Iain Valliere has been active on social media showing progress ahead of the Tampa Pro 2021.

Iain Valliere has been on a roll over the last few years. He has been a force in the bodybuilding game and it seems like that is going to continue moving forward. Valliere has been active on Instagram posting updates on his physique ahead of his next major competition.

The Tampa Pro 2021 is less than two weeks away. It will begin on Aug. 5 at the Grand Hyatt Tampa Bay. Valliere has been giving his 245k followers on Instagram an update on his progress ahead of the competition for nearly two months now. It has intensified recently and Valliere looks ready to go.

“Save a spot for me 😉 @mrolympiallc #2weeksout @ptuor”

The Tampa Pro is a show that Iain Valliere has had success in. He placed third in 2019 and earned a second-place finish at the show in 2020. Valliere looks primed to get his first victory at the Tampa Pro 2021.

Iain Valliere burst onto the scene with his pro card in 2014 and began competing in 2015. He has earned 10 top-five finishes since becoming a pro. This was highlighted with a victory at the New York Pro 2020. This earned Valliere an automatic qualification for the Olympia. He has appeared just one time at the biggest competition of the season. This came in 2018 when Valliere finished 14th.

The Tampa Pro 2021 will be the 14th anniversary of the competition. Hunter Labrada, who just took home first place at the Chicago Pro 2021, was the only competitor to beat out Valliere at last year’s competition. Labrada has earned his qualification to the 2021 Olympia with his victory in Chicago.

Iain Valliere will enter Tampa Bay as one of the favorites in the competition. If Instagram is any indication, he certainly looks ready to make a splash on Aug. 5 and in future competitions.

Make sure to check out the full results of the Tampa Pro 2021 next weekend at Generation Iron. For more news and updates, follow Generation Iron on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

Greg Patuto

Greg has covered the four major sports for six years and has been featured on sites such as Sports Illustrated, Fox Sports, SB Nation, NJ.com, and FanSided. Now, he is transitioning into the world of bodybuilding and strength sports.




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