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BEAT WIN's Youngjo talks about placing third at the '2016 MuscleMania'

By alim17   Monday, July 18, 2016   35,010   2,952   19



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During the showcase for their new mini-album on July 18, BEAT WIN talked about many different things, including member Youngjo's high ranking at the '2016 MuscleMania.'

SEE ALSO: BEAT WIN's Youngjo comes in 3rd place at '2016 MuscleMania'!

He said about placing third, "I trained my body through gymnastics since I was young, so I felt confident.  I wanted to try out for it once, and I'm pleased and happy that I got third place.  I went out for it wearing a bathing suit that stuck to me to the point I was embarrassed, but the result was good.  I ended up competing because my trainer at the gym I go to recommended me."

Congrats again!  That's pretty incredible!

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federick Monday, July 18, 2016


cnrrnj Monday, July 18, 2016

I think, One of the reasons that popular korea wave in Asia...The height is higher and large body18 years~28 years Man, Average heightS, KOREA - 5 feet 9inch (176cm), CHINA - 5 feet 2 (165cm), JAPAN - 5 feet 4.5inch (165.5cm), Thailand,Vietnam Etc. Southeast Asia - 5 feet 2.5 inch (159.5cm)

NANATHEGHOUL Monday, July 18, 2016

he worked real hard to get that body,respect please,focus on your health Youngjoyaag I feel like a proud mother somehow <3

NANATHEGHOUL Monday, July 18, 2016

even tho he's totally completely older than me

imthatxx Monday, July 18, 2016

The body is okay but that face? Looks scary!!

BakaKaori imthatxx Monday, July 18, 2016

Yeah, I think part of it is that he used some type of tanning lotion and oil on his body, but then didn't do the same to his face. It almost looks like a photoshop image, like his face doesn't match his body.

imthatxx BakaKaori Tuesday, July 19, 2016

You're totally right!

mypcy Monday, July 18, 2016

Needs a little meat on that cute face, nevertheless still hot. Please eat more after this.

bangeryun94 Monday, July 18, 2016

Honestly, that's not a very healthy look in that photo.  His face looks like he hasn't eaten for days.

xSeulgi bangeryun94 Monday, July 18, 2016

I think most people in these competitions try to become as lean as possible, and don't eat the day they are being ranked, he may have skipped a couple extra days though with that face.

SaVanityVan xSeulgi Monday, July 18, 2016

More like a couple extra weeks. It takes weeks, if not months, of near starvation to be that unhealthily thin. Let's hope he was just doing it for this one competition and doesn't have a serious problem.

NiliriaD xSeulgi Monday, July 18, 2016

It is not starvation, that'd be counterproductive. What you see is the result of tanning and most likely dehydration 1 or 2 days prior to the competition in order to drop water weight and have their muscles look more defined.

Snni bangeryun94 Monday, July 18, 2016

Obviously you guys dont know anything about professional body builders and what not otherwise you wouldint say things like this. I know alot since i actually wanted to do it myself, still thinking about it.

bangeryun94 Snni Monday, July 18, 2016

I used to swim competitively and I had a Nazi for a trainer so yes, I do know what I'm talking about. I don't know where or who he trained with but I'd stay as far away from that place as possible. Just for future reference if you decide to stick around here ... I only comment on things I know about.

Snni bangeryun94 Tuesday, July 19, 2016

swimming competitively is not the same as body building last time i checked, thats like saying i know everything about football because i play basketball competitively.

bangeryun94 Snni Tuesday, July 19, 2016

I did the same things Youngjo did to get competition ready. I lifted weights to build muscle in my legs and arms. I had 2% body fat and bigger guns than my twin brother who was a wrestler. You don't know much about Korean body building apparently.

ibubblesaur Snni Tuesday, July 19, 2016

At the most basic parts of both Swimming and Bodybuilding, they both focus on developing the body in the healthiest way possible. It's just that after a certain point swimming becomes more focused on muscle memory while body building focuses on developing either trimmer/larger muscles. And for the record, most of my body building friends take on swimming in place of their cardio because it's one of the best ways to lose fat. PS @Snni Thinking about doing something and actually doing it are two completely different things. So I don't think you can say that you actually "know alot" about BB

Snni ibubblesaur Friday, July 22, 2016

Ive had to study it because im thinking about it, i also do work out its not like im sitting on my computer with my 300 pound ass lol. So i have studied up and even took more than one physical class in high school to figure my path out. My point still stands.

bangeryun94 Snni Saturday, July 23, 2016

Your point is invalid unless you're in Korea, thinking about body building. Koreans will take short cuts, starve themselves, use supplements that are dangerous and be pushed to the point where their bodies are irreparably damaged. That's why I stopped swimming competitively. I had no body fat but my trainer demanded I slim down more when I weighed 106lbs. Most people who are into a healthy life style work out. If you're still in high school I can understand why you said what you did. I don't recommend becoming a body builder in Korea.

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