Those who saw him in person when he was a bodybuilder and Mr. Olympia say that Ronnie Coleman himself was like an alien. 1.80 meters tall and weighing more than 130 kilos that, when posed, opened like a transformer. And, to give you an idea, we have found a photo of him from behind, without posing, in which it was already seen that his volume and size were not normal. Some muscles from another planet!
Bodybuilder Ronnie Coleman and his shocking back photo that is scary to see
The eight-time Mr. Olympia champion retired from bodybuilding in 2008, the last time he took the stage and showed off his massive muscles. And in this shot from behind, in addition to his giant lats, you can see the incredible dimension of his T-rex quads and wild triceps. Will there ever be a bodybuilder as monstrous as him? Sure, but what seems almost unlikely is that he will win 8 consecutive titles like him on the stage in Las Vegas.
“Bodybuilding has no shortcuts or secrets. Every shortcut you take will eventually cost a toll in the long run. So the only way to stay fit, stay muscular, and keep fighting the aging process is to keep training and eating hard and well.” Ronnie Coleman used to say.
Roberto Cabezas is a specialist in fitness, CrossFit, bodybuilding, training material, nutrition and sports supplementation at Men’s Health Spain. Graduated in Journalism from the Faculty of Information Sciences, in Madrid, he has always liked sports. I played soccer, practiced karate, tennis and now I am passionate about paddle tennis and training in the gym. I firmly believe that leading a healthy life, eating well and exercising daily, is essential for both the body and our mental health. And I encourage you to combat stress with fitness training through exercise routines. One of my hobbies is buying food because I love eating, especially meat, but also fruit and healthy desserts. I am not missing my daily protein shake and to recommend, try the peanut butter with banana, this is one of many of the recommendations that you can find among the nutrition contents in which I write and deal with topics such as creatine, protein whey among others. Professionally, before joining the Hearst Magazines Healthy Unit, I spent almost 20 years at the magazines Teleindiscreta, TP and Supertele, from the same company, where I learned to be a journalist. Before I went through an economic consultant and a women’s website.
More hobbies? Reading, music, movies, series and playing with my children. Live and let live!