10 Best Biceps in the History of Bodybuilding

10 Best Biceps in the History of Bodybuilding

Many people get a gym membership so they can have bigger arms. Bigs arms have long been the symbol of strength and masculinity. For some men, the size of their ego is directly proportional to the size of their arms.

In this article, we won’t just be focusing on the size of the biceps. We’ll also be looking at the bicep definition and the bicep-forearm proportions. Warning: Don’t get too close to the pythons, they might bite you.

Best Biceps in the Bodybuilding History

Roelly Winklaar

 

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Roelly Winklaar arguably has the best arms in the history of bodybuilding. The size, roundness and overall aesthetics of his arms are second to none. The Dutch athlete is slowly but surely turning into a mass monster.

Flex Lewis

 

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Flex Lewis is a bodybuilding legend and a 7X 212 Mr. Olympia champion. The signature Flex Lewis definition and proportions are what have got him those seven 212 Olympia titles. There are only a few guys whose forearms and biceps are almost the same size, and Flex is one of them.

Arnold Schwarzenneger

 

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There is no way we could leave the GOAT out of this list. Arnie is the reason why many people have started bodybuilding in the first place. While training his arms, the Governator visualized them to be mountains which they soon turned out to be.

Larry Scott

 

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Larry was the first ever Mr. Olympia and held the title for two consecutive years. Scott was nicknamed “The Legend” and “The Golden Boy” and he did justice to those titles. Larry had a perfectly chiseled physique in the days when bodybuilding was just getting started.

Phil Heath

 

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Phil is a legend himself and is a 7X Mr. Olympia winner tying in with the great Austrian Oak. Phil is blessed with great genetics and the striations in his biceps are proof of this fact.

Kevin Levrone

 

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Levrone arguably has one of the best physiques on the planet and people refer to him as an uncrowned Mr. Olympia. Kevin had exceptionally defined guns and what separated him from the rest was the separation between his bicep and shoulder.

Paul Dillett

 

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Paul Dillett was a bodybuilder on the larger side of the mass monster spectrum – and his bulging biceps were certainly a large part of his amazing physique. While he didn’t ever earn the title of Mr. Olympia, he has been known to many fans as one of the greatest in the history of the sport.

Flex Wheeler

 

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Flex Wheeler is another bodybuilding legend known for his symmetry. Every time Flex Wheeler pulled out his guns, people ran to take cover. Wheeler had a great front double bicep pose where his tris complimented his bis.

Kai Greene

 

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Kai had long been a Mr. Olympia contender and gave Phil Heath the run for his money. It is sad to see Greene not compete anymore and we miss seeing him pull out those pythons from the basket.

Ronnie Coleman

 

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Coleman is the original mass monster. Big Ron broke all the standards with his sheer muscle size. Ronnie’s arms kept getting bigger with every passing year until his last year of competing.


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