Flex Wheeler Biography and Physique

Flex Wheeler Biography
Flex Wheeler Biography

Flex Wheeler Biography, Height, Contest History, Biceps Size and Physique

Flex Wheeler is a retired American IFBB professional body-builder. He won Arnold Classic four times and was described by Arnold Schwarzenegger as one of the best body-builder.

Flex Wheeler Statistics

  • Flex Wheeler Born Name: Kenneth Wheeler 
  • Flex Wheeler Nick Name: Flex Wheeler 
  • Flex Wheeler Date of Birth: August 23, 1965 
  • Flex Wheeler Born Place: Fresno, California, U.S. 
  • Flex Wheeler Sun Sign: Leo

Education

As a child in California, Flex struggled in school due to dyslexia. Flex also get training in martial arts, and he started bodybuilding after discovering weight training.

Occupation

American IFBB professional bodybuilder. But he is retired now.

Flex Wheeler Spouse

Flex married to Madeline and they have two children now.

Height of Flex Wheeler

175 cm or 5 ft 9 inch

Weight of Flex Wheeler Bodybuilder

  • Off Season: 250 - 265 lbs 
  • Competition: 210 - 225 lbs 

Flex Wheeler Record

He won Arnold Classic contest four times.

Flex Wheeler Physique

  • Chest: 56 inch or 142 cm 
  • Biceps: 24 inch or 61 cm 
  • Leg: 31 inch or 80 cm
Flex Wheeler Mr. Olympia
Flex Wheeler Mr. Olympia

Bodybuilding Title History

  • Ironman Pro Invitational (1993): 1st 
  • Arnold Schwarzenegger Classic (1993): 1st 
  • Mr. Olympia (1993): 2nd 
  • Grand Prix France (1993): 1st 
  • Grand Prix Germany (1993): 1st 
  • Ironman Pro Invitational (1995): 1st 
  • Arnold Schwarzenegger Classic (1995): 2nd 
  • South Beach Pro (1995): 1st 
  • Mr. Olympia (1995): 8th 
  • Grand Prix Spain (1995): 5th 
  • Ironman Pro Invitational (1996): 1st 
  • Arnold Schwarzenegger Classic (1996): 2nd 
  • Night of Champions (1996): 1st 
  • Canada Pro Classic (1996): 2nd 
  • Florida Cup Pro (1996): 1st 
  • Mr. Olympia (1996): 4th 
  • Ironman Pro (1997): 1st 
  • Arnold Schwarzenegger Classic (1997): 1st 
  • San Jose Pro (1997): 1st 
  • Ironman Pro Invitational (1998): 1st 
  • Arnold Schwarzenegger Classic (1998): 1st 
  • Mr. Olympia (1998): 2nd 
  • Grand Prix England (1999): 2nd 
  • Pro World (1999): 2nd 
  • Mr. Olympia (1999): 2nd 
  • Mr. Olympia (2000): 3rd 
  • Hungarian Grand Prix (2000): 1st 
  • Arnold Schwarzenegger Classic (2000): 1st 
  • Ironman Pro Invitational (2000): 2nd 
  • Mr. Olympia (2002): 7th 
  • Ironman Pro Invitational (2003): 3rd

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