Hennie Kotze

Hennie Kotze

Interview - Muscle Evolution: Meet The Real Hennie

Muscle Evolution took some time to off to get to know the "Real Hennie Kotze" with an up and personal interview, find out what makes this guy tick and to find out how he got to where he is today in the world of bodybuilding!

List 5 or more achievements throughout your career?

Tell us a little about yourself?

What is your favourite body part to train?

I believe it's a blessing and a privilege to train, as there are a lot of people who are unable to train due to various disadvantages. So I like training every body part but I enjoy training chest the most.

Least favourite body part to train?

The toughest body part to train for me is hamstrings.

What does your training split look like?

It varies but it generally looks like:

List 5 hints and tips on basic training principles?

List 5 hints and tips on nutritional principles?

What are your favourite supplements to use?

What are your favourite healthiest meals to eat?

Fillet steak with rice and veggies. Oats or Pro-Nutro with chocolate flavored SSN whey protein.

What are your favourite cheat meals to eat?

List of things you like to do when you are not training?

Your favourite movie or movies?

The last Samurai and Troy.

Your favourite magazine or magazines to read?

List some factors and people that inspired you during your time in this industry?

What is your favourite quote or philosophy you like to live by?

Don't let your dreams be clouded. Aim your sights high and reach for the sky.

What is your famous last word to say to anyone, on or off stage?

Be disciplined. Focus on yourself and not on anybody else, as you have no control over what they do.

Eat Smart!

Keeping fit is not just a fad - it's a way of life.

Nutrition also plays a major role in strength training. Your diet and bodybuilding supplements have to be regulated and carefully planned out.

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Training Schedule

Throughout my bodybuilding career I would say a big challenge for me was to prove that conditioning rules and not size.

I train 5 to 6 days per week. I prefer to train 1 muscle group per day and I totally exhaust that group with 4 - 5 exercises.

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Hennie Kotze would like to thank all his sponsors for their support over the years.

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