WISHING RONNIE COLEMAN A FAST RECOVERY

Generation Iron Ronnie Coleman Recovery

No amount of surgery can bring this man down.

Yesterday, on Monday July 14th РRonnie Coleman returned once again for another surgery. This time on his back. Known as The King in the bodybuilding world, Ronnie Coleman is one of the greatest bodybuilders of all time Рnot only because he holds the most Sandow trophies in the sport but also because he was one of the most massive, strongest, and personable bodybuilders ever to hit the stage.

Ronnie has already posted to social media to show his fans that the surgery was successful and, of course, he can’t wait to recover and get back into the gym. You can retire from the bodybuilding stage – but you can never take the bodybuilder our of the man. So we all here at Generation Iron want to wish him a quick and painless recovery and can’t wait to see him posting more videos lifting that light wait.¬†Yeaaaaaah Buddy!

Generation Iron Ronnie Coleman Surgery

For now, let’s sit and marvel at Coleman hitting the weights like a monster just days before his surgery. Like we said, nothing can keep this man down. Check it out:

Trying my best to get these last heavy workouts in before my next surgery which is scheduled for this Friday. Also trying my best to get these traps bigger. The closer the day for surgery gets here, the more I’m regretting having to have another but I wouldn’t have it any other way because this is who I am. This is in my DNA, to lift as hard and heavy as I can while I can. I don’t know any other way to do it and leave it up to me, I’m never getting to old for this shit, Never. Just looking forward to the day after the surgery is over to getting back in the gym so I can go hard and heavy again. Like I said after my last post, after this surgery, it’s gonna be on like Donkey Kong. #yeahbuddy #lightweightbaby #aintnothingbutapeanut #aintnothingbutabucketofpeanuts

A video posted by Ronnie Coleman (@ronniecoleman8) on


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