Urs Kalecinski

Urs Kalecinski: 2024 Net Worth, Stats, Salary, Wife, and More

German bodybuilder Urs Kalecinski has established himself as one of the top three talents in the immensely competitive Classic Physique division. Although the Classic Physique division is relatively young, it has exploded in popularity thanks to talents like Chris Bumstead, Ramon Dino, Terrance Ruffin, and Breon Ansley. Unlike the others, Kalecinski stands out because he is the youngest of the lot and has shown immense potential in a very short period. In fact, many believe that the German bodybuilder can win the Classic Physique Olympia one day.

Who Is Urs Kalecinski?

25-year-old Urs Kalecinski is arguably the most promising talent to have emerged from Germany in over a decade. Following in the footsteps of German bodybuilding icons like Markus Ruhl, Gunter Schlierkamp, and Dennis Wolf, Kalecinski has already established himself as a top Classic Physique Olympian after just three appearances. The IFBB Pro has made a name for himself for rapidly and constantly improving his weaknesses. While he is yet to beat Ramon Dino and champion Chris Bumstead, The Miracle Bear has already beaten former champion Breon Ansley and veteran Terrance Ruffin at the 2022 and 2023 Classic Physique Olympia.

Urs Kalecinski’s Early Life

Competing with the best in his division at 25 might give the impression that Kalecinski has been bodybuilding since he was a kid. However, that's far from the truth. Born on 30th April 1998 in Schwäbisch Gmünd, Germany, The Miracle Bear dreamed of becoming a professional skier. So, the IFBB Pro started his journey to make his dream a reality as a kid.

However, the youngster soon faced the difficulties of pursuing skiing. Since he lived in an urban area, Kalecinski had to commute for hours to train and it started affecting his education. Yet, thanks to skiing, Kalecinski had started lifting weights to become stronger and fitter. At 18, the German bodybuilder stopped pursuing skiing and realized that he had the genetic potential to do well in bodybuilding. Thus began his journey to the Olympia stage.

Urs Kalecinski’s Wife and Children

Urs Kalecniski isn't married. However, he has been in a relationship with someone named Alitsche for at least three years. Alitsche has periodically appeared in Urs Kalecinski's YouTube videos and has been present at his Olympia appearances as well. Not much information is available about Alitsche and the couple hasn't announced any plans to get married.

Urs Kalecinski’s Net Worth 2024

The Miracle Bear's net worth is unknown. However, rough estimates of his reported net worth are a few hundred thousand dollars. Urs Kalecinski has earned $20,000 from his two consecutive third-place finishes at the Olympia. The bodybuilder has also established an apparel brand called Miraclewear.

Urs Kalecinski’s Career Stats, Major Achievements and Awards

Although Urs Kalecniski has been competing professionally for just five years, the 25-year-old has climbed to the top of the Classic Physique division. A prolific competitor, Urs Kalecisnki has won prestigious bodybuilding contests like the Tampa Pro, Prague Pro, and more. However, his most impressive performances so far have been placing third and second at the Arnold Classic and two consecutive bronze medals at the Classic Physique Olympia.

Competition History:

  • 2018 German Championships - Winner

  • 2019 Amateur Olympia UK - Fourth, C Class

  • 2019 Iceland Pro Qualifier - Winner

  • 2019 Dennis James Classic - Sixth Place

  • 2021 Extreme Championships - Second Place

  • 2021 Tampa Pro - Winner

  • 2021 Classic Physique Olympia - Fourth Place

  • 2022 Arnold Classic - Third Place

  • 2022 Boston Pro - Winner

  • 2022 Kuwait Pro - Winner

  • 2022 Classic Physique Olympia - 3rd place

  • 2023 Arnold Classic - Second Place

  • 2023 Classic Physique Olympia - 3rd place

  • 2023 EVLS Prague Pro - Winner

  • 2023 Texas State Pro - Winner

Urs Kalecinski’s Workout

The German IFBB Pro trains under veteran coach Stefan Kienzl. The bodybuilder follows a standard push-pull-legs split for most of his training. While Kalecinski does switch up his training program to focus on specific body parts, the bodybuilder doesn't practice any extreme training methods. The secret behind his rapid improvement is the combination of intensity and volume.

Push Day

  • Dumbbell bench press 2-4 x 10-12

  • Smith machine incline bench press 2-4 x 10-12

  • Machine overhead press 2-4 x 10-12

  • Cable machine seated chest fly 2-4 x 10-12

  • Seated overhead cable crossover triceps extension 2-4 x 10-12

  • Unilateral machine chest press 2-4 x 10-12

  • Seated cable lateral raise 2-4 x 10-12

  • Triceps dips 2-4 x 10-12

  • Wide-grip triceps pushdown 2-4 x 10-12

  • Chest-supported dumbbell lateral raise 2-4 x 10-12

Pull Day

  • Single Arm Lat Pull-Down 2-4 x 10-12

  • Cable Pullovers 2-4 x 10-12

  • Rows on a Plate-Loaded Machine 2-4 x 10-12

  • Pull-Ups 2-4 x 10-12

  • Seated Rows 2-4 x 10-12

  • Standing Rows 2-4 x 10-12

  • One-Arm Cable Curl 2-4 x 10-12

  • Dumbbell Preacher Curl 2-4 x 10-12

  • Cable Curl 2-4 x 10-12

  • Chin-ups 2-4 x 10-12

Leg Day

  • Superset: Seated/Lying Hamstring Curls 2-4 x 10-12

  • Hip Thrusts 2-4 x 10-12

  • Machine Kickbacks 2-4 x 10-12

  • Superset: Abductor/Adductor Machine 2-4 x 10-12

  • Vertical Leg Press Superset: Leg Press Wide/Narrow Foot Placement 2-4 x 10-12

  • Squat Belt Machines 2-4 x 10-12

Besides Stefan Kienzl, the Classic Physique bodybuilder has also collaborated to train with William Bonac, Jay Cutler, and others on special occasions.

Urs Kalecinski’s Diet and Nutrition

Like every competitive bodybuilder, Urs Kalecinski follows a strict diet. While he consumes as much as 3500 calories during the off-season, the IFBB Pro gradually reduces it to 1800 calories during the final phase of each prep. The Miracle Bear's diet consists of high protein and carbs with some fats. However, the bodybuilder eats six to seven meals a day for most of the year.

Meal 1:

Oats: 80 gm (9.6 gm protein, 52.8 gm carbs, 7.92 gm fats) - 319.2 calories

  • Egg white omelet with 8 egg whites (27.68 gm protein, 1.60 gm carbs) - 125.28 calories and 2 whole eggs (13.4 gm Protein, 0.80 gm carbs, 11.80 gm fats) - 162 calories

  • Blueberries and raspberries: 120 gm (0.33 gm protein, 13.2 gm Carbohydrates, 0.696 gm fats) - 66 calories

Macronutrients: 51 gm protein, 68.4 gm carbs, 20.4 gm Fats

Total Calories: 672.48

Meal 2:

  • Rice flakes: 80 gm (5.92 gm protein, 60 gm carbs, 1.76 gm fats) - 280.80 calories

  • Raspberries: 150 gm (1.65 gm protein, 10.8 gm carbs, 1.35 gm fats) - 72 calories

  • Whey protein isolate: 50 gm(40.65 gm protein, 1.15 gm carbs, 1.15 gm fats) - 177.5 calories

Macronutrients: 48.22 gm protein, 71.95 gm carbs, 4.26 gm fats

Total Calories: 530.3 calories

Meal 3:

  • Corn flakes: 100 gm (7.40 gm protein, 75 gm carbs, 2.20 gm fats) - 351 calories

  • Whey protein isolate: 50 gm (40.65 gm protein, 1.15 gm carbs, 1.15 gm fats) - 177.5 calories

Macronutrients: 48.05 gm protein, 76.15 gm carbs, 3.35 gm fats

Total Calories: 528.5 calories

Meals 4, 5 and 6:

  • Rice: 70 gm (5.18 gm protein, 52.50 gm carbs, 1.54 gm fats) - 245.70 calories

  • Meat: 150 gm (33 gm protein, 1.5 gm fats) - 153 calories

  • Vegetables: 100 gm (3.5 gm protein, 4.3 gm carbs, 0.2 gm fats) - 33 calories

Macronutrients: 41.68 gm protein, 56.8 gm carbs, 3.24 gm fats

Total Calories: 431.7 calories

Urs Kalecinski’s House

Despite being among the most famous Classic Physique bodybuilders, Urs Kalecinski likes to keep many things private. The bodybuilder hasn't bought a house recently, and no information is available on the property he currently resides in.

Urs Kalecinski’s Social Media Accounts

Personal Information
Full NameUrs Kalecinski
Popular NameThe Miracle Bear
Date Of Birth30th April, 1998
Birth PlaceSchwäbisch Gmünd, Germany
Height5'9" (175 cm)
Weight200 to 210 lbs (91 to 95 kg)
Net WorthUnknown
Relationship/Marital StatusNot Married


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