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No one loves bodybuilding more than 8x Mr. Olympia. Read some of Ronnie Coleman’s most motivational quotes and watch his moving Mr.

Olympia speech. Ronnie Coleman is regarded as one of the greatest bodybuilders of all time. Here are the best Ronnie Coleman Quotes on Bodybuilding: “I never focus on contraction. I’m focusing on my muscle. not focusing on a certain style of lifting or contracting.

Here are 18 Best Ronnie Coleman Motivational Quotes. 1. “Everybody wants to be a bodybuilder, but nobody want to lift no heavy-ass weights.” – Ronnie Coleman. 2. “My biggest competition is always myself. – Ronnie Coleman “I learned the ins and outs of the supplements business as a bodybuilder.

I’d worked with some of the companies, and I knew a lot about products, some of them worked OK, and some of them didn’t work, I wanted all of them to work, not just for me, but for other people, too.” – Ronnie Coleman. Ronnie Dean Coleman (born May 13, 1964) is an American retired professional bodybuilder. The winner of the Mr. Olympia title for eight years in a row, he is widely regarded as one of the greatest.

– Ronnie Coleman. I loved challenging myself every day. The weight room was my therapy for everyday life stresses.

No matter what I was doing I always wanted to be the best. – Ronnie Coleman. When you love something as much as I love bodybuilding you don’t have to do much extra to push yourself, it. Ronnie Dean Coleman (born May 13, 1964) is an American retired professional bodybuilder.

The winner of the Mr. Olympia title for eight years in a row, he is widely regarded as one. Enjoy the best Ronnie Coleman Quotes at BrainyQuote. Quotations by Ronnie Coleman, American Athlete, Born May 13, 1964.

Share with your friends. Ronnie Coleman Workout Routine, Motivation Quotes & More – 100% Ronnie Coleman! Ronnie Coleman is an American pro bodybuilder and a true icon of the sport. He holds numerous records in the sport of bodybuilding: Most Mr.

Olympia wins of all time (8) Tied with Lee Hanley although Ronnie won eight straight titles. “I’m the strongest bodybuilding who ever lived, I think.” – Franco Columbu “Different things work for different people.” – Ronnie Coleman “Last time I checked, lifting theory has a PR of zero.” – Steve Shaw “I’m an extremist, and I hope to be remembered that way: noncompliant and an artist.

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Ronnie Coleman, one of the greatest bodybuilders of all time, once said, “Everybody wants to be a bodybuilder, but nobody wants to lift no heavyass weights.”

“Game Changer: The Art of Sports Science” by Fergus Connolly, Phil White, Jim Harbaugh
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He recognizes the importance of bodybuilding: “Part of my success comes from maintaining a consistent weight program, which gives me confidence and enables me to be both mentally and physically fit.”

“The New Encyclopedia of Modern Bodybuilding: The Bible of Bodybuilding, Fully Updated and Revis” by Arnold Schwarzenegger, Bill Dobbins
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One of my favorite quotes I think highlights the point I’m trying to make: Ronnie Coleman said, “Everybody wants to be a bodybuilder, but nobody wants to lift no heavy-ass weights.”

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He told me that if these sources were to be trusted, then Arnold’s constant companion wasn’t Maria Shriver, but a kidney dialysis machine; then professional bodybuilder Rich Gaspari collapsed once monthly from excessive steroid intake; then half the world was caught in the grip of a “’roid rage.”

“Muscle: Confessions of an Unlikely Bodybuilder” by Samuel Wilson Fussell
from Muscle: Confessions of an Unlikely Bodybuilder
by Samuel Wilson Fussell
Open Road Media, 2015

He said that his current health and his daily weightlifting were sources of great satisfaction.

“The Wisdom of the Ego” by George E. Vaillant
from The Wisdom of the Ego
by George E. Vaillant
Harvard University Press, 1995

How he defines his cherished days of bodybuilding from decades past are true to him and totally relative to the youthful disposition that lived them.

“Muscle, Smoke, and Mirrors” by Randy Roach
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by Randy Roach
AuthorHouse, 2008

Quotes from bodybuilders are also good because these are the people who’ve done it “in the trenches.”

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Seven years later he admitted that he had taken “anabolics” and that they had increased his strength: “In five days I could curl and press more and I gained weight.”

“Muscletown USA: Bob Hoffman and the Manly Culture of York Barbell” by John D. Fair
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by John D. Fair
Pennsylvania State University Press, 1999

Arnold was proud of saying, then as now, that everything he knew he had learned from bodybuilding.

“Fantastic: The Life of Arnold Schwarzenegger” by Laurence Leamer
from Fantastic: The Life of Arnold Schwarzenegger
by Laurence Leamer
St. Martin’s Publishing Group, 2006

His incredible physique and winning attitude gave me the hope that I could make my dream of becoming a bodybuilding champion a reality.

“Natural Bodybuilding” by John Hansen
from Natural Bodybuilding
by John Hansen
Human Kinetics, 2005

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  • A young Ronnie working his way up to Mr. Olympia, then shocking everyone with his first win.. Which was just the warmup because then he goes on and wins another 7 consecutive MR. O’s for 8 total wins and becomes the most dominant bodybuilder in history. One of the longest vids I made ✊ #GoatStatus #8Time #RonnieColeman #NicandroVision

  • Arnold kept his hair and was dominant in his right to be MR OLYMPIA.
    Ronnie Coleman lost his hair never complained went from dead last yet….. he never complained.

    The moral of both sides NEVER COMPLAIN NO MATTER HOW OR WHAT YOU LOSE.

  • Ronnie is such a genuine and humble person. Always has been. Favourite bodybuilder ever by far. Prime example of if you work hard enough, you can do anything.

  • Bom dia guerreiro sou do Brasil acompanho seu trabalho te admiro muito como atleta torço para vc melhorar cada vez mais que Deus te abençoe ��

  • Dorian Yates beat Ronnie Colman that’s true Ronnie was just coming up.Dorian knew Ronnie was coming for his ass so he used his tricep injury as a fucking excuse.He could healed up and came back to face Ronnie.He didn’t come back because he knew Ronnie would of demolished his ass.��

  • The work Ronnie Coleman put in was unmatched, no one will never be able to bring what he brought to the stage big but rip and condition ����

  • This reminds me of the 1996 NBA draft with Kobe and all the rest of the all stars. Camby,iverson etc. Won’t ever happen again.in bodybuilding either. 1996They were the best line up ever.

  • Well all that “victory” came at a HEAVY price from CONTINUOUS AND EXCESSIVE steroid use, Nasser’s dead n gone, Flex lost one leg, Ronnie’s wheelchair bound, 4life & who knows what else! so was it all worth it, win all only to lose back all?

  • This is more like a documentary then bodybuilding motivation. Just being honest. The guy who came next after ronnie was talking killed it… you shouldve dropped a sick beat and showed ronnie workout after ronnies speech, not an old guy talking about ronnie

  • All my respect for Ronnie.
    There’s no victory without sacrifice. And he’s the greatest ever, because he sacrifice everything. He’ll live forever… A LEGEND.

  • He never, not once, complained or bitched when he came last, barely out of top 15, barely in top 10, top 5 and so on till he started making podiums and still never complained. Almost broke and barely surviving and still dedicated to the gym….no one will do this today (meaning despite barely surviving still doing what you love most).

  • How he can have that type of body eating pizza every day(cause like he said he was poor back then),and then his trainer said that he take every thing serious.From DIET,to aerobics….Can someone xplain me?

  • How does he have 23 inch arms before he steps on a bodybuilding stage and then 23 inch arms after tons of steroids? Hmmmm someone’s lying.

  • Steve Reeves was the Greatest Bodybuilder of All Time. He had Great Shape and DID NOT use Steroids. Ronnie Coleman was a Humble Big Guy but Took Tons of Steroids. Ronnie Coleman can barely get around now because he damaged his joints from using bad form and too much weight.

  • I’m a real life testimonial! This pre-workout definitely works! I now lift 800 solid ass pounds. LIIIIGHHHTT WEIGHT BAAAAAABYYYYYY

  • I thought Ronnie was going to explain how increasing intensity may be key for volume gains for aspiring bodybuilders and it’s not just sticking to 3×10 for an exercise to get that pump. Likewise for powerlifters who lift heavy; every once in a while they probably need that hypertrophy block to build their muscles.

    But hey, whatever floats his boat, right? You gotta make them sacrifices

  • The guy says, “You gotta have the killer instinct to be the best. No one wants to do the hard work it takes to get there.”.

    Through the video – he never mentions the copious amounts of steroids and hormones he’s shooting up to get those muscles.

  • Бесполезная куча мяса. Толку нет от таких мышц. В одежду как правило не влазиют, в машину тоже, морду набьёт любой дрищ из за неповоротливости

  • Sacrifices include pumping thousands of dollars worth of steroids into your body while cutting your life expectancy in half. Sounds like a sweet deal.

  • Ronnie was a open ifbb pro without gear….. he was natty, imagine that.. then when he mentioned “when I got big” he should have said, when I started taking roids to level the playing field.

  • Ronnie Coleman abusing anabolic steroids for years. Shut the fuck up. You inject anabolic hormones into your body for muscle growth. You’re a lying scumbag.

  • From experience, Body building is not really all that hard, during the off season.. Come contest time, it becomes night and day.. The leave me the Fuck alone attitude comes into play.. For a very long I found ways to deal with it.. I worked the grave yard shift so I was not around to many people and I went to a different gym.. so I could focus on me.. Very little conversation with anyone..Its when I had my first child is when I backed away from the sport.. It was not worth me being nasty at my child, just because I was having a hunger attack…. So I always give props to people like Ronnie who powered there way through to get at the level they did…

  • Ronnie is a legend. He gave up what he could have right now to get what he god. we all admire him for that and no matter what condition he looks like, you cant take that away from him and no one would skip applause when he walked into the room. if he looked like Stephan Hawkins he would be greeted as a legend. its amazing he still goes in and gets at it. I hope he gets the medical he needs.

  • I think Ronnie got a call from The Most High: too prideful. I love the guy, I hope he didn’t jail too many people for owning weed, while he had all kind of roids…

  • I remember there was a clip of Jay Cutler saying “i don’t like eating at this point” or something

    I can imagine if you are only eating bland bro foods all day

  • No matter what Ron is going through he always has a smile and keeps his head up with no regrets or sympathy feeling bad for himself.he is definitely a strong willed amazing dude that doesn’t let anything or anyone bring him down.people talk shit about him but yet don’t have half the drive or dedication to succeed like he has and act like their better.ronnie your are an inspiration to many and loved as well.the greatest ever the King big Ronnie Coleman.

    And my man still goes in the gym to do what he loves.