Phil Heath abs are looking shredded.
Seven-time Mr. Olympia Phil Heath recently revealed a much improved midsection in his latest physique update. The former Olympia king is showing off some impressive abs in a recent post to social media.
They say you can’t turn back the hands of time and honestly that’s true. There’s no way you can go back in time and hope to make a different decision. Part of being human is seizing the moment while you can since you’ll never get another opportunity. But it appears that seven-time Olympia champion Phil Heath didn’t get the memo.
While it’s unclear if the bodybuilding legend is retired or will make a return what is certain is that Phil Heath is still hard at work in the gym. A recent physique update has many wondering if the former Olympia king will make a comeback.
New and Improved Midsection
In recent years the biggest criticism that Phil Heath received was for his lacking midsection. His abs weren’t what they once were and it showed. It would prove to be the very thing that saw him dethroned back in 2018. But since then Heath has made improvements to his midsection as seen at the 2020 Olympia. While he didn’t win the show he at least showed the possibility of making a return to form.
Now in his most recent physique update Phil Heath is showing off an even more improved set of abs.
Sunday Leg Day!!!!
I’ve got goals and it is by no means just in my physique.
I’ve accomplished a ton in my sport, but what my next climb on this mountain of life is something which im gonna be most proud of!
The coolest thing is setting big challenges for yourself because you know it’ll be something which you’re putting forth maximum effort, intellect, sacrifice and perseverance. Your consistency while dealing with life’s curve balls will dictate just how bad you want it and that’s what separates the winners from the losers. Trust me I’ve been humbled many times from being out worked and what has made me want more is creating a more passionate “why”. This has enabled me to look deeper into my heart and figure out just how I’m going to navigate and respond versus react because responding takes more patience and understanding.
My life has definitely been filled with wins and losses, but those losses have produced more wins by learning from those moments of failing that I’m overjoyed with gratitude that God has provided me strength to keep pushing forward.
What’s going to push you through your darkest moment?
What type of language do you speak to yourself when no one is around?
Remember that finger pointing isn’t gonna do anything other than show you three more fingers pointing back at yourself.
I hope you’re providing yourself some hard questions and developing some real honest answers which will propel you toward personal greatness.
I know it’s not easy, but like an old coach once told me, “if it was easy Son, everybody would be champions!”
Have a great week!!!
Love to All!!!!
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It may have been leg day but it’s clear Phil Heath is doing well in the midsection department. What do you make of this physique update?
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.