Bulgarian Drop Set Of Death – Hardcore Leg Workoutby John Meadows on October 19, 2017
This is called the drop set of death for a reason. You start by doing the Bulgarian squats and working your way up to the highest weight. Then you do the drop set of death. To find out how this is done just follow along in the video. After doing it let me know how it felt.
This workout is done by IFBB Pro IVANA IVUSIC
Name: Ivana Ivusic
Hometown: Des Moines IA
Current Location: Des Moines IA
Occupation: IFBB Figure Pro & Training/Nutrition Coach
Contact: [email protected]
3x Title Champion, 3x Olympian
Morning: 1 cup of green tea and 30 oz of water with 2x Lipocalypse Pre-training: Arc factor & keto factor Post training: Recovery Factor
Favorite Cheat Food
Pork Belly tacos however, nothing beats chocolate chip protein waffles.
Favorite Diet Food
Albacore tuna with avocado
Favorite Exercise in Gym
Wide Grip pull-ups
What’s in your gym bag?
All little bit of everything! (protein, arc reactor, Keto factor, lipocalypse, head phones, journal, straps, chap-stick, CLEAN socks (because you never know when you might need them) & my favorite pen)
What do you like to do outside of the gym?
Spend lots of time with family and friends. I also enjoy the outdoor life (hunting in the winter time and finishing in the summer time).
Biggest gym pet peeve
When I see someone wearing sandals while training.
Do you have any hero’s or mentors in the sport?
I think overall I find every athlete in the sport to be an inspiration to me in some way. Since everyone comes from such different walks of life I believe there is a hero in every individual.
Tell us a little bit about yourself, your background, and how you came about in the industry
I was born in Eastern Europe and grew up with my parents and 2 brothers. One of those brothers happens to be my twin brother who is my best friend. Growing up with two brothers was easy as long as I was in charge. I am now engaged and getting married this September to my wonderful fiancé. My fiancé is very involved in my competition life and I am very thankful for his support.
I began competing in the year of 2012 and became an IFBB Figure Pro in the year of 2013. I got involved in bodybuilding while I was in college and I must say the timing was perfect. I have both of my brothers to thank for introducing me to the NPC life. The first thing I had ever heard about the NPC was how beautiful all the girls were in bikinis with muscular physiques. I didn’t quiet understand all this but I decided I was going to do a show and started coaching myself. The outcome was more then I expected and due to this I kept going all the way until today. Now I have overcome many struggles through life and I thank the competing lifestyle for that. However, nothing can compare to all the people I have met through my journey and continue to each day.