Mr. Olimpia 2011 Title Is Held By Phil Heath

Mr. Olimpia is an important title for the winner of the bodybuilding competition. The history of Mr. Olimpia is old, beginning from 1965, on 18th September. Mr. Olimpia is the title of the winner of bodybuilding competition from Joe Weider’s Olympia Weekend. Joe Weider’s Olympia Weekend is held every year by the International Federation Of Body Building And Fitness. The first Mr. Olimpia was Larry Scott and the competition took place in New York.

The record at Mr. Olimpia is held by Lee Haney and Ronnie Coleman. Mr. Olimpia 2011 is Phil Heath. Phil Heath was born on 18 December in 1979, Seattle. Before owning the Mr. Olimpia 2011, Phil played varsity basketball. In 2002, Mr. Olimpia 2011 returned to bodybuilding. Until he became Mr. Olimpia 2011, Phil worked a lot and had good results in other competitions. Bodybuilding is a sport that requires a lot of patience, following a strict diet, exhausting workout, but it seems that Mr. Olimpia 2011 managed to win this important title for his career. He had many troubles to face, but he did not give up and tried later.

Mr. Olimpia 2011 won the best title at 2005 NPC USA Championship and later he won The Colorado Pro Championships and New York Championships. Due to these great results, in 2007, the man who would become Mr. Olimpia 2011, was qualified to participate in the same contest that made him famous internationally later. He refused, saying that he needs to work more to have more chances to become Mr. Olimpia 2011. Heath did a very wise thing and he became Mr. Olimpia 2011, after a lot of working, ambition and passion for bodubuilding. In 2010, he won the second place, but 2011 was his lucky year when he defeated Jay Cutler. Heath became more famous than he already was, being on the cover of the magazine FLEX, as well as in many fitness magazines. He is a good example of how through work, ambition and discipline, one can become Mr. Olimpia 2011.

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