The hottest male bodybuilders spend hours upon hours working out, flexing in front of the mirror and otherwise looking fine. These athletes are all about looking good, building muscle and showing their bodies off for modeling jobs, bodybuilding competitions and adoring fans. Sure they walk around in next to nothing to showcase each bulging muscle but we're certainly not complaining.
Whether done professionally or on an amateur level, bodybuilding is the process by which men and women build muscle while losing fat, all to a pretty extreme level. These famous bodybuilders and weightlifters don't just spend time in the gym working with weights but also follow strict diets, tan often and polish their muscles with oil before competitions and other events. Bodybuilding isn't just a hobby or activity, for many it's a complete lifestyle. Male body builders travel in packs - so odds are, if you know one, you know many.
That said, it's no coincidence that some of the most popular and most successful bodybuilders in the world are also some of the sexiest. On the amateur circuit, Sami Al-Haddad, Ali Tabrizi and Mohammed Touri are just a few of the recent World Amateur Bodybuilding Champions who are also very easy to look at.What are the names of some hot body building men? But the raw sex appeal certainly doesn't stop there. Everyone from Binais Begovic to Johnnie Jackson to Christian Engel are both impressive with their bulges but also with their good looks. Really, it's harder to find unattractive male bodybuilders than it is to find a whole group of incredibly sexy male bodybuilders.
Christian Engel has graced the cover of several men's fitness magazines.
dhandler19 added Bob Paris
1983 NPC National Overall Winner and 1983 World Championship Champion. Bob Paris is still considered one of the most symmetrical and excellent bodybuilders of all time.
Birthplace: Columbus, Indiana
dhandler19 added Lee Priest
This NABBA Universe and IFBB Professional Champion is one of the all time best short bodybuilders of all time.
Birthplace: Newcastle, Australia