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Musclemania® Classic Champion Julian Tanaka says, "Keep things real and put miracles aside. Saying that you want to lose weight is a good start. Now you also have to be realistic about it. Instead of imagining losing 12 pounds, you should set up a goal which is attainable to you. It's better to lose a few pounds less than what you have planned and be happy with it then to be depressed because you couldn't meet the loftier goal. Then, set another goal and repeat the process. This way your level of motivation will increase when you realize that you're getting closer and closer to the weight you want."
'15 Musclemania® Arabia Champion Hisham Khaled dominated the show and proud to say all natural. "I have been natural forever and will never use any steroids! I love the gym, training and making my body, but I'm not going to use drugs. Its too much fun without it!" The 5'8", 185 lbs., 22 year old says he hopes to compete at MM Universe in Miami Beach in June.
'14 Musclemania® UK Champion Ashley Ashers has grown 5 kgs. / 11 lbs. every season since his first show. Now the 5'7", 180 lbs., London trainer is preparing for MM Europe shows and says he'll be even bigger. "I have kept a clean diet for 3 years and grown slowly but with quality. My focus has been achieving a symmetrical physique."
Musclemania® Pro Simeon Panda morning condition check ☑️. He says, "Same condition 365 days a year. If you truly want to know how, I implore you to understand my thought process towards diet, why I don't bulk and cut, why I believe in healthy eating, why I'm so passionate about fitness, how I started, why I continue and why I want to motivate others."
Model America™ Champion Mark Robinson says, "I know my strength is getting shredded rather than getting huge. And. I never judge myself against others but rather appreciate myself for who I am! I look past my weaknesses and focus on my strengths. I aim to always reflect positivity and refrain from negativity. My goal is to bring motivation to you all to chase after your own dreams as I continue to climb mountains myself."
Musclemania® India Junior Champion Sunny Sharma says, "This season is all about filling up the weak points and present a more complete physique on stage for the next competition. Making the physique flawless from every angle is my ultimate goal while getting big at the same time!"
Dominican bodybuilder Fabian Rabia says he's gaining lean muscle. "I'm eating clean every meal and not cheating. My metabolism is fast, so I don't need any cardio, plus I train fast, rapid reps and sets." The 6'1", 225 lbs., lifetime natural, 21 year old is training for Musclemania® Caribbean, Latino and Universe next season.
Musclemania India Model Champion Subir Chakravorty says, "I have been training for MM for many years and winning had made a dream come true. Now I want to explore and expand my possibilities including competing at Model Asia, Universe and America shows in the new season. I have kept myself natural despite all of the influence around me to use drugs. I am committed to staying clean and developing my physique naturally and setting an example for the new kids coming up. I want to be a leader."
Musclemania Paris Classic Ayoub Taoumi says he's bigger, leaner and with better symmetry that the October show. "I did not come off my diet for the past couple months and just increased my lean meals. I want to stay sharp all year for photos shoots and just feel good." Then 5'6", 172 lbs., 21 year old has modeled for many French fashion companies.
Musclemania Pro Michael Lee was in the US Army 15 years ago. He explains, "I weighed about 185 lbs. and my fitness was primarily push-ups, sit-ups and running 15-30 miles per week. Right before I was honorably discharged, I underwent knee surgery. My confidence in my fitness was gone and I literally walked away from fitness. Walking away from fitness was the worst decision of my life. I gained 50 lbs and became pre-diabetic. If my Dad had not died of diabetes, I certainly would have developed that disease too. After he died, I was very depressed, not only about his death, but about my own health. Deciding enough was enough, in 2010, I started transforming my body. I initially