The bodybuilding legend Cedric McMillan, 44 has died.
This week, Generation Iron confirmed the death of the Arnold Classic champion (AEST).

According to the magazine that he was suffering from an heart attack during a run on the treadmill.

In the words of The Sun, McMillan’s death is the result of him talking about his past heart problems and a near-death incident in the year before.

The bodybuilder had been putting off his return to competitive bodybuilding due to health difficulties, but had recently expressed optimism that he would be ready to do so.

Cedric Mcmillan biography

Cedric McMillan, a IFBB pro bodybuilder in the United States and a United States Army instructor.

McMillan was an elite bodybuilder from the open category who won five Pro wins and a handful in top-five finishes at large events.

In the Arnold Classic in 2017 was his most recent win.

Cedric McMillan was born Maplewood, New Jersey, on the 17th of August 1977.

He was a member of in the US Army after high school and was transferred into South Carolina.

McMillan worked in Fort Jackson, South Carolina in the capacity of a staff sergeant as well as an instructor.

Meet Eva Matulessy-McMillan, the wife of bodybuilder Cedric McMillan

Cedric McMillan, an American IFBB professional bodybuilder and United States Army Instructor, was married to Eva Matulessy-McMillan.

Seven, Isaac, Eli, and LeMae, the couple’s four children, were born to them.

On the other hand, there aren’t many details about his wife and children available on the internet.

Our attempts to learn more about them were fruitless, as the late bodybuilder kept his personal life private and remained silent about his family.

Bodybuilder Cedric Mcmillan biography

Bodybuilder Cedric Mcmillan death explained
Cedric McMillan with Arnold Schwarzenegger. Photo: Instagram, @cedricmcmillan.Source: Instagram

Cedric McMillan was an IFBB professional bodybuilder from the United States and a United States Army instructor.

McMillan was a top open category bodybuilder with five Pro wins and a number of top five finishes in big competitions.

The Arnold Classic in 2017 was his most recent victory.

Cedric McMillan was born in Maplewood, New Jersey, on August 17, 1977.

He joined the US Army after high school and relocated to South Carolina.

McMillan worked at Fort Jackson, South Carolina, as a Staff Sergeant and an instructor.

Tribute to Cedric McMillan

Following the news of his death, tributes to the bodybuilding legend began to come in.

RXMuscle broke Cedric McMillan’s death in a post on Facebook and disclosed he will always be remembered for his “generosity toward fans.”

“He gave his time and energy towards connecting and inspiring, completely aware of his stature as a bodybuilding icon.” RXMuscle wrote.

“Cedric was an American hero, who was proud to be an American and to serve his country in our armed forces. We will never forget his service to our country.

“A dedicated family man, Cedric was a pure inspiration for bodybuilders and people to look up to. He will be greatly missed, by all.”

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