Ronnie Coleman-The Greatest Bodybuilder Ever on Earth

Ronnie Coleman is known as THE KING in the bodybuilding world. There is Netflix documentary made on him -THE KING

Entry of a King at MR Olympia Stage

How Ronnie Coleman started bodybuilding?

Ronnie Coleman, when asked how he started bodybuilding, said, one day, I went to the gym. A guy asked me, “Hey man, do you want to be in bodybuilding” and I said no, so he said you should be doing that you could probably be a world champion to which Ronnie replied that I’ve heard that you people take steroids and stuff. I don’t want to involve in that kind of things, and I also don’t like the diet I just like to eat hamburgers and stuff. After a few days, that person offers Ronnie free membership to the gym to which he couldn’t refuse and started his bodybuilding journey, and the rest is history.

He also gives credit to his biggest rival on MR Olympia stage Jay Cutler who de-throned his title in the year 2006 he said that Jay made him pushed further because Coleman wanted to retain his title. He even said it on stage before the winner announcement in 2006 to jay cutler “you beat me” and says those were the best days of his life at the stage.

What Ronnie Coleman now stated while advising people for using steroids in 2020

” I think the way I did it will be a lot better for people because you know everything  I did was with prescription and I had doctors making sure everything was okay .”

Bio and body stats (At Ronnie Coleman’s prime)

  • Birthdate: May 13, 1964
  • Age: 55
  • Nationality: American
  • Wife: Susan Coleman (present), Rouaida Christine Achkar (divorced)
  • Best Win: Mr. Olympia (1998-2005) 8X in a row
  • Height: 1.80 m (5’11”)
  • Weight: 300 lbs (136 kg) in contests; 340 lbs (154 kg) off-season
  • Chest: 60″
  • Waist: 36″
  • Biceps: 24″
  • Thighs: 36″
  • Calves: 22″
  • Number of surgeries:  12
  • Net Worth‎: ‎$10 Million (USD)


  • Meal 1: 3 to 5 grams of L-Arginine supplement
  • Meal 2: ¾ cup grits with cheese, 2 cups egg whites and  1 cup coffee
  • Meal 3: 1 serving of pre-workout supplements and 3-5 grams L-Arginine
  • Meal 4: 1 serving of BCAA
  • Meal 5: Two 8oz chicken breasts, 1 ½ cups brown rice, 1 ½ cups red beans, and 2 pieces cornbread
  • Meal 6: 3 to 5 grams of L-Arginine
  • Meal 7: Two 8oz chicken breasts, 1 medium-sized baked potato
  • Meal 8: 9oz filet mignon, 5oz chicken breasts, 1 medium-sized baked potato, French fries, and 8oz lemonade
  • Meal 9: 1 serving of BCAA
  • Meal 10: 4 scoops of whey blend

Ronnie Coleman LIFE as a Cop

The King as a Cop

He was a police officer in Arlington, Texas, where he worked as a regular officer from 1989 to 2000, and a reserve officer until 2003. He enjoyed his cop life and was very satisfied, he was a cop with whom you didn’t want to mess around with, or you know what and where you had got landed to with those two big guns and one small one which he never used onto any criminal in his tenure. I am sure he did his job with his man-made guns and served the US police the best could. However, the US police also assisted him a lot in his bodybuilding carrier. Because he was at his peak and winning  MR.O  title after title and surely was a Role Model for many in his department, he even encouraged other cops to be fit and told them the value of fitness in his life. At the duty, Ronnie never skipped a meal during his working hours, which shows his dedication towards the sport.

The Ultimate Ronnie Coleman Workout Routine for Extreme Mass


Day 1: For quads, hams, and calves

Three sets and 15 reps

  • Barbell Squat
  • Barbell Hack Squat
  • Leg Extensions
  • Leg Curls (Standing, Lying, and Seated)
  • Seated Single-Leg Curl
  • Seated Calf Raise

Day 2: Works on back and triceps

Three sets with 15-20 reps

  • Bent-over Barbell Row
  • Lying T-Bar Row
  • One-Arm Dumbbell Row
  • Wide-Grip Lat Pulldown
  • Triceps Dips
  • Standing Dumbbell Triceps-Extension
  • Lying Triceps Press

Day 3: Focuses on shoulders

Three sets and 15 reps

  • Overhead Shoulder Press
  • Side Lateral Raise
  • Front Dumbbell Raise
  • Seated Bent-Over Dumbbell Rear Deltoid Raise

Day 4: Exercises his chest and biceps

Three sets and 15-20 reps

  • Medium Grip Barbell Bench Press
  • Medium Grip Barbell Incline Bench Press
  • Decline Barbell Bench Press
  • Barbell Curls
  • One-Arm Dumbbell Preacher Curl
  • Alternate Hammer Curl

Day 5: Works on quads, hams, and calves

Three sets and 15 reps

  • Barbell Squat
  • Barbell Hack Squat
  • Leg Extensions
  • Leg Curls (Standing, Lying, and Seated)
  • Seated Single-Leg Curl
  • Seated Calf Raise

Day 6: For chest, triceps, and abs

Three-four sets and 12 reps

  • Incline Dumbbell Press
  • Decline Barbell Press
  • Incline Dumbbell Flyes
  • Decline Dumbbell Press
  • Cambered-Bar Triceps Extensions (Lying and Seated)
  • Triceps Dips
  • Donkey Calf Raises
  • Seated Raises
  • Crunches

Day 7: Rest

Ronnie Coleman Supplements

Ronnie Coleman did not rely too much on supplements and only took essential supplements (whey,bcaa, Pump enhancers). Ronnie Coleman also started his own supplement brand known as Ronnie Coleman Signature Series, which is a big boomer and sponsors many great athletes, and his supplements are of the topmost quality and have all the FDA approvals and tested by other regulatory organizations. Ronnie Coleman’s yeah buddy is one of the strongest pre-workout formulae out there with some potent ingredients and is a must try to get a glimpse of what it is like to hold the power of a king’s product.

Ronnie Colemans Instagram

is @ronniecoleman8, were he often uploads posts on his current conditions his company or other events and keeps motivating his fans.

Ronnie Coleman quotes, which are still roared by his fans and pro athletes in the GYM.

  • Everybody wants to be a bodybuilder, but don’t nobody wanna lift no heavy ass weight.” ~ Ronnie Coleman.
  • “Hard work and training. There’s no secret formula. I lift heavy, work hard, and aim to be the best.” ~ Ronnie Coleman
  • Aint nothing but a peanut.” ~ Ronnie Coleman
  • “If you take a hammer and hit something over and over again, it’s gonna be destroyed. I don’t wanna destroy my body cause I want my body to last me as long as it possibly can. If you train hard and push it every day, your body is going to wear out. So I give my body time to recover.” ~ Ronnie Coleman
  • YEAAAAAAAH BUDDDYYYYY.” ~ Ronnie Coleman.
  • ” Good old Chicken”~ Ronnie Coleman.
  • LIGHTWEIGHT BABBY..”~ Ronnie Coleman.
  • “TIME TO BLEED”~ Ronnie Coleman.

Ronnie Coleman’s Injury

After losing to Jay Cutler in 2006, it was the end of the Ronnie Coleman era, and It began with blown-out plates in his back after his spine bone got too weak and was at a point it could break. At that point, as the torment deteriorated and more terrible, he had various medical procedures. Later he had hip substitutions, which raised him ruckus strolling during recovery; however there weren’t the primary factor in his close to finish weakening.

It was one medical procedure that specifically destroyed him. He had bars and pins screwed into three vertebrae in his back so they wouldn’t be so packed together. They were intertwined, primarily with “scaffolding” screwed into them. It assisted with the torment, a few, empowering him to prepare once more. He was as yet ready to stroll now. This is where things took a horrible turn for Ronnie. As indicated by his narrative, he, through one way or another, broke those screws that were a piece of the vertebrae combination. At the point when they split, they separated the bones where they got implanted pretty genuinely. He went from having some truly broken disks to genuinely having a crushed back. Torn in different spots. Starting here on, he has had an intense time. So it was a progression of things. The main reason being that fusion of spine but the spirit of a king remains of a king he still goes to the gym and busting all those weights he could. You would have never seen a sad face of Ronnie Coleman ever always he has a smile on his face no matter what, he is a true king, Ronnie lived his life as a king, and said that he had no regrets in his life, he did what it took to be a king no matter what the outcome he is facing now.

Greatest lifts of the KING

Ronnie Coleman lifted like a powerlifter with excellent form, some of his best lifts are:

1. Ronnie can do 400-Pound Dumbbell Bench Press. (200 pounds each dumbbell)

2. He Deadlifted 800 Pounds.

3. He squatted in the range of 800 pounds throughout his career.

4. Ronnie Coleman Leg pressed 2200 Pounds, which is almost 1000 kilograms INSANE strength he had.

Why he became the undisputed king of Mr. Olympia for 8 years in a row

The answer would be short and simple hard work. Despite all the hard work, he had some supreme genetics gifted to him by god. His body responded the best to all the diet, nutrition, and training he put on in spite of people saying he did drugs. The only reason he became the king was he competited many years naturally, yes you listened right. He even got to those pro stages naturally till the year 1992, after which steroids came into his life and then there was no turn back. This is the main reason he was and will be the king of bodybuilding.

Ronnie Coleman Latest photographs

A comparison of Ronnie Coleman of his early natural physique, (which most of the individuals won’t be able to attain with the use of anabolics) to what now he looks after going too many surgeries in life.

Ronnie Coleman THEN and NOW

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