Daniel Velázquez Roman 
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Who is Daniel Velázquez Roman?

Daniel Velázquez Roman, a well-known Colombian athlete, and Men’s Physique competitor were born in 1993.

Since he was 14 years old, Daniel has been active in fitness, and because of his dedication to the activity, he has advanced to the level of international competition.

Early Life of Daniel Velázquez Roman

Daniel Velázquez Roman competed in his first show when he was 21 years old. Since then, he has won Musclemania Colombia and the 2015 Fitness Universe in the bodybuilding junior division.

He is now one of the most well-known athletes from Colombia because of his success in the fitness business.

“This sport is not just about vanity or outward looks. It is about accepting and loving change, developing oneself, and appreciating hard work and discipline.

Because of this, occasionally I get a little sad when I read profiles that promote bad sportsmanship but still identify as athletes. The title of an athlete is honorable.

Body Measurements of Daniel Velázquez Roman

Full Name: Daniel Velázquez Roman 
ERA: 2010
PROFESSION: Men’s Physique Competitor, Professional Trainer, Fitness Model
WEIGHT: 215 – 225lbs (93.0 – 102.1kg)
HEIGHT: 5’7″ (170cm)

Daniel Velázquez Roman 



  • 2015 Musclemania Colombia Champion
  • 2014 Expofitness – Absolute Champion Bodybuilding Overall

Biography of Daniel Velázquez

Weightlifting Workouts to Competitions

Daniel Velázquez Roman was born in Medellin, Colombia, on August 6, 1993. Growing up, he was constantly active, and by the time he was a teenager, he had developed an interest in fitness.

Daniel was exposed to bodyweight training at the age of 14 by a classmate. When he first started, Daniel just knew how to do push-ups and crunches, but as his strength grew, he developed an interest in harder tasks, for which the gym was “the right answer.”

“Ever since I can remember, I have devoted my life to the sport because I genuinely adore it. Beyond just being unique, I enjoy supporting those who strive for the same outcomes as me and never stop moving forward.

Daniel Velázquez Roman 

When Daniel was 15 years old, he received his first gym membership. After seeing the “endless possibilities” of the workouts he could do in the gym, Daniel immediately fell in love with training.

After dedicating himself to a healthy lifestyle for several years, Daniel competed in his first show in 2014 and won. Daniel was inspired to keep producing excellent results and competed at the 2014 Expofitness in Colombia, winning first place once more.

Daniel experienced even greater success in 2015 after taking first place in one of Colombia’s greatest national events, the Musclemania Colombia Championships, cementing his status as one of the sport’s all-time greats.

Training of Daniel Velázquez

The Training Method of Daniel

To maximize his results, Daniel Velázquez Roman always starts his workouts with modest weights and a high number of repetitions before progressively increasing the weight while lowering the number of reps.

He believes that pyramid sets and progressive overload are two of the strongest strategies for maximizing muscular growth.

Daniel, who is renowned for his incredible arm growth, claims that performing complex exercises is the key to developing enormous biceps and triceps.

Barbell curls and incline dumbbell curls, according to Daniel, are the ideal exercises for building massive biceps. His preferred exercises for building triceps are close-grip bench presses and skull crushers.

Daniel Roman

Arms Exercise

Daniel Velázquez Roman  works his biceps and triceps like this while he’s getting ready for a tournament;

  • Barbell Biceps Curls (Pyramid Sets) – 3 sets, 1×8, 2×8, 3×8, 4×10
  • Dumbbell Curls on an Incline Bench – 4 sets, 1×15, 2×12, 3×10, 4×8
  • Hammer Curls, 4 sets, 4×20
  • Concentration Curls, 4 sets, 4×20
  • Cable Triceps Extensions, 4 sets, 1×20, 1×18, 1×15, 1×12
  • Single-arm Triceps Extensions, 4 sets, 1×15, 1×12, 1×10, 1×8
  • Narrow-grip Dips, 4 sets, 1×15, 1×12, 1×10, 1×8