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I got these pictures from the great most muscular picture article. As always, the condition and muscularity of Ronnie Coleman impressed me:
Photograph © MuscleTime.com. Reproduced with permission.
Ronnie is going to be Mr. Olympia again - no doubt about it. At least not in my book. Bear in mind this guy is 41 this year and will be the oldest man in the show - yet he's still going to win, mark my words. I don't know how he does it. In the photos above his incredible size and muscle density can be clearly seen. Does anyone come close to his conditioning? Well - maybe a few. Dexter Jackson comes to mind. But even some of those who do lack the muscle maturity that he has or the rock hard look his muscles have. Does anyone come close to his size? Well...not really. Markus Ruhl does I guess, but he lacks in other areas. His shape can be beaten, but even still his shape is very good - nice taper and small waist, which is incredibly impressive for a guy competing at 296 pounds!
I hate to put an idea in the heads of those reading this - but honestly, who will come close? I sincerely think that it will take at least three years of hardcore juicing, strict and regimented dieting, and balls to the wall training for ANYONE to even come CLOSE. And by then, will Ronnie even be competing? If he is, one could only imagine how much he will have improved...it's crazy just to think about it.
All this having been said, I really hope Ronnie shoots for nine wins and retires. I know he is only 14 months away from breaking Lee Haney's record of eight straight Sandows and no doubt he wants to do that. But does he need to get 10? It's not like it's very likely that anyone will ever beat him anyway, so for the sake of his health (and the hungry competition), I hope he racks up nine Sandows on his mantle and throws in the towel, leaving a winner.
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