Andrew Jacked Looks Impressive Days Out From Texas Pro

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Andrew Jacked looks ready for action days out from the Texas Pro.

Andrew Jacked is looking impressive ahead of his IFBB Pro League debut at the Texas Pro. He looks poised to give the best of the best like Steve Kuclo a run for their money, but can he get the job done?

One of the top bodybuilding prospects of the modern day, Andrew Jacked has exploded onto the scene and looks poised to have a stranglehold on the Open Bodybuilding division. The talented athlete has received his pro card and now looks to obtain his first IFBB Pro League victory and qualify for the 2022 Olympia.

Looking to make a big splash in his first IFBB Pro League show, Andrew Jacked has pulled out all the stops. Utilizing his connections with top level bodybuilding legends like Flex Wheeler, the IFBB Pro League newcomer has soaked up the knowledge of talented individuals and has been putting it to work.

In preparation for his pro debut at the Texas Pro, Andrew Jacked has been training out of The Dragon’s Lair gym in Las Vegas. Quickly becoming a staple in the bodybuilding arena as a training ground for the greats, Andrew has had the opportunity to work with former reigning 212 champion Flex Lewis and legend Milos Sarcev. This has afforded him the opportunity to meet prominent IFBB Pro League figure Steve Weinberger.

FLATTER THAN PANCAKE 🥞 😎

AWESOME BLESSING AND PLEASURE TO HAVE AN ENCOUNTER WITH THE BIG STEVE @BEVSGYM , THANKS TO @FLEX_LEWIS AND @MILOSSARCEV FOR THE INTRODUCTION 🙏🏾.

YESSZZZIIRRR!!!

Days Out

It’s clear that Andrew Jacked has the potential to go far and with the backing of so many figures it seems a foregone conclusion that he’ll make some major waves. However, Andrew will need to overcome the talented veteran Steve Kuclo at the Texas Pro to achieve his dreams of stepping onto the Olympia stage.

As such Andrew Jacked is taking his preparation very seriously and his training reflects that perfectly.

CHISELING………

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YESSZZZIIRRR !!!

What do think of Andrew Jacked? Can he win the 2022 Texas Pro?

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