Balancing Growth

Musclemania® Classic Elino Dentilus is 10 weeks out from MM Universe where he will make his MM Pro debut. The 5'11", 215 lbs., 29 year old, lifetime natural says, "I've been balancing growth with conditioning to achieve a bigger and leaner version then when I competed in November. Its a challenge, but something new will be on stage in Miami."

April 9th, 2021|Categories: Uncategorized|

Musclemania® 1M Followers!

We would like to recognize and thank the great natural fitness athletes, bodybuilders and models worldwide who have supported the Musclemania® journey. For 33 years, Musclemania® has broadcast on ESPN, ESPN International, TSN Canada, Eurosports, Star Sports Asia and India, Sky Sports UK and many other networks worldwide and live stream and on-demand into homes, offices, anywhere and everywhere. We are so proud of our production teams over the decades and especially appreciate the support of the great natural athletes. Thanks for believing in our mission making every one of you feel and look as the superstars you are and become positive role models for the youth of today and tomorrow!

April 8th, 2021|Categories: Uncategorized|

Offseason Pump!

Musclemania® Classic Ozan Kılıç says, "Hardwork is the universal great equalizer! Hard work can make an average Joe into a king. I'm loving the offseason pump!"

April 8th, 2021|Categories: Uncategorized|

On a Low Carb Diet

At 6'3", 215 lbs., and lifetime natural, Musclemania® Philippines Rendon Labador says, "I’ve been following a low carb diet ever since. It has effectively helped me to maintain my lean physique. I also make sure that I don’t skip my high intensity workouts to keep a low body fat percentage."

April 7th, 2021|Categories: Uncategorized|

Celebrate Your Small Victories

Musclemania® Pro Kwame Duah says, "It’s the little bits you do everyday to get closer to your goal that counts. Don’t be frustrated that you’re not exactly where you want to be. Most good things take time. Celebrate your small victories and I guarantee they will motivate and lead you into the big ones."

April 5th, 2021|Categories: Uncategorized|

Home Gym Training

At home in Venice, Musclemania® Europe Champion Andrea Sartor says, "I’m training in my home gym because all public gyms are still closed in Italy. I’m training 5 times a weeks and improving day by day. My chest and my arms have improved since the last show in September. I will be in my best shape for MM Universe in Miami." At 5'8", 183 lbs., 24 years old, Andrea will make his MM Pro debut

April 3rd, 2021|Categories: Uncategorized|

Bodybuilding is an Art

Musclemania® Paris Classic Medhat Alkhwaga says, "I was a very skinny little boy when I was young and always watched guys doing their workouts. I hoped to be one of those guys one day not just that I hoped to be a champion. But I like bodybuilding as an art . I love to draw my body with natural muscles."

April 1st, 2021|Categories: Uncategorized|

Spring Shape

Musclemania® Classic Pro SeungGon Baek spring shape. The 6'2", 195 lbs., 30 year old, Korean businessman says, "I'm already in show shape and just going for added muscle all year." And, Seung will be bringing his new physique to MM America in November.

March 31st, 2021|Categories: Uncategorized|

Refining Legs

Nigerian personal security manager Ijele Kenneth Daniel has amassed an impressed physique and at 6'4", 220 lbs., the 23 year old natural says he's now looking to refine it. "I never need to take off my pants at work or in the gym, so I rarely trained my legs. They're really sticks! But everyone keeps telling me about my potential and I will need legs to make my whole physique symmetrical. So, I am laboring everyday now and will not relent until the legs has mass to match the upper body."

March 30th, 2021|Categories: Uncategorized|

Discipline and Self Control

Florida junior natty Gabriel Valantino (R) with his younger brother Elivalantino says, "My brother has been working out for about a year and a half and gotten great results so far. I try to give him advice all the time since he’s still a beginner. But the most important thing I tell him is to stay consistent with his diet and lifting. You have to put steady work to see the results you want, especially for fitness and in other aspects of life." "Here are 3 reasons I believe consistency can lead you to success: 1. Develops discipline and self control; 2. Holds you accountable; 3. Builds trust in yourself and in others." "Next week I will dive in deeper on what exactly [...]

March 29th, 2021|Categories: Uncategorized|