Ronnie Coleman’s Injury Journey: From Mr. 8x Olympia to 13 Spine Surgeries

This article is a summary of the YouTube video ‘Ronnie Coleman: Mr. 8x Olympia to 13 Spine Sugeries. Here’s what happened…’ by Antonio J. Webb, M.D.

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Ronnie Coleman experienced 13 spine surgeries and suffers from chronic pain.

Key Insights

  • Ronnie Coleman underwent 13 spine surgeries and has suffered from back degenerative and traumatic conditions.
  • Squatting can cause injury to the back and the discs, leading to collapse of the spine and less room for the nerves.
  • Weightlifters and gym-goers should allow their bodies time to recover to avoid injuries.
  • Ronnie Coleman started powerlifting in high school and gradually increased the weight he lifted.
  • Lifting heavy weights can lead to injuries, especially if not giving the body time to recover.
  • Ronnie Coleman experiences chronic pain, rated at 9 or 10 on a scale of 1 to

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Transcript

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13 spine surgeries. That’s how many surgeries that Ronnie Coleman, Mr. 8-time Olympia, has underwent. In this video, we’re going to talk about that.

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What’s up guys? Dr. Antonio Webb here. I’m a board-certified orthopedic spine surgeon here in San Antonio, Texas, and in this video we’re going to be reacting to Ronnie Coleman’s documentary. He talks about his back injuries that he’s sustained over the years, and despite undergoing multiple surgeries and having all of these back degenerative and traumatic conditions,

This article is a summary of the YouTube video ‘Ronnie Coleman: Mr. 8x Olympia to 13 Spine Sugeries. Here’s what happened…’ by Antonio J. Webb, M.D.