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Ronnie Coleman

Ronnie Coleman

Ronnie Coleman was born Ronald Dean Coleman on May 13, 1964 in Monroe, Louisiana. He is 5 feet 11 inches tall, and he currently lives in Arlington, Texas. He graduated from Grambling State College in Louisiana, with a degree in accounting. He works as a police officer, and has been a police officer since 1989. 

Ronnie Coleman was introduced into competition body-building by Brian Dobson, the owner of Arlington’s Metro Flex Gym. His first bodybuilding contest was in April 1990, at the Mr. Texas. He won first heavyweight and overall. His contest weight is around 229 pounds, while his off season weight hovers around 250. 

Mr Olympia Ronnie Coleman

Ronnie Coleman is an amazing individual and has won the Mr Olympia 8 times. He is known mainly as “Ronnie Coleman”, and has won the Mr. Olympia contest every year from 1998 to 2005. Coleman is an affiliate of the International Federation of Bodybuilders (IFBB) and is signed to an endorsement contract with BSN. Alongside his eight Olympia wins as a professional bodybuilder, Coleman holds the record for most wins as an IFBB professional with 25 wins. He broke the previous record (held by Vince Taylor at 22 wins) in Moscow on November 5th, 2004. Ronnie graduated Cum Laude from Grambling State University (GSU) in 1989 with a degree in accounting. While attending Coleman also played football with the GSU Tigers under famous coach Eddie Robinson. 

Police Officer Ronnie Coleman

After graduation, Coleman became a police officer. Coleman, who has won more professional titles than any other bodybuilder, supports the Inner City Games, an organization that California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger co-founded in 1991. He was the recipient of the 2001 Admiral in the Texas Navy Certificate Award from Texas Governor Rick Perry for outstanding achievements in bodybuilding and the promotion of physical fitness. Coleman’s training consists of simple compound movements with mostly free weights and some power lifting; he rarely uses machines. He typically trains 6 days a week in the on-season. Ronnie Coleman’s First Training Video features Coleman training after the 1997 Mr. Olympia contest.

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