Brandon recognizes that, for him, genetics has played a role in his success. He recently learned, for instance, that his grandfather was a weight lifter. His father, who has been a huge role model for him, was a naturally gifted athlete. Even when Brandon was the skinny high school boy he still had visible abs that drew attention from girls and boys alike. When he finally hit the gym soon after graduating from college his body was primed to respond. Deep in his DNA Brandon has always had the talent and the capacities he today displays.
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Abner Logan was born in Cambridge, Massachusetts where he was a highly-touted four star recruit who starred at Dexter School in Brookline. Ab committed to the University of Maryland in 2011 and joined their 2012 class. After the 2015 season, where he played a contributing role in the final seven games of the season before transferring to the University of Albany where he earned a place on the 2016 CAA Academic All-Conference Team. Following graduation from the University of Albany, Logan signed a free agent contact into the National Football League with the Buffalo Bills.
Taylor Black, who served two deployments with the U.S. Marines, will be traveling to Miami to compete in the 2018 NPC National Bodybuilding Championships on Nov. 15 through Nov. 17. Black’s most recent competition was the 2017 NPC Night of Champions where he was the Overall Winner in the Men’s Physique. “We expect big things from Taylor. He has the talent and energy necessary to make it big in the professional bodybuilding world, and the excitement that he brings to the gym is felt by everyone who works around him,” says David Whitaker, President of Mon Ethos Pro.
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