These are the top 12 biggest bodybuilders of all time! This is a tribute to the best bodybuilders ever.
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12. Meet Ronnie Coleman. With eight straight Mr. Olympia wins and 26 IFBB (International Federation of Bodybuilding and Fitness) wins, as of 2015 he's considered the greatest bodybuilder alive!!! Off season, he weighs a whopping 340 lbs (160 kg) and to prepare for contests he shreds down to 300 lbs (140 kg) by some intensive training. Holy cow! His contest weight is twice as much as my normal weight! But all that muscle and years of intense lifting led to some severe back injuries in 2011 that required him to undergo intense spinal surgeries. Fortunately, he made a full recovery just four weeks later! Beast mode anyone???
11. Here is Branch Warren, who won the Arnold Classic in both 2011 and 2012, and is apparently known for his crazy muscular butt! Someone nickname him pipe dream or something cuz fuck me…look at those veins!
10. Representing the women is Iris Kyle, who's considered the most successful FEMALE bodybuilder on earth with two heavyweight wins, seven Ms. International wins, and 10 Ms. Olympia wins; She retired after recently clinching her last Ms. Olympia contest win in 2014 at the whopping age of 40. Off season she weighs 180 pounds (82 kg) and for contests she cuts down to 160 pounds (73 kg). She is a huge icon in the bodybuilding world. Hot damn, I'm a dude and she still weighs more than me!
9. You know how your chicken legs are advertised as all natural and free of all growth hormones? Well THIS, is the complete opposite.
8. Ladies, do any of you find this even remotely attractive?
7. Kim Chizevsky-Nicholls is one of the most muscular female bodybuilders in history! In 1996, she was the first woman to win both the Ms. International and Ms. Olympia titles in the same year and up until 2000 was ranked the number one best female bodybuilder in the world. She retired in 1999 after winning the Ms. Olympia title for her fourth year in a row. Now at the age of 47, she can STILL kick my ass! Which is why I'd hire THIS guy--number 6--as my personal bodyguard.
5. Holy shit! Work your arms out much, kid? I didn't even know it was possible to get your guns that big or pecs. And look at those weights! If he can lift these kinds of dumbbells and barbells, imagine how EASILY he can crush you with just by flicking his wrist…let's hope we never get on his bad side.
4. Bro, I didn't even know you can have that many extreme bulges in your arms! And if I was as big as you guys, I'd be tired as fuck too! How're you supposed to carry around all that bodyweight all day? And how do you think these bodybuilders would look without steroids.
3. At first, there were three muscle heads…then one of 'em got hungry. Actually, after doing some in-depth research on this pic I wasn't able to find its original source, which leads me to believe that it's been photoshopped. What do you think: real or fake? I HOPE it's fake 'cuz if not, he MUST have a SUPER hard time wiping his own ass everyday. Also, shouldn't his shoulder joint be up here? And not here?
2. What an accomplishment! Keep dreaming big, kids cuz I've always wanted my muscles to be attached to the back of my head too, and this guy demonstrates how it's absolutely possible to do that!
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1. This is Greg Valentino, who at one point held the record for the world's largest arms, measuring in at 28 in (78 cm) around. They were enlarged by injecting them with a synthetic oil called synthol. But, his arms eventually developed a hematoma: a condition in which your blood vessel wall, artery, or vein gets damaged, causing blood to exit your blood vessels and fill the surrounding area. He tried fixing it on his own by using a syringe to drain the pus and blood from his biceps. Bad idea, cuz this literally made HIS BICEPS EXPLODE! GROSS! This is one classic example of a bodybuilder destroyed by steroids and HGH.