Dallas McCarver - Youngest IFBB Pro Bodybuilder - pt 2





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Published on Jun 17, 2013

Dallas McCarver started weight training in high school as part of his football team's strength and conditioning program. He went on to play college football at Bethel University, but eventually decided to give up playing football in order to pursue bodybuilding full-time. He stepped onstage for the first time at age 20 at the 2011 NPC Hub City Fitness Quest, winning the junior heavyweight and junior overall trophies. Next came the 2011 NPC Battle at the River, where he won the super heavyweight and overall classes. His third competition was the 2012 IFBB North American Championships, where he once again was named the super heavyweight and overall champion, becoming the youngest ever overall champion at a national show. The win also earned him his IFBB pro card, making him the youngest professional bodybuilder in the world. With so much potential at such a young age, the sky's the limit for what Dallas can achieve in the sport of bodybuilding.

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