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The world of bodybuilding has always been a fiercely competitive arena where athletes battle for the top spot at competitions like the Mr. Olympia. Recently, however, there has been some controversy around a collaboration between two top physique athletes, Chris Bumstead and Ramon Dino.

In a video that has been making the rounds on social media, Chris Bumstead talks about how he would never train with his competition or give them any tips that would help them take his title away from him. Chris, who is the current Mr. Olympia in the classic physique category, is seen in a video training with Ramon Dino, who finished in second place in the same category.

Chris expresses his concern about training with Ramon, saying that he doesn’t want his competition to see how he trains or learn his methods. He also expresses his disapproval of giving his competition posing tips or gifts.

Chris’s concerns are valid, as bodybuilding is a sport where athletes are constantly trying to one-up each other. Giving your competition an advantage could mean losing your title, and that’s something that Chris is not willing to risk.

While some fans might think that the collaboration between Chris and Ramon is great for the sport, Chris disagrees. I believe that there are better ways for athletes to collaborate without giving their competition an advantage.

Chris’s video has sparked a lot of discussion within the bodybuilding community. Some people agree with him, while others think that he’s overly competitive. Regardless of where you stand on the issue, it’s clear that bodybuilding is a sport where athletes need to be careful about who they collaborate with. While collabs can be great for building relationships and growing your audience, they can also be detrimental if you’re not careful.

In the end, it’s up to each athlete to decide who they collaborate with and how much they’re willing to share with their competition. Bodybuilding is a tough sport, and only the strongest and most dedicated athletes will come out on top.