Back of a Champion: Kai Greene
September 9, 2011
It’s the decider; the money shot. In the modern era, contests are won from the back - more specifically, the back double-biceps pose - and nowhere is this more evident than at the Mr. Olympia. At clutch time, multiple-Sandow winners Lee Haney, Dorian Yates and Ronnie Coleman turned their backs to the audience to make it lights out, game over for the competition with a wide, thick back, separated and pockmarked with gnarly bumps and, in the case of the latter two, peeled-to-the-bone hams and glutes.
Heading into this year’s Olympia, Kai Greene has been working tirelessly to perfect what is already one of the best backs in bodybuilding. In the video below, Greene trains his back and explains how he’s created such impressive muscle from behind. On September 16, when he turns his back to the audience, we’ll see if he can be counted among one of the greatest backs of all time.
Now sit back at watch the video, courtesy of MuscleMeds: “Bodybuilding Contests Are Won From the Back"