Blessed with genetics don’t mean squat, unless you put in the work and effort. I got the man himself, Jay Cutler 4 times Mr Olympia vying to go for his 5th title in 2012 with some chest workout. Jay is a true example of pushing yourself to the limits and beyond. Getting his pro card at the age of 23, yes that’s right and not a typo is just some of the things that sets this powerhouse apart.
Turning to his chest, Jay explains to MD “When I was younger, my chest was by far my worst body part, and even now I still don’t consider it to be totally up to par with everything else on me.” I hear you screaming, are you kidding me? Guys that’s the level of intensity and dedication Jay shows, never settling for anything less. What do you settle for?
As I always say, it’s all about the pump and not the weight. Can you feel your muscles working or your ego? Here’s something you should take away from reading this post.
Don’t worry about how much weight Jay uses, or even how much weight you use. Do try to become stronger, but only if your form is good, you are handling the weight on your own and not relying on a spotter to assist you, and you are feeling the muscle working. Otherwise, all the weight in the world means jack shit. There are plenty of idiots out there throwing around a lot of weight who have no physique to show for it, despite considering themselves bodybuilders. If Mr. Olympia isn’t worried about being the strongest guy around, why should you?
The following is the chest routine as promised with some pictures of in my opinion the body builder of the decade. Think about it, in the last 10 years of Mr Olympia who else has become champion 4 times and runner up the last 6 times?
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