Ronnie Coleman


Ronnie Coleman Biography

Ronnie Coleman was born Ronnie Dean Coleman is an American retired professional bodybuilder and strongman. The bodybuilder is an eight-time Mr. Olympia winner, winning the title for eight years in a row. Due to his strength and physique, he is widely regarded as one of the greatest bodybuilders of all time. As an IFBB professional with 26 championships, Coleman holds the record for most wins.

Ronnie Coleman Age

The bodybuilder was born on May 13, 1964, in Monroe, Louisiana, United States.

Ronnie Coleman Wife

Ronnie met French-Lebanese personal trainer Rouaida Christine Achkar at a sports exposition in Paris on March 22, 1998, and they were married in Beirut on December 28, 2007. They divorced shortly after. On April 11, 2016,he married Susan Williamson

Ronnie Coleman Body Measurements

  • Height: 5 ft 11 in
  • Weight: 298 lbs
  • Shoe Size:11 (US)
  • Body Shape:crippled figure
  • Hair Colour:Black
  • Chest: 60 in
  • Arms: 24 in

Ronnie Coleman Surgery

The heavy weights he used during his career as a powerlifter and then as a bodybuilder (such as 800 lbs squats and deadlifts) took a toll on his body, and since 2007 he had to undergo a number of surgeries: two hip replacements and various attempts to relieve chronic pain from damaged intervertebral discs.

Coleman later revealed that, despite his deteriorating health, he tried to exercise, but could only use light weights now to try to prevent muscle loss and that some of those surgeries (each costing between $300,000 and $500,000) had such poor results that he could never walk unassisted again.

Nonetheless, he does not feel sorry, given that he was determined to be at the top at any cost, and that, if anything, he regrets that he did not do even more to set his mark and cement his legacy.

Ronnie Coleman Net worth

A popular eight-time Mr. Olympia title holder, Ronnie Coleman is a professional American bodybuilder with an estimated net worth of $10 million.

Ronnie Coleman Workout Plan

Ronnie Coleman Training Routine

Monday

Back
Deadlifts, 4 sets – 6-12 reps
Barbell rows, 3 sets – 10-12 reps
T-bar rows, 3 sets – 10 – 12 reps
One-arm dumbbell rows, 3 sets 10-12 reps

Biceps
Barbell curls, 4 sets -12 reps
Seated alternating dumbbell curls, 12 reps
Preacher curls, 12 reps
Cable curls, 12 reps

Shoulders
Military presses, 4 sets – 10-12 reps
Seated dumbbell press, 4 sets – 12 reps
(superset with)
Front dumbbell press, 4 sets – 12 reps

Tuesday

Legs
Squats, 5-6 sets – 2-12 reps
Leg presses, 4 sets – 12 reps
Lunges, 2 sets – 100 yards
Stiff-leg deadlifts, 3 sets – 12 reps
Seated hamstring curls, 3 sets – 12 reps

Wednesday

Chest
Bench press, 5 sets – 12 reps
Incline barbell press, 3 sets – 12 reps
Flat bench dumbbell press, 3 sets – 12 reps
Flat bench flyes, 4 sets – 12 reps

Triceps
Seated cambered-bar extensions, 3 sets – 12 reps
Seated dumbbell extensions, 4 sets – 12 reps
Close-grip bench press, 4 sets – 12 reps

Thursday

Back Barbell Rows, 5 sets – 10 – 12 reps
Low Pulley Rows, 4 sets – 10 – 12 reps
Lat machine pulldowns, 3 sets – 10 – 12 reps
Front lat pulldowns, 3 sets – 10 – 12 reps

Biceps
Incline alternating dumbbell curls, 4 sets – 12 reps
Machine curls, 3 sets – 12 reps
(superset with)
Standing cable curls, 4 sets – 12 reps

Shoulders
Seated dumbbell press, 4 sets – 12 reps
Front lateral dumbbell raises, 3 sets – 8 – 25 reps
Machine raises, 3 sets – 8 – 25 reps

Friday

Legs
Leg extensions, 4 sets – 30 reps
Front squats, 4 sets – 12 – 15 reps
Hack squats, 3 sets – 12 reps
Standing leg curls, 3 sets – 12 – 15 reps
Lying leg curls, 4 sets – 12 reps

Saturday

Chest
Incline dumbbell press, 4 sets – 12 reps
Decline barbell press, 3 sets – 12 reps
Incline dumbbell flyes, 3 sets – 12 reps
Decline dumbbell press, 3 sets – 12 reps

Triceps
Skullcrushers, 4 sets – 12 reps
(superset with)
Machine press down dips, 4 sets – 12 reps
(superset with)
Seated tricep extensions, 4 sets – 12 reps

Calves
Donkey raises 4 sets – 12 reps
Seated raises, 4 sets – 12 reps
Crunches, 3 sets – failure

Sunday

Rest

Ronnie Coleman Quotes

Everybody wants to be a bodybuilder, but don’t anybody wanna lift no heavy ass weight.

My biggest competition is always myself. I mean no disrespect, but I do not look at any of the guys as being my competition for the simple reason that I can’t control how they’re going to look. I can only control how I look.

Women really do pay attention to a man’s glutes. A tight, compact ass is often voted even more desirable than muscular arms and chest. So, if you’re lacking, start squatting!’

‘There’s no secrets or magic tricks to being successful in life. It’s plain and simple. Work harder than everyone else and the only way to do that is to do it. It may sound silly but it’s the truth and there ain’t nothing to it but to do it! ”

Ronnie Coleman Movies

  •  Coleman: The First Training Video (1998)
  • The Unbelievable (2000)
  • The Cost of Redemption (2003)
  •  Relentless (2006)
  •  Invincible (2008)
  • The Last Training Video (2009)
  •  The King (2018)

Ronnie Coleman Awards & Accomplishment

  • 1990 Mr. Texas (Heavyweight & Overall)
  • 1991 World Amateur Championships (Heavyweight)
  • 1995 Canada Pro Cup
  • 1996 Canada Pro Cup
  • 1997 Grand Prix Russia
  • Olympia
  • 1998 Grand Prix Finland
  • 1998 Grand Prix Germany
  • 1999 Mr. Olympia
  • 1999 World Pro Championships
  • 1999 Pride Grand Prix England. Olympia
  • 2001 Arnold Schwarzenegger Classic
  • 2001 Mr. Olympia
  • 2001 New Zealand Grand Prix
  • 2002 Mr. Olympia
  • 2002 Grand Prix Holland
  • 2003 Mr. Olympia
  • 2003 Grand Prix Russia
  • 2004 Mr. Olympia
  • 2005 Mr. Olympia
  • 2006 Grand Prix Austria – IFBB, 2nd
  • 2006 Mr. Olympia – IFBB, 2nd
  • 2007 Mr. Olympia – IFBB, 4th

Frequently Asked Questions About

Ronnie Coleman

Who is Ronnie?

Ronnie Coleman is an American retired professional bodybuilder and strongman.

How old is Ronnie?

How tall is Ronnie?

Ronnie stands at a height of 5 feet 11 inches.

Is Ronnie married?

Ronnie met French-Lebanese personal trainer Rouaida Christine Achkar at a sports exposition in Paris on March 22, 1998, and they were married in Beirut on December 28, 2007. They divorced shortly after. On April 11, 2016,he married Susan Williamson

How much is Ronnie worth?

A popular eight-time Mr. Olympia title holder, Ronnie Coleman is a professional American bodybuilder with an estimated net worth of $10 million.

How much does Ronnie make?

His exact swalary is not available,this information will be updated soon.

Where does Ronnie live?

He lives in Arlington, Texas.

Is Ronnie dead or alive?

Ronnie is still alive and in good health.

Where is Ronnie now?

Coleman is back in training – three months after being warned that his obsession could leave him paralyzed.He posted a video in the gym training.

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