The key to long-term success in the gym, as in most areas of life, is a dedication to hard work. In order to get a bigger frame or larger veins, you can't expect to see results overnight. Nobody ever become a massive titan on their first day in the gym, not even the greatest bodybuilders of all time.
It took a lot of work for these "Mass Monsters" to develop their odd physiques. Then and only then were they able to reap the benefits of each rep to the fullest. With every ounce of effort, they made a boyhood dream a reality and turned it into a successful career. We wish you the best of luck in your bodybuilding endeavors and hope that their success will serve as an inspiration to you.
1. Ronnie Coleman is a good example.
At over 300 pounds, Ronnie Coleman is one of the current generation's "mass monsters," according to the bodybuilder.
He was the judge's favorite when being the bigger muscle meant everything in the business. In any event, it took a lot of work to get to 320 pounds in the off-season.
With an IFBB pro card and a spate of victories, his low-key entrée into the bodybuilding scene was eventually crowned a success. By the time he retired, he had more Sandows than any other bodybuilder in his home.
For the most wins by a single professional in the IFBB, he had held the record until Dexter Jackson's 29 titles in comparison to his 26 wins overtook him.
2. Lee Haney
No list of the greatest bodybuilders in history would be complete without mentioning the "GOAT.
IFBB professional bodybuilder record-holder Lee Haney is the only one to ever complete a "eight-peat." Lee Haney, a 1959 Orlando native who became a professional bodybuilder at the age of 23, began competing at the age of 16.
The fact that he won on his professional debut makes him one of the rare breed of bodybuilders. When he returned for a second time in 1984, he won his first Mr. Olympia title, taking the stakes even higher. Lee Haney won the title eight times before retiring at the age of 31.
3. Paul Dillett,
Dorian Yates and Ronnie Coleman come to mind when you think about the best bodybuilders of all time such as Paul Dillett.
In the early 1990s bodybuilding scene, where a mammoth frame was required to even get a whiff of the legendary Olympia stage, his massive stature made an impression.
Paul Dillett was a regular in every Olympia lineup from 1993 to 1999.
Standing 6'2" tall and weighing 285 pounds, he was the most magnificent gun to ever do battle in the bodybuilding arena.
When it came to the top five, Paul Dillett's name appeared frequently.
Source Link: https://www.wellnesswarrior.org/biggest-bodybuilders/
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