Dennis Wolf lost gains, German champion, giant, and just a good guy who was born on October 30, 1978, in the city of Takmok, Kyrgyzstan. Yes, yes, he is not as German as it turned out.
- Height: 180 cm
- Competitive weight: 117 kg
- Weight in the off-season: 132 kg
- Circumference of biceps: 56 cm
- Circumference of the chest: 142 cm
- Waist circumference: 74 cm
- Circumference of the thigh: 79 cm
- Lower thigh: 43 centimeters
Dennis Wolff Biography
Dennis Wolf, German champion, giant, and just a good guy was born on October 30, 1978, in the city of Takmok, Kyrgyzstan. Yes, yes, he is not as German as it turned out. Father Dennis comes from Kazakhstan, and the mother had German roots and always wanted to return to Germany. Dennis is fluent in Russian, so everyone who lives in the CIS can count the giant as “his boyfriend.”
Dennis is married. His wife’s name is Katya. They raise their daughter Samantha.
His early childhood Dennis Wolf lost gains spent in Semipalatinsk, and after the boy was 9 years old his family moved to the Kemerovo region, where she spent another 3 years. After that, they move to Germany, where they live to this day.
From his earliest childhood, the young man was fond of sports. He had several dumbbells and he practiced with them almost every day. Already in 16, he enrolled in a sports club in Mergel, where he attended the gym. The guy was gifted with excellent genetics and could grow even without much effort and the right diet. At the age of 18, he was already sick with bodybuilding and began to study it in great detail. The guy was interested in diets, training schemes. The guys on the rocking chair were happy to share secrets with Dennis. Also, the young man attended seminars of famous German bodybuilders lapharma, listened to their lectures and consultations.
In 1999, at the age of 21, Dennis Wolf lost gains made his first tournament among men, not among juniors. At this tournament, the athlete finished in fourth place. For him, this was the first victory, which helped to believe in their strength and spur to even more serious training.
Four years later, in 2003, Wolf won the German bodybuilding championship. This was a big step forward, and the champion began to think about joining the professional division. To this end, in 2005, he went to China for the World Bodybuilding Championship among amateurs and won there, for which he received a professional card.
Dennis is considered a promising athlete. He repeatedly appeared on Mr. Olympia and in 2008 finished fourth. In 2011, he won the Australian Grand Prix. The most successful was 2013, in which the athlete was third at Olympia.
Dennis Wolf is now
Now Dennis Wolf lost gains is actively performing in professional tournaments. In addition to bodybuilding, he is not busy anymore. In the future, the athlete plans to acquire some business, but now the emphasis is only on the training. After a series of successful performances, Dennis became an icon of bodybuilding. In Germany, he is considered a national star. He has contracts with a large number of manufacturers of sports goods, published in magazines, and acts in television programs.