Live Large | Jay Cutler Living Large | Mass-Building Workouts, Training Tips, Nutrition Plan | Ep 1

If you want to get big, you have to train, eat, think, and live big. Follow along as Jay cutler does workouts, gives you training tips, and follow his nutrition plan.
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No one lives bigger than Jay Cutler. Learn from the life of one of the world’s greatest bodybuilders.

Four-time Mr. Olympia Jay Cutler lives with unbridled consistency and dedication. His life is a regimented combination of eating, sleeping, and training. He lives large, works hard, and trains harder. His physique wins contests—and he’s gunning for another Sandow September 28, 2013, in Las Vegas—but his mentality and determination make him a true champion. Take a cue from Jay’s life to enrich your own.

Building muscle takes more than physical fortitude. It takes a certain mindset and drive to create an elite body. Even if you lift big, you won’t get big if you don’t know how to think big. That’s your first lesson from Jay Cutler.

“I always say that the mentality of a bodybuilder isn’t normal,” Jay explains. “Something has to be triggered inside you. You always want to push yourself beyond the limits. Honestly, you have to be a little crazy. There are some people who have the potential to have the best physiques in the world, but they don’t have the mental capabilities to push themselves.”

You can’t be one of the world’s best bodybuilders if you don’t have the mental toughness to work at it, day in and day out. To build your body, you must master your mind and tune out distractions. Jay knows this all too well. “It isn’t an easy thing being Jay Cutler,” he says. “I’m recognized everywhere I go, and everybody wants a piece of my time.”

Jay has a business to run, travels constantly, trains often, eats more often, and tries to leave some time for fun. He lives in Vegas, which offers even more temptations, but Jay wouldn’t have it any other way. “It gives me more drive being in a place that’s so distracting, and I’m still so focused.”

Aside from being absurdly busy, Jay struggles with little things most people do with ease: “You don’t understand the benefits of being a normal person until you see someone like me who can’t buy clothes off the rack, can’t eat normal places, can’t ride in certain sized cars, can’t ride in some airplane seats, can’t stay in certain hotels with small beds, or fit in small showers. It’s hard to shop, it’s hard to go out to eat, it’s hard to travel.”

On the plus side, it’s easy for him to build more muscle than most people can fathom. They stare, but he doesn’t care. “I don’t try to hide it,” he says. “I don’t wear big, baggy clothes.” Jay has spent the last 20 years turning his body into a work of art; he knows how to appreciate it. “When you’re my size, you never think you’re small. I like the way I look now. I’m always checking myself out, flexing, admiring the physique.”

Although Father Time is now perhaps his biggest bodybuilding adversary, Jay still accepts nothing but greatness from himself. “I don’t think I’m ‘past my prime,'” he says.”I’m a four-time Mr. Olympia champ and six-time runner up. I still want to compete at my best, even at the age I am.”

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rcp pop says:

I use to want to be a giant body builder like this guy. I know I don’t have what it takes but now I just want to be fit. I love just being able to do my activities for long periods of time. Snowboarding, mountain biking, playing with my kids and running around.

Jose Flores says:

Is this the same guy who plays football?

whataboutredlorry says:

He has the mobility of an morbidly obese person, and the same problems as them in terms of travelling

JLambz says:

He’s pretty fuckin sick but < Arnold

primobol says:


auot ukun says:

Jay is so right, being a body builder is not normal you have to be a little crazy. I will never sacrifice playing volleyball, basketball to be huge like the body builders 🙂 but I do respect them for the work they did so that we can see how human muscle can grow 🙂

deeshmond says:

Greatest bodybuilder ever? Maybe after Arnold. And Dorian. And Ronnie. And Heath. And probably others I’m forgetting

Temz says:

Can this comment get more likes than this video has dislikes?

Yonis Harrier says:

Jay Cutler for the next Expendables

Ryan Heard says:

Jay Cutler needs to knock off the steriods. They aren’t going to get you anywhere but to an early grave.

Anand Patel says:

God damn that’s an ugly physique

84 LoneDreamer84 says:

Jay Cutler should have tried an acting career…like Arnold did! He certainly had the potential for it!

Ted forgetaboutit says:

Real Natty brah

david basumatary says:

Jay, u r d best

Nomad -81- says:

Talking is cardio for this guy

Cuban Jorge says:

I went to bed at 280 and woke up at 271

marino1806 says:

What is the name of that pizza place…oh yeah Joe’s pizza. Like you need to be nuclear scientist to remember it


Definitely the greatest bodybuilder that’s ever lived!!  especially the fact that jay does MORE for his fans than anyone!!

Alkaiser says:

His breathing is his cardio

Casey Green says:

This guys complaining about his size but he made himself that way lol whys he complaining

S Robinson says:

NYC is what u really described…

ventende says:

The heart doesn’t differentiate between fat and muscles. Very unhealthy to carry that weight. Add all the PEDs and you have a heart attack waiting to happen.

Aditya Jain says:

He is arrogant!

Tom Jones says:

Jesus…this guy is puny…only 5’8.

Solan Goose says:

He walks like he has shit himself.

Rudy Rosales says:

He comes off as a total douche bag. For real.

El Mokhtar NOURHIRA says:

i bet monique is cheating on him with larry

HikoSeijuroXIII says:

290 pounds? That’s it? Fucking I weigh more than that. I’m 6’8” though. Still, I thought muscles were supposed to be heavier than fat.

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