Kevin Levrone just posted video footage of himself performing squats after it was revealed he was recovering from a problem he had in his knee tendon since his last competition in 2003. (Read more: Kevin Levrone reveals injuries leading up to Olympia – Updated)
Levrone has made a deadline of eight months. Nobody know yet was he has in mind, but most probably he will step on the stage again.
With eight months of solid training, Levrone surely will be better than he was at the 2016 Olympia.
Will Kevin try to qualify for the 2017 Mr. Olympia? or will it just one competition? These are all questions that still have to be answered by the IFBB Legend.
This is what Levrone posted:
Special thanks to: Spine Pain Centers
G. Hudson Drakes, M.D., pain specialist & my brothers at Exile Gym. The tendon is getting stronger and feeling much better on the weekly. I want to thank everyone for your concerns and support threw my rehab. Check out 315lbs for 19 Reps we are on our way guys. We stay commuted to the finish 8 month to go. We go on faith. This is one of my favorite bible verses I’d like to share with you to apply to your life. Hebrews 11:1 Now faith is the confidence of what we hope for and assurance of what we do not see.