Dorian Yates from England is one of the most successful bodybuilders in history; in his competitive career, Dorian managed to win six consecutive Olympia titles from 1992-1997.
Dorian was one of the first bodybuilders that brought a freakishly muscular physique to the stage.
With his monster physique, Dorian dominated bodybuilding for six consecutive years.
Dorian was the successor from the grand Olympia champion Lee Haney, Lee dominated the sport for eight consecutive years, and Dorian placed second to Lee Haney in 1991.
Lee Haney retired in 1991, which gave Dorian a much better opportunity to win the Olympia in 1992.
Dorian won his first Olympia title in 1992 and dominated the sport after that.
Dorian was not beaten on the Olympia stage again after losing to Lee Haney in 1991.
After suffering many injuries, including a torn bicep and tricep, Dorian retired from competitive bodybuilding after securing his sixth Olympia win in 1997.
Dorian, after his career, spoke a lot about bodybuilding, how he trained, dieted, and openly talked about his steroid use.
Dorian Yates used a low-volume and high-intensity training style to grow his muscles.
Dorian Yates only trained for 1 hour per session four times per week, and he trained with high intensity.
Footage from the 1993 Mr. Olympia has been going viral, where Dorian showcases his incredible physique on the Olympia stage; in that contest, Dorian won his second Mr. Olympia title.
Dorian Yates 1993 Mr. Olympia (video)
Watch Dorian Yates pose at the 1993 Mr. Olympia showcasing his monstrous physique.