Aziz Shavershian was a teenager from north-western Sydney, who picked up weight training in order to change his skinny ectomorphic build. After adopting the alias Zyzz, he went on to post regularly in the forum. His rapid progess was quickly noticed and, along with his popular YouTube videos and trolling antics, Zyzz was soon the face of the internet bodybuilding generation. He and his group of friends, who also used nicknames, used social media sites Facebook , YouTube and Formspring to spread their unique message – that weight-training lead to a happier more fulfilling life, thanks to the confidence that came with it. However this bodybuilding revolution came short and tragic end. In 2011, while holidaying in Thailand, Zyzz died of an undiagnosed heart condition. The news resulted in not only an outpouring of grief all over the internet from his friends and fans, but also a new desire to ensure that his legacy and message would live on.