“The Pittsburgh Pro guest posing is going to be the tell-tale of what the Olympia will be,” Cutler said.
Jay Cutler Eyes Breakthrough Talent in Men’s Open, Says 2023 Mr. Olympia Will ‘See a Lot of New Faces’
With less time to qualify for the Mr. Olympia contest compared to last year, Cutler believes there are a few big names that might not earn an invitation.
“I want to talk about how fast the years go because we have the Olympia and now we’re getting into the busy season where there’s a lot of these qualifying shows and we’re going to see a lot of these new faces.”“There’s so many big names that aren’t qualified yet. But it’s going to just roll now. What I noticed while training for all those titles and I used to think I had the break after the Olympia and next thing you know, it feels like so long between the next year. Once you hit Spring and May hits, it was like – remember back then, it [Olympia] was like September or October. It seemed like it went by so fast.”
“Every week we’re going to be talking about – once we hit May, the shows just roll after that and there’s so many faces that aren’t qualified [there will be a lot] that don’t make it, yeah,” said Cutler. “You still have the Krizos, the Iains, who is going to be the breakout guy this year, is Brett Wilkins going to make a statement this year. I think Martin Fitzwater is sitting out. Who are we going to see, are we going to see Justin Shier breakthrough?”
Cutler ‘Not Satisfied’ With Current Physique: “The Fit for 50 Challenge Is Me Against Me”
“I quit drinking coffee. I’m actually scaling back a lot on the caffeine, even the pre-workouts, I’m mostly using the just stim-free pump pre-workout,” Cutler shared. “I’m going to go full tilt starting May into a – not a full deep deep preparation but as far as food, training, sleep patterns,” Jay Cutler shared.
“I’m giving myself about 12 weeks to get in shape. I’m actually relatively lean; I just don’t have a lot of fullness, so the diet is going to be huge. I actually just did blood work, which I’m actually going to show my results here which I should have today or tomorrow.”“He [Mike O’Hearn] seems to be skipping out on the podcast. For you guys that follow Mike O’Hearn please give a shout-out to Mike and say hey when are you coming on the Cutler Cast. We’ve actually had him booked so many times now.”
“He looks absolutely amazing right, for me… I don’t know what the end goal is — I just know I’m not satisfied with how I look now. I don’t have a real prediction on what – people keep asking me what are you going to weight, what are you going to look like, I have no idea. This is all new to me. I’m not taking any more drugs or whatever else. I’m not going into the old protocols and I’m going to show that through my transition period. The Fit for 50 challenge is me against me. To be my best shape that I’ve been in since I retired in 2013.”
“I don’t try to max out; I don’t want to risk any injury, the funny part is, I don’t want to train so bad that I’m super sore. That’s the crazy thing for this 50 challenge: I’m going to train like that without going overboard and show that you still can,” said Cutler.
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