64+ Best Ronnie Coleman Quotes: Exclusive Selection

Ronnie Dean Coleman is an American retired professional bodybuilder. The winner of the Mr. Olympia title for eight years in a row, he is widely regarded as one of the greatest bodybuilders of all time. Motivational Ronnie Coleman quotes on bodybuilding will help you reframe negative thoughts during tough times and change your attitude.

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Most Famous Ronnie Coleman Quotes

I love you all. Y’all made me have the best life that a guy could ever have. I could have never done it without you all. – Ronnie Coleman

Ain’t nuttin’ to it,but ta do it! – Ronnie Coleman

Y’all fans, Y’all are the greatest in the world. I don’t care about the people that don’t like me and that boo me. I really did not know I had this many fans. It’s amazing the amount of people that respect me and love me, support me. And the prayer thing is what really gets me. – Ronnie Coleman

Light weight … Yeah buddy! – Ronnie Coleman

Most people know who I am. Then I get the people who don’t know who I am and just want to take a picture with a guy with muscles. I get more people that know me than anything. – Ronnie Coleman

Everybody wants to be a bodybuilder, but don’t nobody wanna lift no heavy ass weight. – Ronnie Coleman

Training has always been a hobby, and my whole life has revolved around training. It’s something I truly love doing. I wanna do what I wanna do and this is something I wrestled with, because I have to make many sacrifices to do what I wanna do. – Ronnie Coleman

I ain’t Messin Around. – Ronnie Coleman

Yea Buddy! – Ronnie Coleman

Aint nuttin’ but a peanut. – Ronnie Coleman

I learned the ins and outs of the supplements business as a bodybuilder. I’d worked with some of the companies, and I knew a lot about the products. Some of them worked OK, and some of them didn’t. I wanted all of them to work, not just for me, but for other people, too. – Ronnie Coleman

Aint nothin to it but to do it. – Ronnie Coleman

Mostly, I was into powerlifting when I was in high school. And I just continued to train the same way I was taught to powerlift. Once I started doing bodybuilding, there were no real differences, just different exercises. A different way of training with more repetitions, but it was still the same lifting of very heavy weights to get stronger. – Ronnie Coleman

TIme to show ya how its gon be done – Ronnie Coleman

Light weight baby – Ronnie Coleman

It’s hard to be at your best and to know exactly what is your best at all times because even when you do see yourself, you think you could be better, and you often feel that there is something you could have done differently. – Ronnie Coleman

Time to put that secret weapon on. – Ronnie Coleman

Gotta go deep baby. – Ronnie Coleman

Ima do this. – Ronnie Coleman

Everybody wants to be a bodybuilder dont nobody wanna lift this heavy ass weight…. I do it though! – Ronnie Coleman

Somebody aint gon let the dogs out! – Ronnie Coleman

TIme to bleed. – Ronnie Coleman

Can’t nobody else in here do this! – Ronnie Coleman

Bodybuilding is a hobby. At least for me it is. I’ve trained since i was 12 or 13 years old. It’s a hobby I just have so much fun with it. I get so much enjoyment from it. To have your job as your hobby life don’t get better than that. – Ronnie Coleman

Recovery is not a gift from clinicians, but the responsibility of us all. We must become confident in our own ability to change our lives; we must give up being reliant on others doing everything for us. We must have the confidence to give up being ill so that we can start being recovered. – Ronnie Coleman

I’ve been training so long, its second nature to push myself to the limit. – Ronnie Coleman

I know that in order for something to work for me it has to be extremely powerful. – Ronnie Coleman

I’m always positive when it comes to professional bodybuilding, hell I’m Mr. Olympia for God’s sake. If I’m number one in our sport and I have a negative attitude, then our sport doesn’t need me and I don’t need our sport. There are problems and controversy in all sports. That’s really unavoidable. – Ronnie Coleman

I have had quite a few injuries during my time and if you are not injured in this sport [bodybuilding], you are not doing anything. – Ronnie Coleman

I’ve never really considered myself as being the best bodybuilder. I always try to let the people decide that. I just try to do the best I can do at whatever it is that I’m doing. – Ronnie Coleman

I always say to myself right before a tough set in the gym, Ain’t nothin’ to it, but to do it. – Ronnie Coleman

When you hit failure, your workout has just begun. – Ronnie Coleman

It is important to have people believe in you. With this support, what you can achieve is limitless. – Ronnie Coleman

Women really do pay attention to a man’s glutes. A tight, compact ass is often voted even more desirable than muscular arms and chest. So, if you’re lacking, start squatting! – Ronnie Coleman

Motivational Ronnie Coleman Quotes

Hard work and training. There’s no secret formula. I lift heavy, work hard and aim to be the best. – Ronnie Coleman

There’s no secrets or magic tricks to being successful in life. It’s plain and simple. Work harder than everyone else and the only way to do that is to do it. It may sound silly but it’s the truth and there aint nothing to it but to do it! – Ronnie Coleman

I loved challenging myself every day. The weight room was my therapy for everyday life stresses. No matter what I was doing I always wanted to be the best. – Ronnie Coleman

My biggest competition is always myself. I mean no disrespect, but I do not look at any of the guys as being my competition for the simple reason that I can’t control how they’re going to look. I can only control how I look. – Ronnie Coleman

I was always trying to stay one to two steps ahead of the game. – Ronnie Coleman

I’ve been in pain for so long now I’m just used to it. – Ronnie Coleman

When you love something as much as I love bodybuilding you don’t have to do much extra to push yourself, it just happens. There were some tough times and when those came up, I just used my mental strength to push through knowing that my mind controlled everything. – Ronnie Coleman

It’s all just apples and oranges. – Ronnie Coleman

thank god for pure natural strength – Ronnie Coleman

One thing you can’t beat in this world is time. I learnt that the hard way. You can’t play basketball forever. You can’t play football forever. You can’t body build forever. I mean you CAN do it, but not at a high level against younger guys who have more time and have not reached their peaks yet. There’s only so much the body can do and once you’re done, you can’t go back in time. – Ronnie Coleman

I never focus on contraction. I’m focusing on my muscle. I’m not focusing on a certain style of lifting or contracting. I’m just trying to get the weight up. I’m trying to build muscle. – Ronnie Coleman

Never underestimate the power of wide grip pullups to develop width and size. – Ronnie Coleman

I’ve attained my mass basically by training hard and very, very heavy. – Ronnie Coleman

If you take a hammer and hit something over and over again, it’s gonna be destroyed. I don’t wanna destroy my body cause I want my body to last me as long as it possible can. If you train hard and push it every day, your body is going to wear out. So, I give my body time to recover. – Ronnie Coleman

I always train heavy and it worked well for me. I always train heavy and put on size for a competition. Most people would be worried about an injury but if you’re gonna worry about it so much, it’s gonna happen anyway. – Ronnie Coleman

The more I have to do, the better off I am. I’m not really one to sit around and relax and take it easy. I always like having something to do. Even though I’m not competing, I’m going to be making a lot of appearances, doing guest posings and seminars. – Ronnie Coleman

Your body produces a lot less testosterone each and every single year no matter who you are. We are all human, nobody is superhuman. – Ronnie Coleman

Eat healthy, sleep well, work hard, train hard, never give up. – Ronnie Coleman

I used to think that my career was to be a police officer, and that is what I was put here to do. But I always kept the faith and always worked hard on my goals and I finally found out on Sept. 25, 1998, why I was put here (God) called me here to be Mr. Olympia. – Ronnie Coleman

Just because your triceps have fallen behind your biceps, doesn’t mean you should back off your triceps workouts. – Ronnie Coleman

Never underestimate the power of wide-grip pull-ups to develop width and size. – Ronnie Coleman

People actually go out of their way and say a prayer for me to do this. That really means a lot. I put my heart and soul, and when they pray it makes me work even harder and harder and harder. – Ronnie Coleman

And like I said before, I’ve said it year in and year out, hey I’m going to answer every question. I’m going to try and be the last one at the banquet. Try to take as many pictures. I’m here for Y’all, but Y’all are here for me. Y’all are here for us. – Ronnie Coleman

And hey I got mad love for every single fan out there. I don’t care if you don’t like me. I still love you because you’re here. Thank you all for coming out. Please come next year and make this thing even bigger. I love you all. – Ronnie Coleman

Let’s go eat! – Ronnie Coleman

If you always do what you’ve always dons. You’ll always get what you always got. – Ronnie Coleman

You can’t do this if you’re not dedicated and determined and have a strong faith. Because it’s extremely hard, especially trying to work a job and do it. – Ronnie Coleman

The next thing I would have to go with is diet because it is so hard and mentally tough. By comparison, the training is the easiest of them all because it’s my hobby as well as my job. – Ronnie Coleman

A day in the life of Ronnie Coleman mainly consists of eating, training or sleeping. – Ronnie Coleman

I quit working in the police force full time only after I won my third Mr. Olympia. – Ronnie Coleman