The top bodybuilder of all time has reportedly turned his back on the sport to become a professional chef.
Julian Smith is the undisputed king of bodybuilding after being crowned the World’s No. 1 bodybuilder at the 2011 International Bodybuilding Congress.
His achievements include becoming the world’s youngest champion of the sport at just 24 years old, and being the first man to become the only male to lift the 400-pound World’s Strongest Man weight class, with his record-breaking attempt.
He also has a long history in the business, having been a member of the first professional bodybuilding association in the US and later a major figure in the sport.
However, his career in bodybuilding has been in the spotlight recently due to the revelation that he had been cheating for years.
A number of high profile figures have spoken out against the current bodybuilder industry, including former world champion Arnold Schwarzenegger and current UFC middleweight champion Anthony Pettis.
Now, he’s turned his focus back to his career as a chef.
Smith has been a regular at the Culinary Institute of America since 2006, and he was recently named the recipient of the inaugural Culinary Awards, an award given to the top new chefs in the nation.
Smith is one of three finalists for the award, which will be handed out at the end of the month.
Smith is currently serving as a consultant for the Culpeper Institute of Culinary Arts, and said he plans to continue his work in the restaurant world.
“I am so happy that the Culper Institute has chosen me to serve as their Consultant for Culinary Excellence, as I have always been passionate about serving the culinary community and have been a great ambassador for Culpepians since day one,” Smith told the CulpNews.
“I am looking forward to working with the Culphamp Institute and Culphamps Culinary team to bring to life the culinary experience for everyone in Culp,” he added.
Smith, who has appeared on the reality show The Voice, said that he has enjoyed cooking in general and that he enjoyed cooking with a lot of different people.
“It’s a very eclectic thing,” he said.
“It’s fun to be able to work with people who have a passion for food.”
Smith, a former champion, also owns the Culptech Kitchen in Pasadena, California, and has a personal chef certification. “
So I enjoy being able to get together with a group of people and have a meal together.”
Smith, a former champion, also owns the Culptech Kitchen in Pasadena, California, and has a personal chef certification.
He also has an international culinary certification from the Culleindustry International, which is the body that oversees the Culmonet, the top bodybuilding organization in the United States.
In 2013, Smith had to pull out of competing at the International Bodybuilders Championships in New York due to a stomach virus, which has left him in a “very bad” state.
He was also forced to take a break from his career due to surgery in the last two years.
However, he has been working with his son, a chef, since his return.
Smith said he will continue his culinary career in his own right.
“My son and I are looking forward and excited to continue cooking and to continue growing as a person,” he told the New York Times.
“We are going to keep our food as healthy as possible and focus on our own nutrition.”
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