Miles Stovall Athlete Profile

Miles is a decorated WNBF natural bodybuilder who has won numerous championships including the American Championships twice.
Miles Stovall

Quick Stats

  • Miles Stovall
  • October 6th
  • San Antonio, Texas
  • 5'9"
  • 189 Pounds
  • 21
  • Legs
  • Squats
  • NO Xplode
  • Personal Training by Miles & Co.

Your Background

Competition History

  • 1999 Mr. Universe
  • 2003 Overall WNBF International Champion
  • 2003 and 2004  World Heavyweight Champion
  • 2004 World fitness Champion
  • 2004 American Champion
  • 2005 American Champion     

What is your background and how did you get started in bodybuilding?

I was an Elite Level gymnast.

Why do you love bodybuilding?

I was told many times as a gymnast that I should be a bodybuilder. I hated those comments because I didn’t want to get bulked anymore than I already was.  As a gymnast you want to be small.

I was told many times as a gymnast that I should be a bodybuilder.


What is your training philosophy?

My off-season training is concentrated more on basic fundamentals of power movements: squats, deadlifts and bench press, etc.  Pre-contest I tend to focus on heavy, but more compound and drops.

What's a good workout routine that has given you results?

  • Monday - Legs
  • Tuesday - Chest
  • Wednesday - Back
  • Thursday - Legs
  • Friday - Shoulders
  • Saturday - Arms
  • Sunday - Off

If you have to pick only 3 exercises, what would they be and why?

  1. Squats - Big core builders and total legs volumizer.
  2. Incline Dumbbell Press - Works upper chest and shoulders…love this for a high chest peak.
  3. Chin Ups - Can’t get any better for wide back and some arm pump!

What’s the best training tip you could give to others?

Train hard, but train smart. Don’t ignore injuries - they haunt you later at my age!


Clean, lean, builds a better machine.What is your philosophy on nutrition?

Clean, lean, builds a better machine.

Give us a typical day in your off season diet:

200-300 grams of beef, chicken, egg whites, turkey or fish, 200, grams of yams, red potatoes, brown rice, oatmeal.  Cheat on typical junk here and there, but not often.

Give us a typical day in your diet (contest prep):

Close to off-season, but cut back on the starches and add more green veggies.

What are your favorite meals and foods?

Oatmeal, yams, steak, salads.

Favorite cheat food?


What’s be the best nutrition tip you could give to others?

Junk food does not build quality muscle.


What supplements do you use that give you great results? How do you use them?

  1. Amino Acids - Good muscle teardown recovery.
  2. Creatine - Gives me good strength.
  3. NO Xplode - It is what it is… explode.

What brands do you think are offering the best products at the moment?

So many.

What do you think is a good off season muscle building stack?

Basic BCAAs and essential aminos, glutamine, creatine.

What do you think is a good pre-contest/fat loss stack?

Cardio, and clean eating.

Advice For Others

What are the 3 best tips you'd give to someone thinking about competing in natural bodybuilding?

  1. Follow the rules and be patient.
  2. Train smart but don’t be afraid to hit it hard and heavy.
  3. Consistency.

What is your best advice for looking your best on competition day?

Stick with what your body is use t.

How do you stay motivated? What advice would you give to someone who's having trouble staying on track?

It's all about the big it for you.

Future Plans

What shows have you got coming up, where can we see you compete?

Barbados Universe 2010.

What would you like to achieve in your natural bodybuilding career?

Regain status.

Favorite Competitors/Idols?

Who are your favorite bodybuilders and idols?

None, I don’t idolize. But I do respect.

How Can People Contact You?

How can people contact you?

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3 Comments+ Post Comment

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Posted Fri, 09/13/2013 - 00:49

Congratulations. It is awesome to see hard work and talent lead to success.

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Posted Thu, 03/22/2012 - 23:56

Thanks for being natural and not on steroids

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Posted Sun, 09/19/2010 - 01:07
gary polishuk

I love how you respond to other readers I'm hopeful you can help me.
1-I'm handicapped so I can't lift heavy weight w/o shaking my max on treadmill is 2.7 my legg's can't move any faster.I'm using german volume technic to keep up my strength with a 15-30 sec break.I was using drop down .I lost 50 lbs last year from 10-09 6-10 then nothing lost since 6-10.I walk 40 min 4-6 days a week.on 10 1-10 I'm starting to take mealdown to help.I'm also want to be on intermittent fasting to help me lose another 30 lbs I'm 48 202lbs, Last year my wife wanted me to get the lap band surgery before I lost the weight.I want to lose weight but kept my strength because of my situation.