Tuesday, October 8, 2013
Canadian natural HW and Musclemania® Pro Samuel Dixon is looking heavy and already in decent shape. The 6'1", 230 lbs., 24 year old personal trainer says, "I have stayed lean since the Universe. I want to come into Las Vegas super cut and still hold my size. It will be something different." Sam will make an personal appearance at MM Canada in Montreal next month.
New MM Britain Champion and MM Pro Ben Radic (5'10", 225 lbs.) and MM Britain Physique Champion David Nembhard (6'3", 185 lbs.) backstage. Ben will now go on to make his MM Pro debut in Las Vegas and David will appear on stage at MM Paris next month.
Guatemalan Roni Estuardo Zamora just won the MM Central America MW Class. The 5'6", 150 lbs., 39 year old event coordinator and bodybuilding coach has been competing for over 10 years winning the '03 Guatemalan National Championships. "I really enjoyed the Musclemania show," Roni says. "It was so different than all of the other shows I've been in. My students and I will be back, again."
In his first bodybuilding competition, Thomas Tourville snatched 1st Place honors at the Musclemania® Carolina Beginners Championships. The 5'9", 152 lbs., 25 year old moved from his home in Connecticut to North Carolina to explore. "I enjoy being outdoors, cliff jumping, sky diving and anything that gives an adrenaline rush!," Thomas says. He also has competed in the Rugged Maniac and Warrior Dash extreme events. Thoms works as a nuclear value technical for Duke Energy.
Musclemania Pro Chul Soon will be welcoming guests at MM Korea next week in Seoul. The '12 MM World Pro Champion is among the most popular television celebrities in Korea and certainly one of Asia's dominate fitness stars. At 5'9", 195 lbs., Chul is training for MM World Pro in Las Vegas and will face an intense line-up of the best natural bodybuilders in the world.
Commercial dancer and choreographer Mike Peele is looking buff as he prepares for Fitness America in Las Vegas. The Dance Master Class instructor promises to prove that being muscular doesn't and shouldn't hold back a professional dancer from being a top performer. Currently, 5'10", 220 lbs., Mike says his diet is focused on holding his mass while getting lean. He's got two months until show time.
Already looking thicker and leaner than ever, Musclemania Pro Ricky Syamsuri says he stayed in shape all season. At 5'7", 185 lbs., he explains, "I haven't competed since Las Vegas last year, but I was in shape all year. I just kept adding muscle little by little and no fat. My diet has been clean, no cheating, while my training focused on symmetry. I am not changing anything and have never been hungrier to deserve my real and better 'Placing'. I want the MM Pro title. The total package is what matters for me this year. Don't wanna fly 20 hours to disappoint my fans." Ricky placed 4th at '12 MM World Pro in Las Vegas. He lives and trains in Indonesia with brother-in-law and and MM Pro Ade Rai.
As Spain's most popular bodybuilder and sports model, Francisco Dominquez continues his training for MM World Pro in Las Vegas in November. He's also expanding his opportunities and appearances. The 6', 210 lbs., 27 year old trainer has appeared on numerous magazine covers, editorial spreads, advertisements and promotional appearances.
French natural sensation Greg Vong is a month out from MM Paris and looks like he could jump on stage tomorrow. The 5'8", 175 lbs., 34 year old trainer is among the leaders going into the show. And with over 100 competitors from throughout Europe and USA, it will be a natural showdown seen on the Champs-Elysees! If you can't make it to Paris next month, watch the LIVE broadcast on October 12 on www.musclemania.tv.
Musclemania Pro Larry Camacho says he's been hammering his guns as he prepares fpr his MM Pro debut in Las Vegas in November. The 5'7", 180 lbs., California bodybuilder explains, "I want to bring up the arms, so I been focusing a lot on them and not just doing the curls but also doing pull up. I can see the results. I've been doing curls - up to 70 lbs. dumbbells and I can feel that all those things are effective."
English newcomer David Nembhart swung onto the Musclemania Physique Britain stage last weekend and was a dominate force. The 6'3", 185 lbs., 24 year old trainer says he's training to continue his wins at the Paris show next month and wants to compete at least 3 lbs. heavier. "It was my first time, so I did a bunch of mistakes in my diet. I never should have been so light." You can watch David and over 100 of Europe's best natural sports models and athlete LIVE from Paris on October 12 on www.musclemania.tv.
Musclemania Europe Junior Champion Ovidiu Voicu is looking thicker than sick doing DB presses. The 5'6", 170 lbs, 22 year old college student says he's aiming to win at MM World in Las Vegas where he will face down the world's best natural junior bodybuilders.