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Dorian Yates is an English former professional bodybuilder who won the Mr. Olympia title six consecutive times from 1992 to 1997. Widely considered to be one of the top bodybuilders in modern history, Dorian has the fifth-highest number of Mr. Olympia awards of all time, thus ranking behind Ronnie Coleman, Lee Haney, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Phil Heath. Born Dorian Andrew Mientjez Yates on April 19, 1962 in Walmley, Warwickshire, England, he grew up in rural Staffordshire, UK. His father died of heart attack when Yates was 13. Yates started bodybuilding at the age of 21. He is married to Brazilian fitness model Glauce “Gal” Ferreira with whom he has a son named Lewis.
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|1.78 m, 5′10″ (feet & inches)
|121 kg, 266.7 pounds
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Dorian Yates Inspirational Quotes
"Splitting your meals up into smaller, more frequent portions will enable food absorption and utilization of nutrients."
"Ever since I retired from competitive bodybuilding, one of my dreams has been to offer an affordable way for independent gym owners to make a comfortable income and empower them to help the sick and diseased at the same time."
"I remember when I was a kid rugby players were some big guys that drunk a lot of beer but now they have proper training programs and diets and all that. And the pioneers of all that is bodybuilding."
"So initially getting up on stage I was really nervous, I was like, 'wow, I'm going to be standing there and all these people are going to be looking at me?' But funnily enough it wasn't too traumatic. It felt quite natural because I felt I looked good and I knew how to do the poses."
"Before, I could lift 600lbs in squats and all incredible stuff in the gym, but if I walked a couple of miles I'd probably get out of breath."