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Sebastien Training @ Golds Gym, Venice ByJerryFredrick2013


AGE : 35 WEIGHT: 165lbs HEIGHT: 5ft11


WHY DID YOU START TRAINING? : I always been fascinated by the world of Bodybuilding since

I was a child.I grew up watching Arnold Shwarzenneger , Jean Claude Van Damne, Sylvester Stallone. I began training and starting lifting once a week with my dad when I was 18.However I really discovered more and more the world of Bodybuilding and Fitness after my modeling agent (at the time) told me I should start lifting few times a week in order to build a toned and lean body as my look ( back then) was concentrated towards Calvin Klein and of course in order to book underwear campaigns I would need to be in perfect shape 24/7. Ever since that day, I felt a connection that I still feel even after I have been lifting for over a decade. Iam what we call a Gymrat!

NUMBER OF DAYS PER WEEK YOU TRAIN : I generally trains five to six days per week (depending how many days I do kickboxing).


TUES : Chest, Traps ,Abs ( obliques)
WED : Biceps, Triceps
THU: Legs (2nd round of legs), calves, Abs
FRI : Chest , Shoulders, Traps , Abs ( obliques)
SAT : Back , Abs

SAMPLE BODYPART ROUTINE :Here’s an example of my ARM workout. Dumbells Hammer Curls 4 x 8-10 ; Dumbells curls 4 x8 ; Preacher curl 4 x 6-8 ; concentration curls 4x 6-8 rope cable extension 4 x 8-10; Weight dips between two benches 3 x to failure ; Dumbells overhead triceps 4 x 6-8 ; barbell skull crusher 4 x 8-10

FACTOID : I was a gymnast for 6 years and a soccer player for 5. I graduated from the culinary school. I lived in different places such as the Carraibean St Maarten, England,Italy,Canada, Japan. My hobbies are Photography, theater, movies, martial arts ,cooking, travelling, acting wich I have just been cast as a recurring role in a new tv series called “SANGRE NEGRA”


Meal 1 : 4 Protein Pancakes ( homemade)
Meal 2 : shake
Meal 3 : 8oz chicken breast, 1 cup spinach, 1 sweet potato , 2tsp roasted red pepper hummus
Meal 4: 1 apple , QUEST Bar (chocolate chip cookie dough)
Meal 5: 8oz tilapia , 1 cup spinach , ó cup of cooked butternut squash


100% whey Protein

For direct bookings , business , EMAIL : [email protected]

FACEBOOK :@sebastienlarge
Follow me on INSTAGRAM : @sebastienlarge
Follow me on TWITTER : @sebchristensen
IMDB : @sebastienlarge

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