Chris Bumstead is arguably one of the greatest bodybuilders competing today.
He competes in the Classic Division which aims to get back the old-school “Arnold-like” physiques.
Of course, when you’re a Mr. Olympia competitor it’s quite obvious that the competitors are most likely using performance-enhancing drugs.
Although not everyone admits it, Chris Bumstead is one of the guys that are not afraid to tell the truth.
He’s in the offseason right now
Daddy cbum and his offseason efforts seem to be heating up, given his recent time at the gym.
In a recent YouTube video, Bumstead showed off a series of arm exercises to correct any weaknesses in preparation for the 2022 Mr Olympia competition.
Which will be held in December this year.
Recognized as one of the most popular Classic Physique bodybuilders in the sport, Bumstead quickly gained a lot of attention as an IFBB pro.
He is a three-time Classic Physique Olympia champion and won the prestigious title for the first time in 2019, beating his predecessor Breon Ansley in stunning fashion.
In 2020 Daddy cbum went determined to prove to the world that he remains the sport’s No. 1 classic-physique bodybuilder.
He did just that, defending his title in 2020.
Definition of not giving up even though he experienced set-backs
Daddy cbym then continued that feat, returning to the 2021 Olympia the following year, where he once again overwhelmed his peers with sharp aesthetics and balanced fitness.
“C-Bum” did his best to maintain his superb physique.
He contracted COVID-19 last year and lost a lot of weight as a result.
Still, the champ smashed his preparations, eating a 5,000-calorie-a-day diet to offset weight loss from the virus.
Despite the difficulties, Bumstead knows how to take training to the next level when it needs to.
And right now he seems to be focusing on building his arms.
Chris Bumstead Arm Workout
- Cable Triceps Pushdown — 2 sets for 10 reps
- Dumbbell Incline Skull Crusher — 3 sets for 10-12 reps
- Barbell Biceps Preacher Curl — 3 sets for 4-6 reps
- Standing Dumbbell Biceps Curl — 3 sets for 10-12 reps
- Standing Single Arm Cable Triceps Extension — 2 sets for 15 reps
- Standing Cable Hammer Biceps Curl — 2 sets for 10 reps