Regan Grimes reveals his physique weeks out from the Olympia.
Regan Grimes looks to be ready to take the Olympia stage. The budding bodybuilding prospect has revealed his physique 9 weeks out from the 2021 show. From the looks of things, Grimes is ready to contend with some of the best of the world. But how up to date are these progress pics?
It’s been awhile since we’ve seen Regan Grimes step on stage. The bodybuilding prospect was able to qualify for the 2021 Olympia back in 2020. Since then Grimes has been diligently working on his physique behind the scenes. While he may have earned his spot at the 2021 show, Grimes still had a ways to go if he wants to contend with bodybuilders at the top of the division.
This off season appears to have paid off for Regan Grimes as he sets himself up to potentially break the top 10 in the division. Grimes posted a collage of several photos on his Instagram page. In the caption the budding prospect implied that the progress pics are of himself 9 weeks out from the Olympia.
Bigger Than Last Time! 9 Weeks Out
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From the look of things it appears that Regan Grimes has been taking care of his biggest drawback. The biggest weakness for Grimes since making his return to the Men’s Open Bodybuilding division is his lack of size.
In order to compete against the best bodybuilders in the world Regan Grimes needed to pack on some muscle. From the looks of things, Grimes has achieved his goal. With 9 weeks until the Olympia, you can bet Grimes will continue to pack on the muscle in hopes of making himself a major threat. We must also consider the fact that these progress pics could have been taken at any point during his off season. It’s the new trend to post older pics in hopes of throwing off the competition come showtime. For now we’ll just have to assume this is the most up to date version of Regan Grimes.
What do you think of Regan Grimes and his recent progress update?
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