As an internationally recognised athlete and two-time and reigning WBFF Muscle Model Champion, Wolé Adesemoye has achieved many accomplishments over the past decade - as a celebrity and within the fitness industry.
However, his success wasn't handed to him, but rather achieved through hard work and dedication. Starting out by sneaking into gyms at just 12 years old and copying his older peers' workout routines, he soon discovered his passion.
He applied that strength to his professional life, when he started working as a firefighter at just 19. He also started competitive boxing at amateur level. He fought in 35 competitive bouts, earning a record of 30 wins.
In 2014, Wolé competed in the World Beauty Fitness and Fashion championships (WBFF) in Las Vegas. He would go onto win three years in a row. In 2015, after months of intense training and dieting, Wolé earned his professional muscle model card.
Now, he’s the 2018 and 2019 World Champion alongside many other winning medals in the Muscle Modelling industry.
His list of clients and former clients include the likes of Kimberly Wyatt (former member of the Pussy Cat Dolls), World Renowned dress designer Julien Macdonald plus many more.