Neil Hill Unveils Game Plan for the Open Weight Debut of Flex Lewis

Flex Lewis is taking his physique to the next level.

Many bodybuilding shows have been cancelled due to the global health crisis. Despite that fact, the biggest show of the year, the Olympia, is on schedule for December.

The best bodybuilders in the world are prepping for the big day, including Brandon Curry and former champ Dexter Jackson. But perhaps the most anticipated competitor could be James ‘Flex’ Lewis.

Set to make his debut in the open weight division, Flex Lewis has been hard at work. Coming up from the 212 division, Flex Lewis has been pushing his physique to the next level. Packing on massive amounts of muscle in hopes of contending with the other massive competitors, Flex Lewis is looking beastly.

Under the eye of coach Neil Hill, Flex Lewis looks poised to potentially pull off an upset. The post below shows exactly how far the former 212 champion has pushed his physique.


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So we have been keeping food pretty low over the past 8 week’s, allowing for Flex’s body to really rest up & his digestive system to be super cleansed before we start our Full proper off season in just 2 weeks from now * * Then at 14 weeks out from show day we start our Full Pre-Contest Prep where his body will become hyper responsive to start growing into the show, no more making weight limits, now it’s all about bringing some Extraordinary to the stage* * He’s already 12lbs up and leaner than past preps at this point. It’s been a Very positive time away from the stage for Team #y3t athlete @flex_lewis * * We are looking forward to bringing a New exciting look to Las Vegas & the 2020 @mrolympiallc contest * * @alir87 @ifbbpro_league

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