Michal Krizo ready to dominate bodybuilding, shares massive physique update at 293 pounds

Michal Krizo is gearing up to earn his Pro card and potentially appear at the Olympia.

Michal Krizo is considered the next big thing in bodybuilding. He officially switched to NPC in hopes of earning his Pro card while still posting physical updates on social media. In his most recent, Krizo weighed in at 293 pounds while looking shredded.

It’s been a month since Krizo announced his move to the IFBB Elite Pro League NPC, where he was one of the biggest stars. Krizo burst onto the scene due to his monstrous size and conditioning. Now, the Slovak bodybuilder will take part in a show to earn his Pro card with the aim of eventually making it to the Olympic stage.

Along with numerous bodybuilding hashtags, Krizo captioned his photo, “Actual shape 300 lbs.”

The hype around Michal Krizo continues to grow as he gets closer to IFBB competition. According to many credible sources, this hype is real.


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Since making the jump to the league, Krizo has been seen by some of the best minds in bodybuilding. This includes Milos Sarcev, whom Krizo saw at Dragon’s Lair in July.

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Sarcev spoke about building Krizo and said he was a legitimate threat. Additionally, Jay Cutler met Krizo at a workout and talked about him in a YouTube video. Cutler would like to see Krizo make it onto the Olympic stage in 2022 and thinks he would upset some people.

There are still a few months left for Krizo to qualify for the Olympia. The qualifying period ends in November.

Michal Krizo shares his physical update just a day after Vitaliy Ugolnikov, as Good Vito, did the same. At 275 pounds, Ugolnikov looks shredded and ready to make an impact on NPC. He is another promising talent who left the IFBB Elite Pro League. These are two competitors who have a chance to make waves once they get their Pro card.

Michal Krizo continues to gain size and improve his physique. It’s a scary thought for competitors considering it already looks like the real deal.

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Teresa E. Burton