Patrick Moore is preparing for a big return to action at the 2020 Arnold Classic. Seven weeks out from the event, he took some measurements, and he looks incredible.
Moore is an incredibly promising bodybuilder, who really burst onto the scene in 2019. He had some decent performances prior to the Olympia. However, it was here that he really stood out, despite his tenth place scoring. In fact, his performance was so good, that it got people beginning to wonder if he could be the future Olympia champ one day.
Following such a big year, Moore wants to be able to follow up successfully moving forward. His first stop on this journey is a performance at the 2020 Arnold Classic in March. It will be his first time at this contest, which goes down in Columbus, Ohio, and he had been working hard to prepare for it.
Patrick Moore has already shown off how great his arms are looking leading up to the contest. But, if you were wondering just how big they are, he decided to answer you. He recently measured that, as well as his waist and shoulders, and provided the numbers on Instagram. They are certainly quite shocking.
This is what he said:
“Waist 31in…shoulders 59in…..arms 22in… Maintain your strengths while developing your weaknesses,”
Moore explained in the post. “it’s possible to grow only in the areas you want to grown in and keep everything else in tact. Countless conversations I’ve had with @leelabrada about gaining size while keeping good proportions and symmetry. If this was a video game, my athlete rating would be 99!😎 Back to work!”
Patrick Moore certainly seems ready to go, judging by these measurements. On the other hand, he will be going head to head with some impressive names like Big Ramy, and Sergio Olivia Jr., among others. Nevertheless, time will tell how he finally looks, in seven weeks’ time.