Flex Magazine December 2010 Issue Exerpt - The Decade's Best
As we prepare to flip the calendar page to reveal the year 2011, it seems an appropriate time to take a moment to look back at the decade we're about to leave behind.
The sport has seen great change occur over the past ten years, from the dominance of Ronnie Coleman to his retirement, coupled with the rise of his perennial foe Jay Cutler. Newcomers Phil Heath and Kai Greene would enter into the pro ranks and quickly watch their stars rise.
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Phil Heath And Jay Cutler At The 2010 Olympia.
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FLEX has been there through it all, providing you with invaluable training tips and unique up-close looks at the workouts of the world's best bodybuilders. We've scoured the FLEX archives to pull five of our favorites - from Senior Writer Greg Merritt's vivid account of Ronnie Coleman's incredibly brutal back, bi's and calves workout at the infamous MetroFlex Gym to Branch Warren's "sickest" chest session.
As proud as we are of all the great training information we've brought you over the past decade, we look forward to covering more hardcore workouts with bodybuilding's new crop of stars over the next ten years, and bringing you a brand-new retrospective article in December 2020.
- Ronnie Coleman, November 2004
"Ain't Nothin' But a Peanut," Back and biceps workout
- Jay Cutler, March 2006
"Thighs Matter," Leg workout
- David Henry, March 2006
"Tri It for Size," Triceps workout
- Phil Heath, August 2006
"Rocky Mountain Peaks," Biceps and triceps workout
- Branch Warren, March 2007
"The Texas Chest Massacre," Chest workout
For a look back at the decade's best workouts with some of the decade's best bodybuilders, and for complete coverage of Joe Weider's 2010 Olympia Weekend, pick up the December 2010 issue of Flex, on newsstands November 29, 2010.
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