The bodybuilding world has lost another soldier as Canadian bodybuilder Scott Milne has passed away at 46.
According to reports, Scott Milne died of a heart attack.
With a competitive career from 1996-2004, Scott Milne had a drive and passion for bodybuilding. that same drive catapulted him to a pro card in 2002. Unfortunately, a number of injuries forced Milne to cut his career short and instead focus his attention training others with dreams and aspirations for becoming pro bodybuilders.
Lucy Gonzalez, the girlfriend of Scott Milne, confirmed his death and expressed love and sadness at his passing.
“Today my heart is broken 💔, I lost my best friend, partner in crime and my soulmate. Scott Milne, my blue eyes. You were gone to soon. I am still in shock and i can not believe that you are gone. I am waiting for you to text me back. I miss you already my bebecito. Forever your little LL ❤❤❤.”
Scott Milne had expressed in a 2010 interview that a major influence on his desire to compete in bodybuilding came from none other than Arnold Schwarzenegger. Milne had this to say about his bodybuilding journey.
“I started weight training when I was 15 (years old). “I was in my first competition when I was 20. All my brothers and sisters have been in athletics; I come from a family of five kids; we were very competitive. That was the time when Arnold (Schwarzenegger’s) movies were coming out. I was just mesmerized by how he looked.”
Milne himself was in incredible shape during his career. He was truly able to achieve a great physique and lived out his dream to the fullest.
The Generation Iron team extend our condolences to the friends, family, and loved ones of Scott Milne.