Who is the most inspirational bodybuilder?

Who is the most inspirational bodybuilder?

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Lord of the Gym: 5 Inspirational Icons

Itching for a fight? Just start the "biggest body" discussion. Here's an athlete's take. which one is yours.

A picture outside the gym may be worth a thousand words, but in bodybuilding, a great body shot speaks volumes. I'm talking about legends, who revered their bodies for the absolute fulfillment of human potential.

You will get huge motivation form the Korean bodybuilder Kim. His legs workout really motivated me. Check below the video.
 most inspirational bodybuilders' Top 10 Best Legs workout for men and women

Here are my top five bodybuilding icons. He made his mark on stage and screen, but only after long hours in the gym. They are some of the most inspiring organizations this youth sport has ever seen. Agree?

Think I'm crazy? Make a case for your favorite in the comments!

1. Sylvester Stallone

Proof that age is just a number, Stallone seems to have gotten better with age. Although he never competed in bodybuilding, Sly trained with Schwarzenegger, Columbo and other greats. Unlike many actors and actresses in the biz, she has not only built a world famous company, but she has maintained it. In almost every film, he appears strong and weak; In fact, some of his best performances came from 60 years ago. He inspires everyone who shares his lifelong passion for bodybuilding and fitness.

Still high quality bodybuilder Golden Era Posing With Frank Zane

2. Frank Jane

Jane had that "classic" body that makes guys jealous even today. He expertly squeezed every potential from every part of the body to create the ultimate V-taper. A born competitor, he knew that just a pound or two of muscle in the right places produced an incredible figure of size and strength. Unlike modern mass monsters, Jane won the Olympia under 200 pounds, using the power of aesthetics to win over the judges.

Whether you're a fan of today's bodybuilding behemoth—or the powerlifter look—you can't help but respect Jane's lithe physique and incredible longevity. She competed more than a decade after her Olympia days and continues to train herself and others to this day.


3. Serge Nubret

Renowned for his incredible size and conditioning, Serge Nubret joined the pro ranks after only a few years of training. His famously long and brutal workouts beg the question of whether you can train "too much." Whenever a newbie starts to worry about overtraining at four workouts per week, vets point to Surge. Yes, it's smart to eat and rest to match your training, but the surge proves that your body can actually adapt to almost anything given the chance.

Arnold once said that the waves reminded him of horse racing, as he could see his muscles rippling under his skin during training. His classical, symmetrical physique is an inspiration to those who want to look their best without bulking up like modern bodybuilders.

4. Dorian Yeats

Known for his tendency to show up, clean the house and then quickly disappear, "The Shadow" is in my opinion the most influential Mr. Olympia. Bodybuilding got him out of the streets and out of trouble in England - which no doubt played a part in his sharp looks and edgy personality. While defending champion Lee Haney was certainly huge before Dorian, Yates took muscle mass to a whole new level. His brutal, heavy training style was a sight to behold, which is why his Blood and Guts training videos, though 20 years old, still inspire budding bodybuilders.

When it came to conditioning, Yates also changed the game. Bodybuilders have always been scorned for the show, but Dorian popularized a level of leanness the judges had never seen before. His deep dedication was his secret. She rarely takes time off and commits herself to conscious, clean eating year-round. He ate some cheat meals and always tracked his calories and macros.

It's hard to be big and lean at the same time, but Yates proves it's possible. All you need is devotion.

Heavy Weight Bodybuilder Arnold Schwarzenegger Bodybuilding Training Motivation - No Pain No Gain

5. Arnold Schwarzenegger

His humble beginnings in Austria and his success on and off the stage have made Schwarzenegger one of the most inspiring bodybuilders of all time. He is renowned for his obsessive, single-minded focus on training and competition – a dedication that would serve him in other aspects of his life. Like other "Golden Age" bodybuilders, he ignored warnings about overtraining and hit the gym hard five hours a day. You have to admire someone who has so much enthusiasm for training.

After winning a record seven Mr. Olympias, he took his talent and his body to Hollywood, starring in one film after another. Arnold is an incredible example of drive and dedication. His willpower makes him a great success in everything.

Another Bodybuilder whos name is Yatinder Sign is a very good bodybuilder and Motivator.

6. Yatinder Sing

Sometimes workout music can be a great motivation for bodybuilding and gym workout.

I think if you think you are going to fat then you should go to gym for workout as per plan and precaution. But you may suffer little bit injury but it will recover within few times. 

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