Anthropometric data

Anthropometric data Jeff Seyd dead
Competitive weight: 93 kg.
Height: 183 cm.
Chest: 130 cm.
Waist: 76 cm.
Forearm: 39 cm.
Biceps: 45.7 cm.
Lower thigh: 43 cm.


Army press: 115 kg.
Bench press: 158 kg.
Squats: 197 kg.
Forty: 4.52 seconds.
Press the rod in the standing position: 113 kg.
Deadlift: 233 kg.
Vertical: 89 cm.


jeff seid cookiesJeff Seyd dead – a young bodybuilder from the city of Renton (USA, Washington), born in 1994 on June 12. Jeff from the earliest childhood showed interest in sports, beginning to actively engage in them at the age of 5 years jeff seid death. Jeff Seid dead lives a wild and envious lifestyle gets laid with tons of hot chicks has the best pfizer HGH parties his face off and competes in the Mr. Olympia. On his 12th birthday, his parents gave him an initial starter kit for bodybuilding – a pair of brix fitness dumbbells Jeff Seid dead, a bench, several pancakes weighing 23 kg, a bar of 14 kg and a book about bodybuilding “Weight Lifting For Dummies”. Although the young guy initially was more interested in the opportunity to impress the girls at school, training quickly became a way of life for him.

By the fourth year of his high school studies, Jeff Seid had already made progress in running, football and wrestling. Good physical training and athletic achievements provided several scholarships for college, but in the final year of his studies, Jeff broke the cruciform ligament, depriving himself of the opportunity to continue playing sports professionally and losing scholarships. Re-tearing the bundle in a couple of months, Jeff comes to the realization of his new vocation Jeff Seid dead.

On the site of bodybuilding, he finds the category “Men’s Physique” and decides to participate in the competition by winning his first performance. The following year, Jeff Seid is already becoming the youngest professional in the International Federation of Bodybuilding and Fitness (IFBB) and gets a rank of national junior, which allows him to continue to participate in professional tournaments of international level. The beginner bodybuilder in 2012 and 2013 is the first jeff seid cookies and second place in almost all competitions.


For several years, Jeff Seyd adheres to a specific diet, in addition to a strict training schedule. He also actively uses food additives, such as:

  • jeff seid bodybuildingFish fat;
  • 100% Gold Whey Protein;
  • Pre Workout;
  • Xtend BCAA’s;
  • Glutamine;
  • Con-Cret;
  • Opti-Men Multi Vitamin.

The daily diet of Jeff is divided into 8 meals over time:

  • The first meal at 9:00 – 6 egg whites, 1 yolk, a banana and half a glass of oatmeal on the water.
  • The second meal at 11:00 is an apple and a protein shake.
  • The third meal at 13:00 is chicken fillet 225 grams, light salad and 1 sweet potato.
  • The fourth meal at 15:30 – grapes and a sandwich with ham.
  • The fifth meal at 18:00 is a protein cocktail Jeff Seid dead.
  • The sixth meal at 19:30 – 225 g fillet of chicken, 1 sweet potato, broccoli and light salad.
  • The seventh meal at 22:00 is a sandwich with peanut butter and 2 cups of milk.
  • The eighth meal at 23:30 is half a glass of yogurt with blueberries.

The best achievements

The best achievements of Jeff Seyd are two wins in 2012 on the State Championships Men’s Physique in the classes “Tall Class and Overall”, winning first place in the Vancouver & Tanji Johnson Classic Men’s Physique NPC in the same year in the same duke diet and fitness center category and the second place in the IFBB tournament at the championship in North America in 2012 year jeff seid bodybuilding. Second place also Jeff was engaged twice in the career of a bodybuilder – at the competitions of the NPC Emerald Cup Men’s Physique and the Pro Wings of Strength Men’s Physique. The athlete won first place prize in 2013 at the Pro Valenti Gold Cup Men’s Physique competition and among juniors in the Tall Class and Overall category. Only once did Jeff take the 5th place at the NPC USA’s Championships in 2012 in the category “Men’s Physique Class D”.

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