Flex Lewis thinks Seth Feroce should make a comeback.
Pro bodybuilding can be ferociously competitive. It takes a tremendous amount of dedication and focus to compete at the highest level. It also takes some great genetics. Seth Feroce has that and all the tools necessary to thrive in the competitive scene. In fact, the retired bodybuilder is looking so impressive that Flex Lewis thinks he should make a comeback.
It’s been years since Seth Feroce stepped on stage. As such he hasn’t been at his stage best in quite some time. He still possessed an incredible physique, but simply not on par with his stage ready form.
Recently however Feroce has been looking more than ready to take to the stage. Most recently the bodybuilder posted a posing progress video that’s getting a ton of attention.
Posing Progress Video💪⚒
5.5 weeks into the @axeandsledge HWMF Transformation Challenge!
Like old times!
Posing in the living area where the natural light is.
Kids shows on.
Kids stuff in shot.
I fuckin love it!
I am feeling it!
It is time to push to the next level.
Step up the cardio game.
Refine the diet.
Take some carbs out on certain days.
Add in some extra on higher output days.
Change up some protein sources.
All the fun stuff!! 💪
I am 215.5lbs in the AM – Post Cardio.
Body is responding well to what I am doing.
Everything is firing.
Body feels great.
Tricep is still attached. Lol
Body is not symmetrically what it used to be but my focus and goal is not to look perfect. It is overall health and pushing myself physically doing what I love!
Everyone in the HWMF Challenge and everyone out there with Personal Goals…. Keep Pushing MFers!
Don’t look for excuses!
Wake up everyday and set the Fuckin Tone!
Be a Hard Workin Mother Fucker!! ⚒
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Seth Feroce has been looking so impressive that even Flex Lewis is saying he should make a comeback.
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