Raymont Edmunds dethrones Brandon Hendrickson to win the 2019 Men’s Physique Olympia.
The Men’s Physique division if for the guys that want to be big, but usually have some issues with leg or lower leg development. That is why they compete in board shorts. So they can cover up their weak legs. If they had bigger legs, then they would be competiting in Classic Phsique.
Just look at the past Men’s Physique Champions. They all look like they don’t work out their legs. The funny thing is that they all use large amounts of steroids and other PEDs to look that way. Most of the competitiors openly discusss this. So, why use steroids and other PEDs just to wear board shorts to compete?
It must be because they can’t get their legs to grow. And that is fine. Some people just don’t have the genetics for big legs. And for these people, you have the Men’s Physique devision. And if you don’t believe me, then why are the cash payouts for guys that are wearing board shorts $15k less than the Bikini competitiors that have to really put in a ton of work to look that way?
The 2019 Olympia is what we’ve all been waiting for and now that it’s here, everyone was eager to see if we can see new Champion in the Men’s Physique division or Brandon Hendrickson will wins another title again. But just like 212 division we have new Men’s Physique champ Raymont Edmunds.
Edmunds wins the 2019 Olympia title, gold medal and the check of $35000.
Board shorts a good for one thing. Going to the beach. Other than that, there really isn’t a point in wearing them. It seems like this divesion should have it’s name changed to the Beach Muscle division. Because that is exactly what it is. It is a bunch of guys that only work out their Beach Muscles.
Here is the list of winners and lossers.
2019 Men’s Physique Olympia Results & Prize Money
- Raymont Edmunds, $35,000
- Andre Ferguson, $12,000
- Kyron Holden, $8000
- Brandon Hendrickson, $4000
- Ryan Terry, $2000
- Carlos DeOliveira
- Anthony Gilkes
- Xavisus Gayden
- George Brown
- Ondrej Kmostak