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Dexter Jackson | Mr. Olympia 2016

Dexter-Jackson motivation


Dexter Jackson | Mr. Olympia 2016

We continue our series of articles about Mr. Olympia 2016. Bodybuilder which we will comment on and see what his chances in this competition, it is no less than Dexter Jackson.

Dexter Jackson has won the same number of wins on the pro competitions as Ronnie Coleman, who was 8x Mr. Olympia. If Dexter Jackson wins one more competition, maybe if he win the Mr. Olympia. He will be most successful bodybuilder in history so far.

Dexter Jackson has 47 years, which is incredible that a man in that age is so good-looking and still wins in competitions.

This year he won the Arnold Classic in Africa and won the New York Pro.
Dexter Jackson was the 2008 Mr. Olympia and won the 5 Arnold Classics.
While there was competition Master Olympia and there’s even won.
In fact there is no Pro competition in his career in which he did not first no competition in which he was not in the top 5 or top six at worst.
This is one excellent bodybuilder, last year was very tense between him and Phil Heath. Many say that the trophy should have gone into his hand but we will see this year.

We firmly believe that he could easily be in the top three, because he definitely now got into his mature years for bodybuilding and what he achieved is amazing.

If Phil Heath appears in form as last year, we believe that Dexter Jackson could win the Mr. Olympia 2016.

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GUSTAVO BADELL | Bodybuilding Motivation | VIDEO


GUSTAVO BADELL | Bodybuilding Motivation | VIDEO

Debut season as IFBB Pro: 1998 German Grand Prix, the ninth place
The best placement of the Mr. Olympia: 2004-05, 3rd place

During the first 6 years of professional career, he competed 17 times. 9 times ended with no result or was below the 15 cities, only three times in the top 10. He was very massive and solid proportions, but he is constantly out in bad shape. Once he was in shape, and in 2002, took the 3rd place. That gave him entry into the Mr. Olympia that year, where he finished 24th out of 25 competitors. Painfully?

The following year he went only in one competition, where he also lost his placement. There would most of them threw the towel and give up, but he was finally in good shape and in the spring of 2004 finished seventh at the Arnold Classic. After that is done the biggest (positive) shock in his career, when in 2004 entered the top 3 at the Mr. Olympia, but also repeated a year later. Three times he finished in the top 10 in the competition, and in those years he won three titles in other competitions.

His incredible leap of 21 places compared to two consecutive Mr. O competition (24th place at once, 3rd place to the next) record that will probably never be broken.

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Charles Clairmonte | Bodybuilding Motivation | VIDEO

Charles Clairmonte Bodybuilding Motivation

Charles Clairmonte | Bodybuilding Motivation | VIDEO

Debut season as IFBB Pro: 1992
The best placement of the Mr. Olympia in 1993, 7th place.

Charles Clairmont had a terrible debut season in the IFBB Pro. He was the last (of 17 competitors) in the English Grand Prix competition, but not to prevent him to make one of the biggest turning point in the history of bodybuilding career.

1993 qualified for Mr. Olympia, where he finished in 7th place, and then followed his dominance on the European Tournier immediately after Mr. O. There’s won almost everything that was looking at the back of the aforementioned competition, including Levronea and wheeler. He has won four of five contests occurring, including English GP – where a year ago finished last.

This Englishman, high 183 cm and weighs 111 kg, had one of the most harmonious body in his era. He competed in two more years but never again win a competition.

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European Arnold Classic | 2015


European Arnold Classic | 2015

European Arnold Classic is always a top spot every year, still a few weeks after Mr. Olympians gather the cream of bodybuilding in the old continent, exactly in Spain. Major changes have not occurred in this competition – eg. Take down from the throne of the current Olympic champions – and unfortunately it looks like, that it will not be any this year.

Start list European Arnold Classic became final, which revealed interesting facts about the autumn season!

It is not excluded, of course, but the current start list (which is composed according to the received responses to sent invitations) no defending champion and the obvious favorite Phil’s Heath, and there will be no Kai’s Greene.

Phil has made such a statement, that his professional career is planned for an additional five years could easily mean the participation of only five events – with what is clearly alluded to Olympia.

It will be more interesting, a real treat, however can be Zack Khan. Excellent Britain, years ago, won his professional status, but because of the fractured ligaments in both knees, withdrew from the competition in several years, as far as the IFBB contests.

His return was not as successful as they had hoped. Poor condition, on his thighs were visible signs of injuries. Because for a long time disappeared from the circle of active contestants, so it seemed, to Zack retired, but his name on the start list proves that there is no question about it. Resting was hopefully beneficial to him, and will now finally show what he’s capable of, because if it is indeed able to cover up traces of injuries, and corrected his weaknesses, finally can seriously lay his card among other professionals.

Competitors list:

William Bonaca

Brandon Curry

Mamdouh “Big Ramy” Elssbiay

Alex Fedorov

Dexter Jackson

Aziz dishes

Steve Kuclo

Alex Lesukov

Juan Morel

Shawn Rhoden

Fred Smalls

Roelly Winklaar

Dennis Wolf

Zack Khan

Michael Kefalianos


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ROBBY ROBINSON | Black Prince | Poster


ROBBY ROBINSON | Black Prince | Poster

Robby Robinson “Black Prince” is still practicing, although he is 64 years old! Respect! R. Robinson, in his long career he won titles: IFBB Mr. America, Mr. World and Mr. Universe. He also won the overall title at the Masters Olympia in 1994, when for the first time held that category …

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Uncrowned kings of bodybuilding


Uncrowned kings of bodybuilding

We all know the great thirteen that prides itself with Sandow statuette as the supreme award of professional bodybuilding. But attention should be paid to those that have never reached the glory, but they should have …

1st Kevin Levrone


The Maryland Muscle Machine’s icon of his time. Described as a “cool guy” premium proportions was the best in its variation side chest pose. Shoulders as mountains and hands which are not many could boast made him challenge for absolutely everyone. He has won numerous professional competitions, there were rumors about a possible Olympia title. He knows what it’s like to have a silver or gold medal is still somehow a step ahead. Kevin everyone knows and very specific method of preparation, and the fact that a good part of the year did spend almost all of the resting and then a few months before the competition, “put in the maximum speed”. For many today, Kevin one of those who were able to carry Olympia title and it’s hard not to see why not.

2nd Flex Wheeler


Kenneth Wheeler was perhaps the greatest potential. It is said that in some competitions had not had any real preparation, and always tearing up the stage. Nicknamed the Sultan of symmetry. All on his figure was as crossed out from the opposite side. It looked like a nice transition between the old and the new age, and although he was not on the level with a huge, never looked small. The biggest clash had 98. It was a historic night in which they remained standing only Flex and Coleman, as at the end of all, we all know it.

3rd Shawn Ray


Sugar Shawn Although small, it was dynamite in every sense. He won the competition and the fans, dealt with self-promotion. Shawn was everywhere, except at the top of Mister Olympia. Several times well shook the throne of Dorian Yates, and out of shape never appeared. Master posturing and theatrics – videos of his routines are now the most watched on YouTube when it comes to presentation on stage. Shawn Ray has left an indelible mark on bodybuilding, and that Sandow that time went to him, sport might have been different!

Of course, there are bodybuilders who were able to knock down the occasional king of bodybuilding, but when it comes to the recognition and effective career, these three are far above the rest of the pack. Flex, Levrone and Ray have set standards that are only Mister Olympia could overcome!

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Boyer Coe | Bodybuilding Legends


Boyer Coe | Bodybuilding Legends

There is no one in the world like Boyer Coe. He’s a Louisiana boy who worked his way up through small titles in the 1960s to big ones in the 1970s and 1980s, up to the World Cup, and then into masters competitions. He had a unique body, and he really knew how to pose.


Nickname: “The Ragin’ Cayun”
Born: 18. 8. 1946.
Weight: 98 kg


Boyer had a very long career, winning an unprecedented, seven titles only in 1981. Biceps was his most visible muscle groups.


AU 1965 Mr. Texas
1966 Teen Mr. America
1968 AAU Jr. Mr. America
1969 NABBA Mr. Universe
1970 NABBA Pro Mr. Universe
1971 IFBB Mr. International
1972 Pro Mr. WBBG World
1973 NABBA Pro Mr. Universe
1974 Pro Mr. WBBG World
1975 Pro Mr. WBBG World
1981 IFBB Canada Pro Cup
1981 Belgium Grand Prix
1982 Mr. Olympia 11th
1984 Mr. Olympia 13th
1994 Masters Olympia 3rd place
1995 Masters Olympia 10th

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Aaron Baker Biography | IFBB Bodybuilder Profile Info | The Batman


Aaron Baker Biography

Aaron Baker was born on November 11, 1960 in California, USA.

His Bodybuilding career began in the ’80s. As a relatively young man flashed at competitions: 1981 Junior Mr USA – AAU, Light-HeavyWeight, where he placed fifth positions.

Was married to Annika, divorced in 1999. Aaron likes to draw cartoons (he was a cartoonist). Aaron was initially with the WBF, who had the character nickname ‘Dark Angel’. He could not use the nickname ‘Batman‘ because of legal ramifications.
The WBF failed. Aaron come into the IFBB with what he considers a black eye, from a rival league which was the WBF. He left that because of that, the judges during his bodybuilding career have penalized him, thus scoring him lower than he deserved.

After the 1998 Mr. Olympia, Aaron retired from bodybuilding.
In subsequent years, has appeared in many national and international competitions. He gained the Top Ten placement in the Mr. Olympia 1995 (9th place). Aaron stopped practicing professional bodybuilding in 1998 to once again return in 2003 during the competition Ironman Pro Invitational where he took eighth place.

Aaron Baker Competitions History:

NPC 1987 USA Championships ,5th Position
IFBB 1987 North American Championships,2nd Position
IFBB 1989 North American Championships, 3rd Position
NPC 1989 Championships, 4th Position
NPC 1990 Championships,1st Position
NPC 1990 Championships,1st Position
IFBB 1993 Pittsburgh Pro ,9th Position
IFBB 1993 Night of the Champions, 12th Position
IFBB 1994 San Jose Pro,6th Position
IFBB 1994 Iron Man Pro, 3rd Position
IFBB 1994 Arnold Classic and Internationals,6th Position
IFBB 1994 Olympia ,12th Position
IFBB 1995 Florida Pro,2nd Position
IFBB 1995 Iron Man Pro,2nd Position
IFBB 1995 Arnold Classic and Internationals,6th Position
IFBB 1995 Olympia ,9th Position
IFBB 1996 Olympia ,11th Position
IFBB 1996 Grand Prix Spain,9th Position
IFBB 1996 Grand Prix Germany,10th Position
IFBB 1996 Grand Prix England,11th Position
IFBB 1996 British Grand Prix, 11th Position
IFBB 1996 Grand Prix Czech,7th Position
IFBB 1996 Grand Prix Switzerland, 6th Position
IFBB 1996 Grand Prix Russia,6th Position
IFBB 1997 Iron Man Pro ,4th Position
IFBB 1997 Arnold Classic and Internationals,9th Position
IFBB 1998 Iron Man Pro,3rd Position
IFBB 1998 Arnold Classic and internationals, 7th Position
IFBB 1998 Mr.Olympia ,14th Position
IFBB 2003 Iron Man Pro, 8th Position

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