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milos sarcev

Judging Milos Sarcev

Milos now appears in major publications on a frequent basis. Articles are written referring to his "classic" physique. The demand for him is global. The best way to explain why Milos is so accomplished, is to compare him to the criteria used by judges.

Muscularity

The first element judges look for is Muscularity, which incorporates everything pertaining to individual muscles, e.g. size, density, shape, fullness, separation, peaks, and striations. Examine the first photo on the left, you can see how Milos displays full round muscles; striations in the deltoids; abs which individually contain good size and separation from each other; and separation, fullness, and flair to his quads. Milos has become known for his stand-out quads. The fullness and flair can be seen from all angles.

Symmetry

The second element is Symmetry which addresses the balance between all muscles. This is the area which Milos claims so well. It is the element which has brought the label "classic" to his physique. It is a talent which largely comes with genetics and a good eye that tells you when to ease up somewhere because you shouldn't get larger in that group, or to go heavier because you need to catch up and balance with another group. It's the symmetry and balance that keep Milos' muscularity in control. Milos could shoot for quads which would dominate any competition. However, his command of Symmetry keeps the quads in balance with the rest of his physique. A look at the same photo will show you how well the fullness and flair of his quads are balanced by the full, round deltoids, arms, and pecs.

Presentation

The third element is Presentation which incorporates everything from the trunks, grooming, tan, posture, posing ability, individual routine, and demeanor. The expertise Milos has picked up after having competed in so many competitions is obvious. One is aware he is about to watch a qualified master at posing. The audience sees this when Milos takes the stage for his individual routine. He starts by slowly positioning his legs, which keeps everyone's eyes on one of the most impressive bodyparts of the competition. After having taken his time to position his legs, he brought everyone's eyes up by hardening his upper body to balance with his lower body. The calm pace displayed how comfortable he was on stage and how much control he had over the judges and the audience. The classical music, which he posed so well to, only further established him as an expert and master at posing.

Final Comments

It is necessary to also point out improvements which I think can be made. Milos has strong legs which bring a lot of attention to them. Some more height and thickness to the traps would balance them well. More of a tapered V look might be obtained by widening the lats, thickening the back, and tightening the obliques. Overall, the package as it stands now is quite impressive!

Stats
  • Date of birth: January 17, 1964
  • Place of birth: Yugoslavia
  • Current residence: California, USA
  • Height: 5' 11"
  • Weight: 240 pounds (at '97 Night of Champions)
  • Waist: 31"
  • Chest: 55"
  • Biceps: 21"
  • Quads: 30"
  • Gym: Family Fitness, Temecula CA
  • Certified Fitness Trainer, ISSA
  • Nutritionist

Bodybuilding Competitions

Amateur Competitions

  • 1986, 1987 Mr. Yugoslavia, 1st Place
  • 1987 European Championship, 2nd Place
  • 1989 Mr. Universe, 1st Place
IFBB Professional Competitions
  • 1991 San Jose CA, 3rd Place
  • 1991 Niagara Falls NY, 4th Place
  • 1991 Finland Grand Prix, 4th Place
  • 1991 Denmark Grand Prix, 5th Place
  • 1991 Switzerland Grand Prix, 6th Place
  • 1991 Italian Grand Prix, 7th Place
  • 1991 Spanish Grand Prix, 7th Place
  • 1991 English Grand Prix, 9th Place
  • 1991 Night of Champions, 11th Place
  • 1991 Mr. Olympia
  • 1992 Pittsburgh PA, 4th Place
  • 1992 Niagara Falls NY, 4th Place
  • 1992 Chicago IL, 5th Place
  • 1992 Night of Champions, 5th Place
  • 1992 Ironman, 6th Place
  • 1992 Arnold Classic, 8th Place
  • 1992 English Grand Prix, 8th Place
  • 1992 Spanish Grand Prix, 10th Place
  • 1992 German Grand Prix, 10th Place
  • 1992 Italian Grand Prix, 10th Place
  • 1992 Dutch Grand Prix, 10th Place
  • 1992 Mr. Olympia
  • 1993 Niagara Falls NY, 3rd Place
  • 1993 Pittsburgh PA, 3rd Place
  • 1993 Chicago IL, 3rd Place
  • 1993 Finland Grand Prix, 3rd Place
  • 1993 French Grand Prix, 3rd Place
  • 1993 Spanish Grand Prix, 3rd Place
  • 1993 Night of Champions, 5th Place
  • 1993 German Grand Prix, 5th Place
  • 1993 English Grand Prix, 5th Place
  • 1993 Mr. Olympia, 10th Place
  • 1994 Mr. Olympia, 13th Place
  • 1994 Spanish Grand Prix, 4th Place
  • 1994 German Grand Prix, 4th Place
  • 1994 English Grand Prix, 7th Place
  • 1994 Italian Grand Prix, 4th Place
  • 1994 French Grand Prix, 8th Place
  • 1995 Niagara Falls NY, 4th Place
  • 1995 Houston Pro Invitational, 5th Place
  • 1995 Canada Pro Cup, 3rd Place
  • 1995 Night of Champions, 6th Place
  • 1996 Canada Pro Cup, 3rd Place
  • 1996 Florida Pro Invitational, 3rd Place
  • 1996 Night of Champions, 4th Place
  • 1997 Canada Pro Cup, 1st Place
  • 1997 Night of Champions, 2nd Place
  • 1997 Mr. Olympia, 10th Place
  • 1997 Hungarian Grand Prix, 7th Place
  • 1997 Spanish Grand Prix, 9th Place
  • 1997 German Grand Prix, 7th Place
  • 1997 English Grand Prix, 8th Place
  • 1997 Czech Republik Grand Prix, 8th Place
  • 1997 Finland Grand Prix, 8th Place
  • 1997 Russian Grand Prix, 7th Place
Visit Milos Sarcev's website at www.milossarcev.com


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