Ok guys i started one of these threads about "masterpiece" Chris Masters a while back,most people seemed to prefer Bobby Lashley pysique wise. So i thought id start one with about Randy as his phsique would be possible for most T-Nation readers. So give me your thoughts on him.Too skinny ? not enogh muscle? to lanky? Lets hear em.
his workout routine consits of mostly high reps 15-20 with 10-15 sets a bodypart trained once a week.
Although hes got a much better physique than me theres something about his body that I dont like. Difficult to pinpoint but maybe too lanky, not enough definition. Maybe his high rep workout is to blame, as we know low rep/strength training makes you look hard.
Maybe thats why I dont like him, he's pretty buff but still looks a pussy!!
Orton and John Cena are two guys that are in good shape, and have physiques that are attainable without the use of drugs. I wouldn't mind having the overall size of either guy, although they both need to add some mass to their legs.
I have much respect for pro wrestlers who have physiques like cena, batista and so on, being on the road so much it has to be a bitch keeping up with it. Randy looked better a few years ago when he came in, I agree that he looks too lanky. You have to catch these guys at the right time, like after some time off, when HHH came back after that quad injury a couple years ago he was a fuckin monster.
Randy is more like 6 feet 4 or 5 and goes close to 250 pounds.He has some weight on him but being that tall gives him the lanky look.
His workouts can be found by googleing but i think it might be on one of his websites. randy-orton.com or something like that.
Jbl working out? doesnt look like it does it haha. Yeah speaking of wrestlers coming back after a injury,do u remember when edge came back after his neck surgery? he was a beast now he has gone back to a more slender physique.
John cena is around 230 pounds now.I once seen him when he was back in his bodybuilding days, he was 260 pounds at 6 feet 1 with 4% bodyfat.Quite impressive to say the least.