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Paul Vu | Supplement Mart Athlete

Paul Vu
IFBB Classic Physique Pro


Training Routine

Day 1:

Back & Biceps

Day 2:

Chest & Triceps

Day 3:

Legs & Shoulders

Day 4:

Rest Day

Competition History


Amature Olympia | 1st place


New Zealand International | 1st Place


U80kg Bodybuilding Arnold Classic Australia | 2nd Place


Overall Bodybuilding Champion Omara Classic


Overall Classic Physique Champion JLC


Open Short Classic Physique Arnold Classic Australia | 1st Place


Overall Classic Physique Winner Arnold Classic Australia


New Zealand Pro | 5th Place

Q & A

When did your fitness journey begin?
My fitness journey actually began in martial arts, mainly Muay Thai. It wasn’t until a few years of weight training that one of my friends competed in bodybuilding, after that I wanted to give it a try and I ended up winning my first show, since then its become a passion for me.

Where does your motivation come from?
My Motivation comes from just continually wanting to be better, not a day goes by where I don’t think about becoming a better version of myself. That’s what life and bodybuilding is about to me, just the pursuit of becoming better and better, day by day.

What is your favourite exercise?
I truly enjoy most exercises. I know that most exercises play a role in the physique I want to achieve. I would say the big compound lifts would be the favorites, just because you will hit more muscle groups and it separate’s the men from the boys.

What is your secret to maintaining a lean physique all year round?
I train hard and eat well most year round. I track what I eat but I also give myself some flexibility so I don’t drive myself nuts. It’s about finding a system that is enjoyable for you. The best training and nutrition plans are the ones you can stick to!

What is your favourite food
I love my proats in the morning, its like a desert for me! My favorite cheat meal would have to be burgers.

Daily Diet – off season.
Meal 1: 1 cup oats, 2 scoops Whey protein, 1 TBSP peanut butter, 1 banana.
Meal 2: 200g meat and 400g potato.
Meal 3: 200g meat and 400g potato.
Meal 4: 200g meat and 250g rice.
Meal 5: 200g meat and 250g rice.