Brandon Curry

Brandon Curry Shares Physique Update As Olympia Prep Heats Up

Bodybuilder Brandon Curry has reached incredible heights in his career as an IFBB Pro, in large part due to his graceful stage presence, excellent conditioning, and overall balanced physique. On June 1, 2022, Curry provided his fans with an update regarding his off-season efforts in preparation for 2022 Mr. Olympia.
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Brandon Curry Shares His Bodybuilding Diet For The Mr. Olympia Prep

Bodybuilder Brandon Curry recently shared what he eats throughout the day during his Mr. Olympia preparation. Curry is one of the most elite competitors in the Open Pro division. He captured Mr. Olympia and Arnold Classic titles in the year 2019. The 39-year-old also scored a win at the 2022 Arnold Classic. If he captures the Olympia title in December 2022, Brandon Curry will become the only competitor to win both the titles in the same calendar year on two separate occasions.

Brandon Curry on Course for a Potentially Historic 2022 Bodybuilding Campaign

It’s hard to believe that prior to 2019, Brandon Curry was seen as a bodybuilding journeyman. The 2008 NPC USA Overall champion had a few pro wins up to that point, most notably the 2013 Arnold Classic South America. But, he was never perceived to be among the elite of the sport. Curry was even famously asked at the 2016 Olympia press conference if he would consider moving to the 212. He had become an afterthought when it came to the biggest show in the sport, and he actually finished out of the top 15 in that contest. Two years later, he was able to place fifth at the 2018 Olympia, and even then, some experts and people in bodybuilding thought that was a nice cap to what they considered a respectable career.

Brandon Curry on The 2022 Arnold Classic: “I’ve Got The Confidence I’m Going To Win”

Perennial Open pro competitor and former Mr. Olympia winner Brandon Curry recently sat down with Fouad Abiad for an interview about the 2022 Arnold Classic and other topics. A few weeks out from the Arnold Classic, Curry looks ready to take on every challenge. The 39-year-old finished second behind Mamdouh ‘Big Ramy’ Elssbiay at the 2021 Olympia and is a massive favorite heading into the 2022 Arnold Classic.

Brandon Curry Is Turning Heads 3 Weeks Out From the 2022 Arnold Classic

2019 Mr. Olympia Brandon Curry set bodybuilding Instagram on fire with his physique updates ahead of the 2022 Arnold Classic (AC) scheduled for Mar. 3-5, 2022 at Battelle Grand Ballroom of the Greater Columbus Convention Center in Columbus, OH. Curry uploaded a posing video on Instagram on Feb. 10, 2022. While Curry did not say exactly when the video — where his lower legs are hidden behind a flight of stairs was recorded — he confirmed it is from his 2022 AC prep. Check out the video below that Curry says “was taken…on an empty stomach post morning cardio so [he] was flat.”

Coach Abdullah Alotaibi Slams Olympia Judging After Brandon Curry Second Place

The 2021 Mr. Olympia saw Brandon Curry wind up in the second place position. However this is something that his coach, Abdullah Alotaibi is not quite happy about. Alotaibi helped to propel Curry to the top of the sport, leading him to win the 2019 Mr. Olympia. Even though Brandon came in second place both in 2020 and 2021, he seemed to be satisfied knowing that he was one of the top two best bodybuilders in the world.

Brandon Curry: “More Work” To Be Done to Win Back O Title

Going into the 2020 Mr. Olympia, the defending champion, Brandon Curry, had two objectives. One was to beat seven-time champion Phil Heath, which he had never done before. The second was to obviously repeat as the winner of the Sandow. The Tennessee native went one for two. He did place ahead of Heath who came in third, but he lost the title to the new champion, Mamdouh “Big Ramy” Elssbiay.