x2.I really hope he spends his time and money in something that is going to intern make him money, such as getting a higher education. If one is go'n to really make a comfortable living in the sport and be able to retire from it they'd best be a top 5 Olympian for multiple years and invest very well. Other wise (like 99% of most bodybuilders) they'll ultimately in their life time end up putting more money into the sport than they'll ever get from the sport. And if Jr. was good enough to be in that 1% he would have been pro by now at the age of 25, such as Phil Heath and Even Centopani, where as Jr. hasn't even won a show at all yet. I wish Jr. all be best but he cerainly has a lot to learn about trying to "make it" in bodybuilding.