Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|Ronnie Coleman The Cost of Redemption |
Actor: Ronnie Coleman
Genres: Exercise & Fitness
Witness 7-time Champion Ronnie Coleman training for the Mr. Olympia contest. Includes four days of his whole-body workouts : 160 lbs Dumb-bell shoulder presses, 800 lbs Squats, 2,250+ lbs Leg Presses, 495 lbs Bench Presses... more »
Ronnie's the best? YEAH BUDDY - but this dvd isnt!
Joe | Brooklyn, NY United States | 03/15/2006
(2 out of 5 stars)
"If you wanna see Mr. O having great amazing workouts, buy this, if you want to learn how you can improve, maybe better off saving your money. While the DVD is no doubt showing one of the best ever, Ronnie doesn't explain anything, there's no info on strategies, diet, pre-contest diet, bukling phases, etc. It's just Ronnie lifting "light weight!"."
Black Eyed Pea
William B. Ma | 02/24/2008
(4 out of 5 stars)
"The video is ok but definitely nowhere near as good as Unbelievable. Althought I liked his freakish workouts...for example that 2500 lb leg press. Dayum!!!!! I like the squat workout, that was pretty entertaining. This was his off season so his diet consisted of the same thing day after day. His sponsor should be Quaker Oats Instant Grits, "lookit me!!! I ate Quaker Oats Instant Grits and It made me a multiple Mr. Olympia champion.......yeah buddy!!!" All in all, it was entertaining when he was in the gym. I do watch his liftin' techniques and see what exercises I can incorporate into my workout."
Light weight baby!!!
Jeremiah Johnson | waukegan, il | 05/18/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)
"For those of you who might need a little motivation to hit the gym Mr. O brings it hardcore for three straight hours. This DVD takes you through a typical week of training and diet for Big Ron and you see what a real bodybuilding lifestyle is like up close and personal. It isn't scientific, just brute force, pure intensity and dedication. I've had the pleasure of meeting Ronnie on two occasions and he's been pleasant if not verbose when posing for pictures and signing autograps. When I asked how many calories he eats daily he replied "I don't know that's too much work, I just eat!" I truly believe him too, which is amazing in the climate of modern bodybuilding. There's definately no acting just Big Nasty in the flesh letting his muscles do all the talking."