Behold top 5 most extreme bodybuilders in the world.
These bodybuilders pushed the limits of the possible.
Greg Valentino – Biggest arms in the world
Gregg Valentino is one of the most controversial bodybuilders of all time.
He started bodybuilding at the age of 13 and by the time he was in his late teens he had already developed huge 18 inch arms.
It was only after 23 years of natural training that Greg started to experiment with steroids. During this time his arms grew to an in-human 28″.
You may be familiar with Greg from the documentary, ‘The man whose arms exploded’.
Markus Ruhl – Biggest shoulders
Ruhl began training at the age of 19 following a doctor’s recommendation after sustaining a knee injury while playing soccer.
At 120lbs, Ruhl began training hard six days a week until deciding to compete on a professional level when he was 23.
Years later and Ruhl has developed a 60″ chest and ripped 24″ arms.
Noah Steere – Tall and huge
Noah Steere is one of the tallest bodybuilders around.
At 6′6″, he towers down on his competition, and his sheer muscle mass makes him a freak of nature.
Ronnie Coleman – Record eight time Mr. Olympia
Ronnie Coleman holds the record of eight straight wins as Mr. Olympia, and is arguably the greatest bodybuilder of all time.
Coleman also holds the record for most wins as an IFBB professional with 26 wins.
Greg Kovacs – Weighs over 400lbs
Not only is Kovacs tall at 6′4″, but he is also extremely heavy.
He is one of the few bodybuilders to allegedly weigh over 400 pounds.
On top of that he has a 70″ chest and 25.5″ arms off-season.