We all know that Ronnie Coleman was among the greatest bodybuilders of all time, and during his peak, he was matchless.
His trainer is Big J, who has been training him for all the years.
Ronnie Coleman's back has always been the talking point about him, and the reasons are some top-quality workouts.
His trainer has breakdown the workout that they did to get Ronnie Coleman back so powerful and big.
We can’t stress more about how great genetic freak Ronnie Coleman was during his peak time.
He is one of the greatest bodybuilders to ever compete in competitive bodybuilding.
His titles and awards speak of his strength and body.
He has won more IFBB than any other bodybuilder, and he is also eight-time Mr. Olympia winner.
Ronnie Coleman has been competing in bodybuilding for the last 20 years, and he was a nightmare for his competitors.
Ronnie Coleman's back was the standout feature of his body.
If we have to point out the single characteristic that made him far superior to others, then it would certainly be his size.
He had a matchless mass of his body.
Ronnie Coleman's back was bigger than anyone else at that time.
Young athletes and bodybuilders always wanted to know the secrets behind such massive back that made him successful in his time.
Recently, his trainer has hit the gym with Mark Bell, and in a video, he explained the workouts he had Ronnie Coleman do for several years.
Big J gave a breakdown of the Ronnie Coleman back workout that he did for almost 20 years;
He told us that each workout used to be of 4 sets. Each set consisted of 20 reps. they used to start the first 2 sets with light weights.
The last 2 sets used to be heavier.
In the video, Big J explained the workouts in full detail.
He gave a brilliant breakdown of all the exercises that they used to do.
You can learn all the exercises from the video to know about how Ronnie Coleman's back became so huge.
Reda is an ACE Certified Nutritionist, Brazilian jiu-jitsu purple belt and bodybuilder with 11 years of experience. He's been published on many influential websites such as lifehack.org, Wealthy Gorilla, Good Men Project and more.