Was you out enjoying the last few days of summer and missed out on your favorite bodybuilding and fitness shows? Fear not, because we have all the details on all the weekly shows featured on Olympia TV and the Muscle & Fitness YouTube channel.
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Prime Time Muscle
Tim Wilkins, Terrick El Guindy, and Chris Cormier always have their eyes on new talent entering the IFBB Pro League, and there was no way they would miss the debuting Carlos Thomas Jr., who was making his debut at the 2023 Texas Pro. Wilkins was aware of Thomas early thanks to MC’ing his coming out party at the 2021 Armed Forces Nationals show. Someone else you may know was also in the house to see that appearance. Nonetheless, the guys break down his physique and try to predict how successful he will be in the pro ranks, where all the boys are big boys. They also spoke about the Olympia battles that have taken place.
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Femme Flex Friday
The ladies of Femme Flex Friday take on a challenging topic of discussion – sportsmanship. Lenda Murray, Whitney Jones, Wendy Fortino, and Camile Periat are all athletes as well as hosts, and they have seen both good and poor sportsmanship over the years. They have also had to show good sportsmanship as competitors. They go deep into the topic and share examples and stories of both versions. If you’re a regular viewer of FFF, then you will want to follow them on Instagram @femmeflexfriday when they go live at 5 PM Eastern time to talk about this very episode.
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The Menace Podcast
There was no Fit Rockstar Show this week, but Dennis James was back with another episode of TMP with Cormier, Milos Sarcev, and special guest Nathan DeAsha, who is poised to make his return to the stage later this season. DeAsha talked about his recovering from both of his bicep injuries, working with his new coach, and his goal of placing in the top 6 on the Mr. Olympia stage. He also shared his thoughts on Regan Grimes, who is also competing in the near future. The guys also talk about Tyler Manion’s video specifying what the judges want to see from competitors in future shows.
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2023 Masters Olympia Coverage
For the first time in 11 years, the Masters Olympia is back. For the first time ever, the show featured more than the Men’s Open division. Ten Masters world titles were on the line in Romania, and who better to get the inside scoop coverage from than Olympia TV? El Guindy, Steve Weinberger, and Bob Cicherillo break down the action and share their thoughts from their own positions at the show. Check out the interviews, analysis, and much more over at the Olympia TV YouTube channel.