Breon Ansley believes that a pro bodybuilder can’t build more than 10 pounds of muscle in one year.
With the release of Enhanced 2 The Max, a lot of controversy is rising up again around Tony Huge and his extreme claims. One such claim and a major part of the story in this documentary sequel revolves around trying to use drugs to build 15 pounds (or more) of lean muscle in just one week. You can watch the film here to see if he succeeds.
But according to Breon Ansley, not only is that impossible but it’s even impossible to build 10 pounds of muscle in a whole year. Pulling from our past interview with Breon Ansley (from our ‘A Conversation…’ series), his statements directly contradict Tony Huge’s recent claims.
Breon Ansley is a pro bodybuilder who has been training and competing for over nine years. He’s also a 2x Classic Physique Olympia champion. That kind of pedigree earns a level of trust when it comes to matters of building muscle. According to Breon, no pro bodybuilder can ever build 10 pounds of lean muscle in one year – that’s why so many Men’s Open competitors end up having distended stomachs. They try to gain too much muscle in one year and end up looking too soft and too big.
Tony Huge thinks that all you need is one week given the right cocktail of performance enhancing drugs. He also claims to have the statistics and science to prove it based off his underground experiments.
So what do you think? Check out the GI Exclusive interview clip from our Breon Ansley interview above. Then check out Enhanced 2 The Max and see which case seems more true.
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