The biography, life, and accomplishments of Ramon Rocha Queiroz

A quickly rising name in the bodybuilding world, the classic physique division in particular, is Ramon Rocha Queiroz, also known as Ramon Dino. Coming in 2nd place at the 2022 and 2023 Mr. Olympia, Ramon is right on the heels of reigning champ, Chris Bumstead, and a lot of fans believe that he has what it takes to eventually dethrone the reigning champion.

Below is a complete breakdown of Ramon Rocha Queiroz’s profile, stats, biography, training and diet regimens.

Full Name: Ramon Rocha Queiroz (Classic Physique Bodybuilder)

Weight Height Date Of Birth
231lbs 5’11” 02/09/1995
Division Era Nationality
Classic Physique 2020 Brazilian



Image courtesy of Instagram (@ramondinopro)

Ramon Rocha Queiroz, otherwise known as Ramon “Dino”, was born in February 9, 1995 in Acre, Brazil, however he was raised in Portugal. Ramon currently does not share much regarding his family and personal life. It is known that he completed his basic education at a local private school in his hometown, but he did not attend further education as he had his eye on the prize and wanted to pursue bodybuilding professionally. Clearly that worked out, as he is one of the most mentioned names in the industry right now.

Ramon’s Competition History

Ramon Dino is still relatively a fresh face on the bodybuilding scene, yet he still has made a large splash in the community. His professional competitive career started in 2018, at the Olympia Amateur Brazil, at which he earned his IFBB Pro Card.

During the years of 2019 and 2020, Ramon was not competing. The reason for his absence is unknown, but he made a remarkable return to the stage in 2021, looking sharper than he ever had.

Ramon came in 2nd place at the 2021 Europa Pro, then went on to earn himself a 5th place spot on the Olympia stage that same year. He finished the 2021 year out at the Muscle Contest Brazil, taking first place.

In 2022, Ramon appeared first at the Arnold Classic, taking second place right behind Terrence Ruffin. Then, came the 2022 Mr. Olympia, where he took 2nd place to the champion Chris Bumstead himself.

Image courtesy of Instagram (@ramondinopro)

Ramon (Dino) Rocha Queiroz Training

Ramon Dino’s training is something that is truly classic. While many bodybuilders will focus largely on higher volume, Ramon believes in moving massive weights, more volume, and less rest between sets. However, he also is a firm believer in utilizing compound movements like squats, the barbell bench press, and deadlifts. These are movements that many bodybuilders tend to leave out of their training regimens nowadays, and instead turn to machines and cables.

Ramon obviously still utilizes the isolation exercises to fine tune the muscular detail of his body, but sticks to the heavy compounds to put on the muscle density. He knows that when he is on stage, the judges are looking at every single detail on his body, and he has to be ready for that, which is why his training involves diverse movements.

When it comes to cardio, Ramon focuses more on this in the on-season rather than the off-season. During the off-season he is focused mainly on getting in calories and packing on muscle mass, so cardio is not used as much. However, in the on-season, Ramon is trying to get as shredded as possible while keeping his muscle mass.

Recovery is a huge part of the growing process when it comes to bodybuilding, especially for Ramon Dino. He knows that during sleep, growth hormone levels dramatically improve, leading to more muscle mass and less fat.

Ramon (Dino) Rocha Queiroz Nutrition

Ramon is an avid meal prep kind of guy. Competing is a full time job, and the diet is just another part of that job, and life can get busy. So, rather than relying on meal replacements and protein shakes to hit his macros, Ramon likes to have his meals prepped and ready to go, as it makes life that much easier. When he travels, Ramon will order a meal prep service or eat out at a healthy place.

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Some of the stable foods of Ramon Dino include:

Diet is a huge part of competing, and even though the list of foods may not look like much, they go a long way as the proper nutrients help to repair and grow muscle mass, as well as keep body fat low. A clean diet mixed with adequate training and rest periods goes a further than you may think when it comes to bodybuilding, and fitness as a whole.

Ramon Rocha Queiroz Personal Life

Image courtesy of Instagram (@ramondinopro)

Ramon has attracted millions of followers across different social media platforms, especially since his second place finish at the 2022 Olympia. Currently, his Instagram has over 2.3 million followers and his YouTube channel has over 270 thousand subscribers and counting. Many speculate that he may take the classic physique crown in the near future, possibly even knocking Chris Bumstead off of the throne. Although they are rivals in the division, the two certainly are friendly.

Regarding his life outside of just competing, Ramon is married to Vitoria Viana Queiroz, and they have a little baby boy named Ravi.

Ramon also is also sponsored by the supplement company, Max Titanium Supplements, a pretty big name in bodybuilding. He also promoted the Brazilian sportswear brand, ArmyBR.

Aside from sponsorships and prize money from competitions, Ramon also has his own merchandise store named Ramon Dino Gear. He has hoodies, jerseys, shirts, and more.

Ramon Rocha (Dino) Queiroz Wrap Up

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Overall, Ramon Dino is a rising name in the bodybuilding world. The Brazilian born, Portugal raised, classic physique competitor brings an excellent package to the stage each year. This year he came in second place, right behind the reigning champ, Chris Bumstead.

Ramon has a wife and child outside of competing, as well as a merchandise shop, social media presence, and sponsorships. But, even with all that going on, he still comes in laser focused at each competition.

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Dylan Wolf
I work mainly in content writing, focusing my free time on bodybuilding and strength sports. I was introduced to fitness in high school and after watching Generation Iron movies. I love to train. I have competed multiple times, even winning a junior title in classic physique. I have a bachelor's in criminal justice and business obtained through Alvernia University. When I am not focused on work or training, I enjoy watching films or reading about anything and everything.