Flex Wheeler Weight Height Eye Color Body Measurements Shoe Size

Flex Wheeler Weight Height Eye Color Body Measurements Shoe Size Hair Color Bra Size Figure

Kenneth Flex Wheeler is a famous American IFBB professional bodybuilder who was born on the 23rd of August 1965. Flex was born and raised in a small town called Fresno in California. Born into excruciating poverty, Flex battled dyslexia, child abuse, and suicidal tendencies but found well-deserved solace in sports. Retired IFBB professional bodybuilder notable for being one of the greatest in the history of the sport after winning the Arnold Classic five times, a record at the time.

His nickname was The Sultan of Symmetry. Athletics and martial arts helped him through a tough childhood that included child abuse and suicidal tendencies. He also suffered from dyslexia. He discovered weight training and bodybuilding as teen. Flex Wheeler married his longtime girlfriend Madeline Wheeler in the spring of 1997 and the couple had a son – Darius Wheeler. Flex Wheeler’s parents are Owen and Gloria Wheeler.

Physical Measurements
Eye Color Black
Hair ColorBlack
HeightFeet: 5′ 10″ || Centimeters: 179 CM
WeightContest : 95-102 kg or 210-225 lbs || Off-season : 120-125 kg or 265-275 lbs
Chest Size56 Inches
Shoe Size— (US) || — (EU) || – (UK)
Body Measurements56-43-45

Flex Wheeler Weight Height Eye Color Body Measurements Shoe Size Hair Color Bra Size Figure

Facts  about Wheeler 

Flex Wheeler Weight Height Eye Color Body Measurements Shoe Size Hair Color Bra Size Figure

  • After a Kidney transplant in 2003, he participated in the 2005 Arnold Classic. He received praise from the iconic Arnold Schwarzenegger who called Flex the best bodybuilder he had ever seen.
  • According to Flex, Jet Lee and Jackie Chan had the greatest influences on his career.
    Flex Wheeler is a 5-time Ironman Pro winner, a 4-time Arnold Classic winner, and has won the France Grand Prix, South Beach Pro Invitational, Night of Champions, and Hungarian Grand Prix.
  • He is also the winner of the 1996 Florida Cup Pro
  • In spite of his impressive laurels, what continued to elude Flex Wheeler was Mr. Olympia which he has narrowly missed out on three times, coming in second place in 1993, 1998 and 1999.

“OUR STYLE IS A STAND UP STYLE WHERE WE CAN THROW ALMOST ANY TECHNIQUE FROM THE GROIN ALL THE WAY TO THE HEAD.”

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