Brandon Hendrickson Wins 2018 Mr. Olympia and Starts Tour of Asia | Boston Herald

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Brandon Hendrickson Wins 2018 Mr. Olympia and Starts Tour of Asia | Boston Herald

USA, Sept. 21, 2018 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Fresh off his resounding victory at Mr. Olympia, IFBB Pro Athlete Brandon “Big Waves” Hendrickson prepares for his upcoming tour of Asia and his competition at the 2018 IFBB Asian Grand Prix in Seoul, Korea on September 22, 2018. Hendrickson will travel to Seoul with his father, David “Papa Flexx” Hendrickson, and mother, Anne-Marie “Mama Flexx,” Hendrickson, before the upcoming competition, and will then continue on to compete at the 2018 IFBB Japan Pro in Tokyo on November 18, followed by the 2018 IFBB Jicheng Classic Sanya Pro on December 1 in Sanya, China. “Men’s bodybuilding has been waiting for a superstar to come along and bring the sport into the next level, and Brandon Hendrickson is just the athlete to do it,” says his agent, David Whitaker of Mon Ethos Pro.

Brandon Hendrickson who won First Place for Men’s Physique at the 2018 Olympia as well as the 2018 Governor’s Cup Pro and 2018 Hawaii Pro, is a leading figure in men’s bodybuilding. Hendrickson, who is currently training seven days a week with over an hour of cardio each day, is confident about his future.

“Winning the Olympia has always been a dream of mine. Men’s bodybuilding is just now beginning to break into the mainstream, especially with the Men’s Physique Division. I intend on being the name and face of this sport and my recent victory at Olympia just cemented that,” said Hendrickson, who is featured in the upcoming film, Generation Iron 3.

Hendrickson, who is from Chicago, has been on the bodybuilding scene since 2012, and earned his pro card by finishing first at the 2013 NPC Nationals in Miami, Florida. A tireless performer, Hendrickson continues to refine his talent and his physique, making him one of the top athletes in the world.

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