Miloš Šarčev

2548_452500688191948_444605500_nMiloš Šarčev was born on January 17, 1964. He is a IFBB Pro bodybuilder from Bečej, Serbia.

He has studied Nutritional Technology in University of Novi Sad until he moved to USA in 1987 to pursue his bodybuilding career. In 1989 he won Mr. Universe title and in 1991 he became IFBB professional.

In his pro debut (San Jose Pro Invitational) he immediately qualified for his first Mr. Olympia competition. Known to be in contest shape year around Miloš had set the new standard among IFBB professionals by competing in every organised show throughout a year.

Until his retirement in 2003 he competed in record number of 72 IFBB pro shows, qualifying for Mr. Olympia competition for ten consecutive years. After his competitive career he became known for coaching/advising numerous professional athletes and Olympic medalists.

He took a part in famous Project World Record, as a nutritionist and strength and conditioning coach for Tim Montgomery – creating fastest man alive by breaking the World Record on 100meters sprint (9.77 seconds) in less then 9 months of coaching.

As one of the original contest preparation gurus, he prepared numerous top IFBB pros, Mr. Olympia finalists, like: Nasser El Sonbaty, Flex Wheeler, James ‘Flex’ Lewis, Chris Cormier, Gustavo Badell, Dennis Wolf, Dennis James, Troy Alves, Sonny Schmidt, Richard Jones, Hidetada Yamagishi, Silvio Samuel, Tarek El Setouhi, Joel Stubbs, Luke Wood, Ben Pakulski, Kris Dim, Marius Dohne, Johnnie Jackson, King Kamali, Mustafa Mohammed, Alfonso Del Rio, Jari Mentula, Armin Scholz, Manuel Manchado, Ahmad Ahmad, Edie Abbew, Ed van Amsterdam. and many more.

Miloš Šarčev is known for his excellent muscular proportion, aesthetic shape, balance, symmetry and conditioning. His presence on stage was one of perfection and detail. His smooth and artistic posing routines made him stand out above the rest.

His training routines are all about maximum stimulation of muscle fibers utilising wide variety of different training techniques, angles, grips, stances, range of motion, tempo…etc.

They consist of three major groups of movements.

1) Compound exercises performed explosively and with heavy weight,

2) Exercises with moderate weight and sets in the 8-12 repetition protocol and

3) Multi-exercise sets that are performed one exercise after another with as little rest in between sets as possible. These exercises stimulate Type 1 slow twitch muscle fibers and type 2 a and b fast twitch muscle fibers.

He also pioneered intake of specific nutritional sport supplements pre,during and post training, based on his HYPEREMIA ADVANTAGE PRINCIPLE (increased blood flow to the working muscles during the training).

Miloš Šarčev’s excellent training routines have been featured on’s Fit Show. Miloš Šarčev has successfully launched his Miloš Šarčev’s Signature Line – International Line of Supplements. These can be purchased online at He is also still available for ONLINE COACHING at

Bodybuilding titles:

1988 AAU Mr. Universe, Light-Heavyweight, 3rdmilos sarcev 2
1989 WPF Mr. Universe, Light-Heavyweight, 1st
1991 Grand Prix Denmark, 5th
1991 Grand Prix England, 9th
1991 Grand Prix Finland, 4th
1991 Grand Prix Italy, 7th
1991 Grand Prix Spain, 7th
1991 Grand Prix Switzerland, 6th
1991 Niagara Falls Pro Invitational, 4th
1991 Night of Champions, 11th
1991 Mr. Olympia, Did not place
1991 San Jose Pro Invitational, 3rd
1992 Arnold Classic, 8th
1992 Chicago Pro Invitational, 5th
1992 Grand Prix England, 8th
1992 Grand Prix Germany, 10th
1992 Grand Prix Holland, 12th
1992 Grand Prix Italy, 10th
1992 Ironman Pro Invitational, 6th
1992 Niagara Falls Pro Invitational, 4th
1992 Night of Champions, 5th
1992 Mr. Olympia, 16th
1992 Pittsburgh Pro Invitational, 4th
1993 Chicago Pro Invitational, 3rd
1993 Grand Prix England, 5thmilos sarcev 3
1993 Grand Prix Finland, 3rd
1993 Grand Prix France (2), 3rd
1993 Grand Prix Germany (2), 5th
1993 Grand Prix Spain, 4th
1993 Niagara Falls Pro Invitational, 3rd
1993 Night of Champions, 5th
1993 Mr. Olympia, 11th
1993 Pittsburgh Pro Invitational, 3rd
1994 Grand Prix England, 8th
1994 Grand Prix France (2), 6th
1994 Grand Prix Germany, 4th
1994 Grand Prix Italy, 4th
1994 Grand Prix Spain, 4th
1994 Mr. Olympia, 13th
1995 Canada Pro Cup, 3rd
1995 Houston Pro Invitational, 5th
1995 Niagara Falls Pro Invitational, 4th
1995 Night of Champions, 6th
1996 Canada Pro Cup, 3rd
1996 Florida Pro Invitational, 3rd
1996 Night of Champions, 4th
1997 Canada Pro Cup, 1st
1997 Grand Prix Czech Republic, 8th
1997 Grand Prix England, 8th
1997 Grand Prix Finland, 8th
1997 Grand Prix Germany, 7th
1997 Grand Prix Hungary, 7th
1997 Grand Prix Russia, 7th
1997 Grand Prix Spain, 9th
1997 Night of Champions, 2nd
1997 Mr. Olympia, 10th
1997 Toronto Pro Invitational, 1st
1998 Grand Prix Finland, 5th
1998 Grand Prix Germany, 5th
1998 Night of Champions, 11th
1998 Mr. Olympia, 11th
1998 San Francisco Pro Invitational, 5th
1998 Toronto Pro Invitational, 7th
1999 Arnold Classic, 5th
1999 Grand Prix England, 5th
1999 Ironman Pro Invitational, 2nd
1999 Night of Champions, 5th
1999 Mr. Olympia, 10th
1999 Toronto Pro Invitational, 2nd
1999 World Pro Championships, 5th
2001 Night of Champions, 10th
2001 Toronto Pro Invitational, 7th
2003 Grand Prix Hungary, 6th
2003 Night of Champions, 9th