Get ready to jump into the wild world of Jesse James West as we take a look at the ins and outs of what makes the guy tick. From whether he’s natty or not to how he eats and trains to maintain his impressive physique, we’ve got the lowdown on all the big questions about the relentless YouTuber and bodybuilder.
What is Jesse James West’s weight?
According to most sources online Jesse’s weight is normally around 80kg. In a recent YouTube video though he revealed that he’d got down to 78kg (172lb) in the run up to competing in a bodybuilding show in July.
Does Jesse James West take steroids?
In short, no.
West is natty and has achieved his insane gains with hard work and dedication. Rumors have been flying for years that he must be taking steroids, but in a video posted in July West had blood tests done which proved that his natty status.
What is Jesse James West’s workout plan?
West clearly works out hard, and really stepped things up a gear this year before competing in his first bodybuilding show.
His YouTube videos show him working out with a range of huge names in the online fitness world, including Bryan Johnson, Eddie Hall, and Larry Wheels.
West hasn’t shared a full workout plan on his channel but we know that his approach is built around heavy lifting and progressive overload.
His favorite moves include:
Bench press, barbell incline chest press, dumbbell flys, and seated rows to work back and chest.
Squats, lunges, and calf raises for legs, and shoulder presses, bent over rows, and upright rows for shoulders.
Bicep curls, tricep extensions, and cable hammer curls for arms, and hanging leg raises and a variety of crunches for abs.
Jesse also fits in cardio with surfing and also makes sure he has some rest days each week too.
How much can Jesse James West bench?
The amount West can bench these days is a bit hard to pin down, but in a video from 2 years ago he managed to bench a PR at the time of 405lbs.
What is Jesse James West’s diet?
Jesse generally focuses on eating 5 to 6 meals a day, making sure he hits his macro targets to meet his goals.
He doesn’t restrict his eating or follow a particular diet though, instead taking the IIFYM (If It Fits Your Macros) approach to food. West also includes supplements from his sponsors Gorilla Mind to support his diet and help him hit those health and fitness goals.
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