Ronnie Coleman Hits Light Chest & Triceps Workout In Signature Series Gym

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Ronnie Coleman christened the new gym with a light chest and tricep day.

Ronnie Coleman remains active in the gym to this day and recently showed off a light chest and tricep workout in his newest Signature Series gym.

Coleman has been working with Panatta and the new gym is full of equipment provided by the company. He has spoken in favor of different machines and equipment that Panatta offers. After a legendary career on stage, Coleman continues to train and work toward recovering from different injuries.

Coleman battled it out with some of the all-time greats during his reign as Olympia champion. He won eight-consecutive titles from 1998-2005, which is tied for the most wins of all-time with Lee Haney. In retirement, he has remained active in the gym and has also had to deal with health issues.

Coleman has gone through multiple surgeries to repair injuries to his back, neck, and hips. During his career off stage, Coleman has been working to walk again unassisted and this includes a trip to visit Amr Ismail at his recovery center in Abu Dhabi.

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Ronnie Coleman’s Lightweight Chest & Tri’s Workout

Ronnie Coleman was joined by coaches Rubens Gomes and Fernando Sardinha for this particular workout:

“We’re about to hit some chest and tris at the Ronnie Coleman Signature Series Gym.”

Coleman shows off his work on each machine and it is clear that he is focused on lightweight for many reps. He works his way around the gym to try out all machines. First, he hits super incline chest press for two sets. For the remainder of the workout, Coleman completes one set.

Gomes talked about training with a bodybuilding legend such as Coleman in between sets.

“The good part is that he doesn’t know how nervous we are right now. We can talk in Portuguese and he’s not going to understand. That’s good.”

The trio paused and talked about their favorite Ronnie Coleman performances on the Olympia stage. With eight titles, there are many to choose from. Sardinha began by saying that his 2003 physique was the best while Gomes highlighted 2005. Coleman opted for his 1998 look. He did not provide a reason but this was the first of his legendary run.

Coleman continues to work hard in the gym and rehab injuries from his career. It is clear that his love for fitness and bodybuilding has not wavered in retirement.

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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.