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.
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.
Maximum dedication | Jaco de Bruyn quotes
BE ALL IN or get all out. there is no HALFWAY.
Motivational quote, the photography of Jaco de Bruyn Wbff Pro.
Powerful squat | IFBB Pro Akim Williams
Watch the video where Akim Williams with his powerful legs doing squats.
Looks simple and easy when he does it…
Frank McGrath | Motivation
Frank “Wrath” McGrath (born August 9, 1978 in St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada, height: 180.3 cm Weight: about 109 kg) is a IFBB professional bodybuilder. He is well known for its involvement in the firm Animal supplements, and for his role in the series of training DVDs that are sponsored by the company “Animal”.
Frank McGrath quote: I never dreamed about success. i worked for it
The final list of candidates for MR. Olympia 2014th
After a year of fierce fighting in the IFBB Pro competitions around the world these are the athletes who won the qualification and will perform at Mr. Olympia contest of 2014. The largest and most important bodybuilding competition in the world this year celebrates the 50th anniversary of the maintenance …
After a year of fierce fighting in the IFBB Pro competitions around the world these are the athletes who won the qualification and will perform at Mr. Olympia contest of 2014. The largest and most important bodybuilding competition in the world this year celebrates the 50th anniversary of maintenance.
Like last year, the biggest favorites to win the defending champion Phil Heath and Dennis Wolf, Kai Greene, Dexter Jackson, Branch Warren. There are also competitors who can jump out of the second plan, such as Victor Martinez, Shawn Rhoden, Roelly Winklaar and Dexter Jackson.
It is worth noting that this year will provide direct and free transfer events via live stream.
A list of qualified applicants:
Roy Callender | Wallpaper
This huge beast from Barbados placed as fourth in the Mr. O 1981st year, when many thought he should be the winner. He had recognizable pectoralis, that his fans loved. He worked very extensive training, even over 50 series for breasts.
Dalibor Hajek | IFBB Pro | Motivational poster
Height: 6ft2″(188 cm)
Off-season weight: 313 lbs(142 kg)
Competition weight: 271 lbs(123kg)
2013 15th Place in the New York Pro
2012 1st place at the Arnold Amateur
2010 1st place at the World Championships in Baku
2008 8th place at the World Championships in Bahrain
2006 3rd place at the World Championships in Ostrava
6th place in the Euro Elit Moscow
5th place at Euro Elit Prague
7th place in the Euro Elit Tallinn
8th place in the Euro Elit Portsmouth
2005 1st place in the Championship of Moravia and Silesia
1st place in the championship of the Czech Republic
2004 1st instead of the master. Moravia and Silesia
3th place in the championship of the Czech Republic
8th instead of the European Master
2003 1st in the master of South Moravia
1st in the master of Moravia and Silesia
4th place in the championship of the Czech Republic
Will it be Easy? Nope. Worth it?Absolutely.
Andreas Cahling , Never give up poster
Pro Mr. International
Andreas Cahling was born and raised in Sweden. He began weight training to improve his strength for wrestling and judo when he was just twelve!
Before settling in Southern California in 1976 to focus on his career in competitive bodybuilding, Andreas won the Swedish Junior National Judo & Free Style Wrestling Championships and had studied in Japan for a year to perfect his skills.
During his second year of amateur bodybuilding competition in the United States, Andreas placed second at the IFBB Mr. World contest after having been a finalist in both the AAU Mr. California and theAAU Mr. America earlier that same year.
Andreas won his professional bodybuilding standing in 1980 after taking the overall title at Arnold Schwarzenegger’s IFBB Professional Mr. International contest. During the ten years of international, world class competition that followed; Andreas never once missed being a finalist, including high placings at both the Mr. Universe and IFBB Pro World Championships.
Article source: http://www.andreascahling.com/