Following the post ” What Ronnie Coleman Looks like Today (2013) ” I noticed big Ron was still more popular than I thought, even after years of retirement from pro bodybuilding. That previous post did not really glorify his physique so I decided to pop out a few old pictures underlining his best years as a profesionnal bodybuilder. For those of you who think they’ve seen it all, I really recommend checking these out because even after seeing his popular pictures dozens of times I’m still impressed by the stunning physique he displayed on stage every year. There was never such a talented-slash-genetically gifted bodybuilder in history (except maybe for Arnold) and it might take a long time before we get to see another like him.
Here we can see bodybuilders Dexter Jackson and Flex Wheeler conceding defeat to big Ron.
We all know how huge is Jay Cutler in this picture, but Ronnie doesn’t even look human there.
What seems to be Mr. Coleman on Jay Leno. That woman is like what the heck, his quads are bigger than my torso!
The definition in his lats is amazing. Makes you think of today’s Kai Greene
Ronnie Coleman squatting very heavy in the gym. Can’t even see all the plates in the picture.
Probably his best display of muscle definition ever.
Yes I know this is a Photoshopped picture but it’s a keeper anyway.
He had probably the biggest pecs / chest of the IFBB pro circuit.
The man again on stage
In know the picture is low quality but it just shows how wide he was.
Crazy wide and thick back muscles. A pleasant side-effect of steroid use.
HD version of the front lat spread pose.
King. Yeah buddy!
Massive chest on display at the gym.
I don’t think I’ve ever witnessed any shoulders that big and well-defined.
Another back shot.
A mountain of muscle on two legs.
Ronnie Coleman pulling the split here during an event.
Nice opposition here from Jay Cutler but he still stands out the most.
The size of his lats just isn’t fair for anyone.
Couldn’t skip that one.
Those are truly amazing quads. The angle shows them perfectly.
Holy thickness! And the vascularity.
Bigger than a refrigerator on this one.
Another picture of the early glory days of his bodybuilding career.