“I Have a Point to Prove”: 2023 Men’s Physique Champion Defies an Age-Old Saying as He Reveals His Future Plans for Coming Mr. Olympia

Published 12/11/2023, 10:38 AM EST

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Although winning the Mr. Olympia can mean the ultimate goal for thousands of bodybuilders, no one can chain an athlete’s passion and ambition with only one title. Weeks later after winning the Men’s Physique title at the marquee event, Ryan Terry has declared that he is ever so hungry to achieve more.

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Terry is the only bodybuilder who has won three Arnold Classic titles in three different countries: Spain, the US, and England. And the list of his accomplishments keeps on growing. To ensure that this continues to happen, he recently declared his plans for the arena.

Ryan Terry reveals his philosophy regarding his career

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Terry’s posted a picture of him posing with his ripped physique on Instagram. In the caption of his post, the bodybuilder found it necessary to update his fans on how he does not believe in a very famous old saying about people’s inclinations towards slacking in one’s journey after they have reached their goals. He stated, “What is it they say… ‘the wolf on the hill is never as hungry as the wolf climbing the hill’ I beg to differ…”

 

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Instead, the Herculean bodybuilder, Terry mentioned that he is ever so hungry. He wrote, “I have a point to prove more than ever now”. He further stated, “I’ve worked too hard and too long to reach the top, and I intend on staying there.”

Ryan Terry was not always this confident about his physique. In fact, as a 14-year-old, Terry had body Dysmorphia that haunted him for a while. However, this led to him choosing the gym 

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Dealing with Body Dysmorphia: Ryan Terry

When Terry felt doubtful about his physique he instantly looked for a solution, which happened to be going to the gym. This decision changed his life and career forever. Terry once recalled, “When I came into my teenage years around the age of 14, I started to develop a complex about the way I looked a bit of Dysomorphia and I started to join a gym because for me I thought training my body, making sure that I’m got a six-pack, looking good, feeling good they’re all gonna help with confidence.”

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Despite the wins he has had in the recent past, Ryan Terry has no intentions of sitting on his laurels and has stated his intentions for the upcoming year. Do you think he will win the Mr. Olympia for a second straight year? Let us know in the comments below.

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Pritha Halder

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