Lee Andrew McCutcheon (Lee Priest) is a competitive bodybuilder from Australia. He is a former IFBB professional bodybuilder and a current NABBA professional athlete.
Priest's mother was also a bodybuilding competitor, and posed with Priest onstage. Priest started training at the age of 12 with the help and support of his grandfather. He competed for the first time at the age of 13 and won. He went on to win numerous other competitions leading up to him winning the IFBB Mr. Australia at 16, 17, 18, and 19. While competing in the Niagara Falls Championships, Priest was discovered and given his pro card. Priest became one of the youngest men ever to turn IFBB pro at the age of 20.
Priest competed successfully within the IFBB for 16 years. After falling shy of a notable championship, Priest set his sights on his most elusive opponent The Ironman Pro. After ten years of coming in 2nd or 3rd, he became the Ironman Pro in 2006.
Lee Priest returned in 2013 to compete in the NABBA Mr. Universe where he won the overall title as an amateur.
Priest joined MuscleSport Magazine in November 2014 and began writing a monthly column online and in their print magazine. He was featured on the cover of their Winter 2015 issue.Read more
Guy Cisternino (Quadro) was always fascinated in sports and training. His father was his main inspiration for bodybuilding, who was a boxer and footballer, with a great physique. When Guy entered college, he found out about bodybuilding competitions, and soon, weight training became his main priority.
Guy decided to step on the stage for the first time in 2003. However, 7 days before the show, he received an e-mail saying the show was canceled. He later managed to find another show in West Virginia on the same date. Guy arrived at the show, stepped on the stage for the first time, and took home 1st place in the novice class overall, and open class, but lost to another competitor in the open division overall.
It was at this point Guy realized bodybuilding and competing were his passions in life. Guy then competed in the 2007 NPC Nationals, where he became a runner-up in the middleweight class. His second show was the NPC Junior USA the same year, where he took home 1st place. After winning the NPC Junior USA, he knew he had more potential to go one step further.
He stepped on the stage at the 2008 NPC Nationals and “smoked” the competition, taking home 1st place with a perfect score and won his Pro card.
Over the next few years, Cisternino participated in numerous shows, such as the 2013 IFBB Wings of Strength Chicago Pro-Am Extravaganza, where he placed 2nd and 1st in the 2014 IFBB Europa Dallas competition.
He continued his series of impressive results with a win at the 2014 IFBB Toronto Pro Supershow and 2nd place at the 2014 IFBB New York Pro. In 2015, he was a runner-up at the IFBB Europa Phoenix, the winner of the IFBB New York Pro, and came in 6th at the IFBB Olympia Weekend.
Ever since the beginning of his journey into bodybuilding, Cisternino has become an IFBB Professional bodybuilder with a huge following on social media where he continues to share his pictures and motivational quotes, inspiring others to take on life’s challenges and become the best versions of themselves.Read more
As a kid I had this feeling inside me that I was not good enough. Fear of not being good enough. I wanted to be better. To be stronger. The only thing I could control was that. To get bigger and stronger. I started doing pushups and sit ups at a young age, and felt like I could control those results by putting the effort in. I kept doing it, and doing it.
Fast track to 2012, I win my IFBB pro card at the Canadian Nationals. The goal is also to use these many platforms to motivate, entertain and make the world a better place. If you ask me what my dream is right now, my dream is to change the world. Change the world for the better, even if it's 1%. I am grateful that because of my passion of bodybuilding, I have an opportunity to do that.Read more
Evan Centopani is an IFBB professional bodybuilder from Connecticut, USA. He's a successful athlete who has won a number of IFBB shows, including the New York Pro and the Tampa Pro.
In 2007, Evan solidified this success by claiming his Pro Card. He won the super-heavyweight class at that years NPC National Bodybuilding & Fitness Championships, and could now pose with the best bodybuilders on earth. He did so at his first professional show; the New York Pro in 2009. In this pro-debut, he took an incredible 1st and was ecstatic in front of the large crowd at the Tribeca Performing Arts Center.
One of Evan's greatest wins was at the 2011 IFBB Los Angeles Pro competition. In this show, he was declared the overall winner of the general bodybuilding category and had truly arrived in the professional bodybuilding world. Following this event, Evan decided that he would take a break from professional shows and focus on helping others reach the top.
After his win in 2011, he went on to win again in 2013 at the Tampa Pro and attain several top 5 finishes in the Arnold Classic, placing as high as 8th at the Olympia. In 2016, following a major knee injury, he decided to begin helping others and has been doing so ever since.Read more
Chris Tuttle, a professional IFBB bodybuilder, received his bachelor’s degree in Nutrition and Dietetics at the University of New Haven. He further expanded his understanding of nutrition by completing a Dietetic Internship at Stony Brook University Hospital in New York. He holds a Master’s degree in Nutrition from the University of Saint Joseph. He later started his nutrition and fitness consolation, Tuttle Nutrition, sharing his expertise in weight loss, sports performance, contest preparation, bodybuilding, and fitness and figure competitions.Read more
Born in Becej, Serbia, Milos had always been a lover of fitness in high school. Milos' new fascination for the industry motivated him to learn the science behind bodybuilding. He enrolled at the University of Novi Sad (Prehrambena Tehnologija), where he trained to become a Nutritional Specialist.
By the age of 24, in 1988, the Serbian was on the way to achieving one of the greatest physiques in the world. He would go on to win the 1989 WPF Mr. Universe in the same category as his first. As well as taking home the trophy, Milos had earned his Pro Card.
Over the course of the next 8 years, Milos appeared in over 50 shows, gaining more recognition for his hard work. By 2003, at the age of 39, the Serbian had become a legend in the sport. However, he wanted to give back to the sport and began training athletes. Following his retirement from competing, Milos became one of the greatest coaches in the world. He trained industry giants Flex Wheeler, Dennis Wolf, Dennis James, Nasser El Sonbaty, and so so many more!Read more
We all joined NapsGear with one common goal in mind – self improvement. Getting started on the right path is the most difficult part; getting the right info is often the first place we look: bodybuilding magazines, forums, and close friends to name a few.
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