Hunter Labrada is the dark horse of the Open Weight division.
Bodybuilding can truly be a game of inches. If even one body part is off it can cost a competitor a victory. That’s why bodybuilders work so hard on their bulking, cutting, and posing routines. No stone can go unturned.
It appears that this is the approach Hunter Labrada is taking ahead of the Tampa Pro.
While so many have been focused on whether or not Kai Greene or Phil Heath will make an appearance at the 2020 Olympia, Hunter Labrada has been hard at work looking to rise up the ranks. While he may not be a title threat at the moment, Labrada is certainly a dark horse in the division.
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There’s something about that last week before a show that’s special to me. The work becomes easier, ever though it’s harder, I start relaxing more since I know I’m ready, even though the shows closer than ever. Calm before the storm if you will🌊 – – Episode 5 of my “win the day” series with @labradanutrition drops later today, so be sure to keep an eye out for that! – – Finally, if you use my pics, tag the photographer: 📷 @kyle_wurzel #wintheday #teamlabrada #gasp #avufitness #revivemd #prodebut #1weekout
His recent progress pics show just how much of a threat Hunter Labrada could be if he keeps on this path.
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