Connor LaVallie – Natty Or Not?

| by Truth Seeker |

Connor LaVallie claims that he is a natural bodybuilder. But in this day and age, you can’t trust anyone. The truth never comes to you. You are the one who has to find it. Always do your own research. Let’s investigate.

1. Connor LaVallie has unreal conditioning and looks composed in PhotoShop

The physique presented by Connor LaVallie is extremely conditioned. He has striations all over his body – even his glutes. At the same time, he looks full. True natural bodybuilders are depleted and fragile in a similar state. The leaner you are, the harder it becomes to maintain muscle mass as a natty. Connor LaVallie does not have that problem – he is dry and complete.

2. Connor LaVallie compares well to former Mr.Olympias

According to, Connor LaVaille weighs 228 lbs (103 kg) at 6’3” (190cm). In comparison, Arnold Schwarzenegger won Mr. Olympia 1980 weighing 220lbs (100 kg) at 6’2” (188cm).

Note: During the Golden Era of Bodybuilding steroids were widely available. Most doctors were giving prescriptions for simple reasons such as – “I want to get bigger for football, sir.”

To summarize: The lean body mass (muscles, bones, water, organs..etc.) of Arnold Schwarzenegger in 1980 and Connor LaVallie at 5% BF compare as follows:

Arnold: 209 lbs (95 kg) {95 % of 220lbs}
LaVaille: 216.6 lbs (98.5 kg) {95% of 228lbs}

So, Mr.Natural Bodybuilding has 7.6lbs more lean body mass than Arnold in 1980. How come modern natural bodybuilders look like former Mr.Olympias? What kind of protein and creatine are naturals taking? Or maybe the secret is in the pre-workout supplements? Give me a break.

References: (visited on March 21, 2014)

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One comment

  1. Gangster warrior

    You hardly presented any evidence to call this guy a drug user. The guys photo is edited which makes it harder to tell if his body fat %. Thirdly the guy is inch taller than Arnold which is in his advantage. Now I am not saying he is natty…however it be more appropriate and present scientific literature to support your theory especially on the topic of muscle growth cause I can’t recall you presenting more than one study looking at natural potential…

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