Musclemania® Paris Classic Rody Mushiete says, "The results happen over time, not over night. Work hard, stay consistent and be patient." The 6', 228 lbs., 23 age lifetime natural Finnish bodybuilder powerlifts in the off-season and says he'll be back on stage next season.
Musclemania® Europe Classic Champion Radostin Tsvetanov says, "Without perseverance and perseverance, even the lucky ones will be wasted! In order to keep fit, I was deprived of family gatherings, going out with friends, traveling and vacations." "And fitness is not an ungrateful sport, as many say, because the shape was lost quickly. Everything in life is lost quickly when we stop making efforts - form, money / business, friends, love, home."
Musclemania® Pro Nick Roybal says, "I am in competition with no one. I run my own race. I just aim to improve, to be better than I was before. My #1 competition is me." The 5'10", 200 lbs., Albuquerque natural has been training and competing for over 10 years. Also, congratulations to Nick who recently welcomed his first son into the world!
Musclemania® Pro Na Dae-Woong says he's not allowing the pandemic to be an excuse from staying in lean shape. "Once I realized that there was no end to these lockdowns, I got back to training like I was preparing for competition," he says. The 5'11", 210 lbs., natural athlete is training for MM America in Las Vegas.
Musclemania® Pro Morgan Nakhisa enjoying the process. "I have been training for over 10 years so much so that its part of my inner being, my life process, my personal, emotional and physical welfare," he attests. "Fitness surely makes us whole in so many ways."
Musclemania® California Classic Champion Robert Lemus aka "The Joker" reflects, "Remembering the past, living in the present and thinking about the future. This has been a trail and error journey and I wouldn't change a thing about it. I'm looking forward while learning from my mistakes in the past! Can't wait for Vegas in November! It's time to put everything together now. No more mistakes this time around!"
"Hard times don't create heroes," says Filipino fitness celebrity Rendon Labador. "It is during the hard times when the 'hero' within us is revealed." "I've struggled, I've been defeated, I've been challenged, but I've never quit on myself or what was important to me. Sometimes you may even feel like the world is out to get you. That's when you create a vision so clear, that nothing and no one will get in your way. There will be people that tell you it's impossible. There will be those who tell you that you aren't good enough. There will be those who will act as though you're not worthy of what you're trying to accomplish." "And then there will be you, standing [...]
Restoring shape and condition, Musclemania® India Champion Umer Rashid says, "Yes, I am back on my diet and my body is responding well. I'm down to 12% and I want to return to 5-6% in a couple months." The 5'10", 215 lbs., 28 year old owns his gym in Kashmir, so he's been training throughout the pandemic lockdowns, so muscle growth hasn't stopped since winning 2 years ago.
Musclemania® Model Tatan Garces rock & rolling physique! The 6'3", 215 lbs., 24 year old, Australian trainer says, "The lockdowns are really making training tough because of inconsistency. But, l am pushing ahead at whatever gyms are open, where I can get pass keys, cardio at home, whatever it takes." Jonathan is dieting for MM Australia Model and Classic in two months.
At Musclemania® Pro Fred Sanya Shaka's last battle, he swept MM Universe in Miami. Now the 6'1", 230 lbs., New York City trainer is coming out of pandemic shock and hammering in the gym twice a day. "I'm playing catch-up," he says. "I am back on my diet and training heavier than every before. Its like I lost time and need to make it up," Sanya explains. He does not know when and where he will compete next, but no doubt, Sanya will shake up the stage again when he does!