Hunter Labrada has lots to dwell as much as as a bodybuilder. Because the son of a bodybuilding legend, the 1985 Mr. Universe Lee Labrada, the bar of excellence is already set. With comparatively excessive expectations, the youthful Labrada is at present locked in on exhibiting out on the 2022 Mr. Olympia. He actually appears to be heading in the right direction.
On Oct. 26, 2022, Labrada posted a video to his Instagram feed the place he ran via a brief quantity of poses to share the place his physique and coaching at present stand. Within the course of, he revealed that he weighed an enormous 280 kilos the morning he filmed the clip.
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Labrada is making an attempt to construct on an exemplary end result from the 2021 Olympia. In accordance with NPC Information On-line, this particular iteration of the competition was simply Labrada’s second attempt at bodybuilding’s tentpole contest, and he went from eighth place in 2020 to a fourth-place lead to a matter of a yr. Primarily based on such a precedent, it wouldn’t be a far cry to see Labrada shine and maybe even stand on high of the rostrum in Las Vegas, NV, on Dec. 16-18, 2022.
That mentioned, there’s nonetheless loads of work to do earlier than Labrada can doubtlessly earn the crowning achievement of his profession. Between his Instagram feed and YouTube channel, Labrada often shares recommendation about correct coaching, mass-building, and optimum methods to train in manners that he seemingly apply to his personal preparation. That ought to make it no shock he solely centered on prep for competing within the 2022 Olympia, foregoing all different potential contests within the calendar yr.
To face on the highest of the bodybuilding mountain, it seems that the identical mountain is the one factor in Labrada’s crosshairs.
Right here’s an outline of Labrada’s full profession outcomes:
Hunter Labrada | Full Profession Outcomes
- 2016 Nationwide Physique Committee (NPC) Department Warren Basic (Heavyweight) — First place
- 2016 NPC San Antonio Extravaganza (Tremendous Heavyweight) — First place
- 2017 NPC Europa Dallas (Tremendous Heavyweight) — First place
- 2018 NPC Junior USA Championships (Tremendous Heavyweight) — First place
- 2018 NPC Nationwide Championships (Tremendous Heavyweight) — First place | Earned Professional Card
- 2020 IFBB Tampa Professional (Males’s Open) — First place
- 2020 IFBB Mr. Olympia (Males’s Open) — Eighth place
- 2021 IFBB Chicago Professional (Males’s Open) — First place
- 2021 IFBB Mr. Olympia (Males’s Open) — Fourth place
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Due to a cadre of elite friends, it’ll be no small job for Labrada to enhance upon his top-four end result from 2021. Amongst different large names, two-time reigning Mr. Olympia Mamdouh “Large Ramy” Elssbiay is vying for a three-peat, whereas a fellow ascending star in Nick Walker can be trying to topple Large Ramy.
It’s a doozy of a discipline on paper and one which Labrada appears to be pulling out all of the stops for.
Featured picture: @hunterlabrada on Instagram