Ronnie Coleman Height, Weight, Age, Diet Plan, Body, Wiki, Biography & More

 

Ronnie Coleman

 

Ronnie Coleman is eight times Mr. Olympia, and he holds the record for 26 IFFB wins. He is amongst the best bodybuilders ever. Ronnie has a height of 5ft. 11 inches and weighs around 140kgs.. So let’s check out Ronnie Coleman’s diet which he used to follow back then, his height, weight, and images.

 

Ronnie Coleman Wiki/Bio

Real/Born NameRonnie Dean “Big Ron” Coleman
Nick NameBig Arm, GOAT (Greatest of All Times)
Date of Birth/Birthday13th May 1964
Age (in 2019)55
Birth Place/Born inBastrop, Louisiana, U.S
Sun Sign/Zodiac SignTaurus
NationalityAmerican
Lives in/ResidenceArlington, Texas, USA
Profession/WorkWord famous Bodybuilder, Weightlifter, Former Police Officer for the Arlington Police
ReligionChristian
Sexual OrientationStraight
Race/EthnicityBlack American
Is he Dead or AliveAlive

Ronnie Coleman Childhood/Young Info

SchoolBastrop High School
CollegeGrambling State University (GSU)
Educational QualificationGraduate degree in Accounting

Ronnie Coleman Body Figure, Physical Stats, Measurements

Ronnie Coleman

Height in Meters1.8 m
Height in Centimeters180 cm
Height in Feet-Inches5 ft 11 in
Weight in Kilograms140 kg (approx)
Weight in Pounds308 lb (approx)
Body Figure Measurements58-36-24
Chest Size58 in
Waist36 in
Biceps24 in
Hair ColorHe is completely Bald
Eye ColorBlack

Family, Parents, Siblings

ParentsMother: Jessie Benton (has a muscular physique)

Father: no information is available on his father.

SiblingsHe has 3 sisters and 1 brother-all them are from different father

Girlfriends/Spouse/Children

Marital StatusMarried, divorced and married again.
Marriage Date28th December 2007 and April 11, 2016
Wife Name and OccupationSusan Williamson, a personal trainer
ChildrenHe has 4 children with Susan Williamson, out of which 2 are daughters, namely Jamilleah and Valencia Daniel.
Past Relations/Ex-GirlfriendsRouaida Christine Achkar Coleman, a personal trainer. (His Ex-wife)

Money/Earning

Ronnie Coleman Net Worth in Dollars$10 million
Net Worth in Indian Rupees73 crore Indian Rupees

Ronnie Coleman

 

Controversies

  • He has been accused of using illicit anabolic steroids to rampantly bulk up.

Lifestyle

  • Smoking: No
  • Drinking: No
  • Food Preference: Non-Vegetarian
  • Hobbies: Weight-Lifting and Policing

Interesting Facts about Ronnie Coleman which you must know

  • He made a modest beginning in bodybuilding as he failed to win even a single trophy between 1992-1994. But never lost hope and continued.
  • He likes to introduce himself as ‘I’m one of 2 men in the whole world to be able to call themselves 8 X Mr. Olympia’.
  • He has also won 26 titles as IFBB professional. However, his first bodybuilding title was of Mr. Texas (Heavyweight & Overall) in 1990.
  • His personal trainer for a long time has been ‘Brian Dobson’ who was also the owner of the gym from where Ronnie started lifting seriously.
  • Coleman’s thighs and calves measure 32 inches and 22 inches respectively.
  • Ronnie used to take 3 to 4 months off/break after Mr. Olympia.
  • While competing, the majority of his time used to be spent on either eating or getting ready to eat!
  • He was raised by a single mother and used to love playing football in college and was pretty good at it. Soon his inclination towards bodybuilding began.
  • Ronnie Coleman simultaneously excelled in football and weightlifting. Both the sports mutually helped him become an A-class athlete which helped him get a ‘sports scholarship’ in Grambling State University.

Ronnie Coleman

 

  • Despite having a degree in Accounting he wasn’t able to find a respectable source of living and a permanent job. He even had to serve as a pizza delivery boy for some time. But deep down within, he had a desire to make it big.
  • Finally, at the age of 25, he got the job in the police department. The bonus for him was that the police force required a high level of fitness because of which he continued to weight lifting. Perhaps a private gym was provided for all policemen in all police stations. But this gym lacked the infrastructure he desperately needed to reach new heights in the bodybuilding world. Thus, he joined a nearby gym where he met his trainer Brian Dobson.
  •  From here he was on a road to success, there was no turning back for him. He worked hard in the gym, followed a strict diet plan and incessantly bagged multiple bodybuilding titles ubiquitously from various competitions.
  • He made history by breaking the record of Arnold Schwarzenegger in Mr. Olympia.
  • He finally announced his retirement after losing the Mr. Olympia title in 2007. Some people call it ‘the death of a legend’, But Legends never die, they live forever.
  • Soon after his retirement as a bodybuilder, he became a successful entrepreneur by establishing a bodybuilding supplements Company.
  • Now he looks entirely different. Almost beyond recognition. Indeed, one day everything comes to an end.

Ronnie Coleman Diet Plan

Ronnie Coleman

 

Breakfast

He has 6 tablets of BSN Nitrix before this meal.

  • 1 cup of grits with cheese 
  • 12 egg-whites

He has 6 BSN Betalin capsules after this meal.

 

Ronnie Coleman

 

Pre-Workout Meal

After two hours gap between his first meal, Ronnie starts his workout taking:

  • 2 scoops of NO Explode as an instant shake.

Post-Workout Meal

After his intense workout, Coleman consumes the following supplements for recovery 

  • 2 scoops of Cell Mass
  • 6 tablets of Nitrix
  • Supplement enriched in Vitamin C, Vitamin E, Multi-vitamin, Multi-mineral, Chromium, Glucosamine and Calcium.

Lunch

  • 1 chicken breast
  • Red beans and rice
  • kernel corn 
  • Few slices of cornbread

After his lunch, he takes 5 capsules of BETALIN

 

Ronnie Coleman

 

Evening Meal

6 capsules of BSN Nitrix before this meal.

  • 3 kgs Grilled Chicken and,
  • Few baked Potatoes.

Ronnie Coleman

Dinner

  • 5 oz chicken breast.
  • 8oz of filet mignon.
  • baked Potatoes and french fries
  • A glass of Lemonade and 5 capsules of BSN Betalin after his meal.

Ronnie Coleman

Mid-Night meal before bed

  • 4 scoops of lean dessert protein shake and,
  • Rich sources of vitamin e, vitamin c, multi-mineral, and calcium, generally capsules.