World-Class Bodybuilder, Cedric McMillan, Died of a Heart Attack While Working Out on a Treadmill


World-class bodybuilder and former U.S. Army instructor at Fort Jackson in South Carolina, Cedric McMillan, died earlier this week according to multiple reports. McMillan was 44-years-old.

Generation Iron and RXMuscle reported McMillan’s death. According to Generation Iron, the bodybuilder suffered a heart attack while working out on a treadmill.

“Cedric, a truly great bodybuilder and one of the most entertaining to ever grace the stage, will be remembered for his generosity toward his fans. He gave his time and energy toward connecting and inspiring, completely aware of his stature as a bodybuilding icon,” RXMuscle wrote on Facebook on Tuesday.

“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.”
Fellow bodybuilder Kai Green also paid tribute to McMillan on his Instagram account.

“Feeling uneasy with the news of your sudden departure from this dimension to the next. @cedricmcmillan was a father, a friend, a competitor, a man of uniform, a man of many hats who always knew how to make other people laugh and make everyone around him feel like family,” he wrote Tuesday.

In 2017, McMillan won the Arnold Classic. He came in 6th place in the Arnold Classic Columbus in 2020.

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