Bodybuilding Coach And NPC Judge Guy Del Corso Has Passed Away

Bodybuilding coach and Npc judge Guy Del Corso has passed away.
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Guy Del Corso built a legendary career in many areas in the sport of bodybuilding.

Legendary bodybuilding coach and former NPC judge Guy Del Corso passed away on Thursday morning.

The news was shared by Del Corso’s family on his official Instagram page. The official cause of death was not shared but Del Corso suffered a stroke earlier this month. His family gave updates on his condition and current health after.

“We’re saddened to announce our father Guy has passed away peacefully today around 7 am. He was loved by all who knew him and will be missed terribly. It’s hard to believe this is real. Thank you guys for praying for us so hard. You know know my dad would love that! Please know he loved each and every one of you. He truly did.”

The outgoing of support and love for Del Corso has been shown on social media while others have made it a point to visit his family.


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The Career of Guy Del Corso

Guy Del Corso developed a passion for fitness at a young age and worked to get to where he was. He faced challenges early on in his journeys but continued to battle. A Hawthorne, NJ obituary shared that Del Corso was inspired as a teenager after looking through a bodybuilding magazine. This was the moment he dedicated himself to improving his physique while helping others do the same.

Del Corso was able to create a diet and workout plan that worked best for him and eventually moved onto helping others.

“It’s amazing to know there are so many great people out there. We are so thankful for everyone. We will keep everyone up to date on arrangements. We do ask you to keep us in your thoughts and prayers as we continue to grieve this loss. The greatest Guy we’ll ever know.”

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Greg Patuto
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.