Dennis James teams up with Charles Glass for the Arnold Classic
On Wednesday, January 14, Dennis "The Menace" James, who was in Venice, California training with Charles Glass for the 2009 Arnold Classic on March 6th, dropped by the Weider offices for an impromptu visit. Crushing the scales at an incredibly hard 265 pounds 8-weeks out from the show, James is so confident in Glass's expertise that he's willing to drive 370 miles - each way - from Arizona to Venice where he's rented a one-bedroom apartment just down the street from Gold's Gym. James will stay for two-weeks at a time all the way up to the show. Here are more tidbits straight from The Menace himself:
"Charles has the magic formula. Everytime I work with him I look my best. It's a winning combination."
"He knows my body and what I need to improve on. Our main goals are more back detail and quad separation."
"We're shooting for 245-250 pounds for the Arnold. I'll have that streamlined look that the judges want right now. I'll be in great condition with the fullness I had in 2003."
"Everybody's a threat at the Arnold. Victor, Kai, Toney, Silvio and myself can all win this show. That's why I'm bringing my best."