How Lee Labrada Shares How He Stays in Incredible Shape at Age 60!

Lee Labrada hasn’t lost a step.

A true veteran of the bodybuilding game, Lee Labrada has come to be known for his insane aesthetics. Throughout his professional career, Labrada showcased a physique that was not only well muscled, but absolutely shredded.

There’s no doubt that Lee Labrada was one of the most well conditioned bodybuilders in history. He also possessed some pretty impressive posing skills as well.

Even now at age 60 Lee Labrada has maintained that same incredible physique.With genetics like that it’s no wonder that Hunter Labrada has been able to follow in his father’s footsteps.

How does he do it? Well the legendary bodybuilder addresses just that in his latest Instagram post.

“So I have fans and friends ask me, “Lee, what kind of shape are you in these days?” I couldn’t resist. Not bad for 60 years old right? Makes the case for muscle maturity. I’ve been training with weight religiously since I was 16 years old. I still train with weights almost every day, and on days that I don’t, I do cardio.

“I also eat a clean diet, but it’s not restricted calorically. Which means I’m never hungry. I eat as much as I want of clean foods: lots of fish, chicken and dairy, lots of fruits and vegetables, rice, yams and oatmeal, and I try to stick with whole foods. When I’m in a hurry and can’t sit down to eat, I drink my Lean Body shakes with 40g of protein and zero sugar. Nothing too fancy, just good nutrition.

“Consistency is the key. I follow this program pretty much every day. Share this with a friend that can benefit from it. If you want my 12 week lean body program, you can get it free on leanbody.com. Blessings to you all!”

 

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So I have fans and friends ask me, “Lee, what kind of shape are you in these days?” I couldn’t resist. Not bad for 60 years old right? Makes the case for muscle maturity. I’ve been training with weight religiously since I was 16 years old. I still train with weights almost every day, and on days that I don’t, I do cardio. I also eat a clean diet, but it’s not restricted calorically. Which means I’m never hungry. I eat as much as I want of clean foods: lots of fish, chicken and dairy, lots of fruits and vegetables, rice, yams and oatmeal, and I try to stick with whole foods. When I’m in a hurry and can’t sit down to eat, I drink my Lean Body shakes with 40g of protein and zero sugar. Nothing too fancy, just good nutrition. Consistency is the key. I follow this program pretty much every day. Share this with a friend that can benefit from it. If you want my 12 week lean body program, you can get it free on leanbody.com. Blessings to you all! Lee #bodybuilding #leelabrada #labrada

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There’s no doubt that muscle maturity has played a major role. That means putting in the work to earn that muscle in the first place. Are you remaining consistent in your training?

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Managing Editor 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.

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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.