In 2020, Regan Grimes started to join the Olympia in which he ranked 15th place overall. He then joined again this year and got the same ranking. Although he isn’t able to get in the top 10 of the Olympia yet, Regan seems to be working on something that might take him to the top by next year or the following year.
This is a serious talk in the bodybuilding industry right now. Regan Grimes indeed has the potential in becoming the next Olympia champion. Well, it might not happen instantly but the road he is taking right now is on the way to the top!
If Regan works hard enough and keeps the fire lighting inside him, who knows? By next year he might be in the Top 10, then the following year, within the Top 5, and then next thing we know, he might be standing as the champion!
Regan Grimes Previous Records
Who is Regan Grimes in the bodybuilding industry anyway?
See this list below.
- Ranked 1st in the New York Pro Classic Men’s Physique
- Got 8th place in the Olympia Classic Physique
- 3rd in Romania Muscle Fest Pro Men’s Bodybuilding
- 3rd in Japan Pro Men’s Bodybuilding
- 4th in European Pro Men’s Bodybuilding
- 2nd in British Grand Prix Pro Men’s Bodybuilding
- 1st in Romania Muscle Fest Pro Men’s Bodybuilding
- 15th in the Olympia
- Ranked 15th place in the Olympia
He indeed is something else!
Hey, Guess What?
The Serbian IFBB Bodybuilder Milos Sarcev (Милош Шарчев) confirmed that he is working with Regan Grimes now. This is rare and exceptional because Milos is not just some coach but is a bodybuilder himself who has this experience that will definitely help Regan let out his full potential!
Take a look at this recent post of Milos Sarcev on Youtube titled Project Mr. Olympia.
Well, how about that? Regan is definitely getting out there!
Just imagine how it’ll be for Regan Grimes!
If you don’t already know, Milos is the one responsible for getting a monster out of Dennis James!
Yes, he is Big Ramy’s coach!
So just imagine.
Regan Grimes will definitely become something else now that he is working with Milos Sarcev! I must say that this is definitely the right path for Regan.