Musclemania® Europe Champion Radostin Tsvetanov says, "I was out of commission recovering from surgery for 3 months. So, when I got back to the gym, I was 69 kgs. / 152 lbs.. But, now, after 3 months of double split, hard core training and lean dieting I'm at 80 kgs., 176 lbs.,my biggest and leanest!" Next season, Radostin will make his MM Pro debut after continuing to evolve his physique.
Houston Scott shouts, "Shape! I took this at the top of my workout this morning. I didn’t get much sleep so I didn’t recover the way I wanted to. A major bummer honestly and I barely wanna be here now. I just wanna sleep but here I am. I'm being more consistent where it counts!" The 6'3", 223 lbs., St. Louis native has been training for 15 years and is lifetime natural.
Musclemania® Asia Classic Jeff Kang has been natural since becoming a bodybuilder 10 years ago. The 5'10", 175 lbs., Malaysian trainer says, "My training, diet and lifestyle is an evolution and as I learn more about the process with every workout, meal and passing day."
Musclemania® Pro Marius Florentin says, "The worse you feel, the better you look. Getting into those single digit body fat % takes a lot of mental strength. But nothing compares with the satisfaction of pulling through and achieving your goal. Can’t wait to get back on prep again!"
Bodybuilding for 3 years, TJ Ward says, "Man, I'm in love with Leg day! I'm excited to train out of this new gym and I promise I’ll be competing soon. At 5'11", 220 lbs., 22 years old, the former football plater says he's a pride lifetime natural."
Brighton Beach bodybuilder Luis Young says, "My aim is to inspire and motivate as many people as I can! But with this comes a lot of responsibility, so I wanted to take a second to write about something I want to clear up." "It’s about progress. Right now, I’m in the best shape I’ve ever been in and I feel so blessed to be able to work the way I do in this industry. And whilst it’s great to become someone to look up to, it means you guys don’t get to see the progress and journey that went into my body at the beginning." "It’s like watching a Marvel movie without the origin story."
Nigerian natty Jacky "Nez" Adams is one week away from Musclemania® Africa. The 5'10", 202 lbs., 24 year old says he's in the shape of life. "I've been training for this show over 2 years and hope I can capture the title," Jacky says. "I've learned a lot of about how to lean bulk and hold onto the mass during the diet. So lets see what happens in the last week."
Musclemania® Asia Champion Vipin Rathore says, "I'm in my 3rd month of dieting and feeling shredded already!" The 5'7", 180 lbs, says he's waiting for his US visa and hoping to compete at MM America in Las Vegas in 6 weeks. "I haven't been on stage for 2 years and it feels like a lifetime!"
Musclemania® Model Champion Mark Robinson says, "I'm in my zone. In the end people will judge you anyway. Don’t live your life impressing others, rather live life impressing yourself."
British natural bodybuilder and calisthenics athlete Luis Young says, "There are some people who think dedicating your life to building muscle, feeling and looking better is pointless or all about ego. If you follow me, you probably see through the BS. For me, my fitness journey wasn’t about looking good without my shirt off or becoming a fitness model. When I started going to the gym, I was a skinny, self-conscious, shy teenager." "Slowly, steadily, things changed. I came out of my shell. I became confident. I looked at the man in the mirror and liked him a bit more. Not because he looked better but because he had taken control of his life." "Through fitness came dedication, commitment and [...]