Bodybuilders own the most terrible body in the world

The athletes on this list come from all over the world, from Europe to America. All have a strong love for this subject.

Not simply a hobby, bodybuilding for professional athletes has become passionate. Their body and physique have been identified as a career-bound for a lifetime. Therefore, they are willing to spend hours, even eating and sleeping in the gym just to work hard to perform muscle exercises, lifting weights but simple but extremely important.

1. Kevin Levrone

Kevin Levron was born on July 16, 1964, is a legendary bodybuilder of the world. He started bodybuilding at the age of 11 under the guidance of his brother and first participated in professional bodybuilding events in 1992 and quickly became attracted to this strong sport. Over the course of his career, Levrone has won the Mr. 4 title four times. Olympia and countless other grand prizes with the brand of giant back muscles have reached perfection. Currently, Levrone has finished his 12-year playing career to focus on his acting role.

2. Lou Ferrigno

It would be flawed if the list of the athletes possessing the greatest body of all time does not have Lou Ferrigno right? With a huge body up to 1m9, he is the highest bodybuilder that the bodybuilding history has ever witnessed. Looking at his massive body, few people thought that Ferrigno had experienced a difficult childhood with a hearing loss that made Ferrigno boy gradually crawl into the timeless shell. However, at the age of 12, the shy boy made a landmark decision when he first entered the gym with the desire to become a strong person.

3. Dennis Wolf

Dennis Wolf is a Russian-born German athlete. Similar to the athletes on this list, Wolf started working out at an early age, when he was only 15 years old. The predestined relationship with this sport came by accident when Wolf saw the image of an athlete possessing muscular muscles in his father’s magazine. Like finding the passion of his life, the young man embarked on training so that in 2005, Wolf officially joined the professional bodybuilding village, joining IFBB (International Gymnastics and Fitness Federation) only one year later. With scientific training regime and continuous efforts throughout the years, Dennis Wolf has gained an impressive body and constantly won great prizes.