The Southeast Asian Games, like the Southeast Asian Games, are a chance for the people of Southeast Asia to come together and show their support for one another. Talented young men and women from the region compete in the SEA Games every four years, showcasing their youth and charisma. Our lads are attractive because of the way they reflect strength and health physically.
For many elite athletes, bodybuilding is more than just a pastime, it’s a way of life. They view body and physique as an occupation, a way of life. They are willing to put in long hours sometimes even eating and sleeping at the gym to build muscle and strength.
1. Pietro Boselli
Italian language instructor and model Pietro Boselli, now 28, began his career when he was six. As an adult, he continued to walk the runway in Milan and routinely collaborated with Armani, a renowned Italian fashion house. The young man has always placed a premium on his education at University College London, majoring in mechanical engineering.
2. Calum Von Moger
Australian-based bodybuilder Calum Von Moger. A former Mr. Universe and multiple-time World Fitness Federation champion, he is best renowned for these achievements. He’s developed a decent diet and exercise plan to keep his physique in shape.
Many online groups also discuss the mysterious Calum Von Moger. More than 1.5 million people follow Calum Von Moger on Instagram as of November 2016, with over 2.3 million people following him on Facebook.
3. David Laid
Estonian-born David Laid (now based in the United States) was born in 1998. He’s a fitness model and an athlete. Greatest Physiques claims that David had zero interest in weightlifting during his formative years. He was bullied, lost his father early, and had difficulty making ends meet. The 22-year-old looked up tips on how to bulk up on the internet. I watch movies of fictional individuals undergoing physical transformations to motivate me further.
4. Ryan Terry
Ryan Terry is a well-known bodybuilder and model at the moment, having won several high-profile competitions. Ryan Terry’s manly beauty has earned him a sizable online following. More than 1.5 million people are currently following Ryan Terry on Instagram. In addition to his career as an athlete, he is a well-known model for publications in the fitness and fashion industries, including Muscle & Fitness UK, Men’s Health, and others.
5. Pham Woodbridge
Pham Vu, or Pham Woodbridge as she’s more well known, is a popular fitness model on the internet. Pham Vu is a bodybuilder monster with a unique sense of flair.
Pham Vu’s life was revolutionized by bodybuilding. He found a wonderful community to join and make new friends in. That is to say, Pham Vu is transforming the inside in addition to the exterior. Pham Vu currently works as a model for various clothing companies. He also has a significant social media presence, with approximately 170,000 Instagram followers.
6. Michael Thurston
British fitness specialist Michael Thurston founded Aurora Athletic, also one of its co-founders. More than a million people have seen his vlogs and instructional videos, making him popular on YouTube. He competed in WBFF shows in London in both 2014 and 2015, where he placed third in the muscular model category. Beach.
7. Matus Valentine
Matus Valentine, a Slovakian fitness trainer and model is well-known around the globe. Matus’s father is a bodybuilder makes him a natural gymnast. Matus Valent is 5 feet 8.5 inches tall and weighs 90 kilograms. Even his face is lovely and handsome. Because of this, the trainer frequently receives to appear in commercials, plays in fitness-related music videos, and other similar projects.
8. Logan Franklin
Online instruction is available from Logan Franklin, a fitness model, personal trainer, and International Bodybuilding and Fitness Federation expert. As an athlete, he signed on with StrongLiftWear and now represents FitStrong Supplement.
9. Mike O’Hearn
Mike O’Hearn, whose name is Michael O’Hearn, is a bodybuilder, fitness trainer, and actor based in Los Angeles. This Bodybuilder’s physique has earned her the title of Fitness Model of the Year a whopping seven times!
10. Roger Snipes
In 2010, Roger Snipes, a British bodybuilder, made a splash by winning Mister England and Mr. Britannia in his first year of competition. Next, in 2011, he repeated his success by taking home the Musclemania title. He was an official Shredz Athlete who participated in the World Bodybuilding and Fitness Federation. Over five thousand people follow him on Instagram. Several periodicals ran profiles about him.
11. Ulisses Jr
In the United States, Ulisses Jr. owns a well-known New York City gym and is a role model for fitness enthusiasts worldwide. As a result, many young Vietnamese gymnasts hold Ulisses in high esteem.
12. Jaco De Bruyn
As a weightlifter from South Africa, Jaco De Bruyn is swiftly becoming a household name in the WBFF community. He not only trains for and competes in WBFF events but also encourages his followers to adopt a healthy lifestyle. At an early point in his career, he had to decide between a career in modeling and a bodybuilding career. He chose to integrate the two fields professionally.
13. Marc Fitt
Marc Fitt’s fitness model and personal trainer, who has inspired millions with her videos, images, quotes, essays, and more, has risen to the top of the fitness model industry. The podcast Fitt Talk brought him on as a co-host.
14. Lazar Angelov
Numerous fitness enthusiasts in Vietnam and around the world hold Lazar Angelov in high esteem. Millions of his fans worldwide follow him on social media sites like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube.
On September 22, 1984, Lazar Angelov entered the world in Sofia, Bulgaria. Lazar Angelov played professionally for ten years before he became a world-famous bodybuilder and personal trainer (PT Gym). At 16, he became a member of the Bulgarian national youth team and went on to play for multiple teams in the Bulgarian National Basketball Association.
15. Simeon Panda
British Bodybuilder, entrepreneur, and Internet celebrity Simeon Panda is widely respected and adored online. Simeon Panda has been a bodybuilding competitor since he was 16 years old, and it shows in his flawless physique, gorgeous muscles, and undeniable charm.
16. Joey Swoll
Shredz, the company’s co-founder and a bodybuilder and fitness model, has written and published a book on fitness called Train Harder Than Me. Due to his physique, he has amassed over a million followers on Instagram. Joey Swoll started the organization Flex Your Heart and spread a nationwide message against bullying.
17. Flex Lewis
Since his first competition in 2003, Bodybuilder has gone on to win hundreds of events, earning him the title of “3 212 time Oympia Champion ” and “first place winner” in dozens of bodybuilding competitions. FLEX and Bodybuilding.com’s Rookie of the Year awards came his way in 2008. Flex Lewis has over 500,000 Instagram followers and his self-titled YouTube channel.
18. Stan McQuay
Bodybuilding enthusiast and professional IFBB bodybuilder Stan McQuay have been featured in several publications and videos, including—but not limited to—the cover of Muscle Polynesia. He began lifting weights to be eligible to play collegiate football despite being only 5 feet 7 inches tall and 135 pounds.
19. Jeremy Buendia
Jeremy Buendia was born on October 26, 1990, in Roseville, California, and is a professional bodybuilder in the United States. Jeremy Buendia has been training for and competing in bodybuilding contests for as long as he can remember. Jeremy Buendia’s rapid growth was a direct result of his father’s influence and instruction as an amateur bodybuilder. The crowning achievement of his spectacular bodybuilding career is his four consecutive wins at the Mr. Olympia competition for the Men’s Physique division.
20. Joe Weider
This Canadian Bodybuilder and entrepreneur are known for shaping the fitness industry and launching iconic events like the Mr. and Ms. Olympia competitions and the International Federation of Bodybuilding. His publications include Shape, Flex, and Fitness Man.