Now and then Pictures of eight times Mr. Olympia Ronnie Coleman.Ronnie Dean Coleman was born May 13, 1964. He was the winner of the Mr. Olympia title for eight times, i.e eight years in a row. He is nick named GOAT meaning greatest of all time. He is 5 feet 11 inches. He won his eight times Mr. Olympia from 1998-2005.
He had a spinal injury, which began when he was in high school and college. His first back injury was as a result of him trying to squat 500 in a powerlifting meet at 17. Ronnie had 13 surgeries, 9 back, 2 necks, and 2 hips. He had these famous workout catchphrases. “Light Weight, Ain’t nothing and But a peanut” this phrases to tell himself a heavy weight wasn’t heavy. Ronnie usually bench pressed 200-pounds dumbbells for 12 and leg-pressed a ton for 10.
After his back surgeries there have being changes in what he does at the gym. Ronnie used to do 2400LBS leg press but now it’s only 100 LBS. but the champion never give up even after his series of surgeries. His Dumbell shrug PR was 250 LBS but now its 50 LBS he used to do 200 LBS Dumbell press.
He keeps going to the gym even at his present age 56 years and does not let the surgery he had gone for weigh him down.
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