Regan Grimes Gives Physique Update Ahead Of 2021 Olympia

Regan Grimes is looking massive as we approach the biggest competition of the year.

Regan Grimes made the transition from Classic Physique to Men’s Open and has been an intriguing competitor ever since. He has not been able to make a huge impact just yet but that could change as we approach the 2021 Olympia.

Grimes has always had an incredible physique but he seemed to be a bit undersized for Men’s Open. That could be changing and Grimes is not shy about showing off his progress. The Canadian bodybuilder recently showed his recent progress ahead of the biggest competition of the year.

▪️30 Mins Fasted Cardio
Meal 1
2 Whole Eggs + 5oz Chicken
130g Oatmeal + 1 Cup Blueberries
Meal 2 [ Pre-Workout ]
6oz Chicken + 400g Rice + Banana

Finishing up my Hamstring & Glute workout thought I would hit some poses and see how we are looking!”


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“Post workout will be another 150g carbs & 100g with meals 4,5,6! 😁 It’s a good day! Tomorrow morning update with coach @dorian_hamilton should be our best look yet! Excited for the weeks to come leading into the @mrolympiallc 🙏🏼 @gatsupplements#TeamGat

Regan Grimes has put on visible mass. He included his workout and a meal in his caption along with recent poses from the front and side. Grimes mentioned the Olympia so it is clear that his sights are set on a better performance in 2021.

Last year, Grimes finished 15th at the Olympia. This was his first appearance in the Men’s Open division. He finished eighth at the 2018 Olympia in the Classic Physique division. This was also his final competition before making the transition.

Grimes has four top-three finishes since joining Men’s Open. This includes a win at the 2020 Romania Muscle Fest Pro. This is one of the reasons that Grimes has been a dark-horse prospect since coming to Men’s Open.

There is no doubt that Regan Grimes is ready for a stronger performances on stage this year. The Olympia will take place from Oct. 7-10 in Orlando. Grimes will have a chance to compete against some of the top athletes in the world and by the looks of his progress, Grimes is ready to make some noise.

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Greg Patuto
Greg has covered the four major sports for six years and has been featured on sites such as Sports Illustrated, Fox Sports, SB Nation,, and FanSided. Now, he is transitioning into the world of bodybuilding and strength sports.