Days After His Tear Jerking Farewell, 41 YO Bodybuilder Finds Strength in His Fan’s Love: “Everyday You’re Getting Stronger”

In the world of bodybuilding, winning the Mr. Olympia is the ultimate dream for every bodybuilder. They work vigorously throughout their lives with determination and hope of achieving this coveted title at least once. However, sometimes, life takes unfortunate turns, and these bodybuilders have to leave their dreams.

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It is disheartening to see their dreams remain unfulfilled. William Bonac, who recently announced his retirement, has no choice but to accept this reality and move ahead in his life. Announcing his retirement without reaching the goal of living his life is heart-wrenching. Evidently, he shared his emotions on social media with a quote that touched the hearts of many.

William Bonac shared a post with a strong message


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A while back, the 41-year-old updated his fans about his break from the competitive arena. The Arnold Classic champ always inspires himself and others. However, this time he re-shared a post of a fan who motivated him. He uploaded it on his Instagram story with a powerful message. With his incredible words, people might stay determined and dedicated despite facing difficulties and making sacrifices regularly.

His post shows that even the most dedicated and hardworking individuals sometimes face setbacks in their lives, but their passion for sports always be inspiring. “It may seem like every day is getting harder, but every day you’re getting stronger,” says the father of two.

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Throughout his career, he has experienced both successes and setbacks. He’s been in the industry for many years now. According to the Fitness Volt, the Ghanaian player started his training at the age of 13. Then he moved to Australia, where his bodybuilding career started. He got his inspiration from legendary bodybuilders who survived 40 injuries, Flex Wheeler and Kai Greene. He caught attention in 2011 at the Arnold Amateur in the Men’s Open Division.

Bonac’s journey till now

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However, William never stopped fighting for his dreams until recently. He became a top contender in the Men’s open division. He won the Arnold Classic in 2018 and 2020. In 2019, he almost won the Mr. Olympia but came second to Brandon Curry. Showing the world his capabilities, earlier through his Instagram, he announced his retirement. Also mentioned, living like a normal person is hard.


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He wrote in his post that even though physical changes have provided some relief, there is still an emotional void that remains. There is a powerful quote that perfectly captures this feeling: “Yet I feel incomplete ’cause there’s something missing!!” It raises the question of what is causing this emptiness despite having everything, could it be that the SANDOW trophy is the missing piece? Share your views.

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