In search of size and definition, vegan bodybuilders have effectively adapted to a vegan diet. They have been winning titles in various categories and excelled in traditional categories such as classic bodybuilding as well as figure, build and fitness. They have years of veganism between them.
They have proven that they can get not only the protein but also essential minerals from plant sources and have caused other competitors to rethink their diet. Most have been awarded Pro Cards in major established bodybuilding associations.
1. Zack Belknap, Vegan bodybuilder
Zack Belknap is a bodybuilder and NASM certified personal trainer from Eugene, Oregon. After impressive performances on a regional level, he was awarded a WNBF Pro Card. “My greatest achievements in bodybuilding were winning my Pro Card in September 2018 and winning my first Pro Show in April 2019” Zack.
2. Nimai Delgado, Vegan Bodybuilder
Nimai grew up in Mississippi, raised by parents of the Argentinean immigrant Hare Krishna. He has been a vegetarian since birth, originally for religious reasons, and has never eaten meat. “My two amazing parents are converted Hindus, and I grew up with a strong sense of compassion,” he explains.
3. Jehina Malik, Vegan Bodybuilder
Jehina has been active in bodybuilding since the age of 19 and is now considered an accomplished competitor with an impressive physique. In 2013 she won first place in women’s build and first place overall at the NPC Eastern USA Bodybuilding Championship. In 2014 she received a Pro Card at her first international show, Team Universe
4. Maayan Eliasi, Vegan Bodybuilder
Maayan Eliasi is an Israeli bodybuilder who has broken into international competition and won her Pro Card. In 2018 she won 1st place in the Israeli NABBA Bikini Division Over 30, and soon after that she won the WNBF Israel in the Fit Body and Overall Fit Body category and received the WNBF Pro Athlete Card.
5. SuzAnne Llano
The natural bodybuilder SuzAnne Llano started training seriously in 2009. Since then she has participated in over twenty competitions and has won victories and podium places. The Elite Award for a Pro Card was given to her in three federations: the NGA, the ANBF and the NFF.
6. Anastasia Zinchenko, Vegan powerlifter and bodybuilder
Anastasia Zinchenko has been active in powerlifting for several years and has achieved some top-class placements and impressive overall figures. She has competed in the 63 kg and 72 kg weight classes, won regional British titles and national placements – and has competed internationally.
In 2014 she won the BDFPA All Midlands Championships 72 kg weight class and finished second.
7. Karl brother, Vegan Bodybuilder
Karl Bruder is a bodybuilder who has impressed everyone because he has made great progress in the sport. He won the WABBA Grand Prix (2016) and finished 6th in the Mr Universe before finishing 4th in the PCA Physical Culture – all as a vegan.
8. Julia Hubbard, Vegan Sprinter and Figure Competitor
Julia has been a productive competitor in a variety of sports and has competed internationally in bobsleigh, bodybuilding, fitness and sprint. The road was not always smooth. Julia was born with heart disease, which was not diagnosed until 2009, and a bobsleigh accident left her with a broken back.
9. Derek Tresize, Physique and bodybuilding competitor
Derek Tresize is a professional bodybuilder and since 2007 a vegan. He has a Bachelor of Science in Biology, is a personal trainer with the American Council on Exercise and holds a certificate in plant nutrition from Cornell University. Read more … “Derek Tresize, vegan physique and bodybuilding competitor”
10. Jay Cutler bodybuilder
Jason Isaac Cutler (* August 3, 1973 in London) is an American professional IFBB bodybuilder. 1]  He is a four-time Mr. Olympia winner (2006, 2007, 2009 and 2010).
Jay Cutler was born on August 3, 1973 in Worcester, Massachusetts, and grew up 15 miles north in the town of Sterling.
He worked in the concrete construction business of his brother, Cutler Bros. Concrete, from the age of 11. He began his education at age 18 as a senior at Wachusett Regional High School.
He graduated from Quinsigamond Community College in 1993 with a degree in Criminal Justice and intended to work as a correctional officer for a high security prison.
After meeting personal trainer Marcos Rodriguez, he was inspired to do bodybuilding. Cutler was an outstanding bodybuilder who set out to be one of the greatest competitors of all time and achieved his first overall victory at the 1993 Iron Bodies Invitational.
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His first competition was the 1992 Gold’s Gym Worcester Bodybuilding Championships, where he finished second. As he made a name for himself on the bodybuilding scene, he made frequent appearances in bodybuilding-related videos, including Battle for the Olympia 2001, a pre-competition documentary directed by Mitsuru Okabe that highlighted many of the competitors in preparation for the 2001 Mr. Olympia competition.
In 2002, 2003 and 2004, he won consecutive Arnold Classic titles and finished second to Ronnie Coleman four times in the Mr. Olympia competition before winning the title for the first time in 2006.
At the 2001 Mr. Olympia, Cutler tested positive for banned diuretics but was sued and his second place was reinstated. [review required] Cutler won the 2007 Olympia for the second year in a row.
He was the third Mr. Olympia in history (after Arnold Schwarzenegger and Franco Columbu) to win the title in non-consecutive years after defeating reigning champion Dexter Jackson in 2009.
In 2010 he won his fourth Mr. Olympia title and defeated Phil Heath. In 2011 Cutler finished second at the Mr. Olympia with Heath. In 2012 Cutler was unable to participate in the Mr. Olympia due to a biceps injury. Cutler participated in the 2013 Olympics and finished 6th.
Cutler has since then focused on his business, Cutler Nutrition, which, in addition to its social media presence, has specialized in bodybuilding nutritional supplements.
Cutler lives in Las Vegas, Nevada. He has been featured on the cover of several fitness magazines including Muscle and Fitness, Flex and Muscular Development.
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