The world of bodybuilding has been rocked by a peculiar phenomenon – dents on bodybuilder’s legs.Recently, I noticed a deep crater in the four-time Mr. Olympia Classic Physique champ Chris Bumstead’s left leg. Upon closer inspection, I realized that the same issue was present in Big Ramy’s legs. The question on everyone’s mind is – what is causing these dents?
My theory is that the dents are caused by torn muscles. While it is not entirely clear whether the dents are due to injury or bad injection sites, it is likely that torn muscles are the culprit. Big Ramy’s dents are symmetrical on both legs, while Chris Bumstead’s is only on one leg. Chris also has a torn bicep and a torn hamstring, in addition to a torn quad. I am concerned that the judges might penalize Chris for his injuries, affecting his chances of winning the 2023 Mr. Olympia.
I believe that the judges are judging the shows fairly and that Chris easily won this year’s Olympia. However, Chris has to be extra careful this year because there are several other excellent bodybuilders in the competition, including Urs Kalecinski, Ramon Dino, Terrence Ruffin, and Mike Summerfield. Chris must be at his best to win his fifth Mr. Olympia title.
I hope that Chris’s injuries do not worsen and that he is extra careful with his physique. I feel that Chris has been pushing his body too hard for the last decade and has to be cautious going forward. However, having Hany Rambod in his corner, who peaked Chris 110% for last year’s Olympia, Chris can’t be in better hands coming into his potential 5th title.
In conclusion, the issue of dents on bodybuilder’s legs has raised many questions about the causes and the impact on the sport.Chris Bumstead’s injuries potentially affect his chances of winning the 2023 Mr. Olympia highlights the importance of taking care of one’s body and being cautious with training. With the competition heating up, Chris and the other bodybuilders must be at their best to win the coveted title.