Nick Walker Take only 5th place on Mr. Olympia 2021
Nick Walker spoke about his performance at the 2021 Mr. Olympia tournament. In the first full season of his professional career, Nick Walker said he wanted to win the Arnold Classic and be in the top five at Mr. Olympia 2021. Although he did, he says he is still unhappy with his performance in Orlando. Walker is undoubtedly one of the most promising young athletes in bodybuilding. Turning pro last year, he burst into the competition calendar for 2021, winning his first-ever New York Pro tournament, the US Arnold Classic Festival, and finishing fifth at Olympia. After completion, Nick wrote a post on his Instagram, where he shared his thoughts on his fifth place and said that he was disappointed with the result, I hoped to achieve more, Nick wrote.
P.S “Fifth place for most athletes is a huge achievement. 5th place for me is a loss…. I hope this will not happen again. I know what needs to be improved and I know what needs to be fixed, “Walker wrote.”
This reaction from Nick is just the latest example of how competitive his mindset is, given that he is dissatisfied with what many call one of the best first starts in the history of all bodybuilding. In the end, winning the first Arnold Classic, and a few weeks later getting into the top five at the very first Olympia is almost impossible, but he did it.
However, it is this mindset that makes Nick Walker one of the most respected and popular figures competing right now. While some would argue that he has an unpleasant physique due to the peculiarities of his legs, he has attracted the attention of the younger generation of bodybuilding fans with his outspoken and confident personality, as well as his enormous size. As for his career, he says that he no longer needs to compete this year.
He now plans to spend the next few months working on the losses in his shape that allowed Hunter Labrada, Hadi Chupan, Brandon Curry, and Big Ramy to defeat him. Even if he’s disappointed, many people are impressed with how Nick Walker looked in 2021. It will be interesting to see how he improves over the next few months and if he can continue his meteoric rise.