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About Michael Toscano
Michael John Anthony Toscano played sports for most of his life. He played football and wrestled with wrestling being his primary sport. Though sports, Michael built up his body.
When he was finished with collegiate sports, Michael needed to compete in something else. Michael decided to train for bodybuilding, since he already had a good base of muscle on his frame.
Before Michael’s bodybuilding career could start, he had to overcome a huge obstacle, a severe nerve injury to his neck from wrestling in 2012. He pinched a nerve between C-6 and C-7 which caused numbness in his right hand as well as severe atrophy in his right triceps and right pec.
Doctors said he may not be able to come back to full strength ever again, but Michael clearly beat the odds with four overall wins through his 2015 and 2016 bodybuilding seasons.
|Weight (Competition)||212 lbs|
|Weight (Off-Season)||232 lbs|
|Bench Press (Max)||495 lbs|
|Bench Press (Reps)||315 lbs x 15|
|Squat (Max)||585 lbs|
|DB Press (Reps)||140 lbs x 10|
|Military Press (Reps)||225 lbs x 8|
|DB Shoulder Press (Reps)||130 lbs x 10|
|Leg Press (Reps)||1250 lbs x 8|
Bodybuilding Competition History
|2016||NPC National Bodybuilding Championships||Men's Bodybuilding||Heavyweight||5th Place|
|2016||NPC Atlantic States Bodybuilding Championships||Men's Bodybuilding||Heavyweight||1st Place Overall Champion|
|2015||NYS Grand Prix Bodybuilding Championships||Men's Bodybuilding||Light Heavyweight||1st Place Overall Champion|
|2015||Jay Cutler Classic Bodybuilding Championships||Men's Bodybuilding||Light Heavyweight||2nd Place|
|2015||Mr. Buffalo Bodybuilding Championships||Men's Bodybuilding||Heavyweight||1st Place Overall Champion|
|2015||Mr. Buffalo Bodybuilding Championships||Novice Bodybuilding||Heavyweight||1st Place Overall Champion|