan Wilson picked on George Ford in the tunnel.

“Unfortunately, I was plodding back with a belly full of cheese toastie so I was nowhere near to intervene when Wilson started dishing it out in his thick Scottish-Surrey accent.”

Wilson later revealed he was banned from Twickenham following the incident.

“I remember that game, I was actually injured and after tunnel-gate, after everything that happened in the tunnel against England, I’d lined up a corporate gig at Twickenham,” he recalled to Rugby Pass in November.

“Had it all lined up, a little bit of cash, all excited, only to get a message back saying the RFU have banned you from Twickenham Stadium after everything that happened the year before.”