Robert Forstemann never skips leg day.
You may remember the German cyclist from the London 2012 Olympics when the size of his quads caused a stir.
A photo tweeted by New Zealand cyclist Greg Henderson of Forstemann’s legs versus compatriot Andre Greipel quickly went viral.
Nicknamed Quadzilla, Forstemann was a real hit in the games and walked away with a bronze medal in the team in the team sprint – an event which the German team entered in London 2012 as world champions.
He fell short of Chris Hoy and Team GB’s track cycling team at the Games, however, as the men won four of the five gold medals offered.
“It’s an honor for me to have my own nickname. Anyone who hears the name ‘Quadzilla’ knows that means Robert Forstemann, so of course that’s a good thing, ”said Forstemann.
“It was an honor to get this as a track cyclist because I’m not a bodybuilder or anything like that.”
He might not be a bodybuilder, but his 73cm thighs will be the envy of many.
And how exactly does he make such ridiculous quads? In an interview with Men’s Health, he said there were a lot of squats, deadlifts and leg presses involved.
London 2012 may be nine long years ago now, but Forstemann still isn’t skipping leg day if his Instagram is anything to go by.