Breon Ansley Shares Massive Leg Workout, Plans To Compete At 2022 Tampa Pro

Breon Ansley shared a workout that he is using ahead of the 2022 Tampa Pro.

Breon Ansley has been one of the top competitors in Classic Physique for years now and continues to compete at a high level. The former Olympia champ recently went thought a massive leg day and shared his plan to compete at the 2022 Tampa Pro.

Ansley won back-to-back Olympia titles in 2017 and 2018. The next year, he was defeated by Chris Bumstead and this is when he began his reign. In October, Ansley finished third at the Olympia, behind both Bumstead and Terrence Ruffin. Classic Physique is continuing to improve and that was on full display during the 2022 Arnold Classic.

In Columbus, Urs Kalecinski and Ramon Rocha Queiroz burst onto the scene even further. Ruffin won his second consecutive Arnold Classic but it was Queiroz who finished as the runner-up while Kalecinski finished third. Ansley was unhappy with his finish during this show and will undoubtedly work to improve his physique even further.

Breon Ansley Leg Day Routine

During a YouTube video Ansley shared, he showed off a mass-building leg workout but also revealed his plan to compete at the Tampa Pro this year. This is something that he did not share until this video was made.

“We are 16 weeks out from the Tampa. I was never really putting the show out there but you heard it here first, here now. You guys are definitely worthy of knowing the information first. My family. So that’s what it’s going to be guys. The Tampa Pro, 16-weeks out, I’m 197 lbs right now so I’m ahead of the game. I’m going to be at 180 at the weight cap in about another 10 weeks. So I want to be right at the weight cap 6 or 7 weeks out.”

Breon Ansley’s preparation continued in the gym with a massive leg workout featuring a “new master plan.” Ansley will focus on high-volume during this workout to remain leaner for a longer period of time.

  • Leg Extensions: 2 sets of 6, 1 set of 10
  • Lying Hamstring Curl: 1 set of 6, 1 set of 7, 1 set of 8
  • Smith Machine Squats: 1 set of 5, 1 set of 9, 1 set of 5
  • Bodyweight Bulgarian Split Squats: 1 set of 9, 1 set of 11, 1 set of 15
  • Sissy Squat Machine: 1 set of 5
  • Barbell Walking Lunges
  • Standing Calf Machine: 1 set of 5, 1 set of 8
  • Sitting Calf Machine: 1 set of 5

“This new master plan that we’re putting together this time, that’s going to be the difference. So if I’m leaner over a longer period of time, you guys know usually I’m at 180 like the last two days before weigh ins or the last day before weigh in.”

Breon Ansley has decided to step on stage prior to the Olympia to see the progress he has made. This is a measuring stick to how he will look come December. After the Arnold Classic, it is clear that Ansley decided to shake things up and will feature a new plan.

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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,, and FanSided. Now, he is transitioning into the world of bodybuilding and strength sports.