Retire Ron, you have done amazing things, don`t spit on your perfect past. It`s always hard to let go... but your health is what matters.
He pushed his body to a level that has never been seen before in a human, and unlike many of his pro colleagues he didn't train like a bitch and rely on genetics. His 800 lb squats, 800lb deadlifts 3 weeks out from the olympia, 500lb bench presses, for a joke, and leg pressing a ton (literally) of weight for reps, it's caught up to him.
I sincerely hope he drops all chemicals, keeps up with training and cardio, makes appearances, and overall enjoys life.
Hopefully lightweight can shed some light on his future plans.
wow awesome post.
totally agree man. i cant stand how most of the pros train. ronnie was and forever will be the greatest and i hope he lives a long and healthy life. he should be active in bbing and continue to train but should not compete again. he'll still be plenty big naturally
The main problem I see for Ronnie is that it might be VERY VERY VERY VERY difficult to the former biggest man on earth realise he is going to loose about 40 pounds of muscle in a very small amount of time.
Ronnie is 43, he has been a bodybuilder almost since the 80s...
Hope he doesn't get mad with all transformations...
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