Rickey Moten is an American bodybuilder who competes in the Classic Physique class. Rickey’s hard work in the gym has led him to start a career as an IFBB Pro.
He did not always compete in the Classic Physique category. As he made his body through a hard workout, he became too large for the Men’s Physique class.
In 2015, Rickey was getting into the World of bodybuilding. He joined different contests. He decided to compete as a Men’s Physique competitor during that time. Rickey won his first show at the USA Nationals in 2016 in Men’s Physique class.
Rickey Moten’s Bodybuilding Career
In 2017, Rickey thought to switch over to the Classic Physique class where he’s been creating waves ever since. When Rickey changed to the Classic Physique division, he had to up the power of his exercises.
It meant heavier weights, more volume, and less rest between sets. According to Rickey, it was hard but not unattainable. In 2018, Rickey competed at IFBB New York Pro Show in Men’s Classic Physique and got 4th place there. Rickey Moten is a big fan of Flex Wheeler and follows him in his training.
In 2019, Rickey was the runner-up at IFBB Tampa pro in Men’s Classic Physique class, and in the same year, he was the winner at IFBB San Antonio Pro in the same division. In 2020, Rickey got 5th place against Terrence Ruffin and Steve Laureus at Arnold Classic Pro USA and 7th place against Chris Bumstead at the Olympia 2020 in Men’s Physique category.
Rickey Moten’s Contest History
- 2020, IFBB Pro League, Olympia, Men’s Classic Physique, 7th
- 2020, IFBB Pro League, Arnold Classic USA (PRO), Men’s Classic Physique, 5th
- 2019, IFBB Pro League, San Antonio Pro, Men’s Classic Physique, 1st
- 2019, IFBB Pro League, Tampa Pro, Men’s Classic Physique, 2nd
- 2019, IFBB Pro League, Arnold Classic, USA (PRO), Men’s Classic Physique, 6th
- 2018, IFBB Pro League, New York Pro Show, Men’s Classic Physique, 4th
- 2017, IFBB Pro League, Los Angeles Grand Prix Pro, Men’s Physique, 13th
- 2016, NPC, USA, Men’s Physique – Class B, 1st
- 2015, NPC, Europa Dallas, Men’s Physique – Class B, 3rd
Rickey Moten’s Body Size
|Rickey Moten Weight||89 KG to 94 KG|
|Rickey Moten Height||5 Feet and 9 Inches|
|Rickey Moten Arm Size||21 Inches|
|Rickey Moten Chest||48 Inches|
Rickey Moten’s Wife
Rickey Moten married Maggie Kalani. She is a simple woman. The couple has a 10-year-old daughter together. The couple is living a happy life.
Rickey Moten’s Net Worth
Rickey Moten is an American IFBB professional bodybuilder who has a net worth of $500k. Rickey Moten earned all his money being an American bodybuilder.
Rickey Moten’s Training
As a competitor, Rickey does isolation exercises to fine-tune the details of his body. When he steps onto the stage, judges assess everything from his muscle size, definition, and vascularity, to his posing routine.
Rickey does cardio mostly in the in-season when he competes in the competitions. He doesn’t do cardio in the off-season. Because his goal during this phase is to increase the calories and pack on muscle mass.
Rickey Moten’s Diet and Nutrition
Rickey Moten’s coach Kash Guidry suggests diet and training for Rickey. Rickey believes in the old meal prep. Because of a busy athlete, he likes to have his meals ready for him in the fridge for the week ahead. If he travels, he’ll order a meal prep service. Some of his tack foods contain:
- Lean meat
- Omega-3 rich fish
- Leafy greens
- Brown rice