Olympia Champion Hadi Choopan Looks Shredded In Recent Physique Update Six Weeks Out

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Hany Rambod shared an update with bodybuilder Hadi Choopan six weeks out of the 2023 Olympia.

Bodybuilder Hadi Choopanis six weeks away from defending his Olympia title. After winning his first title in December, Choopan might be putting together an even better physique for this year’s show. Recently, Hany Rambod shared an update with Choopan where he is looking shredded.

In December of 2022, Choopan was able to reach the top of the scorecards during the biggest competition of the year in professional bodybuilding. This came after many close calls, including a third-place finish in 2021 Olympia. Over the years, Choopan has impressed with his incredible conditioning and symmetry within his physique. As the division gets bigger and better, Choopan seems to be doing the same.

The 2022 Olympia saw two-time champion, Big Ramy take a step back but some new threats emerged. Derek Lunsford made the jump from 212 and finished as the runner-up in his first Men’s Open competition. Samson Dauda was victorious during the 2023 Arnold Classic and has made significant strides under the guidance of Milos Sarcev.

As the calendar marches on and summer ends, Hadi Choopan continues to work to build the best physique possible in attempts to defend his Olympia title.

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Hadi Choopan Recent Update

Rambod shared a photo of himself with Hadi Choopan where the champion is showing off his shredded midsection.

“Once again… it’s on! 👊🏽”


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The Men’s Open division continues to grow in talent. There are many competitors hoping to take a step forward this year, just like Lunsford last season.

Hadi Choopan has shared a handful of physique updates that have come with time in between. Following the 2023 Pittsburgh Pro, he sent a message to other competitors. Choopan was unable to make the show to guest pose in person but did share his own update.

In Pittsburgh, Derek Lunsford and Nick Walker headlined a deep group that appeared on stage. Of course, these were the two competitors that finished second and third respectively behind Choopan. For Lunsford, this was the event in 2022 where he first caught eyes as a Men’s Open competitor. His first show was the Olympia and he was able to defeat everyone but Choopan.

It will be interesting to see if any competitor is able to match the overall conditioning of Choopan, who might have the best in the sport. If he comes in at his best, Hadi Choopan has a chance to clinch his second Olympia title.

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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.