Get inspired by legends: VIDEOS with Olympia athletes

Get inspired by legends: VIDEOS with Olympia athletes

23.07.2021 2 minutes

How do you like training in the new men's collection 1965? Thanks to the collaboration between NEBBIA & The Olympia, you can now train in clothes that have been tested and developed for you by professional bodybuilders. You may already know their faces from the headlines of bodybuilding magazines or from the NEBBIA instagram. However, we want to introduce you to their stories, their fitness journey, their philosophy. Watch short documentary videos that will inspire you and fill you with motivation and desire to never give up!

Robby Robinson

He is a living bodybuilding legend. Thanks to his symmetrical and muscular figure, he earned the nickname "The Black Prince of Bodybuilding". He has dozens of valuable victories on his account. We will mention titles like Mr. America, Mr. World or Mr. Universe. He is the absolute winner of the Master category at the 1994 Olympia Weekend, from where he also won gold in the Heavy Weigh (1978) and Tall (1977) categories.

“I believe in keeping tension in all that muscle during the day so I work it thoroughly, I don’t play around.” 

Anton Antipov

Anton is synonymous with determination and commitment to fitness. Just two months after injuring his leg, he was already competing. He did not give up and managed to qualify for the very first Men's Physique competition at The Olympia. He managed to win a professional bodybuilding competition eight times and stood on the Olympia stage five times. He doesn't stop. He keeps going and this year he goes to Olympia again! Find out what the champion thinks.

“It’s all in your head so - if you convince your mind your body will follow.

Terrence Ruffin

For Terrence, bodybuilding is a way he expresses himself. It’s a mindset, a way of life - both bold and purposeful. At his age, he accomplished what his peers only dreamed of. At the age of 21, he received a Pro card and became the youngest bodybuilder to succeed. In addition, he was a pilot in the US Air Force. He has been on the Olympia podium four times, and achieved the best results last year, when he finished in the 2nd place in the Classic Physique category.

“I picked up a magazine and Dexter Jackson was on the cover. And as soon as I saw him I was like this is what I want to do."

Jason Poston

A bodybuilder who got to compete at The Olympia Weekend despite his diagnosis of type 1 diabetes. Thanks to his positive attitude and hard work, Jason has become one of the most respected trainers who help people achieve incredible results. He has managed to qualify for the Olympia stage four times already. The years 2014 and 2015 are especially exceptional, when he won 3rd place in the Men's Physique category.

“Sometimes running from things is not bad. I was running from mediocrity, poor genetics and bad habits.”

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