Andrew Jacked Trains Legs, Gets Posing Tips From Flex Wheeler

Flex Wheeler took some time to give advice to Andrew Jacked ahead of his next competition.

Andrew Jacked is preparing to turn some heads during the 2022 Arnold Classic Amateur coming up. The winner of the show will earn his Pro Card and qualify for the 2023 Arnold Classic. Recently, Jacked was seen training with a legendary bodybuilder who knows a thing or two about the Arnold Classic. Flex Wheeler joined Andrew Jacked for a leg day and shared some posing advice following the session.

Wheeler won the Arnold Classic four times during his illustrious career. He is still active in the bodybuilding world sharing his wisdom and this time, it was with one of the up-and-coming talents. Jacked has been working with Wheeler, and Milos Sarcev, as he attempts to earn his Pro Card at the Arnold Amateur.

Andrew Jacked took to Instagram to show a massive leg day, along with some posing, with Wheeler.

“Heavy presses, Light Presses Same Reps Same Mentality Same Goal. Stay Focused on The Mission!

Yesszzziirrr !!!
@officialflexwheeler
Flex wheeler athlete”

 

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Flex Wheeler does not train Andrew Jacked regularly but this is not the first time that the duo has gotten together. Back in December, the two were seen together as Jacked was preparing for what could be a special 2022 season. He has a chance to have a massive year that involves his Pro Card and an automatic qualification to the second biggest bodybuilding show of the year.

It is clear that Andrew Jacked has focused on his legs as an area of improvement. There are noticeable changes to his quads and hamstrings over the last few months. Jacked is not shy about posting physique updates and when he does, he looks better than the one before. This is important as he enters the 2022 season leading up to the Arnold Classic Amateur.

Jacked has not hesitated to reach out to some of the biggest names in the sport and this is not a bad path to take. Wheeler has competed at the Olympia seven times taking home four top-three finishes, including three silver medals. He is one of the best Arnold Classic competitors ever with four victories. He trails only Dexter Jacksonwho won the event five times.

Andrew Jacked looks the part of an IFBB professional and he will have a chance to take that final step. With the help of Flex Wheeler and other bodybuilding legends, Jacked could be ready to win the Arnold Classic Amateur.

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Greg has covered the four major sports for six years and has been featured on sites such as Sports Illustrated, Fox Sports, SB Nation, NJ.com, and FanSided. Now, he is transitioning into the world of bodybuilding and strength sports.