EVLS Prague Pro 2016, that will be held as part of EVLS Prague Showdown, are happy to announce Josh Lenartowicz will competing along with Shawn Rhoden and Mamdouh “Big Ramy” Elssbiay.
The Melbourne bodybuilder will be in Prague for the first time so we asked him few questions to present him to the audience.
In what age did you start with bodybuilding and what attracted you to this sport?
I was 14 years old when I started training. My brother Adam trained and had pictures on his wall of greats like Dorian and Arnold and I was amazed by what the body could look like. I then got to watch the 98 Mr. Olympia on ESPN which made me believe this was a world wide recognized sport where you could make a good living out of. I was told if you make a living doing what you love then you never have to work a day in your life. The rest is history
What do you consider as the biggest success in your career?
The biggest success so far has been winning my first pro show in 2015, the San Marino Pro, which lead me to be accepted into the Mr. Olympia competition. I was crying so hard on stage because it was a dream that I had made reality not by luck or chance or favoritism but by hard work, sacrifice and belief that one day I could do which I did.
What weight do you aim to have in Prague?
Around 270 pounds, that is 122,5 kg.