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Fit Fix: Crazy Slo-Mo Gunshot Video, RGIII the GOAT, and the Best McConaughey Impression You'll See All Day

Today in controlled explosions caught on video, and all the other guy stuff you need to know.

Morning, guys. Here's a roundup of everything you need to know in dude news for Tuesday, August 18:

Slo-Mo Explosion: The guys at Mythbusters filmed a gunshot at 73,000 frames per second with a $100,000 camera, and it is freaking amazing. [Mythbusters]

"Sweat It to Get It!": J.J. Watt and the Brothers Manning star in Gatorade's new ad campaign, in which the NFL stars remind hapless students that Gatorade demands sweat before you can drink it. [Men's Fitness]

Is RGIII the GOAT?: Washington's Robert Griffin III still feels like he the best QB in the league, he said in a TV interview. “Any athlete at any level, if they concede to someone else, they’re not a top competitor, they’re not trying to be the best that they can be," Griffin said. [ABC 7 Washington]

All Right, All Right, All Right: Justin Tucker, the kicker for the Baltimore Ravens, absolutely nailed his impression of Matthew McConaughey for a Baltimore-area used car dealer. [ESPN]

Smarter, Faster, Stronger: Guys who are smarter in early adulthood (as measured by intelligence tests) are typically in better shape when they're middle-aged, according to a new study from Denmark. [U. of Copenhagen]

The Uber for Food: Uber is rolling out a food delivery service, called Uber Eats, because we humans demand access to food all the time, anywhere. Friendly reminder: Chow down on these 20 foods for fit dudes. [TechCrunch]

Who You Gonna Call?: Chris Hemsworth's character was set to play a lowly secretary in Paul Feig's upcoming Ghostbusters reboot—the four leads are played by women—but a new photo from set suggests Thor will see some action too. [Vanity Fair]

The Iron Giant: Today in creepy-but-intriguing tech news, Boston Dynamics took its humanoid robot Atlas for a stroll in a Massachussetts park. It ain't the Terminator, but the video is still a little...unnerving. [NBC News]

G.I. Janes: Two female Army lieutenants joined 94 male soldiers as graduates of the U.S. Army Ranger School, one of the military's notoriously toughest leadership and tactical training programs. [U.S. Army Fort Benning]


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