Seth Feroce, nicknamed “Ferocious Feroce”, is an American professional bodybuilder, YouTuber, podcaster and entrepreneur, who rose to fame for winning his IFBB (International Federation of Bodybuilders) Pro League debut and gained notoriety for his unrestrained. podcasts.
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Early life and family
Seth Feroce was born on November 21, 1984 in Pennsylvania, United States. He was bullied and taunted with names such as “Chubbs” for being overweight when he was younger, which motivated him to start lifting weights. His dad, Gregory Feroce, was very supportive and bought him his first gym membership card and a set of plastic-covered sand-filled weights to help him shed those extra pounds and build muscle.
Seth also started playing wrestling and football as a teenager, until his father took him to a local bodybuilding show that changed the course of his life. The moment they set foot in the gym and Seth was welcomed with open arms, his dad knew he had lost his son to bodybuilding as it had become his dream and his passion. . he was 15 at the time.
No information is available about his mother, but he has a brother named Jacob.
He attended Indiana University in Pennsylvania to major in molecular biology and biochemistry for a career in the medical field; however, he changed majors after a year and a half and earned a bachelor’s degree in security science from the same university.
Throughout his college years, he continued his training as a bodybuilder. He conducted the necessary bodybuilding research and pushed his body to its limits by trying various workout regimens, supplements, and nutritional plans to determine what would work best for him. He documented what he considered to be experiences on his body, including his weight goals, gains, and lifting history.
He worked as a security consultant right out of college, but realized that wasn’t what he dreamed of doing. Although he lived the life of a bodybuilder, he never competed until his wife encouraged him to do so. Once he started competing, there was no stopping him as he won the Northern Kentucky Championships,
Heavyweight Class, organized by the NPC (National Physique Committee), the largest amateur bodybuilding organization in the United States, and held on March 14, 2009. He also won first place at the NPC Pittsburg Bodybuilding Fitness and Figure Championships.
While he was preparing for the national bodybuilding championships, most of the guys in his gym were warning him not to expect to win the national championships on his first try, because there were athletes who competed a dozen times or more. but never won in their class. , and that for some, it even took two to three times to be on the show before they could get their hands on a Pro card.
With all the discouragement he received, it was a good thing that Monte Webb, a former Mr. Pittsburg and owner of Webb’s World of Fitness, believed in him and said he competed in the early days. 1980s and he had been around long enough to know what a champion looked like, and Seth had it.
Seth’s mindset was that he was capable of winning and he trained hard to do so; everything he did – every workout, every diet meal, and every cardio session was meant to help him not only do well in competition and get into the top five, but also earn first place. In November 2009, his parents, wife, brother and lifting partner Rege accompanied him to Hollywood, Florida to cheer him on for the competition. His brother never left him and took care of everything for him, so he could just focus on winning.
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That day all his hard work paid off and he got his pro card and won the national bodybuilding championships for the light-heavyweight category.
During training and competition, Seth met Hany Rambod nicknamed “The Pro Creator”, who was known for his FST-7 training system which helped bodybuilders achieve that “championship winning physique”, and trained with him for over two years. years. Seth has managed to secure sponsorship from the dietary supplement brand MuscleTech and the bodybuilding and fitness magazine Muscular Development. He’s also worked with Isolator Fitness, a company that makes meal prep containers for the health-conscious.
At the age of 25, Seth entered the 2010 Europa Super Show Bodybuilding Championships in Dallas, Texas and won the 202 division. It was quite an achievement as it was his IFBB Pro League debut, and he won against veteran IFBB Pros including Jaroslav Horvath and Richard Jackson. This qualified him to compete in Joe Weider’s Olympia Weekend for the 202 showdown.
He then competed in the 2012 IFBB Valenti Gold Cup Pro and placed 7e, and at the 2012 IFBB Toronto Pro Supershow placing 6e. It was not a good year with the losses, the troubles at home and his health problems. His competitive nature pushed him to extremes as he prepared his body for the open class, but his body couldn’t handle it as he developed tension headaches, nosebleeds, high blood pressure, stomach pain, lethargy and his organs were also badly affected. .
This led him to stop competing in 2012 and rest, in order to regain his health. Seth said that even if you love what you’re doing, you have to know when to stop. He said he had learned a lot during this time and would not repeat the mistakes he had made.
For three and a half years beginning in 2012, he did landscaping and security consulting work to make ends meet. In 2015, with what was left of his savings which amounted to around $2,200, he invested in creating his own clothing brand, All American Roughneck (AAR). He had this notebook in which he drew the designs of his shirts and hats; he approached Bobby Dautrich to help him with this and said he didn’t have to pay him anything but if this business worked out Bobby would get half of everything.
AAR has had success and they have become business partners, not only with this one, but also with Ax and Sledge Supplements. Other companies owned by Seth include another supplement brand, a gym center and a nutrition store.
He has a podcast called “Hard Working Mother F*ckers” (HWMF), in which he and Bobby Dautrich talk about bodybuilding, health, and various other topics. He has around 40 episodes available on the
Apple Podcasts app, as well as on YouTube – he launched his YouTube channel in December 2015, and has over half a million subscribers and totaled over 40 million views. Seth also has Feroce Iron Academy, a members-only website that caters to bodybuilders.
He returned to the bodybuilding scene in 2016, but announced in 2017 that he was parting ways with the IFBB.
Many people asked him why he wasn’t competing, and he said he couldn’t give it his all, knowing that once he did, his family and other businesses would suffer. Feroce also said that a bodybuilder should have other sources of income because there will come a time when he doesn’t have sponsors or he’s too old to compete. He said if you were a sponsored athlete you would be at the mercy of the company, and he didn’t want that. It happened to him in 2012 when he had two $50,000 contracts, and one disappeared because he hadn’t done well at a show at that time.
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Seth met Elise in college and had a child named Adalynne with her during this time; they later married and had another daughter named Emmi. They had been through some tough times together, but in the end it didn’t work out. According to Seth, Elise was in trouble and needed to get help, and said he spent a lot of money trying to help her. They divorced in 2016 and Seth has full custody of her children.
In February 2018, he announced he was dating a gymnastics coach named Hannah Nicole whom he first met in 2017. He proposed to her in December 2018 and currently lives in western Pennsylvania with his 12 years old and five years old. children and his 24-year-old fiancée who is pregnant. They threw a gender reveal party at the gymnasium and, surrounded by Hannah’s students and Seth’s children, they announced that they were having a baby boy in June.
Interesting facts and rumors
- Seth’s favorite workout music mostly includes songs by metallica, “Cowboys from Hell” by Pantera and “Lose Yourself” by Eminem.
- On his YouTube videos or podcast, he talked about taking steroids in his twenties as a personal decision and how he dealt with the aftermath of its adverse effects on his body. He said he didn’t regret anything that happened in his life because it got him to where he is now and he loved it, but he realized how important it was to get better. take care of his health.
- In April 2020, he fell off his mountain bike and tore his triceps as a result. He underwent surgery and is expected to make a full recovery.
Seth is 1.7m (5ft 6in) tall, weighs 96kg (212lbs) and is muscular.
He has five companies and sponsors as well as a podcast, Instagram and a YouTube channel that he is able to monetize. According to sources, his net worth is estimated to be over $1 million as of June 2020.