“Tired and Depleted” Chris Bumstead Use a Secret Hack to Pump Up His Workouts Before Mr. Olympia

Chris Bumstead is a well-known name in bodybuilding, inspiring people all over the world. He’s the face of Classic Physique, and his incredible dedication and self-confidence are impressive. Bumstead working even harder to defend his title for the fifth time. In the world of fitness and bodybuilding, having any kind of advantage can be a big deal.

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The current champion has found a new approach that might help him win the 2023 Mr. Olympia.  He recently posted a story on social media where he shared a new approach that not only kept him safe from injuries but also allowed him to concentrate more on his training without any time wastage.

Chris Bumstead unveils a secret


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Bodybuilders often experiment with their workouts and diet. They experiment until they get the desired result. In the latest update, the 28-year-old bodybuilder has also shared one of his secrets with his fans. In a recent Instagram story, the bodybuilding icon revealed a surprising pre-workout ritual that has been making a big difference in his training regimes. Bumstead mentioned, “Experimenting with @marlinchiropactic secret techniques and PEMF pre-workout helped my muscle activation given how tired and depleted I am.”

For those who aren’t familiar with it, PEMF stands for Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy. It’s a non-invasive and drug-free method used to boost overall health and enhance athletic performance. CBum’s discovery of this new approach has been a game-changer, particularly when he’s felt tired and drained. By applying this technique before his workouts, he’s increased muscle activation. This is vital for bodybuilders striving to achieve their best results. To achieve the best outcome, Bumstead indulged in regularly intense training just like Arnold Schwarzenegger used to do.

CBum showing off his progress


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The story he shared on his IG, with a snippet of his workout, contains two posts, one where he revealed his PEMF and doing standing barbell with heavy weights. In the other story, he’s been showing off his well-defined calves.

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In one of his videos he mentioned his weight goals, he said, “I also just I just didn’t want to cram trying to lose 30-40 lbs because it’s just really bad for your body to lose like 50-40 lbs of weight and muscle to try and make weight, and weight caps was 240 so 260 265 with my weight cap my Peak weight this year 20 25 lbs.”


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While managing his own weight for this year’s competition, CBum set a reasonable goal for himself. With his sheer determination, he said regardless of his weight, “I can pull that off in 16 weeks, no problem.” As the Canadian bodybuilder continues to excel in bodybuilding, his insights might inspire others as well to try these methods. Who do you think will these new techniques of CBum help him conquer the title for the fifth time? Share your opinion in the comments below.

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