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Ronnie Coleman Bodybuilding Biography

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Ronnie Coleman Bodybuilding Biography

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Ronnie Coleman is A well known and now Retired IFBB Pro Bodybuilder. He holds 8 Mr. Olympia Titles and has won many other bodybuilding competitions. Read on to learn more about his lifestyle.


Ronnie Coleman Retired IFBB Pro Bodybuilder
VITAL STATS:
Name: Ronald Dean Coleman
Date Of Birth: May 13, 1964
Residence: Texas, USA
Height: 5’11”
Weight: 296lbs
Occupation: Bodybuilder
Website: n/a

Ronald Dean Coleman Biography

Ronald Dean Coleman was born in Monroe, Louisiana, USA on May 13th 1964. Nicknamed “Big Ron” he is well known for his eight-time Mr. Olympia title, winning the contest consecutively from 1998 to 2005. He also holds the record for the most wins as a professional IFBB Bodybuilder.

In his younger years he attended Grambling State University in Louisiana and graduated with a degree in accounting. During his time at the Grambling State University he also played as a middle linebacker for the school’s football team the GSU Tigers coached by the well known Eddie Robinson.

After his graduation Coleman became a Police officer. One of his fellow officers recommended him to join the local gym known as Metroflex. Brian Dobson was the gym owner and offered Coleman a free lifetime membership if he allowed him to train him up for the upcoming contest Mr. Texas.

Coleman went on to win the Mr. Texas title along with several other wins including NPC Texas Championships and in 1991 he took the Mr. Universe title which qualified him to enter professional contest’s sponsored by the IFBB.

Coleman won his first profesional competition in 1995 at The Canada Pro Cup. The following year he won the contest again. Followed by a another first place win in 1997 for The Russian Grand Prix. Coleman went on to win many professional titles including eight straight Mr. Olympia titles.

Coleman’s approach to both his diet for training and his workout routine is ordered and logical based upon first “what he has been taught” then modified to work for “what really works”. Good muscle genetics alone cannot account for an athlete like Ronnie Coleman’s successes. His routines are adjusted to keep him in shape, increase his density and definition and that iron will keeps it all on track. This is truly the biography of a winner.

Contest History

3rd

1990 NPC Nationals

4th

1991 NPC Nationals

14th

1991 NPC USA Championships

1st

1991 IFBB World Ametuer Championships

11th

1992 IFBB Chicago Pro Invitational

14th

1992 IFBB Night Of Champions

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1992 IFBB Mr Olympia

6th

1993 IFBB Chicago Pro Invitational

4th

1993 IFBB Grand Prix France

6th

1993 IFBB Grand Prix Germany

6th

1993 IFBB Niagara Falls Pro Invitational

3rd

1994 IFBB Grand Prix France

3rd

1994 IFBB Grand Prix Germany (2)

15th

1994 IFBB Mr Olympia

4th

1994 IFBB San Jose Pro Invitational

1st

1995 IFBB Canada Pro Cup

4th

1995 IFBB Grand Prix France

6th

1995 IFBB Grand Prix Russia

3rd

1995 IFBB Grand Prix Ukraine

6th

1995 IFBB Houston Pro Invitational

3rd

1995 IFBB Night Of Champions

11th

1995 IFBB Mr Olympia

1st

1996 IFBB Canada Pro Cup

2nd

1996 IFBB Florida Pro Invtational

5th

1996 IFBB Grand Prix England

5th

1996 IFBB Grand Prix Germany

5th

1996 IFBB Grand Prix Spain

2nd

1996 IFBB Night Of Champions

6th

1996 IFBB Mr Olympia

4th

1997 IFBB Arnold Classic

4th

1997 IFBB Grand Prix Czech Republic

5th

1997 IFBB Grand Prix England

3rd

1997 IFBB Grand Prix Finland

5th

1997 IFBB Grand Prix Germany

6th

1997 IFBB Grand Prix Hungary

1st

1997 IFBB Grand Prix Russia

7th

1997 IFBB Grand Prix Spain

3rd

1997 IFBB Ironman Pro Invitational

9th

1997 IFBB Mr Olympia

6th

1997 IFBB San Jose Pro Invitational

1st

1998 IFBB Grand Prix Finland

1st

1998 IFBB Grand Prix Germany

1st

1998 IFBB Night OF Champions

1st

1998 IFBB Mr Olympia

2nd

1998 IFBB San Francisco Pro Invitational

1st

1998 IFBB Toronto Pro Invitational

1st

1999 IFBB Grand Prix England

1st

1999 IFBB Mr Olympia

1st

1999 IFBB World Pro Championships

1st

2000 IFBB Grand Prix England

1st

2000 IFBB Mr Olympia

1st

2000 IFBB World Pro Championships

1st

2001 IFBB Arnold Classic

1st

2001 IFBB Grand Prix New Zealand

1st

2001 IFBB Mr Olympia

1st

2002 IFBB Grand Prix Holland

1st

2002 IFBB Mr Olympia

2nd

2002 IFBB Show Of Strength Pro Championship

1st

2003 IFBB Grand Prix Russia

1st

2003 IFBB Mr Olympia

1st

2004 IFBB Grand Prix England

1st

2004 IFBB Grand Prix Holland

1st

2004 IFBB Grand Prix Russia

1st

2004 IFBB Mr Olympia

1st

2005 IFBB Mr Olympia

2nd

2006 IFBB Grand Prix Austria

2nd

2006 IFBB Grand Prix Holland

2nd

2006 IFBB Grand Prix Romania

2nd

2006 IFBB Mr Olympia

4th

2007 IFBB Mr. Olympia

 

 



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