2019 Musclemania® Classic Pro Champion Jun Choi admits using the 2 year, pandemic crackdown for long, complete mass training. "It was the perfect excuse to grow and complete my symmetry," Jun says. "I'll be back soon but with something new to show." The Korean athlete has a Bachelors degree in Kinesiology and owns a Seoul PT studio.
At 6'7", 206 lbs., 24 years old, Ognjen Ponjevic says, "I workout 4-5 times a week and focus on only gaining lean muscle mass. Seems like there is no bulk season for me! The more I try, the more I stay lean and I guess that’s because I spend 65-70 hours a week working as a cook! But every time I do go to the gym, I do fall into it. There is nothing else more important then being yourself and do what you truly like to do." "Currently, I’m on between 206-208 lbs. I consume about 210g up to 230g of protein every day and I try eat carbohydrates as much as I can. I get that all wasted [...]
Russian Tolya Alexandrov says training for shape and classic symmetry has always been his training objectives. The 5'10", 182 lbs., 28 year old natural athlete explains, "A bunch of schemes have already been invented by which you can achieve results, but all schemes are distinguished by their effectiveness." ⠀ ⠀ "As a rule, everyone trains according to a linear scheme of training volume, that is, each subsequent workout increases the weight of the projectile or the number of repetitions.⠀However, periodization plays a very important role in the training process. That is why training with a floating volume of load is much more effective." "In my own training, I have a hard workout and a tonic in a week. At the first [...]
Musclemania® Colombia Champion Antony Tabares screams dedication. "I haven't stopped training, lean dieting and conditioning since I won 3 years ago. And, I wasn't going to compete until I had something new for the stage. I'm ready now." The 5'10", 210 lbs., 27 year old, lifetime natural will take the MM Latino and MM America stages in 4 months.
"Why don't we see results?," asks Musclemania® Pro Julian Tanaka. "Why don't we see results?," asks Musclemania® Pro Julian Tanaka. "It's about consistency, discipline, desire and passion! Do not fail in any of these although we have all done it. Apply hard work in all your endeavours to achieve self satisfaction."
Musclemania® GodAtip Anantawan clean, lean and classic physique!. Training for over 20 years, he's a success Thai real estate developer and resort hotel owner and treat bodybuilding as his pressure outlet valve at end of each day. Atips says he'll return to the stage next season.
New Hampshire construction worker Chase Coviello says, "It’s always better to suffer the pain of discipline, than the pain of regret." The 5'10", 185 lbs., 21 year old, lifetime natural played the gridiron in high school and picked up bodybuilding afterwards. Already a 2x natrural competition champion, Chase will soon make his move onto the Musclemania® stage
Musclemania® Pro Muhammad Aidil Aidil proves great natural physiques are made in the kitchen. The 5'5", 168 lbs., lifetime natural says, "Next to the gym, its where I spend most of my time. With a super clean, lean bulk, my conditioning is so precise now that I leave nothing to chance in my diet." Mhmd is training for MM Asia at which this season features Juniors, Open & Pro Divisions for the first time!
French calisthenic athlete Curtis Taylor getting bigger and leaner as he continues his 12 months natural transformation. The 6'1", 220 lbs., 25 year old, Marseille nutrition retailer says, "I took my genetics for granted for too many years and realize if I don't get serious now, I will be wasting my potential. Its time!" Curtis is training for his first Musclemania® Paris in October.
Nigerian engineering student ThankGod Chukwuma* says, "When it comes to eating right and exercising, there is no 'I'll start tomorrow'.” “It never gets easier, you just get better. The gym is not the social club for the fit." The 5'11", 78 kgs., 20 years old is training for Musclemania® Nigeria, his first competing.,