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Jay Cutler

Jay Cutler
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Height: 178cm

Weight: 124kg

Country: USA

Date of Birth: August 3, 1973

Full Name: Jason Isaac Cutler

Born and raised in Massachusetts, America, Jay Cutler grew up in a large family as the youngest of seven siblings. He started working with his brother in the construction industry at the age of 11 and naturally developed a muscular body. Although Jay carried concrete blocks around throughout his youth, he didn’t hit the gym until he was 18 to start lifting weights. But at this point, Jay had not considered a career as a bodybuilder. Jay enrolled in college to study criminal justice and focused on becoming a correctional officer in a maximum security prison.

Jay fell in love with the gym after training nearly every day during his time in College. He made serious progress in his physique and started to be noticed in his local area with his strong build. After encouragement from a personal trainer at the gym, he entered his first competition as a bodybuilder in 1993 at the age of 20. NPC Iron Bodies Invitational show. Jay impressively left the show after winning both the junior and men’s heavyweight divisions. He realized his potential to succeed in the industry and decided to pursue a career in fitness.

It didn’t take long before Jay got into more competition, and it wasn’t long before he won both the 1993 NPC Teen Nationals and the 1995 NPC USA Tournament of Champions shows. At this point, Jay had gained a lot of publicity with his amazing performances at such a young age. He was recognized as one of the most promising bodybuilders of his era. After graduating from College, Jay knew he wanted to follow his true passion and left behind his passion for being a correctional officer.

The next year, Jay worked hard at the gym and sculpted his dream physique. He had set his goal to become the world’s greatest bodybuilder. In 1996, he returned to the stage with an incredible body for the 1996 NPC Nationals, his biggest show to date. Jay continued his streak in #1, but won more than a trophy.

At the age of 23, Jay had accomplished what some athletes had been trying to do for 10 years – becoming a professional bodybuilder by winning his Pro Card. The young athlete was on his way to becoming a legend. Over the next 10 years, Jay entered 23 competitions. He has won 11 of them and has been in the top 3 multiple times. During this time he became one of the greatest bodybuilders in the world. Many even believed that he should have beaten Ronnie Coleman at the 2001 Olympia.

However, when Jay truly reached the peak of his career, he was 33 years old in 2006. From 2006 to 2010, Jay fought against Ronnie Coleman and Phil Heath in the most prestigious competition in bodybuilding – the Olympia. During this period, he won every year except 2008 and took home 4 cups in total. Jay continued to compete for another 3 years, appearing in many shows. However, he appeared on the stage for the last time as a competitor at the 2013 Olympia. While he didn’t win, Jay had done enough to cement his place among the sport’s legends. He left the sport as a bodybuilding icon. Jay Cutler has 3.3 million followers on Instagram under the username jaycutler.

Achievements:

1993 NPC Iron Bodies Invitational, Junior & Men’s Heavyweight, 1st.

1993 NPC Teen Nationals, 1.

1995 NPC USA Tournament of Champions, Men’s Heavyweight, 1st and Overall championship

1996 NPC Nationals, Heavyweight, 1st (Pro Card)

1998 IFBB Champions Night, 12.

1999 IFBB Arnold Classic 4th

1999 IFBB Ironman Pro Invitational, 3rd place

2000 IFBB Night of Champions, 1.

2000 Grand Prix England, 2.

2000 Joe Weider’s World Pro Cup, 2.

2000 Mr. Olympia 8.

2001 Mr. Olympia, 2.

2002 Arnold Classic, 1.

2003 Arnold Classic, 1.

2003 Mr. Olympia, 2.

2003 Ironman Pro Invitational, 1.

2003 San Francisco Pro Invitational, 1.

2003 Russian Grand Prix, 2.

2003 GNC Show of Strength, 2.

2003 Dutch Grand Prix, 1.

2003 British Grand Prix, 1.

2004 Arnold Classic, 1.

2004 Mr. Olympia, 2.

2005 Mr. Olympia, 2.

2006 Austrian Grand Prix, 1.

2006 Romanian Grand Prix, 1.

2006 Dutch Grand Prix, 1.

2006 Mr. Olympia, 1.

2007 Mr. Olympia, 1.

2008 Mr. Olympia, 2.

2009 Mr. Olympia, 1.

2010 Mr. Olympia, 1.

2011 Mr. Olympia, 2.

2011 Sheru Classic, 2.

2013 Mr. Olympia, 6.

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