Published at Saturday, December 26th 2020. by jack154 in Bodybuilders.
Gustavo Badell the famous Venezuelan king in bodybuilding is now looking for his next big challenge. Seemingly, like nothing special anymore. evolutionary. That is what you call change, period.
This is a story that goes like this. In 1993, Gustavo Badell, was invited to the Olympics by the Soviet Union. He had qualified for the Olympics in the previous four Olympics, but this was his first trip to the Games. The week before he arrived in Venezuela, he had received an invitation from Videl Sucre, theicio Bolivarista leader of the nation. He was shocked. He did not even know what the invitation was for and had no idea what the purpose of it was.
Videl Sucre gave him this weird piece of paper, which contained a list of credentials, which included: "I hold all of the credentials required to prove my mettle as a world-class athlete." On the next day, Gustavo Badell found out that his qualifications for the Olympics had been reduced to the final four. Two of the qualification spots had been taken by two other Americans, so Gusto Badell entered the Olympics in third position.
There is some speculation as to whether this is true, but the truth is, nobody really knows. What is agreed on, is that the reason why Gustavo Badell entered the Olympics was because he needed some help with his physique, and in that respect, he received it. It was not for an ability to win competitions, and not really even because he wanted to show off in some sort of athletic contest. He did enter the Olympics as a supplement to help boost his strength and muscles and also to increase his energy levels. That's why he has been called a steroid legend.
What he didn't know was that he was sabotaging his chances of winning. He should have been aware of the risks associated with lifting weights, and what happens to your body when you take them. He may have enjoyed bodybuilding, and he may have even considered it as a hobby, but he did not realize the dangers that are associated with lifting weights. He also didn't realize that if he stayed away from contest-type lifting, he might not be able to put on any muscle at all.
It's hard to say if Badell ever thought about quitting after the second place finish in the Venezuela vs. Brazil exhibition contest. His reason for joining the US squad was to improve his work in the gym. He wanted to show that he could get bigger and stronger. If he had joined the British or Korean teams, he could have achieved those goals, but he never thought to join the US squad until after the Olympics.
Badell made the decision to give it a shot after missing many workouts and injuring his back during the process. He should have quit after the Olympics, because he probably would have missed a ton of work, and injured his back even more. He put everything into this trip, and it turned out to be the huge mistake he could have made. He injured his back during the V Venezuelan exhibition and never came back to compete in Puerto Rico. He never competed seriously again in the United States.
You can learn about the game of bodybuilding from some of my previous articles. You can also learn about the real reasons why I think Gustavo Badella should be given the Arnold classic. (Page 2) You can also purchase an official program for the Olympics from my website and download a copy of my "Gustavo and the Arnold Classic." You can check out some videos about the real day of the competition, where I place third, and learn how the Arnold Classic Competitors train.
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