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Lukas Osladil Growing Up Fast, Ready To Roll at Olympia 212 Showdown

There are times when things happening too fast fall under the ‘good’ variety and doesn’t allow the person experiencing it any time to sit back and ponder the situation. When the situation is going well, it may seem like a blur and one continuos ride. Such is the case for Lukas Osladil. The native Czechoslovakian earned his pro card at the 2011 IFBB Amateur Olympia, took first place at this year’s Toronto Pro and is now just a week out from his inaugural Olympia.

“It was a fast step for me as a new pro to qualify for the Olympia 212 Showdown,” Osaldil said during a break in training down in Miami, Florida. “It couldn’t be any better. I have a few more days to get my conditioning down and I am working on it here at Jarka’s Gym. All is going well.”


But even someone without the experience of a veteran knows that it will be a tall task, indeed, when going up the top competitors in the world. When the names of Flex Lewis, Eduardo Correa, Jose Raymond and David Henry were mentioned, the 32-year-old did not hesitate to give them the credit that they are due, but also not distance himself from that group.

“I know them all and they are the best but I am ready to be a part of that,” said a confident Osladil.

No one can blame him for having that frame of mind after the way he looked north of the border back in June. Osladil bested a field of 11 that night and did so convincingly, coming in peeled and showing good mass at the same time. Using a long prep of nearly 11 months, Osladil began at approximately 210 pounds (due to where he was at following his last amateur show). He put on approximately 35 pounds and then worked his body weight back down to the 210 range the night he stood in the winner’s circle in Canada.

Having a good nutritionist is paramount in making the type of gains that Osladil has and Argentinian Ramon Puig is the man to thank for that. “(He) has been helping me since June 2011 and has done a very good job,” he said.

At 5’8″ and at his current physique style, the 212 division is the right place for Osladil at the present time, but he is looking ahead to the future and keeping his options option. “The best for me would be to go up to 220 pounds and compete in the open category, but that will take more time, of course.”

Something that Osaldil has plenty of at this point in his young bodybuilding career.

EDITOR’S NOTE: Be sure to watch Lukas Osladil in this video clip to see how far he has come:

Photo courtesy of Jarka’s Productions

Competitive History
Year Competition Placing
2005 IFBB European Amateur Championships Light-HeavyWeight, 1st
2006 IFBB World Amateur Championships Light-HeavyWeight, 2nd
2009 IFBB World Amateur Championships Light-HeavyWeight, 7th
2010 IFBB Arnold Amateur HeavyWeight, 4th
2011 IFBB Arnold Amateur Light-HeavyWeight, 2nd
2011 IFBB Amateur Olympia Light-HeavyWeight, 2nd
2012 IFBB Toronto Pro 212

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