What happened to Zyzz?
On August 5, 2011, Zyzz suffered a heart attack while in a sauna. He was on vacation in Pattaya. From there he was taken to a hospital and doctors were unable to revive him. His friends and family announced his death on Facebook after it was confirmed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade on August 9. The autopsy revealed a congenital heart defect.
Aziz “Zyzz” Shavershian – What happened to him?
Zyzz died of a heart attack while vacationing in Pattaya. The autopsy revealed that he had a congenital heart defect. His family said he was already showing signs of heart problems in the months leading up to his death. He had shortness of breath and high blood pressure. He also had a family history of heart problems.
Aziz ‘Zyzz’ Shavershian
Aziz Sergeyevich Shavershian, better known as Zyzz, was a Russian-born Australian bodybuilder. He was also a personal trainer and model. After posting videos of himself on YouTube in 2007, he began to garner a cult following. In July 2011, the Sydney Morning Herald ran an article about his brother’s arrest for illegal possession of anabolic steroids. This increased his popularity in the media.
Aziz ‘Zyzz’ Shavershian Bodybuilding
Before becoming a bodybuilder, Zyzz described himself as thin and ectomorphic. After graduating from secondary school, he was inspired by his brother and joined a local gym. He started learning about nutrition and training and became a bodybuilder. His favorite bodybuilders were Arnold Schwarzenegger and Frank Zane. He said that initially he was only into impressing girls, but after that his motivations changed.
Aziz ‘Zyzz’ Shavershian Career
When asked about bodybuilding, he said, “It’s safe to say that my motivation to exercise goes well beyond just impressing people. It derives from the feeling of having set and achieved goals and to surpass myself in the gym. I absolutely love the feeling of pushing out that last rep, and getting skin-ripping pumps is something I can’t see myself without.” He was asked if he’d ever taken steroids, and he had said no. But he often used terms like riding a bike, which was gym slang for steroids.
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