Mr. Olympia Finals took place yesterday in Las Vegas and Phil Heath won his sixth title. His aesthetic physique coupled with his massive size and stellar conditioning left a strong and vivid impression on me. I am sure that if he can keep up his incredible physique, he will remain at the apex of professional bodybuilding for at least another two or three years. Shawn Rhoden came second. This came as a surprise to me because his triceps looked a bit small. Dexter Jackson, an experienced 47-year-old competitor, placed third. I have great respect and admiration for him because he keeps getting better as he gets older. He proved that age is just a number. Big Ramy, a humongous Egyptian, came fourth. His conditioning looked much better than last year. Although he seemed to have lost his size, the new version of Big Ramy was nothing short of amazing considering that he had often been criticized for his sloppy conditioning. Roelly Winklaar, who finished sixth, appeared freaky on stage. He nailed his conditioning while successfully retaining his enormous size. Kevin Levrone, a legendary bodybuilder who had not competed since 2003, made a surprising comeback. Although he finished 16th, he did an impressive job for his age. No other 52-year-old men can barely match him. Overall, I really enjoyed this year’s Mr. Olympia.