Cydney Gillons full body workout
As long as she can remember, Cydney Gillon was Fast." We had this school race called Turkey Trot, "she recalls. "And I won it every year until I broke my ankle for a year ̵
But that's just a kid stuff, right? Not exactly, since those early days in the suburbs from Douglasville, GA, in Atlanta, Gillon has made a habit of appearing ahead of schedule: At 14, she made her first bodybuilding show, with 18 the UPenn Track Team, reaching the final four of Survivor: Kaôh Rōng on 23, and in 2017 she became the youngest figure of the Olympic champion at the age of 25.
We're feeling a trend here.
Just because her rise has been rapidity does not mean it was not interesting. For example, Llon was 5, her parents were not fit, Papa Skip paid 400 pounds, and Mother Tangelea was more than 200. "And you know how kids do not have a filter?" Says Gillon.  "I thought so:" Mom, you're all fat! "-up call made a spectacular turn when both parents became bodybuilders.
Then they shot the script to their noisy daughter when the" junk food junkie "had high cholesterol at age 12 Gillon started exercising and noted that their genetics were figure-friendly … and never looked back.
It became difficult at college – the high school track star had to abandon the 300-meter hurdle event and focus on 100 yards hurdles "because of it "But Gillon's passion for the competition has grown and she found herself on a Cambodian island one week after her first Arnold." The most surprising thing about Survivor is how real it is, "she confesses. Man, when I sit with all those bug bites sunburnt and starved, I'm like, "Where is the hotel?" I was in shock for a week. "
But if you did not n had noticed, Gillon – who had never camped before and could not even swim when he started recording – adapts quickly. It lasted for 37 days and became a fan favorite, which is still recognized in public.
And although she may not have been the "only survivor," she stands alone in the figure. Following Olympia's top-10 results in 2014 and 2015, Gillon hired Damian Segovia of Pro Physiques in Arizona as her trainer and got on the gas, finishing third in 2016 before winning in successive years.
Oh, and would note -e challengers: This speed queen has no plans to slow down. "I never felt like I wanted to stop or take breaks," she says. "Every show just lights a new fire, so I'm always looking for improvements. That keeps me motivated and ready for the next goal right now.
Considering Gillon's success story, we bet she'll be in a hurry.
TRAINING SPLIT *
- Monday: Shoulders
- Tuesday: Legs
- Wednesday: Yoga  Thursday: Breast
- Friday: Back
- Saturday: Yoga
- Sunday: Break
* Gillon mixes three times a week, but does not specifically train the arms, as they are naturally "supermuscular" and retain their shape through their other workouts.