Jay Cutler (bodybuilder)

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Jay Cutler
— Bodybuilder —
Jay Cutler bodybuilder 2008-crop.jpg
Jay Cutler at LA Fit Expo in 26 May 2007.
Personal info
Born(1973-08-03) August 3, 1973 (age 40)
Sterling, Massachusetts
Height5 ft 9 in (1.75 m)
Weight

Contest: 274 lb (124 kg)

Off season: 310 lb (140 kg)
Professional career
Best winIFBB Mr. Olympia 2006–07, 2009–10
PredecessorRonnie Coleman
Dexter Jackson
SuccessorDexter Jackson
Phil Heath
 
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This article is about the bodybuilder. For the NFL quarterback, see Jay Cutler (American football).
Jay Cutler
— Bodybuilder —
Jay Cutler bodybuilder 2008-crop.jpg
Jay Cutler at LA Fit Expo in 26 May 2007.
Personal info
Born(1973-08-03) August 3, 1973 (age 40)
Sterling, Massachusetts
Height5 ft 9 in (1.75 m)
Weight

Contest: 274 lb (124 kg)

Off season: 310 lb (140 kg)
Professional career
Best winIFBB Mr. Olympia 2006–07, 2009–10
PredecessorRonnie Coleman
Dexter Jackson
SuccessorDexter Jackson
Phil Heath

Jay Cutler (born Jason Isaac Cutler) (born August 3, 1973 in Sterling, Massachusetts) is an American IFBB professional bodybuilder.[1] He is a four time Mr. Olympia winner (2006, 2007, 2009, and 2010).

Biography[edit]

Cutler worked in his family's concrete construction business, Cutler Bros. Concrete, from the age of 11. He began training when he was 18 years old as a senior at Wachusett Regional High School. He graduated from Quinsigamond Community College in 1993 with a degree in criminal justice, intending to work as a Corrections Officer for a maximum security prison. He was inspired to enter bodybuilding after meeting personal trainer Marcos Rodriguez. Cutler excelled in bodybuilding, desiring to be one of the largest competitors ever and took his first overall win in 1993 at the Iron Bodies Invitational. His first contest was the 1992 Gold's Gym Worcester Bodybuilding Championships, at which he took second place. He won consecutive Arnold Classic titles in 2002, 2003, and 2004, and placed second to Ronnie Coleman in the Mr. Olympia competition four times before claiming the title in 2006.

In 2001, at the Mr. Olympia he tested positive for banned diuretics,[2] but sued and had his second-place finish reinstated.[verification needed] Cutler won the Olympia for a second consecutive year in 2007. Jay Cutler became the third Mr. Olympia in history (along with Arnold Schwarzenegger and Franco Columbu) to win the title in non-consecutive years, and, defeating the reigning champion Dexter Jackson in 2009, became the only Mr. Olympia in history to reclaim the title after having competed as title-holder and not won. In 2010, he won his fourth Mr. Olympia title, defeating Phil Heath. In 2011, Cutler was runner-up to Heath at the Mr. Olympia. In 2012, Cutler was unable to compete at the Mr. Olympia due to a bicep injury. Cutler competed in the 2013 Olympia and placed 6th.

Cutler has since focused on his business venture, Cutler Nutrition, which specializes in bodybuilding nutritional supplements.

Personal[edit]

Cutler has been featured on the cover of several fitness magazines such, as Muscle and Fitness, Flex and Muscular Development. He currently lives in Las Vegas, Nevada.

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Mr. Olympia
Preceded by:
Dexter Jackson
Succeeded by:
Phil Heath