Jeff Seid Biography, Workout Plan And Diet Plan

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Jeff Seid had a full career in sports laid out in front of him, being an All-American wrestling champion and a high school football player. Jeff believed that nothing could go wrong and everything is possible.

An unforeseeable injury changed everything. Rising up to the challenge, Jeff became America’s youngest-ever IFBB Pro bodybuilding model, he is a social media celebrity for youth widely.

 Jeff Seid was born on 12 June 1994 in Renton, Washington, United States. He has two sisters, Melissa and Kristina. His motto in life is the adage ‘never back down’ as he never allowed his setbacks to get a stronghold over him. He fought against all the odds to alter his destiny and achieve what he had constantly dreamed. He also strongly believes in living life his own way, so that he has no regrets. Being a Gemini, he is very expressive, quick-witted, sociable and fun-loving by nature. He currently resides in Seattle. His dating status is unknown as he chooses not to disclose his personal life to his follower this is his story.

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Jeff Seid is an incredibly famous American bodybuilder, fitness model, and a social media celebrity who has thousands of fans admiring him not only for his looks and physique but also for his magnetic personality. He is very health-conscious and believes in leading an active lifestyle. His gorgeous looks coupled with a dashing physique have earned him hype as a well-established bodybuilder who promotes the ultimate fitness mantra. His love for sports since the age of five triggered his interest in gradually building up a strong physique and maintaining a fuss-free, energetic lifestyle. According to Jeff, physical strength is akin to power and literally ensures the survival of the fittest in this highly competitive world. The urge to be in good physical shape was so high that it inspired him to start lifting heavy weights at the mere age of eleven! It was none other than Arnold Schwarzenegger who served as his idol and Jeff sourced his inspiration from his childhood hero. It took him around five years to achieve the physique he desired as a teenager, and the transformation he underwent from the age of 13-17 is really worthy of applause. While it may sound like a mission impossible, Jeff has proudly shown the world that determination and hard work can lead to unbelievable success in spite of the numerous setbacks that may come one’s way.

About Career

Jeff Seid had to overcome a lot of unfortunate events in his epic journey towards becoming a world-famous bodybuilder. Right from his childhood days, his growing passion for sports and athletic persona ensured that he excelled in the game of football. By his senior year at high school, he had already earned recognition as an athlete and had a great chance of acquiring football scholarships in esteemed institutions for his college education. Around this time, Jeff also gained popularity as an All-American Wrestler; he emerged second in the Nationals and even participated as an All-American outside linebacker.

But as luck would have it, he suffered a severe ACL injury while playing football in his senior year and it ruined his dream of becoming a sportsman. He lost the highly-coveted scholarships and could not pay for his college education. Bad luck still engulfed him and he tore his ACL for the second time after a few months, ending his football dreams forever. Though he was overburdened with difficulties, the circumstances did not deter him from his dream goal of reaching the pinnacles of success in the fitness world.

As he prepared for his upcoming ACL surgery, Jeff came across the new IFBB category called ‘Men’s Physique’ while browsing the website. He figured out that his passion for an aesthetic, health-oriented lifestyle could become a career reality in the bodybuilding arena since he had religiously trained himself for over six years. In just a month, he decided to compete and successfully bagged the title in his very first show as a bodybuilder. Since then, there was no turning back as Jeff went on to achieve a tremendous amount of success as he won one title after the other.

His unwavering dedication and hard work paid off and he quickly became an IFBB pro. He eventually qualified to participate at the first Mr. Olympia Men’s Physique Showdown. This contest proved to be a pivotal point in his career, as he got the chance to tour the world and inspire other aspiring bodybuilders. His new-found good luck never betrayed him and he soon got a second opportunity to take part in the Mr. Olympia contest.

Now, in addition to his bodybuilding career, Jeff Seid has also established his own clothing company under the name of SeidWear, which has become a huge hit among his fans. As of today, he also hosts successful YouTube videos, online tutorials, ISSA certified personal training, and fitness competitions. He has even penned down a 150-page book called ‘Guide to Aesthetics’ that is based on his journey to stardom and how he has managed to maintain a strict and healthy lifestyle. This book has been well-received worldwide as many youngsters are inspired by his mantra to follow an aesthetic path.

Personal Life

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Full Name: Jeff Seid

Birthday: June 12, 1994

Nationality: American

Age: 25 Years,

Sun Sign: Gemini

Born In: Renton, Washington, United States

Famous As: Bodybuilder, Fitness Model,you tuber

Height: 6’0″ (183 cm), 6’0″ Males

Siblings: Kristina, Meliss

Accomplishments: From All-American wrestling champion to high school football, and then on to be the youngest IFBB champion in America. Jeff Seid has overcome roadblocks, injuries and maintained a strong belief that he will always keep going, giving more and more each time.

“So with all the obstacles that were put in my way I managed to overcome them. What doesn’t kill you only makes you stronger.”

In his very first football game of the senior year, Jeff broke his anterior cruciate ligament (ACL). Soon after surgery, things went downhill for Jeff, his motivation dropped off and found it extremely difficult to pick himself back up again. But there was a ray of hope when Jeff discovered bodybuilding (Men’s Physique).

He set his sights on competing and regaining his confidence, Jeff said;“I was depressed for a short period of time after the surgery. But I knew just dwelling on it wasn’t going to do any good for me, so I just told myself shit happens and planned a new future for myself.”

America’s Youngest IFBB Pro

With this newfound motivation, Jeff went forward and started preparing for his first competition. Soon after starting, he tore his ACL again for the second time only 3 months after the first surgery. With these constant setbacks, Jeff never gave up.

He kept on pushing forward for his IFBB Pro card. With a deep drive and a passion to win, Jeff became America’s youngest professional competitive bodybuilder in history in the IFBB league.

“I am always trying to be the best version of myself that I can possibly be and It’s a pretty good motivator for me.”


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Cardio workout

When Jeff does cardio, it’s always in the form of HIIT. He’ll do a 10-minute work out every other day to burn the fat. His preferred method is the bike where he’ll keep his RPM over 120 for 30 seconds on level 15, then go down to level 5 for 30 seconds for a rest period. This he will do for 10 minutes straight.

Weight lifting workout

Looking at Jeffs’s workout plan, it’s clear to see he likes to use supersets and a lot of volumes. This type of workout is great for maximum growth and symmetry. Adapting to this type of intensity and volume takes months of slow and steady progress.

Jeff’s weekly workout plan 

Monday: Chest/Calves/HIIT

Incline Bench: 4 sets of 10, 8, 8, drop set 6, failure (Super Set)

Incline Fly’s: 4 sets of 10, 10, 8, 8 (Super Set)

Cable Cross Overs: 4 sets of 15, 10, 8, drop set 8, failure (Single Set)

Dumbbell Flat Bench: 4 sets of 10, 8, 8, 6 (Super Set)

Dips: 4 sets to failure

Incline Bench Machine: 3 sets of 10 (Super Set)

Pushups: 3 sets, failure

Pullovers: 3 sets of 15 (Single Set)

Standing Calf Raises: 4 sets of 15 (Single Set)

Donkey Calf Raises: 4 sets of 15 (Single Set)

Seated Calf Raises: 4 sets of 15 (Single Set)

Tuesday: Back/Abs

Deadlifts: 4 sets of 15, 10, 8, 6 (Single Set)

Bent Over Rows: 4 sets of 12, 10, 8, 8 (Super Set)

Chainsaws: 4 sets of 12, 10, 10, 8 (Super Set)

T-Bar Rows: 4 sets of 12, 10, 8, drop set 8, 6 (Super Set)

Wide Grip Pull-Ups: 4 sets, failure

Seated Rows: 4 sets of 10, 8, 8, 6 (Super Set)

Wide-Grip Lat Pull Downs: 4 sets of 12, 10, 8, 8 (Super Set)

Good Mornings: 3 sets of 12 (Single Set)

Various ab exercises for 10 minutes. Crunches, Hanging Leg Raises. (Single Set)

Wednesday: Legs/Calves/Cardio

Squats: 5 sets of 15, 10, 8, 6, 4 (Single Set)

Front Squats: 4 sets of 12, 10, 8, drop set 8, 6 (Super Set)

Hack Squats: 4 sets of 12, 10, 8, drop set 8, 6 (Super Set)

Leg Press: 4 sets of 10, 8, 8, 6 (Single Set)

Quad Extensions: 4 sets of 12, 10, 8, 8 (Super Set)

Lying Leg Curls: 4 sets of 12, 10, 8, 8 (Super Set)

Standing Calf Raises: 4 sets of 15 (Single Set)

Donkey Calf Raises: 4 sets of 15 (Single Set)

Seated Calf Raises: 4 sets of 15 (Single Set)

Thursday: Shoulders/Abs

Dumbbell Shoulder Press: 4 sets of 10, 8, 8, 8 (Tri-Set)

Alt. Front Lateral Raises: 4 sets of 12, 10, 8, 8 (Tri-Set)

Side Lateral Raises: 4 sets of 12, 10, 8, 8 (Tri-Set)

Arnold Press: 3 sets of 10, 8, 8 (Super Set)

Cable Upright Rows: 3 sets of 8-10 (Super Set)

Bent-Over Lateral Raise: 3 sets of 8-10 (Super Set)

Upright Rows: 3 sets of 12-15 (Super Set)

Shrugs: 4 sets of 15 (single set)

Various ab exercises for 10 minutes. Crunches, Hanging Leg Raises. (single set)

Friday: Arms/Calves

Barbell Curls: 4 sets of 10, 10, 8, drop set 8, 8 (Super Set)

Incline Bench Skull Crushers: 4 sets of 12, 10, 8, drops set 8,8 (Super Set)

Machine Curls: 4 sets of 8-10 (Super Set)

Pushdowns: 4 sets of 8-10 (Super Set)

Incline Curls: 4 sets of 8-10 (Super Set)

Kickbacks: 4 sets of 10-12 (Super Set)

Concentration Curls: 4 sets of 8-10 (Super Set)

One Arm Extensions: 4 sets of 10-12 (Super Set)

Standing Calf Raises: 4 sets of 15 (single set)

Donkey Calf Raises: 4 sets of 15 (single set)

Seated Calf Raises: 4 sets of 15 (single set)

Weekend: Rest Days

Nutrition planning

To maintain his lean physique, Jeff’s diet is filled with lean proteins, healthy fats and good sources of carbohydrates. Jeff has a have habit of intake nutrition In every two hours of interval. So that the requirement of nutrition can full fill. 

 A full day’s eating will look something like:

9:00 AM: 5 Egg Whites, 1 Whole Egg, half a cup of Oatmeal & Banana

11:00 AM: Protein Shake & Apple

1:00 PM: 8oz. Chicken Breast, Salad & Sweet Potato

3:30 PM: Ham Sandwich, Grapes

6:00 PM: Protein Shake

7:30 PM: 8 oz. Steak, Sweet Potato, Broccoli & Salad

10:00 PM: Peanut Butter & Jelly Sandwich, 2 glasses of Milk

11:30 PM: Half cup of Greek Yogurt & Blue Berries

Idols and Influences

Knowing that Jeff is no pushover when it comes to life setbacks, he’s got a desire deep down to get the most out of life and achieve his best. His inner drive and passion to compete against himself, has shaped not only his life, but also his incredible physique.

What we can learn from Jeff Seid:

If you’ve ever thought about giving up when you’ve had a setback or an injury from training, then you can look at Jeff for inspiration. With a path laid out in from of him for his entire career in football, which was only to be stripped away from under his feet with a disastrous injury. Jeff has overcome not one, but two injuries and still made it to the top.

At 19 he became America’s youngest IFBB Pro bodybuilder in history. With sheer drive and determination to make his life the best it could possibly be, Jeff is truly an inspiration to us all. With the will to succeed and the drive win, you too could have your very own physique of greatness.

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