One of the most dedicated and strictest dieters both off-season and contest time, Jay really finds no excuse to eat every
meal and on time. Diet is easily the largest factor in the success of a bodybuilder and Jay is the perfect example of it.
Reaching 300 plus pounds in the off-season, here is a typical bulking diet from Jay that he utilizes often.
Meal 1 - 15 egg whites, 2 whole eggs, 3 slices turkey bacon, 1.5 cups Ezekiel cereal, 1 large bagel with cream cheese
Meal 2 - 10 oz lean ground beef, 2 cups brown rice
Meal 3 - 10 oz ground chicken, 5 oz pasta
Meal 4 - 10 oz steak, 2 cups brown rice
Meal 5 - 15 eggs whites, 1.5 cups Ezekiel cereal
A star from his teenage years, Jay has one of the best mass building genetics of any professional bodybuilder of all time.
He is noted for all types of training styles and usually following a twice a day training split. He is also quite strong.
Here is an example of a typical training day made up of Triceps, Shoulders and Abdominals. Follow along.
Triceps Dips - 3 sets, 12-14 repetitions
Dumbbell kickback - 3 sets, 10-12 repetitions
Close-Grip Bench Press - 3 sets, 8-10 repetitions
French Press - 3 sets, 8-10 repetitions
Cable Extension - 4 sets, 12-15 repetitions
Dumbbell Press - 3 sets, 10-12 repetitions
Dumbbell Lateral Raise - 3 sets, 10-12 repetitions
Barbell Front Raise - 2 sets, 10-12 repetitions
Lateral Cable Raise - 3 sets, 10-12 repetitions
Bent Over Lateral Raise - 3 sets, 10-12 repetitions
Rope Crunches - 3 sets, 15-20 repetitions
Abs Crunches - 3 sets, 15-20 repetitions
Leg raise - 3 sets, 15-20 repetitions
Leg Lifts - 3 sets, 15-20 repetitions