Charles Fuller

Bio:

With over 20 years of training, Charles Fuller has been able to transform his body from a slim 138 pounds to an impressive 185 pounds of all natural pure muscle!  Competing over the past decade, Charles has won numerous shows and taken home several overall titles.  Charles is a strong believer in training hard with simple compound movements and maintaining a healthy diet in order to keep a lean physique year round.  His future plans are to improve his physique while maintaining balance and symmetry and to also share his knowledge and experience with other aspiring natural bodybuilders.

“Train hard, eat clean, and stay consistent in order to achieve results!” –Charles

Astrological Sign: Sagittarius
Birthplace: Tucson, Arizona
Height: 5’10
Weight: 180lbs contest 185lbs off season

Sports/Activities:

Weight training, beach volleyball, snowboarding, and whatever else keeps my adrenaline flowing and the heart racing! ☺

Contest Highlights:

  • 2005 INBF Alamo Showdown Novice Lightweight and Novice Overall Title
  • 2006 INBF Alamo Showdown Open Middleweight and Open Overall Title
  • 2007 NPC Capital of Texas Roundup Open Middleweight and Open Overall Title
  • 2007 NPC Lackland Classic Open Middleweight and Open Overall Title
  • 2007 WNBF World Championships  6th out of 17 Middleweight Athletes
  • 2009 NPC Lackland Classic 2nd place Middleweight
  • 2010 NPC Texas Shredder Classic 1st place Middleweight
  • 2010 NPC Team Universe (National Show) 6th place Middleweight
  • 2011 WNBF Southwestern Pro Championships 2nd place
  • 2012 WNBF Pro Universe 3rd place
  • 2013 WNBF Naturally Fit Pro Show 3rd Place
  • 2014 WNBF Naturally Fit Pro Show 3rd Place
  • 2015 IFPA Florida Pro Masters 1st Place
  • 2015 NFF Pro Championships  1st Place

Q/A

I stay fairly close to competition shape year round. This makes the shredding process much easier during contest prep. Also, the slower you work to cut off fat the easier it is to hang on to the muscle you gained during the off-season.

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There are several organizations that have their own definition of “drug free”. My personal definition means, no steroids, pro-hormones, synthetic cutting agents, etc. I am a lifetime drug free athlete and proud of the gains I have made.

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Yes, there are excellent workout programs available but I personally feel that there really isn’t a magic or “best” one. Your body will eventually adapt to whatever program you choose so I believe in muscle confusion and constantly changing routines.

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I have been training for over 14 years and witnessing my body transform without the use of drugs keeps me motivated and driven.

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