Blessing Awodibu is looking stage ready ahead of Indy Pro.
Blessing Awodibu looks incredible just five weeks out from the Indy Pro. The popular bodybuilder has posted some rather impressive physique updates on his Instagram showcasing the fruits of his labor.
It appears that Blessing Awodibu has finally gotten things on track. The popular social media figure and bodybuilder has been looking much improved as of late. Not only has he improved upon his weaknesses, he’s made his strength all the more powerful. For anyone doubting his ceiling, Blessing is breaking some hearts and bringing haters down to reality.
Just several months ago Blessing Awodibu had misfired in his couple bodybuilding competitions. He talked a good game, especially against Nick Walker. When it was time to step on stage however it was clear that Blessing was lacking in a few areas. Walker would go on to dominate at the 2021 NY Pro while Blessing came in sixth place. It was a bitter pill to swallow for the popular bodybuilder but he did so and moved on.
Now it appears that Blessing Awodibu left no stone unturned in improving for the 2022 season. Blessing hopes to get revenge at the Indy Pro. After taking third at the 2021 show, Blessing hopes to demolish the competition. From his recent updates he appears to prepared to do just that. Five weeks out from the show Blessing is looking rather impressive.
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WHO’S HITTING ARMS TODAY?
The Secret to Blessing’s Success
What’s the secret to his success? According to Blessing Awodibu it’s all about volume. A recent appearance on Mark Bell’s podcast yielded some interesting tips from the popular bodybuilder.
VOLUME VOLUME VOLUME.
IF YOU REALLY WANT TO BUILD MUSCLE, YOU NEED TO IMPLEMENT VOLUME IN YOUR SETS. DOING 8-12 REPS IS A GOOD RULE OF THUMB FOR BODYBUILDING MOVEMENTS.
FOR POWERLIFTING, TESTING YOUR 1 REP MAX CAN BE GREAT BUT FOR MUSCLE BUILDING, TRY DOING YOUR SQUATS, BENCHES, AND DEADLIFTS FOR 5-10 REPS WITH A LIGHTER WEIGHT.
What do you think of Blessing Awodibu and his current physique ahead of the Indy Pro?