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Name

Logan Franklin

Birthdate

04/02/1991

Height

6’00

Weight

230 lbs

Birthplace

Minnesota

Current residence

Texas

Career highlights

2014 Overall NPC National Champ
2017 Dallas Europa Pro Men’s physique 1st Place
2018 Tampa Pro Men´s Physique 1st Place
2020 NY Pro in Classic Physique 1st Place

Favorite Products

Mr Veinz, Dr FEAAR, IsoPhorm
Born in Texas, Logan was considered small for his age, yet he played sports like football and baseball in high school.
At the age of 14 he started training and at the age of 18 he went to serve our country in the  Army in Afghanistan, where he spent 13 months in extremely difficult and dangerous conditions of war in the desert.
Just 4 months after returning from the army, Logan would win the NPC Nationals Overall and win his Pro Card. In the following years, Logan worked to improve his physique, won shows in the Men´s Physique Division and moved up to Classic Physique.

- WHEN AND WHY DID YOU START WORKING OUT?
I started working out when I was in the 7th grade, I was 12 or 13 years old. I didn’t want to be a small kid. I was very inconsistent with hitting weights at that age until I was about 16 when my dad bought equipment for a home gym.

 
- HOW DID YOU GET INTO THE FITNESS INDUSTRY?
I didn’t get into the fitness industry until I finished serving 5 years active duty in the US Army. I was 23 years old at the time and my goals honestly were never with competing. At the time, I wanted to try & follow in Greg Plitt’s footsteps. My goal was to just build as big of a following as I could to reach and inspire as many people to change their lives by chasing their dreams. I wanted to be a motivational speaker and land as many fitness magazines as I possibly could. This was until I was invited to shoot with some photographers at the 2014 Mr Olympia, I watched the men’s physique category and felt I had what it takes to compete with the very best guys in the world. I did my very first competition the very next month, and 4 weeks after I went on to earn my IFBB Pro card by winning the overall at the NPC National Championship. And this is where it all began...

 
- WHAT ARE YOUR FAVORITE EXERCISES?

My favorite exercise changes constantly, it depends on which bodypart I’m really focusing on improving and whichever exercise I feel the best contraction.

 
-  WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE BODY PART?
I don’t have a favorite body part to train because I truly enjoy training all muscle groups. Except for legs, I don’t enjoy training legs because the intensity that I train at is not fun. But I love the moments after knowing the job has been completed.

 
- WHO IS YOUR INSPIRATION IN THIS SPORT?
My inspiration in bodybuilding I would say comes from Arnold, the career he had from bodybuilding & everything that followed. Sets an example for all of us to strive for. Not to mention I feel his proportions are some of the greatest ever. Which is a shape I’m also working for.

 
- WHAT GOAL ARE YOU WORKING TOWARDS?
Improving my placing in the Classic Physique Olympia.
 
- WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE CHEAT MEAL?
My favorite cheat meal is honestly nothing crazy, when I’m on prep i usually enjoy a bison burger with bacon and cheese, some fries & a few cookies. If I’m not in competition prep mode, I think my go to cheat meal is pizza.

 
- WHAT ARE YOUR HOBBIES OUTSIDE OF THE FITNESS/BODYBUILDING INDUSTRY?
My hobbies outside of bodybuilding would be spending time with my wife and son. I love watching my son experience new things and learning how to do things for the first time. I also am a huge fight fan. MMA is the only other sport I follow besides bodybuilding. Ever since I started taking my career in bodybuilding so serious I cut out everything else. I feel I’m just too focused to care about another sport really.

 
- WHAT ADVICE WOULD YOU GIVE TO PEOPLE WHO WANT TO START A FITNESS/BODYBUILDING JOURNEY?
My advice to someone wanting to start a career in fitness & or bodybuilding, would be to stay patient, work your ass off and be as consistent as you can. Be consistent with everything from your training, your diet, to building content so you can create a social presence.

MONDAY back/calves
TUESDAY chest
WEDNESDAY legs
THURSDAY rest
FRIDAY push/pull chest & back
SATURDAY Arms/ shoulder touch up (calves again if not sore)
SUNDAY rest

-DIET

My diet changes a lot, but it is mainly based on clean foods and high protein. My nutrition doesn´t change much form off season to pre contest. I usually use the same foods. The only thing I change is calorie ingestion.
 


-SUPPLEMENTS


Mr Veinz
Venom
IsoPhorm
Black Viper
Rx Daily Line