Ryan Terry has made some big moves since winning the 2023 Men’s Physique Olympia title. In a recent YouTube video, Terry gave strongman brothers Luke and Tom Stoltman a tour of his $5 million gym in Nottinghamshire, England, complete with luxurious amenities, a cardio station, and a strength/conditioning room.
Having laid claim to the sport’s most prestigious title, Terry finally reached the pinnacle of the division after nine attempts. He brought a winning combination of dryness and shape to the Olympia stage that saw him defeat mainstays of the category like former Olympia winner Erin Banks, former three-time titleholder Brandon Hendrickson, and former four-time kingpin Jeremy Buendia.
It now appears Ryan Terry put his prize money to good use. Showing off his new gym with former two-time World’s Strongest Man Tom Stoltman and former Europe’s Strongest Man Luke Stoltman, Terry gave a complete breakdown of ‘RT FIT.’
Ryan Terry Invites the Stoltman Brothers for Tour of His New Gym Worth $5 Million
Taking the strongman legends on a tour, Terry showed off the coffee shop and hair salon within his gym.
“Barista coffee, we roast our own beans. We got RT’s roasted coffee. Posh up,” said Terry. “It’s just like a one-stop shop, a community area where everyone can chill and get to know each other.”
“We’ve got a hair salon in there, a boutique kind of hair salon, we’re just trying to get it where everyone can come and get everything done. We’ve got EMT and cryotherapy in there, electromagnetic therapy, and chryo. We’ve got deep tissue sports massage going in here and we’ve got sports rehabilitation here.”
Next, Terry offered a glimpse into the cardio room, equipped with spin bikes.
“We’ve got loads of different [light] settings. We’re trying to cater for basically everybody,” said Terry. “A lot of people thought this gym was just bodybuilding, but we got the power, for powerlifting we have dancer-size aerobics, yoga, spin, everything in here.”
As for the gym floor, Terry explained that there’s a section for just about every body part.
“We’ve got a cardio section here. Behind you we’ve got all the primal pin-loaded stuff so if you’re feeling really confident on plate-loaded you can just come in this area and you’re away. We’ve got the core section over here and we’ve got like the functional section down here as well. We’re going to be doing strength and conditioning classes from ex-marines to do classes.”
“We’ve got the plate-loaded section, so each section is a different muscle part, you got legs, we obviously got chest here, we got a combination of all the new equipment from Primal. Back, power racks, and then we’ll show you the dumbbells. We got like two and a half kg up to 80 kg.”
In addition to all of the amenities, Terry mentioned there is a running track ‘for Crossfitters.’ And it wouldn’t be a Terry’s gym without a proper place to pose.
“We got the posing room here,” shared Terry. “Anabolic lighting.”
Moving to recovery, Terry underscored his ‘contrast therapy.’
“Contrast therapy, hot and cold therapy, and you can hire this out for the hour.”
Ryan Terry isn’t the only high-profile bodybuilder who has recently built up a gym or fitness center. Reigning five-time Classic Physique Olympia Chris Bumstead recently opened up about his gym endeavor. However, he made it clear that it’s a private operation so he can train without interruptions. As of late, powerlifting star Larry Wheels joined in on the action, having opened his ‘no budget’ gym.
With a bigger target on his back than ever before, Ryan Terry will aim to keep the Men’s Physique Olympia title in the UK as he prepares for the show’s 60th anniversary in Las Vegas, Nevada from October 10-13.