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Chad Nicholls Releases Exclusive Pictures of Dennis James

One of the more prominent gurus of the bodybuilding industry has yet again released rare photos of his early clients.

This time around it’s the German-American bodybuilder Dennis “The Menace” James time around.

“For this TBT I’ve got some really cool shots of Dennis James from Thursday afternoon before the 2004 Mr. Olympia and some of him that Friday (early in the day). Dennis was one of those athletes who was always so easy to work with – he was very regimented, and on time with everything! The crazy thing about him was that he ALWAYS looked full, but he could hold his fullness with very little carbs. However, he wasn’t a physique that was carb sensitive either. You could push a ton of carbs at him and he could tolerate them well – very seldom spilled – but he actually looked better on lower to moderate carbs because he stayed just as full, just as crazy and round looking, but you didn’t have to worry about any stomach issues.

It’s unbelievable to me that the 90’s and early 2000’s were the pinnacle of conditioning – yet we now live in a time where we know so much more about the human body: science and nutrition taking huge leaps forward and yet the athletes conditioning in today’s sport continue to regress. It literally shows you that there is NO substitute for hard work and discipline! ”

For this TBT I’ve got some really cool shots of Dennis James from Thursday afternoon before the 2004 Mr. Olympia and some of him that Friday (early in the day). Dennis was one of those athletes who was always so easy to work with – he was very regimented, and on time with everything! The crazy thing about him was that he ALWAYS looked full, but he could hold his fullness with very little carbs. However, he wasn’t a physique that was carb sensitive either. You could push a ton of carbs at him and he could tolerate them well – very seldom spilled – but he actually looked better on lower to moderate carbs because he stayed just as full, just as crazy and round looking, but you didn’t have to worry about any stomach issues. It’s unbelievable to me that the 90’s and early 2000’s were the pinnacle of conditioning – yet we now live in a time where we know so much more about the human body: science and nutrition taking huge leaps forward and yet the athletes conditioning in today’s sport continue to regress. It literally shows you that there is NO substitute for hard work and discipline! @bigdjames

Ett inlägg delat av Chad Nicholls (@thedietdoc)

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