Bodybuilder Nick Walker Crushes 200lb Incline Dumbbell Presses For 6 Reps In Workout – Fitness Volt

Men’s bodybuilder Nick Walker has grown a lot in the sport after his 2021 season. Looking to improve on last year’s Olympia show, Nick is training with heavy weight to provide a good quality physique. Walker crushed 200 lb. incline barbell presses for 6 reps in a recent training session.

Nick Walker has made a name for himself in the IFBB Pro League with stunning muscularity. He exploded onto the scene in 2021 with the help of his coach Matt Jansen. Walker captured the attention of the bodybuilding community after an impressive win at the 2021 New York Pro. The win saw Walker accept his 2021 invitation Mr. Olympia earned. In what turned out to be a historic rookie season, Nick stormed onto the podium at the 2021 Arnold Classic months later and blew away the competition as predicted.

Nick rounded out the consecutive wins, finishing fifth during his Mr. Olympia show in 2021. Nick regularly shares physical updates and training sessions, giving fans a unique perspective on how he prefers to approach his off-season. Last week, the mass monster shared a video where he knocked out 185 lb dumbbell incline presses for 10 reps. Walker made it clear that he was not competing in the Arnold Classic 2022 last month to focus on improving his physique for his next Olympia appearance.

Nick Walker continues off-season preparation for 2022 Mr. Olympia

In a recent Instagram post, Nick shows off three sets of incline dumbbell presses. His first set was 160 lbs for 18 reps. His next set increased in 20lb increments, his next set consisted of 180lbs for 12 reps before finishing with 6 reps of 200lbs.

“Felt really good today!!!! Went hard on incline db pressure 3rd set went after the 200s for 6 reps

1st set was the 160s for 18 reps
2nd set was the 180s for 12 reps
3rd was the 200s for 6 reps.

Then ended up with some biceps!!!!!!” Nick Walker posted.

In addition to increasing muscle mass, one of Walker’s goals this year is to make sure his waist stays tight while maintaining an insane V-taper. Walker’s off-season progress is going according to plan, judging by some of the training sessions he’s revealed on social media lately. Sharing an extensive shoulder and triceps workout, Nick underlined how important the routine was for building the posterior deltoid, which he says is one of the most neglected muscles when it comes to training the shoulders.

The field of participants for the Mr. This year’s Olympia is brimming with talent. Of course, Mamdouh ‘Big Ramy’ Elssbiay will try to take his third consecutive Sandow trophy after leaving no doubt in the jury’s mind in 2020 and 2021. Additionally, Mr. Olympia Brandon Curry 2019 plans to bring an undeniable package this year in hopes of overthrowing Big Ramy. After earning his Olympia invite by winning the Boston Pro 2022, William Bonac plans to clear up any doubts that arose from his second appearance at the Arnold Classic last month.

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Given the talented lineup of competitors looking to make a statement, Nick is leaving nothing to chance as he continues his off-season preparations. Walker is making the most of his time away from the stage as he watches the stage at this year’s Mr. Olympia.

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