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60lbs added between age 47 and 49

November 14, 2023
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How American Paul Barnett is smashing it ahead of USA Masters

TWO years ago Paul Barnett was on stage at 185lbs aged 47. In three weeks he will step on stage at the Masters USA’s with more than 60lbs of muscle hanging off his frame.

Barnett, now 49, enjoyed what his coach Justin Harris described as “one of the best contest rebounds I have ever seen” – and the pictures prove this seemingly wild statement.

You can listen to Barnett’s amazing story via his brilliant and informative YouTube channel – featured in MuscleMatters five to watch recently – called Anabolic Bodybuilding.

More recently, Barnett has been logging his progress as he prepares for the USA Masters. He is currently three weeks out and looks sure to come in even heavier and more conditioned than ever. Some feat at 49 years old.

Reflecting on his incredible progress in just two years, Barnett wrote: “This is wild to look back on. Sometimes, I forget how much progress I have made. This pics are about 26 months apart. Almost 60 lbs of difference between the two. This was from age 47 to 49. So for those who say you can't progress past the age of forty, here's the proof otherwise.”

MuscleMatters will be following Barnett’s progress all the way to the stage and will be keen to see where next year takes him too.

Watch this space.

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