Rouaida Christine Achkar

Rouaida Christine Achkar Wiki/Biography/Age

Real Name Rouaida Christine Achkar
Age 41 years old (As of 2022)
Birthdate 1981
Ethnicity Mixed
Height 5 feet 5 inches
Weight 55 Kg
Measurements 34-28-40 inches
Bra Cup Size 34 C
Husband Ronnie Coleman
Children 2
Net Worth $1.2 million, as of 2021

Rouaida Christine Achkar is best known as Ronnie Coleman’s ex-wife. He is a retired professional bodybuilder from the United States. He is recognized as one of the best bodybuilders of all time, having won the Mr. Olympia title for eight years in a row.

He held the record for most wins as an IFBB professional with 26 titles until it was broken by Dexter Jackson, in addition to his eight Mr. Olympia victories. Rouaida Christine Achkar’s Wiki, Bio, Age, Height, Weight, Husband, Children, Body Measurements, Net Worth, Family, Career, and many more facts are all available here.

Body Stats

She is 5 feet and 5 inches tall, or 1.65 meters or 165 centimeters. Her weight  is about 55 kg (121 lbs) . She has blonde hair and lovely dark brown eyes.  34-28-40 inches is her body measurement. She carries a 34 C bra cup size.

Husband of Rouaida Christine Achkar

Coleman is a passionate follower of Jesus Christ. He met Rouaida Christine Achkar, a French-Lebanese personal trainer, at a sports exhibition in Paris in March 1998, and they married on December 28, 2007, in Beirut. Soon after, they divorced.

Rouaida Christine Achkar Facts

  • Rouaida Christine Achkar’s husband, Ronnie’s success as a professional bodybuilder has led to many product endorsements and other opportunities in his career, which he has traveled the world to promote.
  • He has made many guest appearances at gym openings around the U.S. When training, he preferred to use free weights rather than machines in order to maximize his flexibility and range of motion.
  • He has made three training videos: The Unbelievable, The Cost of Redemption, and On the Road.
  • In these videos, he gives tips for more experienced weightlifters, while warning against overexertion and improper form.

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