Sergio Oliva Jr’s Post Bodybuilding NPC Nationals 2015 Win Interview with Peter Mcgough

Congratulations to Sergio on a well-deserved win at the 2015 Bodybuilding NPC Nationals! Sergio is a great champion with all of the potential in the world and will be a force to be reckoned with as an IFBB Pro. He is the torch bearer of the Oliva legacy and has proven that he has what it takes to win both on stage and off. He is a people’s champion and loves his fans. The fans appreciate that he is so nice and approachable. I am very proud that he is a valued member of our Labrada family.

I hope that you enjoyed this wonderful interview.

Until next time, I am

Your Lean Body Coach™
Houston, Texas

About the Author
One of the world’s most well-known and celebrated bodybuilding legends, Lee Labrada holds 22 professional bodybuilding titles, including the IFBB Mr. Universe. He is one of few pro bodybuilders in history to consistently place in the top four at the Mr. Olympia competition (the “Super Bowl” of bodybuilding) for seven consecutive years—a feat he shares with Arnold Schwarzenegger.

He has appeared on the covers of more than 100 bodybuilding and fitness magazines and has been featured on CNBC, FOX, NBC, ABC, CBS, CNN and ESPN as a fitness and nutrition expert.

Lee was also inducted into the Bodybuilding Hall of Fame, is an Internationally known best selling fitness author and holds a Bachelors of Science Degree in Civil Engineering. For more about Lee please visit his page here: Lee Labrada’s page.

 

 

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One Response for Sergio Oliva Jr’s Post Bodybuilding NPC Nationals 2015 Win Interview with Peter Mcgough

  1. Jairo Chang

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    December 13, 2015 3:24 pm

    Wow, it’s the first time I ever watch Sergio talk and I’m really impressed by how down to Earth he is (right after a win!). Dang, what an athlete and great image to bodybuilding. I hope he gets more exposure and also keeps that classic symmetry. And so cool thanking his mentors Lee and Cormier. Bodybuilding is an individual sport but still not a solo journey.