Blown Away by Peak Jay Cutler’s Monstrous Physique, 7X Mr. Olympia Asks Him an Interesting Question: “Be Honest”

Jay Cutler amassed an enormous following during his bodybuilding prime. The 4x Mr. Olympia built a physique in 2006 that defeated the King, Ronnie Coleman. But his 2009 mass monster avatar on the Mr. Olympia stage shook the bodybuilding world, and his famous Quad Stomp pose became one of the most iconic poses in the sport’s history.

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The 50-year-old bodybuilder retired from the competitive stage a decade ago. However, Cutler posts throwback pictures from his prime on social media to make his fans happy. He recently shared a throwback picture that intrigued the 7x Mr. Olympia Phil Heath to ask a direct and interesting question.

Phil Heath has a query for the 4x Mr. Olympia champion


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Jay Cutler trained immensely during his prime with the only agenda to defeat the 8x Mr. Olympia Ronnie Coleman. He succeeded in his quest in 2006 after ending the winning streak of the King by claiming the Sandow trophy for the first time. He won the second Mr. Olympia title in 2007 but failed to top it in 2008. After the defeat, Cutler joined hands with the elite coach Hany Rambod and trained rigorously.

In 2009, he made a terrific comeback, stunning the crowd with his thunderous Quad Stomp and ultra-ripped physique. He won his third Mr. Olympia title, defeating Dexter Jackson. Cutler recently shared a throwback picture from the days of his training with Rambod on Instagram. He captioned the post, “Winning is still Everything,” and tagged his coach.

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His muscular physique in the picture gained the attention of the 7x Mr. Olympia Phil Heath. “Be Honest. How many muffins did you eat to get that full? Sh*t is crazy,” commented Heath, with a dose of humor while not forgetting to compliment. The 4x Mr. Olympia responded, “purple powder,” with a smiley emoji. The bodybuilding fans are not surprised by the warm exchange of words, as they are well aware of their deep friendship.

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The bodybuilding arena witnessed competing rivals across eras but cherished friendships more than feuds. Arnold Schwarzenegger and Franco Columbu’s bond lasted till the latter’s demise. Jay Cutler and Phil Heath also share a similar bond, and both often testify their admiration for each other on social media. 

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The 50-year-old once shared a throwback picture from their trip to India to take part in the Sheru Classic. Health couldn’t hold his excitement and commented on the post, “Can you believe it’s been 12yrs @jaycutler? One of the wildest trips ever.” Cutler recounted the flashback and said, “I took a break from throwing up to take this pic.”


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The bodybuilding world is fascinated by Cutler and Heath’s bodybuilding journey and their deep friendship. Did you find the icon’s funny exchange on the recent post heartwarming? Let us know in the comments below.

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