ame="propeller" content="02f1b642def36e05354c3e5076063240"> THE MOST SHREDDED MAN ALIVE- HELMUT STREBL ~ XBEFIT

Time and health are two precious assets that we don't recognize and appreciate until they have been depleted II Denis Waitley

THE MOST SHREDDED MAN ALIVE- HELMUT STREBL



Helmut Strebl is an Austrian bodybuilder who rose to fame when his pics got viral. He is famous in the fitness industry for his incredibly shredded physique. To achieve a single digit fat percentage is very hard to achieve and requires immense dedication and hard work.He has modeled and competed for more than 20 years.


ATHLETIC STATISTICS
HEIGHT : 6 ft 3 inch
FAT PERCENTAGE - 4-5 %
NATIONALITY: AUSTRIAN
PROFESSION : BODYBUILDER & FITNESS MODEL
WEIGHT : 205-215 Lbs



Helmut started training at an early age of 12 ,He just wanted to get strong enough so that he could protect himself from high school bullies. In the beginning, it was only self- protection that got him into weight training but he quickly realized that there was more to weight training than self- defence. He then went on to train harder so that he could compete against his friends in size, and in strength. Gaining strength and size motivated Helmut to train even harder. This motivation paved the way to a dream of becoming a fitness model.



Helmut's diet mostly comprises of lean proteins and sweet potatoes and adding brown rice in the off-season.To reach his incredible low bodyfat percentages (4-5%) Helmut will decrease his carb intake and slightly increasing his fat. He will also do carb cycling for a month before the event. The duration of carb cycling will generally be for four days. For the first three days he will be taking 150- 200 grams of carbs which is divided into 6 meals taken by him in a day.

With proper nutrition and hardwork he has achieved such an incredible physique. Moving into his 50s , he still looks aesthetic and ripped.
From competing on stage, motivational speaking, and personal training, Helmut has risen to the top of his game, and is a true model for what can be achieved if you put your mind to it.





ACHIEVEMENTS :
    • Mountain Bike Downhill & Cross Country Champion in Cyprus 1995
    • Winner- mountain race cycling championships 1995
    • Twice Winner United Nations Military Skills in Cyprus 1995
    • Mr. Austria 1996
    • 2nd Place Mr. Europe 1996
    • 11th Place Mr. World 1996
    • 2nd Place Bench Press Competitor 1997
    • Mr. Fitness 1998
    • Gravesend Classic First Timer Bodybuilder Winner 2002
    • Top 20 Finalists of Men's Health Competition 2003
    • Muscle Fitness Model Fame Runner Up 2005
    • Muscle Fitness FAME Winner 2008
    • European Muscle Model & Natural Bodybuilding Champion 2010, 2009, 2008.
    • FAME 2011 European Natural Bodybuilding Champion
    • FAME 2011 European Muscle Fitness Model Runner-Up
    • MiamiPro 2012 European Natural Bodybuilding Champion
    • MiamiPro 2012 European Natural Muscle Model Champion
    • World Champion Miami Pro 2013 Natural Bodybuilding
    • World Champion Miami Pro 2013 Fitness Model Class Over 40s
    • Runner Up Miami Pro 2013 Muscle Model -Class B   
    • Miami Pro World Championship 2014: Bodybuilding 1st Place,Muscle Model over 40 - 1st Place,Open Class - Muscle Model Class B- 2nd Place

Share:

No comments:

Post a Comment

Amazon

Follow by Email

About Me

My photo
“Respect your body. It’s the only one you get.” My fitness journey started in 2015 when i completed my graduation, I was an underweight guy with a weight of 49 Kg and standing 5ft 10inch. Before 2015 for almost 5 years I was taking medicines on daily basis due to tapeworm in my brain which, the continuous consumption of medicine made my liver weak and this effected my growth. After finishing my degree ,I finally decided that I need to fix myself. Then I started working out and it changed my life. I didn't wanted to go to gym as i was skinny guy and lacked confidence, So I started with home workout (push ups pull ups) . I red articles, magazines, videos just to learn how to grow. In just 8 months without any coach or nutritionist I gained 20 Kg. This boosted my confidence a lot. Now Today I weigh 73 Kg a fit lean guy with max for Deadlifts: 330 lbs (2 Reps) Squat: 242 lbs (6 Reps) Bench: 209 lbs (6 Reps) I am still learning a lot and want to share what I have learned during my fitness journey. Lets learn and grow together.- love and peace

Recent Posts

Pages

Theme Support

Need our help to upload or customize this blogger template? Contact me with details about the theme customization you need.