Ronnie Coleman The Cost of Redemption Bodybuilding
Studio: Bayview/widowmaker Release Date: 11/08/2005 Run time: 196 minutes
User Ratings and Reviews
4 Stars Black Eyed Pea
The video is ok but definitely nowhere near as good as Unbelievable. Althought I liked his freakish workouts…for example that 2500 lb leg press. Dayum!!!!! I like the squat workout, that was pretty entertaining. This was his off season so his diet consisted of the same thing day after day. His sponsor should be Quaker Oats Instant Grits, “lookit me!!! I ate Quaker Oats Instant Grits and It made me a multiple Mr. Olympia champion…….yeah buddy!!!” All in all, it was entertaining when he was in the gym. I do watch his liftin’ techniques and see what exercises I can incorporate into my workout.
Ronnie Coleman The Expense Of Redemption Bodybuilding
The Battle for the Olympia 2006 Bodybuilding
Battle for the Olympia 2006It’s bigger and better than ever – the long-awaited monster is finally here! The Battle for the Olympia XI: 2006 muscles its way to DVD with three jam-packed disks crammed with muscles and sweat detailing the long tough road to the Olympia (note: the Olympia competition is not included). Disc One – running an amazing 205
The Combat With The Olympia 2006 Bodybuilding
The Battle for the Olympia 1999
Now on DVD for the first time! 1999’s Olympia was one of the most devastating competitions in the history of the event. This exclusive feature-length documentary features bodybuilding greats as they prepare their routines and poses backstage. Ronnie Coleman: Back, Arms; Jay Cutler: Triceps; Lee Priest: Arms; Shawn Ray: Chest; Chris Cormier and Flex Wheeler train together on Chest and Back; Milos Sarcev: Chest; Nasser El Sonbaty and J.P. Fux train together exclusively for this film: Triceps and Back; Murkus Ruhl: Chest. Plus backstage action and awesome photo session footage with Flex, Murkus, Dexter, Matarazzo, Mishko and Ronnie.
The Struggle For Any Olympia 1999