After a Shaky Showing at the Prague Pro, is Michal Krizo Ready for the Olympia?

Michal Krizo looked a bit off at that Prague Pro.

After a bit of a shaky performance at the 2022 Prague Pro this past weekend, is Michal Krizo ready for the Olympia? While he may have earned a perfect score, Krizo did look a bit off at this past weekend’s show.

Well it seems that stand out bodybuilder Michal Krizo hit a bit of a snag at this past weekend Prague Pro. While the bodybuilder was able to ultimately win the show, Krizo looked less than his optimal self. Despite earning a perfect score in both the pre-judging and the final, Krizo showed a number of weaknesses that could find him in trouble at the 2022 Olympia.

For one many are questioning his dedication to competing. He was apparently late to the show and as such suffered a seriously underwhelming tan job. You could literally see the pro tan running down his body from his sweat. From a physique standpoint Krizo look truly impressive. Perhaps what is more concerning is that he didn’t have that impressive of a gas tank. Krizo was huffing and puffing on stage and his stamina has now been called into question. When he hast to face off with the other top bodybuilders in the men’s open division, he’ll have to contend with more than just their physical attributes. If Crusoe doesn’t have the wind to make it through pre-judging at the Olympia he can kiss his top 10 placing goodbye.

What Can Krizo Work On?

Michal Krizo certainly has all the tools necessary to be a top flight contender for the Mr. Olympia. But he’ll need to work on a number of things if he hopes to bring that dream to fruition. First and foremost, and this is pretty obvious, Krizo I will have to ensure that he arrives to the event with plenty of time. His performance at the Prague Pro was marred by his 10 being applied haphazardly. Had he given himself enough time such a thing wouldn’t have been an issue.

Michal Krizzo Will also have to work on his stamina. At times at the Prague Pro Krizo looked extremely tired and fatigued on stage. When we consider the fact that the Olympia will feature far more competitors than was present at the Prague show, it means that Krizo will have to hold poses for far longer than he had to at this past weekend’s show. So if he hopes to break into the top 10 and contend against the other best of the best bodybuilders in the world, including his old rival Blessing Awodibu, Krizo will have to work diligently on his stamina while on stage.

Michal Krizo has all the potential in the world but he’ll have to prove he’s worthy for the title of top bodybuilder by shoring up his weaknesses.

What do you think of Michael Krizo and his performance at the Prague Pro?

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News and Editorial Writer at Generation Iron, Jonathan Salmon is a writer, martial arts instructor, and geek culture enthusiast. Check out his YouTube, Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, and Sound Cloud for in-depth MMA analysis.

Managing editor of Generation Iron, Jonathan Salmon is a writer, martial arts instructor, and geek culture enthusiast. He has been writing about bodybuilding, combat sports, and strength sports for over 8 years. Check out his YouTube, Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, and Sound Cloud for in-depth MMA analysis.