An Internationally recognised champion muscle model, winner of BBC’s The Last Man Standing.
He never lets himself forget, however, that his success wasn’t handed to him at birth. He achieved it through hard work and dedication.
As a young boy, Wolé struggled at school with dyslexia. This, however, wasn’t going to hold him back. Trying to determine where he belonged in the world, Wolé soon discovered he was strong and fast on the football pitch. He was a natural athlete.
To build his strength, Wolé started sneaking into gyms when he was 12 years old. Observing his older peers, he would copy their workout routines. As his muscles and body developed and grew, he realised he had discovered his passion. He loved the way a good workout made him feel and look, giving him a confidence that he’d never known.
As he grew older his interests evolved. Wolé applied his new-found strength to both his professional and athletic life. At 19, he started working as a firefighter becoming a hero to his community. He also started competitive boxing at the amateur level. He fought in 35 competitive bouts, earning an impressive record of 30 wins.
His list of clients and former clients include Kimberly Wyatt (former member of the Pussy Cat Dolls) amongst others. Wolé knows that he can take any person, at any level of physique, and help them achieve the body of their dreams.
His encouraging social media shares embrace challenges and promote healthy positive thinking. “Everyday we are presented with new possibilities. It’s up to you if you wish to take them. I know I will. My next goal is set and it is something I will attack with relish.”
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Wolé Adesemoye is an internationally recognized champion muscle model, winner of BBC’s The Last Man Standing and an ambassador for Maximuscle and Fresh Fitness Foods. He never lets himself forget, however, that his success wasn’t handed to him at birth. He achieved it through hard work and dedication.