LoganFranklin currently aged 24, was born on April 2nd, 1993 in theUnited States of America. He is a Fitness model and Personal trainer and is 1out of 77 persons on Alpha Life who are given the first name as Logan.
Also, heis a member of people falling in the age group of 24 years, celebrities forbeing Fitness Trainers.LoganFranklin was a motorcycle motor earlier and also served in the military ofUnited States. Because of the strict diet and training in the Military ofUnited States, Franklin managed to build some great skills and a fit body.LoganFranklin’s high school journey was not quite memorable for him because of hisseniors in the school who always bully him.
It was time when Logan Franklindecided to start training his body in order to keep him safe from beingbullied. He fought the war against Afghanistan in his teenage in such criticalcircumstances, his confidence was boosted up and he came back stronger and powerful.After that,Logan was pretty much ready to start his career in the fitness world and to bewell known as an International Body Builder and an inspiration to everyone.
About Logan Franklin:Full Name: LoganFranklinBirth Day: 2nd April, 1993Birth Place: The United States of AmericaBirth Sign: AriesAge: 24Weight: 85 – 89 kgHeight: 5’11Nationality / Country: AmericanProfession: Fitness Model And Personal TrainerGetting into Fitness World:LoganFranklin began his training journey only at the age of 14 in his father’s owngym. Being a young kid, Logan Franklin did not want to get bullied from the bigguys in the gym who had better and bigger bodies compared to him.LoganFranklin got inspiration and motivation from his father who was also a big guyin order to improve his body like him and this is how Logan put his stepstowards fitness world. Then after 4 years, he served in the military of UnitedStates and just after that went for the war against Afghanistan. Logan feelthat the love and brotherhood he got from his fellows cannot be matchedanywhere now. He handled the unpleasant time of his life greatly and grew upwith a “Never Give Up” attitude.Journey in the Military of UnitedStates:During hisfour years in his college, Logan Franklin started working on his physique inorder to get a perfect body.
He started getting his body in shape and he becomequite closer to his dream goal of becoming a body builder but it was solelydependent on his decision of joining the military as after that, he would startworking on his diet. After getting a degree from high school, at the age of 18,he decided to join the US military. After five years of services in the USmilitary, he returned back to his home, but this time with a new motive tobecome a body builder and work in that industry.
His service in the militarywas a major reason as to why he was so disciplined and determined to makesomething out of himself.”When I was in the military I wasconstantly being pushed to better myself, and the brothers I had around me.” – Logan FranklinAttainingHis Pro Card:After serving his country, Logan Franklin completely focused on body buildingbecause of the extreme level of training he got in the Military of UnitedStates. After working out for a period of 4 months only, Logan Franklincompeted in his debut event (The Formulation 1 Classic). Logan Franklin endedthis competition in the 1st place in the month of October 2014.After awonderful start, Logan Franklin competed in the class division and overall inthe nationals just after four days of first event.
Logan Franklin got declaredas the winner of that competition but not only this, he successfully achieved thefirst aim of his life and that was the Pro Card. After becoming a well knownProfessional Body Builder, Logan Franklin started doing intense work out in orderto compete in the 2016 Mr. Olympia. Workout /Training:Logan follows a systematic diet plan and workout routine ashe knows that on which area of his body he is going to work out for in the gym.His favorite workout exercise being squats, he also works separately on hislegs and shoulders exercise in order to build a strong and powerful physique.Logan Franklin opts for a higher range of reps thinking that it could build hisbody more comprehensively. He works out with 10 to 20 reps per set.
Because ofthe fact that he served in the Military, Logan Franklin still runs for 2 to 3miles daily, as running in the morning is the best thing to do because it keepsyou fit and healthy. WorkoutSchedule:Monday – Chestand Biceps:Incline Smith Press: (4 sets of 15, 12, 10, 10 reps respectively)Incline Dumbbell Fly’s: (3 sets of 12 to 15 reps)Flat Barbell Bench Press: (3 sets of 12 to 15 reps)Dips: (2 sets of 12 to 15 reps)Cable Cross Overs: (2 sets of 12 to 15)Straight Barbell Curls: (4 sets of 20, 15, 15, 12 reps respectively)Dumbbell Concentration Curls: (3 sets of 12 to 15)Standing Machine EZ Bar Curls: (3 sets of 12 to 15 reps)Tuesday – Legs:Leg Extensions: (4 sets of 20 to 30 rep)Squats: (3 sets of 15 to 20 reps)Walking Barbell Lunges: (3 sets of 150 Feet)Lying Leg Curls: (5 sets of 20, 20, 20, 15, 12 reps respectively)Seated Dumbbell Side Laterals: (5 sets of 20, 15, 15, 12, 12 reps respectively)Dumbbell Upright Rows: (3 sets of 12 to 15 reps)Cable Side Laterals: (3 sets of 12 to 15 reps)Wednesday – Back and Triceps:Pull Ups: (3 sets of 15 reps)T-Bar Rows: (4 sets of 10 to 15)Dead-lift from Rack: (3 sets of 8 to 12 rep)Barbell Rows: (4 sets of 10 to 15 reps)Seated Cable Row: (3 sets of 15 reps)Triangle Bar Press Downs: (4 sets of 12 to 20 reps)Close Grip Bench: (4 sets of 10 to 15 reps)Overhead Dumbbell Extensions: (4 sets of 12 to 15 reps)Dumbbell Kickbacks: (3 sets of 15 reps)Rope Press Downs: (3 sets of 15 reps)Thursday – Active RestCardio ExercisesFriday: ShouldersBarbell Shrugs: (4 sets of 10 to 15 reps)Dumbbell Shrugs: (3 sets of 12 to 15 reps)Seated Dumbbell Laterals: (5 sets of 12 to 15 reps)Military Press: (4 sets of 12 reps)Reverse Dumbbell Fly’s: (4 sets of 12 to 15 reps)Dumbbell Upright Rows: (4 sets of 12 to 15 reps)Saturday – Legs:Stiff Leg Dead-lifts with Dumbbells: (4 sets of 15 to 20 reps)Seated Leg Curls: (3 sets of 15 reps)Walking Barbell Lunges: (3 sets of 150 Feet)Abductors: (3 sets of 40 reps)Sunday – Off / Active Rest:Cardio ExercisesDiet Plan:Logan’s first priority isto always remain sparse and to never get bulky, unlike other bodybuilders. Hedoes not want to gain that overly-bulked look so he continues on his strictdiet and eats clean for the whole year. The Meal Plan of Logan Franklin is:Meal 1: 1 Egg yolk with 8Egg Albumen and 4 table spoon of wheat cream.Meal 2: 7 ounces Chickenand 7 ounces of Cooked White Rice.Meal 3: Whey ProteinShake and 2 slices of Ezekiel Bread.Meal 4: 7 ounces ChickenBreast or 8 ounces 85/15 Ground Beef, 3 to 5 ounces Greens, Asparagus,Broccoli, Spinach, Romaine, Green Beans and 6 ounces white potatoes.Meal 5: 5 Egg-Whites withCasein Shake and Oatmeal.
“My diet changes often it just depends on whether I’mgetting ready for a competition or a photo shoot or if I’m just training foroff-season gains but here is my current diet.” – Logan Franklin Supplements:· Hydro Whey Protein· Optimum Nutrition CaseinProtein· Pre – WorkoutMotivation:Logan Franklin waspretty much impressed by his father to gain a big size like him. He wanted tobecome as big in size as him because he was his inspiration since the beginningso he stared working out in his father’s home-gym at the age of 14, which wasan initial step into his fitness career. Another reason was him being very tinysince the beginning and his seniors bullying him for what he was so wanted togrow big and to forego the entire backlash he faced since his time in highschool. Also, he considerslate Greg Pitt as his only fitness idol, as he thinks him to have the best physiqueand the same attitude as him so he worked out at his intense level and triedall possible ways to stand where he is right now.
Struggle of Logan Franklin Shows:Following ourdreams has to be one of the major reasons in achieving our goals. This is whatLogan Franklin has also shown us. Since the beginning he wanted to get intofitness world which is what he eventually did. After getting out of themilitary, within a period of 4 months, he got into his first competition and inalmost 2 years, he had become a professional bodybuilder.
Also, his struggleteaches us that whatever we do, in which ever field, it requires discipline.His time in the military taught him patience and discipline which provoked himto earn his Pro-Card. We should work hard to achieve our goals and never losehope since it is the key to success.