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Cyberflexing.com Interview With Top Fitness Model And Personal Trainer Justin Woltering

Cyberflexing.com Interview With Top Fitness Model And Personal Trainer Justin Woltering

How did you get started with bodybuilding?

As a youth, I admired bodybuilding and fitness legends Arnold Schwarzenegger and Bruce Lee. These figures became an inspiration and played a part in my dedication to training and the fitness lifestyle. I was your typical 150 lb hardgainer and I had to work my ass to find success.

I was also very fortunate to receive the wisdom of professional bodybuilders, and learn the techniques of nationally ranked powerlifters at a very young age in New Jersey. This paired with a thirst for knowledge left me with all the tools necessary for success.

Martials Arts has also always been a constant in my training regimen. This combination of martial arts and resistance training helped me to transform from a hardgainer to a fitness cover model, bringing in a complete physique that is also fully functional. I am also as passionate about business as I am about fitness. I believe setting a goal, working your ass off, and giving back until that goal becomes a reality. In addition to my exclusive clientele, I am fortunate to help thousands of people with my website www.jusitnwoltering.com and ebook Bigger Better Faster.

At age 19 I was kicked out of college. After taking the time to do some serious soul searching, I found that training made me happy. I began to follow my bliss, and without realising it, forces were set in motion to lead me on a journey towards the people I needed to meet and the places I needed to go.

What is your current training philosophy?

To me it is all about the mental strength and clarity that comes from proper training. I am constantly working to increase mind muscle connection, while simultaneously working on strength and flexibility goals.

Cyberflexing.com Interview With Top Fitness Model And Personal Trainer Justin Woltering

What workout routine has worked best for you?

Day 1: Squat

  • Squats: 5 sets of 5 with the heaviest weight you can handle.
  • Leg Press: 3 sets of 15, using as full a range of motion as possible – no ego lifting!
  • Dumbbell Stiff Leg Deadlifts: 3 sets of 20, keeping your back perfectly arched. Switch to a barbell if your gym’s dumbbells are too light.
  • Weight Decline Sit-Ups: 3 sets of 10, as heavy as you can handle. Hold the weight behind your head, not in front!
  • Seated Calf Raises: 3 sets of 15, squeezing and holding every rep at the top. This should hurt!
Day 2: Bench Press
  • Barbell Bench Press: 5 sets of 5 with the heaviest weight you can handle.
  • Incline Fly-to-Press: Using dumbbells on an incline bench, descend into fly position but press the weight back up while squeezing your pecs. 4 sets of 15, and don’t be afraid to go heavy if your form is good.
  • Wide-Grip Pull-Ups: 4 sets of 10, adding additional weight as needed. Each set should be to near failure!
  • Incline Dumbbell Curl: Lie back on an incline bench, and strictly curl from top to bottom. 5 sets of 15 here, and don’t go so heavy you have to cheat!
  • Incline Skull Crusher: Superset these with the incline curls, 5 sets of 15.

Day 3: Deadlift

  • Conventional Deadlifts: Work up to one top set of 4 with as much weight as you can handle. Rest, decrease the weight by 40-50 pounds, and do as many reps as you can. Rest, and once more decrease the weight by 40-50 pounds and do as many reps as you can.
  • Front Squats: 4 sets of 6 with as much weight as you can handle. This exercise is hard, but don’t puss out! The low reps will keep you from seeing stars as the bar is pressed close to your neck.
  • Barbell Rows: 4 sets of 10. Go heavy, and cheat a little bit if you need to, but make sure your lats and traps are doing the work.
  • Ab Wheel: These are cheap and incredibly useful, so buy one if your gym doesn’t have one. Do 3 sets of 15-20 rolls, and have someone add a plate to your back if that gets too easy.
  • Standing Calf Raises: 3 sets of 20, again squeezing and holding every rep at the top. When it comes to calves, it’s no pain, no gain!

Day 4: Military Press

  • Standing Military Press: 5 sets of 5 with the heaviest weight you can handle. It’s okay to cheat the first rep from a dead stop, but stay strict on every rep after.
  • Machine Incline Bench: Pick your favorite upper chest-focused pressing machine, and pump out 4 sets of 15 reps. Stretch your pecs between every set for maximum blood volume and growth.
  • Parallel-Grip Pull-Ups: 4 sets of 12, adding weight as necessary.
  • Side Dumbbell Raises: 5 sets of 20, and don’t go light! It’s okay to start the set with a decent range of motion, but to finish it with some partial reps and cheat reps. Side delts grow best from a combo of heavy weights AND high reps!
  • Reverse Pec-Deck: 5 sets of 25. This time, be as strict as possible, and make every set burn! The rear delts grow well from a lot of volume and pain.

Cyberflexing.com Interview With Top Fitness Model And Personal Trainer Justin Woltering

What is your approach to nutrition?

I mostly use these 10 foods:

  • Steak
  • Eggs
  • Salmon
  • Sweet Potato
  • Oats
  • Asparagus
  • Broccolli
  • Almonds
  • Apples
  • Blueberries

What is your diet like?

This could be an article all to itself, so without getting into micro or even macro specifics here is what my daily nutritional intake roughly looks like:

  • Meal 1: 2 Scoops Dymatize Iso 100, liquid fish oil
  • Meal 2: 6 Whole eggs, veggies
  • Meal 3: 2 Scoops Dymatize Iso 100, liquid fish oil
  • Meal 4: 10oz Bison, sweet potato, broccolli
  • Meal 5: Post workout shake
  • Meal 6: Salmon, sweet potato, asparagus

Cyberflexing.com Interview With Top Fitness Model And Personal Trainer Justin Woltering

What supplements do you use?

I am a proud Dymatize Sponsored Athlete, and I love taking the Iso100 Chocolate Protein Powder, Dymatize MASS, XPAND 2x Preworkout, and Recoup BCAAs.

In addition I take liquid fish oils, whole food multivitamins, and glutamine.

What kind of myths do you hear in the gym on a daily basis that really make you cringe?

I have heard so much bad shit over the years, but the one that I think is absolute bullshit, is that high reps are better for cutting as lower reps are better for bulking. You must do BOTH if you want that constantly pumped bodybuilder/fitness model look.

Cyberflexing.com Interview With Top Fitness Model And Personal Trainer Justin Woltering

What are your future plans?

I am really excited to see how far I can push it! After a lot of ups and downs, bumps and bruises, I have really found my voice and success in the fitness industry and look forward to continually putting out top of the line content.

As business continues to grow, I am eager to continue working with my sponsor Dymatize Nutrition as well as working creatively on photography and film projects.

Cyberflexing.com Interview With Top Fitness Model And Personal Trainer Justin Woltering

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