Four-time Olympia Men’s Physique winner Jeremy Buendia returns to his home division. Ahead of this thrilling comeback, he talked about his form and it is safe to say that he worked very hard. After finishing fourth in the 2018 Men’s Physique Olympia, Buendía announced that he would retire from bodybuilding. Although he remained active in the sport, it was a disappointment not to be an idol on the competition stage. Last year (as reported by IronFlex.com.ua) he surprised the iron sports community when he announced his return and announced that he would train with the guys at the famous Oxygen Gym in Kuwait. “I'm still working to regain 100% control of my left side, but the progress has been great and the training has become much less painful! I consumed about 280 grams of protein, 80 grams of fat, and 400 grams of carbohydrates daily. About 3-4 cheat meals a week. I gave up cardio for a month because my metabolism recovered! Looking back a month ago, I ate, barely exercised and looked pretty bad for my standards. Sure, everyone wants to add a steroid factor to any of my transformations, but honestly, it doesn't work without a solid workout schedule and the right nutritional plan. Regardless of whether you are natural or not, the principles are the same. The results may or may not be as extreme depending on the person, but the results will still occur regardless! Eat well! Train hard! AND TAKE CARE OF METABOLISM! " There is still a lot of work to be done before Jeremy is ready to enter the Olympia stage. That being said, he clearly worked hard on his back. In fact, he hinted at this in a post, talking about the diet and exercise he used to get his physical condition back to normal. Although Buendía clearly lost in the Men’s Physique category in 2018, it will be interesting to see how he can return when December rolls around.
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