10 Bodybuilders That Took It Too Far ► Subscribe: https://goo.gl/vHN6qB For copyright matters please contact us at: email@example.com Bodybuilders are a special kind of people who have incredible willpower and determination. The majority of bodybuilders usually achieve their goals and go on to win many competitions and are happen with their progress and performance. However, there are some bodybuilders that don’t know when they should stop and will do anything to be bigger than all the others. But before we start, don’t forget to subscribe to our channel and turn on notifications so you’ll be first to know when a new video comes out. Now check out these 10 Bodybuilders That Took It Too Far. 10. Phil Heath – Nicknamed ‘The Gift’ Phil Heath is the current seven-time Mr. Olympia Champion and is currently tied with Arnold Schwarzenegger for the third all-time number of wins behind two other bodybuilding greats Lee Haney and Ronnie Coleman. He won his first title back in 2011, and if he continues his winning streak, he could go down as one of the best bodybuilders of all-time. 9. Markus Ruhl – Markus Ruhl is what many call a ‘mass monster’. It’s interesting how Marcus Rule got his start in bodybuilding. He began training at the age of 18 as a recommendation from a doctor after he sustained a knee injury from playing soccer. When he started he only weighed 120 pounds! 8. Dorian Yates – Yates has the fifth-highest number of Mr. Olympia awards of all time and ranks behind Lee Haney and Ronny Coleman, and Arnold Schwarzenegger and Phil Heath. Yates had a turbulent childhood. The death of his father when he was just 13-years-old affected him massively. 7. Jay Cutler – This four-time Mr. Olympia winner got his start in bodybuilding at an early age. Before becoming a bodybuilder, Jay worked in his brother’s concrete construction business from the age of 11, but began training when he was 18 years old. Before he became a bodybuilder, he wanted to work as a corrections officer in a maximum security prison and graduated college in 1993 with a criminal justice degree. 6. Greg Kovacs – Before Kovacs was a bodybuilder he studied as an electrical engineer and was playing hockey and soccer before he got into bodybuilding. Greg Kovacs was considered the largest pro bodybuilder in the late 90’s with a height of 6 foot 4 inches and weighing a massive 420 pounds in the offseason and weighing 330 pounds when he was in contests. 5. Rich Piana – This bodybuilder became interested in the sport at just 6 years old after watching his mother train in the gym for her bodybuilding contests, and at just 11 years old, started weightlifting. Just four years later he had started to compete in contests. 4. Dean Wharmby - Our next bodybuilder shows us just how tragic things can be when a person dives headlong into the game without understanding exactly what they were doing. Wharmby, at his peak, looked just as good as any official competitor on the bodybuilding circuit however it was coming at a price. 3. Andreas Munzer – One look at Munzer and you’d believe that he was pulled straight from the action cartoons we watched as kids. Münzer was an admirer of fellow Austrian bodybuilder Arnold Schwarzenegger and basically attempted to imitate Schwarzenegger. 2. Nasser El Sonbaty - Nasser El Sonbaty was a Serbian-Egyptian IFBB professional bodybuilder who began bodybuilding in 1983 and was born in Stuttgart. His father was Egyptian, while his mother was Serbian. His first competition was at a Junior State Championship in Germany in 1985, placing 6th. 1. Arnold Schwarzenegger – Everyone knows who the ‘action man’ is. He is worth an estimated $300 million dollars, and had arguably the most famous body in the world and was in a string of movie hits that included Predator, The Terminator, and Red Heat. However, it was when he starred in the violent 1982 smash hit ‘Conan The Barbarian’ that established him in Hollywood. We hope you enjoyed the video. Make sure you’re subscribed and turn on notifications and you will be the first to know when a new video comes out. We appreciate you and want to thank you for watching.