Gohary El Gohary may have won Model Egypt Championships earlier this month, but the 5'6", 180 lbs., businessman says he's intent on become a successful bodybuilder. "I won the model show. Next I want to win Musclemania® Egypt Physique and, finally MMM bodybuilding," Gohary says about his plans. For training, he calculating and strategic. Gohary explains, "I will maintain a clean bulk throughout the next couple of months and I will start my cutting phase around 2 months before MM America in Las Vegas in November." Day 1: Chest, Biceps Day 2: Rest Day 3: Back, Triceps Day 4: Deltoids and Traps Day 5: Legs "I will maintain around 6-7% bodyfat throughout the next few months while clean eating. My [...]
'14 Fitness America Champion David Duma has made a successful career after winning the title for the second time at Las Vegas. The 5'10", 180 lbs., Costa Rican professional dancer trains 5 days a week focusing on agility and strength. David is now a regular guest on national television programs, a recognized trainer and dance choreographer. David says, "If you have to think, why not think big."
Musclemania® Pro Chang Geun Kim is one of Team Korea's top athletes. At 5'9", 200 lbs., he's been training for 7 years and maintains a lean 7% bodyfat condition all season. "I used to eat a lot in the off-season, but since I am competing against the top guys now, I cannot let myself get without shape," Chang says. He placed 4th at MM World Pro last season in Las Vegas.
Musclemania® America Champion Aristide Pessinguia is training for his MM Pro debut at the Universe in June. "I am just training for size because getting lean is easy for me," he claims. The 5'10", 225 lbs., Aristide is not to be overlooked as he always seems to come into shows as a sleeper and underdog and cleans up. He won both MM New Mexico and MM America both as an unknown.
Musclemania® Physique Pro Seung Gon Baek is one of Korea's premier natural athletes. The 6'2", 205 lbs., 32 year old athlete has a classic, athletic shape and is a popular choice for Korean television show programs and magazines as well as extensive modelling publication, runway shows and is a respected fitness columnist. Seung is an entrepreneur and owner of a major Seoul wellness and fitness center with over 1,000 members. Competitively, Seung says he's aiming for MM America in Las Vegas in November.
"Its all arms," says Musclemania® Paris star Bertrand Lim. "I am training them with total priority because they're my weakness. Twice a week or more if they heal sooner and are ready. But, I know symmetry is kind on stage and this is my only weakness." Bertrand nearly won both MM Paris and MM World LW Class last year and he's hellbent on winning the class this season.
At 6'1", 200 lbs., Musclemania® America Junior Champion Brandon Flihan is training for the new season. The 22 year old junior, lifetime natural bodybuilding says, "Currently I'm on a lean bulk diet and things are going very well. It seems my body is enjoying more food and is responding very well, growing quite a bit." Brandon will make a special guest appearance at MM Orange County in May. Follow Brandon Flihan
After making his Musclemania® Pro debut in Las Vegas, Burley Goss says his training is now focused on MM Universe in Miami / Ft. Lauderdale. The 5'9", 210 lbs., English school teacher from South Africa says, "I was disappointed with my 6th Place finish, but am energized to shock train my muscles and bring a new physique to Miami."
Kwame Adom has developed a top level, natural physique having won both of his first two shows this season. But the 5'7", 175 lbs., Connecticut athlete says he swears by his atypical bodybuilding diet. "My diet is pasta, pizza, burgers with occasional ice cream," Kwame proudly admits, "I don't deviate from this diet. I have a unique physique and I must eat "dirty" to maintain size. I'm one of a kind when it's time for shredding." Kwame says he's bumping up his game and will be moving onto Musclemania® shows next season. "My goal is to prevail at MM New England in May so I may clash with the Titans in Las Vegas in November. I'm overly excited to step [...]
Musclemania® America Pro Champion Perry Hoskin may have only 3 shows to his credit in less than 4 months, but the 5'10", 185 lbs., Texas entrepreneur has knocked off all the top competition. "I like to win!," he asserts. "To me, I did not get into training and bodybuilding for fun. I have always got to the driven. Otherwise, I get stale and bored." Perry says he's training for his next match at MM Universe in Miami / Ft. Lauderdale in June. "I want to bring a new physique to the stage and am training every day and dieting for it already."