Classic Physique and Men’s Physique competitor Sadik Hadzovic shared a physique update 10 weeks out of the 2022 New York Pro. Hadzovic is set to return to competition at the New York Pro after an extended break. He last competed at the 2019 Arnold Classic and finished sixth in the Men’s Physique division. In spite of the competitive inactivity, Sadik Hadzovic has remained active in the gym and maintained an impeccable physique. The 2022 New York Pro is set to take place in May and Hadzovic will compete in the Men’s Open division at the show.
Sadik Hadzovic shared his intentions to compete at the 2022 New York Pro back in January and has routinely shared workouts and prep updates on his social media accounts since then. His most recent physique update came on his Instagram account. His massive arms and wide lats especially grab the attention in the picture. However, the impressive and narrow mid-section makes it aesthetically perfect for a competing athlete. Overall, the 35-year-old looks stage-ready to make a mark at the 2022 New York Pro. Courtesy of Sadik Hadzovic’s personal Instagram account, you can watch his latest physique update here:
“You’re younger self had a dream, don’t let that little guy down.
Great day of training and filming here in Texas today with coach @kashguidry.
10 weeks out of the NY PRO!
Amazing capture from my friend @mr_c2dlife,” Sadik Hadzovic wrote in the caption to his post.
Sadik Hadzovic’s divisional future is undecided
As witnessed from his social media accounts, Sadik Hadzovic is taking his competition prep seriously. Ten weeks out from the competition, the results definitely speak for themselves. Hadzovic has plenty of tough competition heading into his first competition in almost three years. In addition to that, performing in front of the passionate crowd will be another big challenge.
Hadzovic has previously competed in both Classic Physique and Men’s Physique division. While he is going to make his return in the Men’s Physique division at the 2022 New York Pro, it is not clear if he will continue his journey there or jump to another division down the line.
How do you see Sadik Hadzovic performing at the 2022 New York Pro? Will he be able to beat the competition? Or Will he struggle with the pressure of performing on a grand stage after a long layoff?