Name: Jason “Jay” Cutler

Birth date: 8/3/1973

Height: 5’10”

Competition Weight: 260-290 lbs


SHOWPLACE
2011 Mr. Olympia2nd
2011 Sheru Classic2nd
2010 Mr. Olympia1st
2009 Mr. Olympia1st
2008 Mr. Olympia2nd
2007 Mr. Olympia1st
2006 Grand Prix Austria1st
2006 Grand Prix Holland1st
2006 Grand Prix Romania1st
2006 Mr. Olympia1st
2005 Mr. Olympia2nd
2004 Arnold Classic1st
2003 Grand Prix England1st
2003 Mr. Olympia2nd
2003 Ironman Pro Invitational1st
2003 San Francisco Pro Invitational1st
2003 Arnold Classic1st
2002 Arnold Classic1st
2001 Mr. Olympia2nd
2000 Mr. Olympia8th
2000 Joe Weider's World Pro Cup2nd
2000 Grand Prix England2nd
2000 Night of Champions1st
1999 Mr. Olympia15th
1999 Ironman Pro Invitational3rd
1999 Arnold Classic4th
1998 Night of Champions12th
1996 NPC Nationals1st
1993 NPC Teen Nationals1st

Biography

Jay Cutler is an IFBB pro bodybuilder born and raised in Worcester, Massachusetts. He began working in his brother’s concrete pouring company at just 11 years old and credits the experience with developing his work ethic and desire to succeed at an early age. He has won the Mr. Olympia title four times.

In high school he excelled on the football team due to his natural size and strength, and decided to pursue bodybuilding after further developing his physique. In 1993, he graduated from Quinsigamond Community College with a degree in Criminal Justice and in 1996 he earned his pro card after winning the Tournament of Champions.

Cutler relocated to California in 2000 to further his bodybuilding career. During the early 2000s he signed endorsement deals with supplement brand MuscleTech and debuted his own line of athletic gear, Cutler Athletics. He won the Mr. Olympia titles in 2006, 2007, 2009, and 2010. A biceps injury prevented him from competing in the 2011 tournament and he officially retired from the sport in 2013.

Cutler currently lives in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Training

MONDAY: TRICEPS, ABS, TRAPS AND DELTS

Triceps:

  • 4 sets of Triceps Cable Extension with 15 reps
  • 3 sets of Single Arm Extensions with 15 reps
  • 3 sets if Close-Grip Bench Press with 8 reps
  • 3 sets of Superset: French Press with 8 reps
  • 3 sets of Dumbell Kickbacks with 12 reps

Abs:

  • 3 sets of Abs Cruches with 20 reps
  • 3 sets of Rope Crunch with 20 reps
  • 3 sets of Hanging Leg Raise with 12 reps
  • 3 sets of Leg Lifts with 10 reps

Traps:

  • 4 sets of Traps Shrugs with 12 reps

Delts:

  • 3 sets of Delts Dumbbell Side Laterals with 12 reps
  • 3 sets of Dumbbell Press with 10-12 reps
  • 3 sets of Side Lateral Cable with 10-12 reps
  • 2 sets of Front Raise with Olympic Bar with 10 reps
  • 3 sets of Bent Over Dumbbell Laterals with 10 reps

TUESDAY: BACK

  • 3 sets of Back Wide-Grip Pull-downs with 10 reps
  • 3 sets of Dumbell Rows with 10 reps
  • 4 sets of Bent Over Barbell Rows with 10 reps
  • 3 sets of Dead-lifts with 12 reps
  • 3 sets of Close-Grip T-bar Row with 10 reps
  • 3 sets of Behind-the-Neck Pull-downs with 10 reps
  • 3 sets of Seated Rows with 10 reps
  • 3 sets of Hyperextensions with 10 reps

WEDNESDAY: REST

 

THURSDAY: BICEPS, CHEST, ABS

Biceps:

  • 5 Sets of Biceps Straight Bar Curl with 15 reps
  • 3 Sets of Single Arm Dumbbell Curl with 12 reps
  • 3 Sets of Single Arm Preacher Curl with 10 reps
  • 2 Sets of Hammer Curl with 14-15 reps

Chest:

  • 5 Sets of Chest Incline Barbell Press with 12 reps
  • 3 Sets of Flat Dumbbell Press with 10 reps
  • 3 Sets of Incline Dumbbell Flyes with 10 reps
  • 3 Sets of Cable Crossovers with 12 reps
  • 3 Sets of Decline Bench Press with 8 reps

Abs:

  • 3 Sets of Abs Crunches with 20 reps
  • 3 Sets of Rope Crunch with 20 reps
  • 3 sets of Hanging Leg Raise with 12 reps
  • 3 sets of Leg Lifts with 10 reps

FRIDAY: QUADS

  • 3 Sets of Leg Extensions with 20 reps
  • 4 Sets of Leg Press with 12 reps
  • 4Sets of Squats with 8-10 reps
  • 3 Sets of Lunges with 8 reps per leg
  • 4 Sets of Heavy Leg Extensions with 10 reps

SATURDAY: CALVES, HAMSTRINGS, ABS

Calves:

  • 4 Sets of Calves Standing Calf Raise with 10 reps
  • 2 Sets of Donkey Calf Raise with 10 reps
  • 3 Sets of Seated Calf Raise with 10 reps

Hamstrings:

  • 6 Sets of Hamstrings Lying Leg Curl with 12 reps
  • 3 Sets of Romanian Deadlift with 10 reps
  • 3 Sets of Single Leg Hamstring Curl with 12 reps
  • 3 Sets of Leg Press with 12 reps

Abs:

  • 3 Sets of Abs Crunches with 20 reps
  • 3 Sets of Rope Crunch with 20 reps
  • 3 sets of Hanging Leg Raise with 12 reps
  • 3 sets of Leg Lifts with 10 reps

SUNDAY: REST

Nutrition

Jay Cutler believes that you should include supplements into your off-season nutrition meal plan. Eating a combination of carbohydrates and high-quality protein every 2-3hours has been proven to be one of the most beneficial ways to increase lean muscle mass. Cutler tries to incorporate rice into his nutrition plan everyday because of the benefits of complex carbohydrates which helps his strength when he hits the weights.

Meal 1:

  • 15 Egg Whites
  • 2 Whole Eggs
  • 4 Slices of Ezekiel Toast
  • 1 cup of dry Ezekiel

Meal 2:

  • 10 oz Steak
  • 2 cups of Rice

Meal 3:

  • 10 oz Chicken
  • 4 Cups of Rice

Meal 4:

  • 10 oz Buffalo Meat
  • 2 cups of Rice

 

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