Bodybuilding icon Ronnie Coleman continues to defy the odds and inspire others with his dedication to fitness, even in retirement. Despite grappling with debilitating back injuries that have left him struggling to walk, Coleman remains committed to maintaining his physique for the long haul. In a recent YouTube video, titled “The King,” Coleman joined forces with Rudy Panatta, the founder of a gym equipment company, for an intense back training session. This collaboration sheds light on Coleman’s relentless pursuit of excellence, which began long before he became a Mr. Olympia champion. His unwavering determination to push boundaries in the gym helped him establish a formidable reputation in the IFBB Pro League. In 1998, he clinched the prestigious Mr. Olympia title, showcasing a remarkable blend of mass and conditioning. However, it was not only his accomplishments on the bodybuilding stage that made him an imposing figure. Coleman’s astonishing strength while lifting weights, including an 800-pound squat, an 800-pound deadlift, and a 2,300-pound leg press for repetitions, catapulted him to greater fame. Powerlifter Larry Wheels recently joined forces with Coleman for a grueling training session, putting his squat and leg press prowess to the test. To this day, Coleman is widely regarded as one of the strongest bodybuilders to have ever competed. With eight Mr. Olympia titles under his belt (tied for the most with Lee Haney), Coleman’s contributions to the sport are indelible. Yet, retirement has not deterred him from pursuing his passion for training. Despite grappling with health issues, Coleman continues to challenge himself within the confines of the gym.