Bodybuilding.com, the world leaders in sports nutrition, have signed Kris Gethin as their new Editor In Chief of their groundbreaking supersite. Kris, a former writer and photographer for the world's most respected bodybuilding publications, has been involved in journalism for the past eight years.
Starting out as a bodybuilder in Wales, he continues his passion to this day in the competitive field and in publication where hundreds of his articles continue to be published worldwide.
"We are really happy and fortunate to be able to add a young editor as well thought of as Kris is in our sport to our staff. He is being tasked with improving the depth and breadth of our editorial content so that more people can use Bodybuilding.com to reach their health, fitness and appearance goals, and we feel very confident he has the abilities and drive to accomplish that task," said Russ DeLuca.
"We are very excited to have Kris on our team! Kris has a great reputation and extensive experience in the bodybuilding and fitness industry. There is no doubt that his considerable talent will help us take the Bodybuilding.com web site to the next level," said Bodybuilding.com CEO, Ryan Deluca.
One Of Bodybuilding's Biggest Fans:
Kris's close relationship with the sport's best led him to momentarily launch his own bodybuilding publication before being offered the position to oversee the cutting edge content of Bodybuilding.com that is published daily, enabling health and fitness enthusiasts to be educated and inspired like never before.
"I consider myself as one of bodybuilding's biggest fans, so I feel that here I have finally found my long lost family. Everyone at Bodybuilding.com shares the same passion for health and fitness as I do, and I hope I can add to that by working with a team that provides the readers and fans with informative editorial along with the best images and video content on the web today," said Kris.
Bodybuilding.com On Top 500 Guide:
Bodybuilding.com was ranked number five in the Health/Beauty category of the recently released Top 500 Guide (2006 edition) by Internet Retailer. They were also the number one sports nutrition site listed in the category. Overall, Bodybuilding.com ranked number 163 of the top 500 Internet retailers ranking higher than well known retailers PETCO (170), Safeway Inc. (172), Nike Inc. (187) and The Vitamin Shoppe (381).