flex lewis Mr. olympia

Flex Lewis all set to challenge for the 2020 Mr. Olympia title.

Flex has decided to move up from the 212 Division to the open class. After winning seven 212 Olympia titles, Flex decided he needed a bigger challenge.

In the 212 Division, Flex stood out as one of the bigger competitors and was on par with his fellow competitors.

Moving up to the open class will see Flex as one of the shorter athletes on stage. But at the same time, Flex will stand out as a bodybuilder with a well balanced physique.

Flex is already being predicted to place in the top three at the 2020 Mr. Olympia.

Coach Neil Hill has made public his plan that will see Flex Lewis challenge for the 2020 Mr. Olympia title this December.

In his latest post on social media, Neil Hill gives a detailed description on what he has planned for Flex Lewis in the weeks leading up to the 2020 Mr. Olympia.




Neil Hill’s Plan for Flex Lewis

So we have been keeping food pretty low over the past 8 week’s, allowing for Flex’s body to really rest up & his digestive system to be super cleansed before we start our Full proper off season in just 2 weeks from now.
* Then at 14 weeks out from show day we start our Full Pre-Contest Prep where his body will become hyper responsive to start growing into the show, no more making weight limits, now it’s all about bringing some Extraordinary to the stage.
* He’s already 12lbs up and leaner than past preps at this point. It’s been a Very positive time away from the stage for Team #y3t athlete @flex_lewis.
* We are looking forward to bringing a New exciting look to Las Vegas & the 2020 @mrolympiallc contest. – Neil Hill

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So we have been keeping food pretty low over the past 8 week’s, allowing for Flex’s body to really rest up & his digestive system to be super cleansed before we start our Full proper off season in just 2 weeks from now * * Then at 14 weeks out from show day we start our Full Pre-Contest Prep where his body will become hyper responsive to start growing into the show, no more making weight limits, now it’s all about bringing some Extraordinary to the stage* * He’s already 12lbs up and leaner than past preps at this point. It’s been a Very positive time away from the stage for Team #y3t athlete @flex_lewis * * We are looking forward to bringing a New exciting look to Las Vegas & the 2020 @mrolympiallc contest * * @alir87 @ifbbpro_league

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Flex Lewis Contest History

2003
British Championships – IFBB, Junior, 1st

2004
Mr Britain – NABBA, Junior, 1st
British Championships – IFBB, Junior, 1st
European Championships – NABBA, Junior, 1st
Mr Universe – NABBA, Junior, 1st

2006
British Championships – IFBB, Light-HeavyWeight, 1st

2007
British Championships – IFBB, Overall Winner
British Championships – IFBB, Light-HeavyWeight, 1st

2008
Europa Supershow – IFBB, Open, 7th
Europa Supershow – IFBB, LightWeight, 1st
Olympia – IFBB, LightWeight, 3rd
Tampa Pro Championships – IFBB, LightWeight, 2nd
Tampa Pro Championships – IFBB, Open, 7th

2009
Atlantic City Pro – IFBB, LightWeight, 1st
Olympia – IFBB, LightWeight, 5th

2011
Arnold Classic Europe – IFBB, 5th
British Grand Prix – IFBB, LightWeight, 1st
European Pro – IFBB, 3rd
New York Pro Championships – IFBB, LightWeight, 2nd
Olympia – IFBB, LightWeight, 2nd

2012
British Grand Prix – IFBB, LightWeight, 1st
Olympia – IFBB, LightWeight, 1st
Prague Pro Championships – IFBB, LightWeight, 1st

2013
Olympia – IFBB, LightWeight, 1st
Prague Pro Championships – IFBB, LightWeight, 1st

2014
Arnold Classic – IFBB, LightWeight, 1st
Korean Grand Prix – IFBB, LightWeight, 1st
Olympia – IFBB, LightWeight, 1st
Prague Pro Championships – IFBB, LightWeight, 1st
San Marino Pro – IFBB, LightWeight, 1st

2015
Korean Grand Prix – IFBB, LightWeight, 1st
Olympia – IFBB, LightWeight, 1st

2016
Korean Grand Prix – IFBB, Winner
Olympia – IFBB, LightWeight, 1st

2017
Korean Grand Prix – IFBB, LightWeight, 1st
Olympia – IFBB, LightWeight, 1st

2018
Olympia – IFBB, LightWeight, 1st