Nathan De Asha is still training hard.
While everyone else is at home trying to figure out how to maintain their gains, Nathan De Asha is putting in work at his gym. The top ten bodybuilder is still training hard despite the pandemic.
Nathan De Asha was set to make his comeback at the Arnold Classic 2020. Unfortunately the coronavirus stopped that in its tracks.
While he didn’t have a chance to show his work at the Arnold Classic, Nathan De Asha is still training hard. Rather than stay cooped up at home, De Asha has his own gym to train out of to keep his gains.
Recently Nathan De Asha tackled the challenge of the 220 Lbs dumbbell bench press. Take a look at the incredible feat.
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220lb ( 100kg ) incline press EASY!! So many people going on like this is hard and unusual ha. Told you we get lads at my gym @prophecyperformancecentre banging them out for fun. After doing 10 reps on 30kg up to 80kg I thought why not toss these up ha just another day at the blue lagoon. A real gym. Thanks to all the lads pushing us along. ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖ @revive_md deasha20 @lovehempuk nathan20 All codes 20% off so take advantage of it. ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖ #theprophecy #liverpool #takingoverthecity #bluelagoon #ifbb #ifbbpro #usa #shredded #motivational #scouser #allornothing #0151 #takingoverthecity #revivemd #teamrevive #bluelagoon#prophecyperformancecentre #teamoxygen #o2gyms #teamaskar #mrolympia #headbandcrew #lovehempuk #hemprevolution #cbd #calm #relaxation #cbdtakeover
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