These Pics of Maxx Charles are Incredible! Should He Have Placed Higher at the NY Pro?

Maxx Charles looked impressive at the NY Pro.

The 2020 NY Pro showcased some of the best in bodybuilding today. The field was filled with veterans and newcomers alike, showing the diversity of talent in the Open Bodybuilding division. The eventual winner was Iain Valliere who has spent years cultivating an impressive physique to earn the top spot.

But the show wasn’t without controversy. Some also believed that veteran competitor Maxx Charles should have placed higher at the show.

Doing his prep with legend Milos Sarcev, Maxx Charles has shown vast improvement. Despite the global health crisis making training at gyms difficult, Charles was able to take the necessary steps in preparation to bring a truly impressive physique to the stage.

 

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@maxx_charles day before (last 3 pictures were from 2 days before) New York Pro. People that don’t know Max would not ever believe that Max did not train in the Gym from March, when Corona Lockdown started in New York. First time he went to Gym is when Big Steve opened his @bevsgym – so many days ago. It is actually mind boggling that Max could get in this kind of shape pretty much training in the room with few dumbbells, bench, barbell and a leg-press machine…He is absolute genetic freak and destined for bodybuilding greatness. This year so far didn’t go too much in his favor – but I am sure he made millions of true bodybuilding fans around the world as he is epitome of “bodybuilders bodybuilder”.

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Despite his great progress Maxx Charles came in fifth place. Many believe that he at least deserved to place in the top three. Milos Sarcev posted more images of Charles on stage at the NY Pro.

 

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@maxx_charles – 2020 New York Pro

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Do you think Maxx Charles should have placed higher than fifth at the NY Pro?

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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.