The Physiques Of The Top Male Olympic Sprinters of All Time


Top Male Olympic Sprinters of All Time

Male Olympic sprinters are the fastest men to ever live. And we know that there is a lot of glory and fame to be obtained from winning a medal in the the Olympic sprint events. But sprinting is not just an exciting and popular sport. It is also a very powerful form of exercise that can help the people who do it on a consistent basis get and maintain a healthy and fit physique.

The benefits sprinting have on the body include fat loss and muscle building which are the two things that are needed to sculpt a lean, muscular and ripped physique. Sprinters also train with weights and eat healthy as part of their regime so they are definitely the type of men that’ll have impressive bodies.

So with that in mind we have decided to create a list of photos of the top male Olympic sprinters of all time who are known to possess great physiques.

Which ones have the best bodies? We do not have an answer for this question because most athletes who participated in the Olympic sprints in every era was in great shape. Therefore, you have to judge for yourself by looking at the photos below.

1. Yohan Blake

Top Male Olympic Sprinters of All Time Yohan Blake
Yohan Blake is a silver medal winner in the 2012 Olympic Games in London in the 100 meter and 200 m races for the Jamaican team. He ranked as the second fastest man ever in both 100 metres and 200 metres. He is tied with Tyson Gay at 100 metres with as second fastest ever after Usain Bolt.

2. Usain Bolt

Top Male Olympic Sprinters of All Time Usain Bolt
Usain Bolt is a nine-time Olympic gold medalist, holds the record for the fastest time a human being ever ran and is a strong contender for the greatest Olympian of all time title.

3. Tyson Gay

Top Male Olympic Sprinters of All Time Tyson Gay
Tyson Gay holds a 100 metres personal best of 9.69 seconds which is the American record and makes him tied with Yohan Blake for second fastest athlete ever, after Usain Bolt.

4. Asafa Powell

Top Male Olympic Sprinters of All Time Asafa Powell
Asafa Powell held the 100 metres world record between June 2005 and May 2008, with times of 9.77 and 9.74 seconds.

5. Justin Gatlin

Top Male Olympic Sprinters of All Time Justin Gatlin
Justin Gatlin is an Olympic gold medalist in the 100-meter dash. His 100 m personal best is 9.74 seconds.

6. Shawn Crawford

Top Male Olympic Sprinters of All Time Shawn Crawford
Shawn Crawford won gold at the 2004 Summer Olympics and silver at the 2008 Summer Olympics in the 200 meters.

7. Maurice Greene

Top Male Olympic Sprinters of All Time Maurice Greene
During the height of his career (1997–2004) Maurice Greene won four Olympic medals and was a five-time World Champion.

8. Michael Johnson

Top Male Olympic Sprinters of All Time Michael Johnson
Michael Johnson won four Olympic gold medals.

9. Donovan Bailey

Top Male Olympic Sprinters of All Time Donovan Bailey
Donovan Bailey once held the world record for the 100 metres race following his gold medal performance in the 1996 Olympic Games.

10. Alto Bolden

Top Male Olympic Sprinters of All Time Alto Bolden
Alto Bolden is a four-time Olympic medal winner.

11. Carl Lewis

Top Male Olympic Sprinters of All Time Carl Lewis
Carl Lewis won 10 Olympic medals, including nine gold.

12. Ben Johnson

Top Male Olympic Sprinters of All Time Ben Johnson
Ben Johnson won two Olympic bronze medals and an Olympic gold medal in the 100 meters, which was later rescinded for doping.

13. Linford Christie

Top Male Olympic Sprinters of All Time Linford Christie
Linford Christie is the only British man to have won gold medals in the 100 metres at all four major competitions open to British athletes: the Olympic Games, the World Championships, the European Championships and the Commonwealth Games.

14. Bruny Surin

Top Male Olympic Sprinters of All Time Bruny Surin
Bruny Surin is winner of a gold medal in the 4×100 metres relay at the 1996 Summer Olympics.

So as you can see all these top male Olympic sprinters of all time all have or had great physiques. And it’s no doubt that sprint training is a big factor in why these men are so lean, muscular and ripped.

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About Bar Brothers

Bar Brothers Logo
Bar Brothers is a fitness movement, originating in the US, that has representative groups all over the world. Calisthenics is their workout method and they also focus a lot on the mental aspects of success like motivation and confidence. Being part of the Bar Brothers movement means that you carry yourself as an optimist and you help those around you. The movement aims to help participants be the best they can be by following core fundamentals of hard work, consistency, perseverance, no excuses, and never giving up.

Bar Brothers  was started by friends Lazar Novovic and Dusan Djolevic who are known for their amazing body transformations achieved through calisthenics only training. They have created the Bar Brothers System which is a different and innovative online fitness program based on the calisthenics methods and exercises that they use.

Since the global growth of the Bar Brothers, participants in the movement have represented their countries worldwide, including the United States, France, Spain etc. The word bar comes from the pull-up bar commonly used in calisthenics exercises and brothers comes from the brotherhood formed between the founders of the movement, Lazar and Dusan.


Lazar Novovic and Dusan Djolevic

Bar Brothers Founders


The founders of Bar Brothers have a very good reputation in the fitness industry. Most reviews and feedback online about the founders and the movement is positive.

How Can They Help You?

Whether you decide to become a member of a local Bar Brothers group in your area or you choose to get access to their online system, you can benefit a lot from them. The physical benefits include the fitness results and the health benefits you’ll get from performing the bodyweight exercises you’ll learn. The mental benefits include motivation and confidence which are things that the Bar brothers movement deeply focused on.

Bar Brothers Representative Group

Requirement For Becoming A Representative

Persons who wish to represent Bar Brothers in their country must complete the Bar Brothers requirements. The requirements are – “7 Muscle Ups, 25 Dips, 10 Wide Grip Pull Ups, 25 Push Ups, 10 Leg Lifts, 7 Muscle Ups.” You must these with perfect form under 5 minutes or less, and then upload the video to Youtube.

Getting Access To The Bar Brothers System

Unlike becoming a representative for the movement, you do not have to complete any requirements to get access to the system. Anyone can simply purchase the Bar Brothers System online and start using it. If you purchase the Bar Brothers System you would get instant access to the membership site, where you will be able to access all the content related to the program including over 100 videos, program manuals and other resources.

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The Calisthenics Training Program

Calisthenics Training

Weight training equipment like dumbbells and barbells are no doubt great tools for getting in shape, but calisthenics training offers a lot of benefits that are very useful. You don’t need any equipment except a bar for some exercises, and you can workout anywhere, from your local park to your bedroom. But I think the biggest reason to incorporate calisthenics into your fitness program is you get to have a lot of fun performing the exercises. This calisthenics training routine will hit the major muscle groups in your body including abs, chest, legs, back, shoulder, biceps and triceps.

Does This Program Work?

Using bodyweight movements allow you to train multiple muscle groups at a time, which is great for developing strength and muscle. For example, it is easy to look at the simple pushup as working the exact same muscles as the bench press. And by employing the right pushup variations, you can achieve good progressive resistance with this exercise to continue adding to your strength level and muscle mass. One other key factor why you can rely on this calisthenics training program for results is it was created by one of the most recognized names in the calisthenics world – the Bar Brothers. This is one of the programs they have personally used to help build their amazingly ripped physiques.

Directions For This Training Program

According to the bar brothers, they train 3-5 days per week, 1-2 hours per session. You can split these routines through out the week, either 1 or 2 routines a day, whatever works best for you.

You can also customize the program to your personal needs whether you are a beginner, intermidiate or advanced. You can pick out the exercises that help you the most or what you prefer to do. you can also adjust the reps and workout schedule to fit your fitness level and personal preferences.

The Exercise Demonstration Video

Here is the training video that shows you how to perform each exercise in the program.

1 Six Pack Abs Workout

15 regular crunches
15 in and outs
15 full length toe touches
10 each side full length side toe touches
side to side holds (30 seconds)
Sitting hold with leg kicks (30 seconds)
Sitting hold (30 seconds)
Horizantal plane hold (30 seconds)
Then do as many cruches as you can to burn out set.
Do 4-8 sets depending on your level

Extra you can add with bar:
15 knee raises
15 straight leg raises
15 straight leg pushes
15 extended leg raises to bar
15 second straight leg holds
Then do as many straight leg raises as you can to burn out the set.
Do 4-8 sets depending on your level

2 Bigger Chest Workout

15 pushups inner
15 pushups regular
15 pushups outer
15 spider walk pushups
15 hindu pushups
15 explosive clap pushups
7 seconds down 7 seconds up pushups
Then do as many pushups as you can to burn out the set.
Do 4-8 sets depending ou your level

3 Full Leg Workout

Stretch and run 1/2 mile to warm up
15 squats
15 one leg squats on each leg
21 calf raises (7 inner, 7 regular, 7 wide)
run stairs for 2 minutes
15 explosive squat jumps
1 minute wall sits, then as many squats as you can to burn out the set.
Do 4-8 sets depening on your level

4 Back/Shoulder/Biceps/Triceps Workout

15 wide pulups
15 bicep pullups
15 dips on top of bar
15 inner pullups
15 second hold on bar
15 dips
30 second handstand against wall for support
15 handstand pushups if you can
15 wide muscle ups if you can
Then do as many pullups as you can to burn out the set.
Do 4-8 sets depending on yur level

5 Kuki Routine

1 pullup
1 muscle up
1 pullup
1 muscle up
1 pullup
1 muscle up
5 dips on bar
6 leg lifts
15 second 90 degree pullup hold
Do 4-8 sets depending on your level

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