Bodybuilder made a stunning transformation: “I was a dried up sponge”

Larry Wheels ate some amazing meals after the race.

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Bodybuilder by Larry Wheels weight gain startles social media.

In November, Wheels competed in the amateur Olympic competitions and was second in the men’s Classic Physique series.

After the race, the American started a massive refueling. He claims to have gained 25 kilograms in two days.

– I thought about eating whatever I wanted during the day. I ate a meal every two hours with 2,000 kilocalories, he says in an interview with Rx Muscle According to Fitnessvolt.

– I gained several kilos more weight with each meal. The massive weight gain was also related to the water I drank with every meal.

Wheels posted pictures of themselves before and after the race on their Instagram account. You can see the huge difference by pressing the arrow on the right side of the update.

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Before the race, Wheels used diuretics, i.e. preparations that remove fluid from the body. After scrunching, the water really tasted good.

– I was like a dried sponge. When I got water, I swelled up like a balloon. I googled how much weight someone has gained in 1-2 days. I found a maximum of 18 kilos. So I could set a record. I’m not particularly proud of it.

Fierce posing

The difference to the posing of Wheels on the competition stage is really dramatic. The bodybuilder published a picture of his vacuum pose on social media.

– I don’t know how I was able to do that.

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According to Wheels, the competition diet before the Olympics was the heaviest of his life. The bodybuilder’s voice went from a whisper to a higher pitch.

– Two days after the race, my voice changed. It was higher.

In addition to bodybuilding, Wheels has competed in powerlifting, arm wrestling and powerlifting competitions. He has been open about his steroid use.

Last year, Wheels said he stopped using all performance-enhancing substances except testosterone.