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Sergio Oliva Jr. provides bodybuilding preparation update for 2024, parts with Dorian Yates – Fitness Volt

Bodybuilder Sergio Oliva Jr. leaves Spain and former six-time Mr. Olympia Dorian Yates due to visa problems. In a recent post on Instagram, Oliva Jr. on the matter and informed fans about his bodybuilding preparation for the 2024 season.

The son of bodybuilding Hall of Famer Sergio Oliva, Oliva Jr. big shoes to fill as an emerging IFBB Pro competitor. With his impressive muscle strength and size, many assumed that Oliva Jr. one day the top of the Mr. would reach Mount Olympia.

Oliva Jr. last competed in the Musclecontest Pro 2023 in third place. Given his top-level genetics and work ethic, fans have been counting down the days until his next show. In October 2023, he joined forces with former six-time Mr. Olympia winner Dorian Yates in Spain. While the two bonded over hardcore “blood and guts” workouts, Oliva Jr. interrupting his preparations due to an untimely ankle fracture.

All good things come to an end; Oliva Jr. recently said he has to leave Spain. While he has gained valuable lessons as a mentee from Yates, he plans to continue his bodybuilding season in the coming months.

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Oliva Jr. would have preferred to complete this preparation with Yates, but said that if he remains in Spain he could be banned from the country for up to four years. He was grateful to Yates, who taught him lessons in and outside of bodybuilding.

“Sad news Europe will not give me a visa and unfortunately I have to leave Spain. It really sucks that I wanted to finish this prep with DY, but I spoke to a lawyer and since I’ve already overstayed, I could get a ban of up to four years.

It sucks that I got injured and couldn’t train with DY until the end, but I’m so grateful for everything I learned from him in the gym. Especially the things that have nothing to do with bodybuilding,” says Sergio Oliva Jr.

As for his current bodybuilding season, Oliva Jr. Not sure which show he would be participating in, but it sounds like we could see him on stage soon:

“I was told I could get a visa for next year, so I plan to go back and finish what we started. I don’t know yet which show I’m going to do. But for now, I’ll take what I learned back to the US and keep grinding some Heavy Duty! #Blood and guts

It’s been a long road for Sergio Olvia Jr., who found himself in hot water last year after accidentally killing a man in a car accident. While Oliva Jr. spent time in a Dubai prison, which he compared to an episode of ‘Locked Up Abroad’, he was found not guilty of any wrongdoing.

Considering his genetics and potential, the future looks bright for Sergio Oliva Jr. Should he reveal his competition plans on the horizon, Fitness Volt will keep you posted on when and where you can see him on stage again!

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