Art Atwood Professional Bodybuilder Biography
Full Name: Art Atwood
Nick Name: Monster,Art Bodybuilder
Date of Birth: December 27,1973
Birth Place: Greenfield,Wisconsin,United States of America
Died: Art Atwood is no more,He died in September 11,2011 in Dallas,Texas.
Height: 6'11"
Off-season Weight: 320-322 lbs
In-season/Competition/Contest Weight: 278-275 lbs
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Martial Status: Married
Occupation/Profession: Professional Bodybuilder,Personal Trainer and Store Owner of Mass Results
Pro Debut: 2001
Chest: 58"
Legs: 32"
Arms: 23"
Calves: 21"
Best Achievement: NPC 2000 Competition
Art Atwood Biography:
Art Atwood was born on December 27,1973 in Greenfield,Wisconsin,Untied States of America.Art Atwood was a great IFBB professional Huge and Massive Bodybuilder.He is no more he died in September 11,2011 Dallas,Texas.He was really great man.He had his own Store of Mass results.He had some kind of disease.He was from a simple native of Wisconsin.For the first time world saw him in NPC Competition in 2000.In that competition he was placed 1st in heavy weight bodybuilders.He also participated in Mr.Olympia contest in 2002,where he was placed 12th.It was a great victory and success for him.Later on he retired from bodybuilding but love for bodybuilding always in his heart and he died with his bodybuilding love heart.For the first peoples saw him in Arnold Classic in 2005.He has been featured in many Bodybuilding famous magazines as Cover Page.Art Atwood was the legend of Bodybuilding.
Art Atwood Bodybuilding Photos Album:
Art Atwood Massive and Huge Bodybuilder 
Art Atwood Bodybuilder
Art Atwood Back Double Biceps-Back Muscles 
Art Atwood Side Chest Pose
Art Atwood Professional Bodybuilder in a Bodybuilding Contest 
Art Atwood Contests/Competitions History:
  • 2006 Atlantic City Pro,10th Position
  • 2000 NPC Junior USA,1st Position
  • 2000 NPC Nationals,14th Position
  • 2000 NPC USA Championships,7th Position
  • 2001 NPC Nationals,1st Position
  • 2001 NPC USA Championships,3rd Position
  • 2002 Grand Prix England,7th Position
  • 2002 Mr. Olympia,12th Position
  • 2002 Show of Strength Pro Championship,12th Position
  • 2002 Toronto Pro Invitational,1st Position
  • 2003 Grand Prix England,7th Position
  • 2003 Grand Prix Holland,8th Position
  • 2003 Grand Prix Hungary,3rd Position
  • 2003 Grand Prix Russia,6th Position
  • 2003 Night of Champions,7th Position
  • 2003 Mr. Olympia,13th Position
  • 2004 Florida Pro Xtreme Challenge,5th Position
  • 2004 Hungarian Pro Invitational,8th Position
  • 2004 Night of Champions,9th Position
  • 2004 Toronto Pro Invitational,5th Position
  • 2005 Arnold Classic,14th Position
  • 2005 San Francisco Pro Invitational,10th Position
  • 2006 Europa Super Show,5th Position
  • 2006 Montreal Pro,7th Position


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