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LOGAN FRANKLIN

 

Best known
as a ‘Fitness Trainer’, Logan Franklin currently aged 24, was born on April 2nd,
1993 in the United States of America. He is 1 out of 77 persons on Alpha Life
who are given the first name as Logan. Also, he is a member of people falling
in the age group of 24 years, celebrities for being Fitness Trainers.

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From being
one of the best motorcycle racers to being in the US military, Franklin has
developed some great skills and a fit body.

It was a
bumpy ride for Logan, as he had started his training due to being bullied by
his senior high school fellows. After withstanding all his challenges in
Afghanistan, Logan came back as strong as possible and started his career in
and as a body builder, which gained him success in the body building industry
and he achieved his goal by becoming a successful international fitness model.

 

WHAT INSPIRED HIM?

“I started working out when I was 14
years old in my dad’s home gym. I was a smaller kid and I just didn’t want to
get picked on by anybody who thought they were better than me because they were
bigger. My dad was also a big guy so I looked at him as an inspiration for me
to do better. I guess that was how it all started. 4 years later I joined the
military at the age of 18 and shortly after went to war in Afghanistan with the
4th Infantry Division. The experiences I’ve been through and the brotherhood
that was formed will never be matched by anything. Overcoming times of adversity
has molded me into the man I am today with a “never give up attitude.””

 

ABOUT ATHELETE

Name

Logan Franklin

Designation

Fitness Instructor

Date of
birth

April 2nd, 1993

Place of
birth

United States of America

Age

24

Zodiac
Sign

Aries

Height

5’11” – 180 cm

Weight

200 lbs – 91 kg

 

A CLOSE UP ON HIS LIFE

SERVING IN THE US ARMED FORCES

During his
four years in his college, he started working on his physique in order to get a
perfect body. He started getting his body in shape and he become quite closer
to his dream goal of becoming a body builder but it was solely dependent on his
decision of joining the military as after that, he would start working on his
diet. After getting a degree from high school, at the age of 18, he decided to
join the US military. After five years of services in the US military, he
returned back to his home, but this time with a new motive to become a body
builder and work in that industry. His service in the military was a major
reason as to why he was so disciplined and determined to make something out of
himself.

“When I was in the military I was
constantly being pushed to better myself, and the brothers I had around me.”

 

ATTAINING HIS PRO CARD

As soon as
he was done with his service in the military, he started focusing more on his
fitness career and within a period of four months he was trained so well, all
thanks to his military training which made him so quick in preparing for his
first show – the Formulation 1 classic in his hometown, which by fate he won!
This inspired him to do more. Further, he went on to win his class division and
the overall in the nationals 4 days later. He got the 1st place trophy;
he also walked away with something that had been his aim since the beginning –
a Pro Card. Logan was just as close for reaching his goal of becoming a
professional fitness trainer.

After giving
his heart and soul to his dream goal and working day and night placing in
several more competitions throughout 2015 and 2016, Logan finally smashed
another target. He had made his way into 2016 Olympia. His competition was
tough with George Brown. Though, he was unable to win, this US army retired
soldier stood in a respectable 4th place.

“My motivation is my obsession with being the
best I can possibly be. I want to be the best
in this sport and I know that if I don’t give it my all, then there will always
be someone working harder than me!”

TOURNAMENT HISTORY

YEAR

LEAGUE

COMPETITION

PLACE

2014

NPC

NPC Nationals

1st

2014

NPC

NPC Nationals

1st

2015

IFBB

Pittsburgh Pro

11th

2016

IFBB

New York Pro

4th

2016

IFBB

Mr. Olympia

9th

2017

IFBB

New York Pro

6th

 2017

 IFBB

Mr. Olympia

7th

 

WORKOUT

WORKOUT PROCESS

Logan
follows a systematic diet plan and workout routine as he knows exactly which
muscle’s group he would be working onto when getting into the gym. His favorite
workout exercise being squats, he also works separately on his legs and
shoulders exercise in order to maintain a better body! He opts for a higher rep
range, working out with 10-20 reps per set. This soldier continues running for
2 to 3 miles per day after vigilantly being a part of the US military training,
making sure that he remains in peak condition for continuous 365 days and not
losing his strength.

WORKOUT SCHEDULE

Monday:
Chest/Biceps

o    Incline Smith Press 4 x 15, 12, 10, 10

o    Incline Dumbbell Fly’s 3 x 12-15

o    Flat Barbell Bench Press 3 x 12-15

o    Dips 2 x 12-15

o    Cable Cross Overs 2 x 12-15

o    Straight Barbell Curls 4 x 20, 15, 15,
12

o    Dumbbell Concentration Curls 3 x 12-15

o    Standing Machine EZ Bar Curls 3 x
12-15

Tuesday:
Legs/Side-Delts

o    Leg Extensions 4 x 20-30

o    Squats 3 x 15-20

o    Walking Barbell Lunges 3 x 150 Feet

o    Lying Leg Curls 5 x 20, 20, 20, 15, 12

o    Seated Dumbbell Side Laterals 5 x 20,
15, 15, 12, 12

o    Dumbbell Upright Rows 3 x 12-15

o    Cable Side Laterals 3 x 12-15

Wednesday:
Back/Triceps

o    Pull Ups 3 x 15

o    T-Bar Rows (with Olympic Bar) 4 x
10-15

o    Dead-lift from Rack 3 x 8-12

o    Barbell Rows (Palms Up) 4 x 10-15

o    Seated Cable Row (Rope) 3 x 15

o    Triangle Bar Press Downs 4 x 12-20

o    Close Grip Bench 4 x 10-15

o    Overhead Dumbbell Extensions 4 x 12-15

o    Dumbbell Kickbacks 3 x 15

o    Rope Press Downs 3 x 15

Thursday: Off

o    Recovery

Friday: Shoulders

o    Barbell Shrugs 4 x 10-15

o    Dumbbell Shrugs 3 x 12-15

o    Seated Dumbbell Laterals 5 x 12-15

o    Military Press 4 x 12

o    Reverse Dumbbell Fly’s 4 x 12-15

o    Dumbbell Upright Rows 4 x 12-15

Saturday: Legs

o    Stiff Leg Dead-lifts with Dumbbells 4
x 15-20

o    Seated Leg Curls 3 x 15

o    Walking Barbell Lunges 3 x 150 Feet

o    Abductors 3 x 40

Sunday: Off

o    Recovery

“My three most favorite
workouts would be:

1.    Squats

2.    Incline
Dumbbell Press

3.    Lat
Pull Downs

Pretty much with these 3 exercises you can do some serious damage in
terms of building quality size on your physique. Compound movements are simply
the best!”

DIETEITCS

Logan’s first
priority is to always remain sparse and to never get bulky, unlike other
bodybuilders. He does not want to gain that overly-bulked look so he continues
on his strict diet and eats clean for the whole year.

His diet chart
would seem like the one stated below:

 Meal # 1: 1 egg yolk with 8 egg whites with 4
tbsp of wheat cream.

Meal # 2: 7 ounces
Chicken and 7 ounces of cooked white rice.

Meal # 3: Whey
Protein Shake and 2 slices of Ezekiel Bread.

Meal # 4: 7 ounces
Chicken Breast or 8 ounces 85/15 Ground Beef, 3-5 ounces Greens, Asparagus,
Broccoli, Spinach, Romaine, Green Beans and 6 ounces white potatoes.

Meal 5: 5
Egg-Whites followed by Gold Standard Casein Shake and Quacker Oats.

“My diet changes often it just depends on
whether I’m getting ready for a competition or a photo shoot or if I’m just
training for off-season gains but here is my current diet.”

HIS SUBSIDIARY STACKS

·       Hydro Whey Protein

·       Optimum Nutrition
Casein Protein

·       Pre – Working out

HIS IDEALS AND
INFLUENCES

At an early age, Logan
Franklin was roused to gain his size, major cause being his father. He wanted
to become as big in size as him because he was his inspiration since the
beginning so he stared working out in his father’s home-gym at the age of 14,
which was an initial step into his fitness career. Another reason was him being
very tiny since the beginning and his seniors bullying him for what he was so
wanted to grow big and to forego the entire backlash he faced since his time in
high school.

Also, he considers late
Greg Pitt as his only fitness idol, as he thinks him to have the best physique
and the same attitude as him.

MOTIVATION WE GET
FROM HIS LIFE

Following our dreams has
to be one of the major reasons in achieving our goals. This is what Logan
Franklin has also shown us. Since the beginning he wanted to get into fitness
world which is what he eventually did. After getting out of the military,
within a period of 4 months, he got into his first competition and in almost 2
years, he had become a professional bodybuilder.

Also, his struggle teaches
us that whatever we do, in which ever field, it requires discipline. His time
in the military taught him patience and discipline which provoked him to earn
his Pro-Card.

“The experiences
I’ve been through and the brotherhood that was formed will never be matched by
anything.”

 

 

 

 

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