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View Poll Results: What bodybuilder had the best genetics?

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  • Arnold Schwartznegger

    568 42.36%
  • Flex Wheeler

    273 20.36%
  • Danny Padillo

    10 0.75%
  • Dorian Yates

    58 4.33%
  • Frank Zane

    60 4.47%
  • Mike Mentzer

    23 1.72%
  • Dorian Yates

    48 3.58%
  • Ronnie Coleman

    189 14.09%
  • Lee haney

    28 2.09%
  • some other guy... Please name him!

    84 6.26%

What bodybuilder had the BEST GENETICS?


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  1. #101
    Amateur Bodybuilder Golden_Muscle's Avatar
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    Obviously someone like dorian yates. Too bad his build is not that great though, that my opinion.

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    Nahhh...ya'll got it wrong. It's either Peewee Herman, or Screetch. Arnold Horshack is a close third.

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    WRT Parks: 19" waist and 20" arms?

    That is patently absurd. It's impossible
    for a 143 lber. to carry a 20" arm. Hell,
    I've never seen anyone under 200 lbs.
    even come CLOSE.

    As for the 19" waist, get real man...it's
    insulting that you'd even *mention* that,
    no matter how gullible the average netizen
    might be. 19" is smaller than a 90 lb. Playmate's
    waist wearing a fucking CORSET!

    Am I the only person utterly SICK of hearing
    all these cheesy lies about arm and waist sizes?
    It's the biggest crock of shit running in the
    iron game today after synthol. Even Greg Kovac's
    styrofoam plates aren't quite as insulting...

    As for the best genetics, Sergio, by far. No other
    man is as complete. Flex is the "prettiest," but
    he's narrow, doesn't have real calves, and has no
    lat width to speak of either. Arnold was awesome,
    but his triceps were significantly behind his bis.
    His rear delts were nonexistent when he lost
    a little size, and his lat spread has maybe half
    the impact Yates' did.

    Ronnie? Big ass stomach when he carries nearly
    enough size to threaten guys like Yates. Paul
    Dillett? Psh. I've seen better backs on local middleweights
    (but NOT bantams, as some are too eager to claim <rolls
    eyes>). Count both out.

    Dexter Jackson is Mr. Flat. He's a superior bodybuilder
    but doesn't have near enough thickness to whip the
    best builders of all time.

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    I've got to go with arnold- his huge chest and really high bi peak were real genetic gifts.

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    Sergio Oliva, of course.

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    nubret.......a great man

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    dont forget were talking different "time frames" here..

    So Arnold could be bigger per say, if he was to train in the late 80's on through to the mid 90's and on.


    BTW: Arnold 1#

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    Sergio Olivia - The Myth

    Lilmyth

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    Originally posted by Dial_tone
    Paul Dillett has the best frame ever. I'm amazed how little he's achieved in the pro ranks.
    If Big Paul had a back more like yours, he might've done just that

    Actually Paul did okay in the IFBB...he did win the NOC, maybe 3 or 4 (?) Grand Prix shows, and made some strong placings in the Olympia (especially in '96, IIRC, when he should've been higher). Like I said, his terribly weak back always kept him from the tip-top.

    Most people who've watched him train say that he lifts like a wimp. You can even see this in the Weider magazines...where a guy who improved a lot, like Chris Cormier, was curling 85s for reps, Paul would make some excuse about being near contest shape and go for a 40 or 45.

    If you want to improve, even with his genes, you gotta grab that heavy iron. He could've been Mr. Olympia if he squatted and deadlifted the way Ronnie Coleman did, never being satisfied with the weight he had on the bar.

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    Got to give it up to my personal favorite KEVIN LEVRONE!

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