Can Michal Krizo compete with the best of the best.
Ever since announcing that he’ll be competing in the NPC, many have wondered if Michal Krizo could compete with the top pros in the IFBB Pro League. While there are indeed many talented pros in Krizo’s previous federation, many have wondered how he stacks up against the best of the best as he sets his eyes on qualifying for the 2022 Olympia. Luckily we’ll have an answer to that question soon. Before that however, let’s do a little analysis on Krizo’s physique and his potential.
Michal Krizo has decided to make the move to the IFBB Pro League and it’s definitely had raised quite a few questions. Of course many of the best bodybuilders in the world compete in the IFBB Pro League. It’s the reason so many individuals have been crossing over from other federations. Those who wish to be considered the best of the best aim to compete in the IFBB Pro League because they know doing so will give them the opportunity to etch their name in the history books. Krizo joined for that very reason and as such he’ll have the opportunity to prove himself. But how exactly does he stack up against the best of the best?
When you consider the current top five bodybuilders in the Olympia, it’s clear that Michal Krizo belongs. Having out dueled the likes of Blessing Awodibu who is Olympia bound, Krizo has the ability to really shake things up in Men’s Open Bodybuilding. So how does Krizo stack up? Let’s take a closer look.
From The Front
From the front side shots Michal Krizo looks truly impressive. His front double bicep and most muscular poses are really dominant. He has massive amounts of muscle and is very detailed in every pose. From his arms to his legs, the definition on display from the front makes Krizo one of the most talented bodybuilders out there. He also has a pretty slim waist which makes his lats look even more impressive in the front double bicep.
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From The Back
From the back we see a bit of weaknesses. Michal Krizo has an impressive back, but there’s still room from growth in this department. He has some gaps he could fill in to really bring up his dominance. He has the frame and the potential, but really needs to add some size to his lats for the back poses. Luckily Krizo is wide enough to have some great potential in this department.
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Michal Krizo has both the size and conditioning necessary to make him a top contender. While he could use more mass on his quads and his lats, it’s clear that he could hang with top pros like Big Ramy, Hunter Labrada and Nick Walker. He’ll likely won’t be able to qualify for the 2022 Olympia this year, but he’s not far off from making waves in the IFBB Pro League.
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