Lee Priest (50) used to compete at the highest level of bodybuilding and competed at the most prestigious bodybuilding contest in the world, Mr. Olympia.
Lee managed to get top 6 three times in Olympia and is considered one of the most fantastic pairs of arms and legs ever in bodybuilding.
Even though Lee Priest is short (1.63 cm/ 5’3) compared to most other bodybuilding competitors, he earned himself the nickname “Giant Killer.”
Lee earned that name due to his ability to win over much heavier and taller guys on stage, Lee had incredible muscle size in his prime, and he started training when he was just a teenager.
Lee competed over 50-times in bodybuilding and was considered one of the top guys in the sport back in his prime.
Lee Priest got a lifetime suspension from the IFBB for criticizing the federation for corruption in a bodybuilding contest.
Lee has spoken about the fact that there was corruption in placements in bodybuilding.
Now Lee is still actively involved in the sport, frequently making videos giving his fans advice and opinions on how to be a better bodybuilder.
At 50 years old, Lee is still very muscular and trains regularly to maintain a decent shape.
What many people don’t know about Lee Priest is that he started training as a teenager, and before he ever used steroids, he managed to build up an impressive physique.
Many people don’t believe that Lee was natural when he was 16-18 years old, but Lee has said multiple times in interviews that he didn’t use steroids until he was 19 years old.
Lee had said multiple times that he was a natural and started using steroids when he was 19.
When Lee started using steroids, he became a professional bodybuilder who competed with the sport’s top guys.
Notably, Lee Priest won Ronnie Coleman five times in one year, including in the Mr. Olympia competition in 1997.
See the impressive photographs of Lee Priest before and after he started to use steroids: