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CAVARIA, ITALY: Massimo showing off his impressive physique. THIS HUNKY bodybuilder could be the world???s hottest vegan after he ditched animal products for a strict plant-based diet but he isn???t all muscle as he openly admits to crying over films, songs and poems since turning his lats on meat. Before going vegan in 2011, bodybuilding and vegan coach, Massimo Brunaccioni (33) from Cavaria, Italy, tried to eat a well-balanced ???healthy??? diet packed full of vegetables and white meat and fish but often found that he had low energy and would injure himself in training that meant he had to stop for days or weeks at a time. Seven years ago, Massimo, who has always been an animal lover, bought his golden retriever, Luce, and he found that every time he looked into an animal???s eyes, he saw his pet pooch and so decided to eliminate all animal products from his diet. Massimo has been competing professionally in natural bodybuilding for four-years now and says that he loves his strong looking body and says that lots of people don???t believe the results he???s achieved through a vegan diet. When he???s not competing, Massimo consumes 3,500-calories a day and lowers his intake to 2,200-calories when he???s got a show. Incredibly, since going vegan, he has gone from 10st 5lb to 12st 6lb off season and 11st 9lb when he???s competing. mediadrumworld.com / Gaetano Scollo
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CAVARIA, ITALY: Massimo in the gym. THIS HUNKY bodybuilder could be the world???s hottest vegan after he ditched animal products for a strict plant-based diet but he isn???t all muscle as he openly admits to crying over films, songs and poems since turning his lats on meat. Before going vegan in 2011, bodybuilding and vegan coach, Massimo Brunaccioni (33) from Cavaria, Italy, tried to eat a well-balanced ???healthy??? diet packed full of vegetables and white meat and fish but often found that he had low energy and would injure himself in training that meant he had to stop for days or weeks at a time. Seven years ago, Massimo, who has always been an animal lover, bought his golden retriever, Luce, and he found that every time he looked into an animal???s eyes, he saw his pet pooch and so decided to eliminate all animal products from his diet. Massimo has been competing professionally in natural bodybuilding for four-years now and says that he loves his strong looking body and says that lots of people don???t believe the results he???s achieved through a vegan diet. When he???s not competing, Massimo consumes 3,500-calories a day and lowers his intake to 2,200-calories when he???s got a show. Incredibly, since going vegan, he has gone from 10st 5lb to 12st 6lb off season and 11st 9lb when he???s competing. mediadrumworld.com / Massimo Brunaccioni
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CAVARIA, ITALY: Massimo with his pet pooch, Luce, who inspired him to become vegan. THIS HUNKY bodybuilder could be the world???s hottest vegan after he ditched animal products for a strict plant-based diet but he isn???t all muscle as he openly admits to crying over films, songs and poems since turning his lats on meat. Before going vegan in 2011, bodybuilding and vegan coach, Massimo Brunaccioni (33) from Cavaria, Italy, tried to eat a well-balanced ???healthy??? diet packed full of vegetables and white meat and fish but often found that he had low energy and would injure himself in training that meant he had to stop for days or weeks at a time. Seven years ago, Massimo, who has always been an animal lover, bought his golden retriever, Luce, and he found that every time he looked into an animal???s eyes, he saw his pet pooch and so decided to eliminate all animal products from his diet. Massimo has been competing professionally in natural bodybuilding for four-years now and says that he loves his strong looking body and says that lots of people don???t believe the results he???s achieved through a vegan diet. When he???s not competing, Massimo consumes 3,500-calories a day and lowers his intake to 2,200-calories when he???s got a show. Incredibly, since going vegan, he has gone from 10st 5lb to 12st 6lb off season and 11st 9lb when he???s competing. mediadrumworld.com / Massimo Brunaccioni
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CAVARIA, ITALY: Massimo with his pet dog, Luce. THIS HUNKY bodybuilder could be the world???s hottest vegan after he ditched animal products for a strict plant-based diet but he isn???t all muscle as he openly admits to crying over films, songs and poems since turning his lats on meat. Before going vegan in 2011, bodybuilding and vegan coach, Massimo Brunaccioni (33) from Cavaria, Italy, tried to eat a well-balanced ???healthy??? diet packed full of vegetables and white meat and fish but often found that he had low energy and would injure himself in training that meant he had to stop for days or weeks at a time. Seven years ago, Massimo, who has always been an animal lover, bought his golden retriever, Luce, and he found that every time he looked into an animal???s eyes, he saw his pet pooch and so decided to eliminate all animal products from his diet. Massimo has been competing professionally in natural bodybuilding for four-years now and says that he loves his strong looking body and says that lots of people don???t believe the results he???s achieved through a vegan diet. When he???s not competing, Massimo consumes 3,500-calories a day and lowers his intake to 2,200-calories when he???s got a show. Incredibly, since going vegan, he has gone from 10st 5lb to 12st 6lb off season and 11st 9lb when he???s competing. mediadrumworld.com / Massimo Brunaccioni
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CAVARIA, ITALY: Massimo competing. THIS HUNKY bodybuilder could be the world???s hottest vegan after he ditched animal products for a strict plant-based diet but he isn???t all muscle as he openly admits to crying over films, songs and poems since turning his lats on meat. Before going vegan in 2011, bodybuilding and vegan coach, Massimo Brunaccioni (33) from Cavaria, Italy, tried to eat a well-balanced ???healthy??? diet packed full of vegetables and white meat and fish but often found that he had low energy and would injure himself in training that meant he had to stop for days or weeks at a time. Seven years ago, Massimo, who has always been an animal lover, bought his golden retriever, Luce, and he found that every time he looked into an animal???s eyes, he saw his pet pooch and so decided to eliminate all animal products from his diet. Massimo has been competing professionally in natural bodybuilding for four-years now and says that he loves his strong looking body and says that lots of people don???t believe the results he???s achieved through a vegan diet. When he???s not competing, Massimo consumes 3,500-calories a day and lowers his intake to 2,200-calories when he???s got a show. Incredibly, since going vegan, he has gone from 10st 5lb to 12st 6lb off season and 11st 9lb when he???s competing. mediadrumworld.com / Gaetano Scollo
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CAVARIA, ITALY: Massimo is proud of his physique. THIS HUNKY bodybuilder could be the world???s hottest vegan after he ditched animal products for a strict plant-based diet but he isn???t all muscle as he openly admits to crying over films, songs and poems since turning his lats on meat. Before going vegan in 2011, bodybuilding and vegan coach, Massimo Brunaccioni (33) from Cavaria, Italy, tried to eat a well-balanced ???healthy??? diet packed full of vegetables and white meat and fish but often found that he had low energy and would injure himself in training that meant he had to stop for days or weeks at a time. Seven years ago, Massimo, who has always been an animal lover, bought his golden retriever, Luce, and he found that every time he looked into an animal???s eyes, he saw his pet pooch and so decided to eliminate all animal products from his diet. Massimo has been competing professionally in natural bodybuilding for four-years now and says that he loves his strong looking body and says that lots of people don???t believe the results he???s achieved through a vegan diet. When he???s not competing, Massimo consumes 3,500-calories a day and lowers his intake to 2,200-calories when he???s got a show. Incredibly, since going vegan, he has gone from 10st 5lb to 12st 6lb off season and 11st 9lb when he???s competing. mediadrumworld.com / Massimo Brunaccioni
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CAVARIA, ITALY: Before going vegan (left) and after (right). THIS HUNKY bodybuilder could be the world???s hottest vegan after he ditched animal products for a strict plant-based diet but he isn???t all muscle as he openly admits to crying over films, songs and poems since turning his lats on meat. Before going vegan in 2011, bodybuilding and vegan coach, Massimo Brunaccioni (33) from Cavaria, Italy, tried to eat a well-balanced ???healthy??? diet packed full of vegetables and white meat and fish but often found that he had low energy and would injure himself in training that meant he had to stop for days or weeks at a time. Seven years ago, Massimo, who has always been an animal lover, bought his golden retriever, Luce, and he found that every time he looked into an animal???s eyes, he saw his pet pooch and so decided to eliminate all animal products from his diet. Massimo has been competing professionally in natural bodybuilding for four-years now and says that he loves his strong looking body and says that lots of people don???t believe the results he???s achieved through a vegan diet. When he???s not competing, Massimo consumes 3,500-calories a day and lowers his intake to 2,200-calories when he???s got a show. Incredibly, since going vegan, he has gone from 10st 5lb to 12st 6lb off season and 11st 9lb when he???s competing. mediadrumworld.com / Massimo Brunaccioni
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CAVARIA, ITALY: Massimo in the gym. THIS HUNKY bodybuilder could be the world???s hottest vegan after he ditched animal products for a strict plant-based diet but he isn???t all muscle as he openly admits to crying over films, songs and poems since turning his lats on meat. Before going vegan in 2011, bodybuilding and vegan coach, Massimo Brunaccioni (33) from Cavaria, Italy, tried to eat a well-balanced ???healthy??? diet packed full of vegetables and white meat and fish but often found that he had low energy and would injure himself in training that meant he had to stop for days or weeks at a time. Seven years ago, Massimo, who has always been an animal lover, bought his golden retriever, Luce, and he found that every time he looked into an animal???s eyes, he saw his pet pooch and so decided to eliminate all animal products from his diet. Massimo has been competing professionally in natural bodybuilding for four-years now and says that he loves his strong looking body and says that lots of people don???t believe the results he???s achieved through a vegan diet. When he???s not competing, Massimo consumes 3,500-calories a day and lowers his intake to 2,200-calories when he???s got a show. Incredibly, since going vegan, he has gone from 10st 5lb to 12st 6lb off season and 11st 9lb when he???s competing. mediadrumworld.com / Massimo Brunaccioni
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CAVARIA, ITALY: Massimo before he went vegan (left) and vegan (right). THIS HUNKY bodybuilder could be the world???s hottest vegan after he ditched animal products for a strict plant-based diet but he isn???t all muscle as he openly admits to crying over films, songs and poems since turning his lats on meat. Before going vegan in 2011, bodybuilding and vegan coach, Massimo Brunaccioni (33) from Cavaria, Italy, tried to eat a well-balanced ???healthy??? diet packed full of vegetables and white meat and fish but often found that he had low energy and would injure himself in training that meant he had to stop for days or weeks at a time. Seven years ago, Massimo, who has always been an animal lover, bought his golden retriever, Luce, and he found that every time he looked into an animal???s eyes, he saw his pet pooch and so decided to eliminate all animal products from his diet. Massimo has been competing professionally in natural bodybuilding for four-years now and says that he loves his strong looking body and says that lots of people don???t believe the results he???s achieved through a vegan diet. When he???s not competing, Massimo consumes 3,500-calories a day and lowers his intake to 2,200-calories when he???s got a show. Incredibly, since going vegan, he has gone from 10st 5lb to 12st 6lb off season and 11st 9lb when he???s competing. mediadrumworld.com / Massimo Brunaccioni
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CAVARIA, ITALY: Massimo holding a medal. THIS HUNKY bodybuilder could be the world???s hottest vegan after he ditched animal products for a strict plant-based diet but he isn???t all muscle as he openly admits to crying over films, songs and poems since turning his lats on meat. Before going vegan in 2011, bodybuilding and vegan coach, Massimo Brunaccioni (33) from Cavaria, Italy, tried to eat a well-balanced ???healthy??? diet packed full of vegetables and white meat and fish but often found that he had low energy and would injure himself in training that meant he had to stop for days or weeks at a time. Seven years ago, Massimo, who has always been an animal lover, bought his golden retriever, Luce, and he found that every time he looked into an animal???s eyes, he saw his pet pooch and so decided to eliminate all animal products from his diet. Massimo has been competing professionally in natural bodybuilding for four-years now and says that he loves his strong looking body and says that lots of people don???t believe the results he???s achieved through a vegan diet. When he???s not competing, Massimo consumes 3,500-calories a day and lowers his intake to 2,200-calories when he???s got a show. Incredibly, since going vegan, he has gone from 10st 5lb to 12st 6lb off season and 11st 9lb when he???s competing. mediadrumworld.com / Massimo Brunaccioni
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CAVARIA, ITALY: Massimo displaying his impressive back. THIS HUNKY bodybuilder could be the world???s hottest vegan after he ditched animal products for a strict plant-based diet but he isn???t all muscle as he openly admits to crying over films, songs and poems since turning his lats on meat. Before going vegan in 2011, bodybuilding and vegan coach, Massimo Brunaccioni (33) from Cavaria, Italy, tried to eat a well-balanced ???healthy??? diet packed full of vegetables and white meat and fish but often found that he had low energy and would injure himself in training that meant he had to stop for days or weeks at a time. Seven years ago, Massimo, who has always been an animal lover, bought his golden retriever, Luce, and he found that every time he looked into an animal???s eyes, he saw his pet pooch and so decided to eliminate all animal products from his diet. Massimo has been competing professionally in natural bodybuilding for four-years now and says that he loves his strong looking body and says that lots of people don???t believe the results he???s achieved through a vegan diet. When he???s not competing, Massimo consumes 3,500-calories a day and lowers his intake to 2,200-calories when he???s got a show. Incredibly, since going vegan, he has gone from 10st 5lb to 12st 6lb off season and 11st 9lb when he???s competing. mediadrumworld.com / Massimo Brunaccioni
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CAVARIA, ITALY: Massimo says that going vegan has made him a more sensitive human being. THIS HUNKY bodybuilder could be the world???s hottest vegan after he ditched animal products for a strict plant-based diet but he isn???t all muscle as he openly admits to crying over films, songs and poems since turning his lats on meat. Before going vegan in 2011, bodybuilding and vegan coach, Massimo Brunaccioni (33) from Cavaria, Italy, tried to eat a well-balanced ???healthy??? diet packed full of vegetables and white meat and fish but often found that he had low energy and would injure himself in training that meant he had to stop for days or weeks at a time. Seven years ago, Massimo, who has always been an animal lover, bought his golden retriever, Luce, and he found that every time he looked into an animal???s eyes, he saw his pet pooch and so decided to eliminate all animal products from his diet. Massimo has been competing professionally in natural bodybuilding for four-years now and says that he loves his strong looking body and says that lots of people don???t believe the results he???s achieved through a vegan diet. When he???s not competing, Massimo consumes 3,500-calories a day and lowers his intake to 2,200-calories when he???s got a show. Incredibly, since going vegan, he has gone from 10st 5lb to 12st 6lb off season and 11st 9lb when he???s competing. mediadrumworld.com / Massimo Brunaccioni
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CAVARIA, ITALY: Massimo's book. THIS HUNKY bodybuilder could be the world???s hottest vegan after he ditched animal products for a strict plant-based diet but he isn???t all muscle as he openly admits to crying over films, songs and poems since turning his lats on meat. Before going vegan in 2011, bodybuilding and vegan coach, Massimo Brunaccioni (33) from Cavaria, Italy, tried to eat a well-balanced ???healthy??? diet packed full of vegetables and white meat and fish but often found that he had low energy and would injure himself in training that meant he had to stop for days or weeks at a time. Seven years ago, Massimo, who has always been an animal lover, bought his golden retriever, Luce, and he found that every time he looked into an animal???s eyes, he saw his pet pooch and so decided to eliminate all animal products from his diet. Massimo has been competing professionally in natural bodybuilding for four-years now and says that he loves his strong looking body and says that lots of people don???t believe the results he???s achieved through a vegan diet. When he???s not competing, Massimo consumes 3,500-calories a day and lowers his intake to 2,200-calories when he???s got a show. Incredibly, since going vegan, he has gone from 10st 5lb to 12st 6lb off season and 11st 9lb when he???s competing. mediadrumworld.com / Massimo Brunaccioni
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CAVARIA, ITALY: Massimo loves to stay in shape. THIS HUNKY bodybuilder could be the world???s hottest vegan after he ditched animal products for a strict plant-based diet but he isn???t all muscle as he openly admits to crying over films, songs and poems since turning his lats on meat. Before going vegan in 2011, bodybuilding and vegan coach, Massimo Brunaccioni (33) from Cavaria, Italy, tried to eat a well-balanced ???healthy??? diet packed full of vegetables and white meat and fish but often found that he had low energy and would injure himself in training that meant he had to stop for days or weeks at a time. Seven years ago, Massimo, who has always been an animal lover, bought his golden retriever, Luce, and he found that every time he looked into an animal???s eyes, he saw his pet pooch and so decided to eliminate all animal products from his diet. Massimo has been competing professionally in natural bodybuilding for four-years now and says that he loves his strong looking body and says that lots of people don???t believe the results he???s achieved through a vegan diet. When he???s not competing, Massimo consumes 3,500-calories a day and lowers his intake to 2,200-calories when he???s got a show. Incredibly, since going vegan, he has gone from 10st 5lb to 12st 6lb off season and 11st 9lb when he???s competing. mediadrumworld.com / Massimo Brunaccioni
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CAVARIA, ITALY: Massimo displaying his envy-inducing abs. THIS HUNKY bodybuilder could be the world???s hottest vegan after he ditched animal products for a strict plant-based diet but he isn???t all muscle as he openly admits to crying over films, songs and poems since turning his lats on meat. Before going vegan in 2011, bodybuilding and vegan coach, Massimo Brunaccioni (33) from Cavaria, Italy, tried to eat a well-balanced ???healthy??? diet packed full of vegetables and white meat and fish but often found that he had low energy and would injure himself in training that meant he had to stop for days or weeks at a time. Seven years ago, Massimo, who has always been an animal lover, bought his golden retriever, Luce, and he found that every time he looked into an animal???s eyes, he saw his pet pooch and so decided to eliminate all animal products from his diet. Massimo has been competing professionally in natural bodybuilding for four-years now and says that he loves his strong looking body and says that lots of people don???t believe the results he???s achieved through a vegan diet. When he???s not competing, Massimo consumes 3,500-calories a day and lowers his intake to 2,200-calories when he???s got a show. Incredibly, since going vegan, he has gone from 10st 5lb to 12st 6lb off season and 11st 9lb when he???s competing. mediadrumworld.com / Massimo Brunaccioni
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CAVARIA, ITALY: Massimo in competition. THIS HUNKY bodybuilder could be the world???s hottest vegan after he ditched animal products for a strict plant-based diet but he isn???t all muscle as he openly admits to crying over films, songs and poems since turning his lats on meat. Before going vegan in 2011, bodybuilding and vegan coach, Massimo Brunaccioni (33) from Cavaria, Italy, tried to eat a well-balanced ???healthy??? diet packed full of vegetables and white meat and fish but often found that he had low energy and would injure himself in training that meant he had to stop for days or weeks at a time. Seven years ago, Massimo, who has always been an animal lover, bought his golden retriever, Luce, and he found that every time he looked into an animal???s eyes, he saw his pet pooch and so decided to eliminate all animal products from his diet. Massimo has been competing professionally in natural bodybuilding for four-years now and says that he loves his strong looking body and says that lots of people don???t believe the results he???s achieved through a vegan diet. When he???s not competing, Massimo consumes 3,500-calories a day and lowers his intake to 2,200-calories when he???s got a show. Incredibly, since going vegan, he has gone from 10st 5lb to 12st 6lb off season and 11st 9lb when he???s competing. MDWfeatures/ Davide Giannico
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CAVARIA, ITALY: Massimo in competition. THIS HUNKY bodybuilder could be the world???s hottest vegan after he ditched animal products for a strict plant-based diet but he isn???t all muscle as he openly admits to crying over films, songs and poems since turning his lats on meat. Before going vegan in 2011, bodybuilding and vegan coach, Massimo Brunaccioni (33) from Cavaria, Italy, tried to eat a well-balanced ???healthy??? diet packed full of vegetables and white meat and fish but often found that he had low energy and would injure himself in training that meant he had to stop for days or weeks at a time. Seven years ago, Massimo, who has always been an animal lover, bought his golden retriever, Luce, and he found that every time he looked into an animal???s eyes, he saw his pet pooch and so decided to eliminate all animal products from his diet. Massimo has been competing professionally in natural bodybuilding for four-years now and says that he loves his strong looking body and says that lots of people don???t believe the results he???s achieved through a vegan diet. When he???s not competing, Massimo consumes 3,500-calories a day and lowers his intake to 2,200-calories when he???s got a show. Incredibly, since going vegan, he has gone from 10st 5lb to 12st 6lb off season and 11st 9lb when he???s competing. MDWfeatures/ Davide Giannico
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CAVARIA, ITALY: Massimo in competition. THIS HUNKY bodybuilder could be the world???s hottest vegan after he ditched animal products for a strict plant-based diet but he isn???t all muscle as he openly admits to crying over films, songs and poems since turning his lats on meat. Before going vegan in 2011, bodybuilding and vegan coach, Massimo Brunaccioni (33) from Cavaria, Italy, tried to eat a well-balanced ???healthy??? diet packed full of vegetables and white meat and fish but often found that he had low energy and would injure himself in training that meant he had to stop for days or weeks at a time. Seven years ago, Massimo, who has always been an animal lover, bought his golden retriever, Luce, and he found that every time he looked into an animal???s eyes, he saw his pet pooch and so decided to eliminate all animal products from his diet. Massimo has been competing professionally in natural bodybuilding for four-years now and says that he loves his strong looking body and says that lots of people don???t believe the results he???s achieved through a vegan diet. When he???s not competing, Massimo consumes 3,500-calories a day and lowers his intake to 2,200-calories when he???s got a show. Incredibly, since going vegan, he has gone from 10st 5lb to 12st 6lb off season and 11st 9lb when he???s competing. mediadrumworld.com / Davide Giannico
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