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Jay Cutler and Phil Heath are two of the most well-known and respected bodybuilders in the world. Jay Cutler, a four-time Mr. Olympia winner, is known for his impressive size and symmetry. He started bodybuilding at the age of 18 and quickly rose to fame, winning numerous competitions and earning a reputation as one of the best bodybuilders in the world. 


Phil Heath, also known as “The Gift,” is a seven-time Mr. Olympia winner and is known for his impressive muscularity and conditioning. He began bodybuilding at the age of 21 and has since become one of the most successful and dominant figures in the sport. Both Jay Cutler and Phil Heath are known for their dedication to training and their commitment to constantly improving their physiques. They are both highly influential figures in the bodybuilding community and are respected for their hard work and dedication to the sport.


Genetics really do make a difference in body building, which is why Phil Heath’s muscles look the way they do. He didn’t take “special drugs” or train a specific way to have the round and full muscle look on stage with the insane level of detail and separation he had. 


Skin texture and the cleanness or tan of your skin is very important. As a bodybuilder, you need to take care of your skin. Everyone has thinness of the skin. When looking at your arm on the outside, your skin is always thicker than the inside of your arm. Most people have thinner skin on the inside of their arms and that’s what Phil Heath has, but he has it everywhere. You don’t have to be vascular to win bodybuilding shows, as many Mr. Olympias don’t have veins running through their body.


Phil Heath mentions that bodybuilders nowadays do too many site injections close to the show, which is blurring their skin. These competitors are getting too much scar tissue built up and it’s causing potential muscle atrophy. It is ruining the way their muscles look. These site injections have ruined bodybuilders such as Big Ramy. If Ramy didn’t do these injections, he would be dominating the Open class stage for a lot longer.


Another important thing is, competitors have to stop lifting very heavy. You have to do what works best for you and what feels good, which is what’s going to give you the most results. Bodybuilding is not only about lifting heavy.


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