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The world of bodybuilding is constantly evolving, and this weekend’s events in Canada showcased three impressive guest posers: Antoine Vaillant, Quinton Beastwood, and Nick Walker. These three massive bodybuilders did not disappoint and gave the fans something to talk about. The guest posers showed up looking bigger and better than ever, and in this report, we’ll take a closer look at their physiques.

Nick Walker is fresh off his appearances at both the Olympia and the Arnold. Nick was in fantastic shape, and his conditioning was impressive, particularly given the fact that he had just finished two challenging preps. He is well-known for his hardcore approach to bodybuilding and has a routine that he follows religiously. Nick was working with a new trainer during this offseason, so it remains to be seen if he will continue to make improvements as the year progresses.

Antoine is still in the middle of his offseason, and from the looks of things, he’s taking the time off to grow even more. It’s a smart move, considering that he’s a six-foot bodybuilder who needs to weigh a lot to be competitive. Antoine is a seasoned competitor and has been through multiple challenges in his career. He is also dealing with a heart condition, and he is being extra cautious, making sure that he stays healthy and gives himself enough time to make the necessary improvements.

Quinton Beastwood is one of the newer guys on the scene, and he’s generating a lot of excitement. Quinton hired Matt Jensen a few months ago, and together, they’ve been working on his physique. The result of their efforts was on full display in Canada, and Quinton looked incredible. He was a little heavier than usual, but that’s to be expected when you’re trying to push yourself to that superhuman level of size. His back still needs to come up, but he’s making progress, and we’ll likely see even more improvements as the year goes on.

In conclusion, the world of bodybuilding is full of excitement and hard work. These three impressive guest posers showed us that the sport is still evolving, and that there’s always room for improvement. We’ll continue to watch their progress and look forward to seeing them compete again in the future.