7. Steve Reeves
Steve Reeves became known for his role in Hercules and proved that it is possible to go from stage to screen with huge success. It was said that Steve was so addicted to bodybuilding that he wouldn’t even care about his injuries and just carry on training as though nothing happened.
Of course, great things never come easy, and this is what gave Reeves his muscularity which made him one of the most iconic bodybuilders ever.
8. Greg Plitt
Greg was America’s top fitness model, actor, and a former Army Ranger. Plitt was known as a very brave and bold individual and not to mention his aesthetic features had a bunch of fans behind him all the time.
Unfortunately, he died in a horrible accident while filming a training video in the rail yard. According to police who reviewed the video, Plitt was trying to outrun a train that he thought to believe was on a parallel set of tracks.
9. Marco Pietrowski
Pietrowski entered the fitness and bodybuilding industry back in 2008. The South African’s hard work and determination took him to the heights of success which aren’t possible for many in such a short timespan.
He is an online fitness coach and has been featured in many magazines. However, back in 2015, Pietrowski was in a terrible car accident in which rendered him bound to a wheelchair. His fiancé also left him after his accident. Sloots gonna sloot.
10. Flex Wheeler
Last but not the least is Ken “Flex” Wheeler. He is considered to be the best bodybuilder to never win the Mr. Olympia. Though it seems, a very dubious distinction but his physique is what has made him popular.
He had the perfect combination of size, definition, and symmetry. Flex possessed a legendary body that no one can ever rival.
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