Sunday, June 3, 2012
He was new on the bodybuilding scene when he won the '11 MM New York last October. But now Maik Wiedenbach is attracting a lot of attention in and outside of the natural competitive circuit. The 36 year old, 6'2", 230 lbs. New York City personal training service entrepreneur also is the author of "101 Fitness Myths". But, as Maik explains, he has always been an athlete. "I used to be World Cup swimmer and turned into a bodybuilder 7 years ago. I train high-volume, similar to Arnold, which only makes sense since I am German." Maik holds a Masters degree in History and Philosophy as well as a Balchelors in German Literature. He claims that bodybuilding is an art form. "My ambition is simply to create an aesthetically pleasing physique along the lines of Frank Zane or Bob Paris, something that's missing in today's bodybuilding." Maik's form of physical art will be on display at MM Superbody in Atlantic City on August 25.