Sunday, September 15, 2013

New Musclemania Superbody Physique Champion Nick Morrellhas added 8 lbs. of muscle since winning the '12 Model Superbody in Atlantic City. The 5'7", 175 lbs.. 24 year old college student says, "This year was phtysique. Next year could be a different story depending on the progress I make with my legs.. But, I am definitely heading into becoming a bodybuilder." Nick hails from Philidephia along with MM Pros Joe PattonJulian Navarro and Frank Griffin. There's something in that Phily water!
Most of Guatemala's top natural bodybuilders and sports models will be on stage next weekend at MM Central America. Among the most popular are (L-R) Juan Pablo LarraƱagaJuancho JanElias Rojas, and Javier Carballo Mazariegos. Other competitors are coming from Honduras, El Salvador, Costa Rica, Nicuagua and Belize.
Egyptian sports model Moe Hadary isn't letting the chaos there to stop his training for next year's MM Arabia in Dubai. The 6', 195 lbs., financial advisor has never competed, so the show will be his debut to the fitness media and fans. Then, Moe will appear on stage in America at MM Universe in Miami. "I've been training since I was 13 and always liked the Herculean look," Moe explains.
The first Musclemania® Physique show was produced at the Superbody Show in Atlantic City last Saturday. The winner was Nick Morrell (2nd L) who also won the '12 Model Superbody Championships. But, now he 5'8", 175 lbs. college student added solid muscle mass and was ready for showtime. John Dang (2nd R)from Louisiana ran a very tight 2nd Place with a lean and symmetry upper body.
New MM Superbody Pro Champion Dewayne Malone (L) and Open Winner Frank Griffin (R) stormed the stage last night in Atlantic City. Dewayne battled a close complete with Musclemania Pro-Law Payne who ripped. And, at 6'3", 230 lbs., Frank took on tough competition and rightfully earned MM Pro status. Complete photo gallery and results will be posted on Monday.

Tuesday, September 3, 2013

Australian sports model Denham Raveendrakumar is heading for Model America in Las Vegas. The 5'10", 180 lbs., 29 year old engineer has won nearly all sports model shows "down under" and appears regularly in magazine features, advertising campaigns and loads of runway appearances. Denham says he's been on a heavy lifting regimen and wants to compete 10 lbs. heavier than his last stage appearance. "I want a new look for Las Vegas," he says. "I am bringing up my legs because I know I need a complete look against the best in the world." Denham will be part of Team Australia with a squad of over a dozen incredible sports fitness, bodybuilding and modeling stars. -
He's tired of the accusations. With the release of his latest photo, Musclemania Pro Simeon Panda says, "At 6'1", 230 lbs., single digit body fat percentage all year round, still growing, still making progress, still amused and disappointed by the natural bodybuilding self imposed limitations. Change your mindset. If there is a limit, we don't want to know about it. It will not affect our work rate. We will see beyond it and work towards something greater." - Simeon will be guest posing with fellow MM Pros Ulisses Jr. and Ty Ogedegbe at MM Britain in London in two weeks. You can watch it all LIVE at, Saturday, September 14, 5 PM GMT, 12 PM ET, 9 AM PT.
'12 Musclemania® Europe HW Champion Ben Radic continues to WOW wherever he goes. And, the 5'10", 225 lbs. Slovenian fitness trainer says he's training to dominate at MM Britain next week in London. "Since the Rome show (MM Europe in June), I have stayed on my diet and just kept training for muscle growth and symmetry," Ben explains. "I have been on a 4 year plan to create a physique. I am ready." Ben is also going to compete at MM Paris next month and MM World in Las Vegas. All three shows will be broadcast LIVE on
Guatemala's Juan Jose Gidiel has been training daily since he set his sights on Musclemania® Central America next month. The 27 year old trainer is one of the country's best natural bodybuilders and its most popular with a huge social following of over nearly 100,000 fans! At 5'7", 175 lbs., Juan hasn't competed for nearly two years and gained over 10 lbs. of muscle. He will be one of the biggest threats on stage on September 21. -
New MM Mexico Junior Champion Said Gerez may weigh only 160 lbs., but the 5'6", 20 year gym instructor has got muscle density way beyond his youth. Since his big win in May, he has been training more intense than ever with his sights set on MM Universe in Miami next June. "I am working my arms and calves because they need to match the rest of my body," Said says. "I don't want to step on stage again until everything is symmetrical and that's going to take the whole season. I want to win the junior division and know what I have to do."