Bob Cicherillo


Bob earned his pro card at the 2000 USA's after 13 hard years of competing in amateur contests. He started training when he was 12 and competed in his first contest when was 13 years old.

From doing Hollywood movies, to winning contest after contest, Bob is showing the industry he means business.

Name: Robert Michael Cicherillo (chick-er-ello)
Birthplace: Rochester, N.Y.
Birth date: 12/1/65
BodySpace Profile:

Height: 6'0"
Weight: 255-60 lbs (contest) 280 lbs (off-season)
Chest: 58 in.
Arms: 22½ in.
Thighs: 31 in.
Waist: 31 in. (contest)
Calves: 21 in.Click On The Thumbnails To Enlarge The Pictures!


  • 2006 New York Pro Review: A Great Lineup!

    A very competitive lineup of 34 IFBB Pros took the stage as the judging panel whittled them down to a field of 15 that would duke it out at the finals. Read on as I list the top 9 and why they did or did not win. It was a close one!

  • To Be, Or Not To Be... Mainstream.

    Does bodybuilding want to be mainstream? Not necessarily. However if they want to keep the fans they have currently then it is time to get creative. Read on for a current affair of bodybuilding.

  • What Does The P Stand For In NPC? A Rebuttal To An Anti-NPC Article.

    This is in response to the ridiculous article that was submitted by Maris Lee called Why The NPC Needs To Change!

  • HCF-1 Super Supplement: The Future Of Sports?

    There is a new product in development, ready to explode onto the supplement scene and make all else obsolete. It's the newest advancement in science, and cutting edge technology to say the least...

  • Water, Water, Every Where: What Every Competitor Should Know!

    Everything was looking good for the 3rd show of the 2004 competitive season until a couple hours before pre-judging. Find out what happened and why all competitors need to read this!

  • Slow Cardio: Great Technique Or Bad Advice?

    There have been many questions asked online and PM to me lately as the competition season has crept upon us. One of the more frequently asked questions is what kind of cardio is the best for getting ripped?

  • Building A Good Base!

    The importance of developing a good foundation can make or break your bodybuilding career. The key lies in your choices of exercises, nutrition, supplementation and recovery. Learn why.