Jeff Seid is an IFBB professional bodybuilder; and although he’s only 23 years old, he’s been lifting weights since he was 11!
Seid was highly passionate about sports when he was in school, and planned on getting a college scholarship paid for through a sports program. This didn’t quite turn out the way he wanted after tore his ACL, and all the scholarship offers disappeared.
Within this article, we’ll look at Jeff Seid’s workout routine and diet:
Height: 6’0 | 183cm
Weight: 210lbs | 95kg
Age: 23 years old
Birthday: 12th of June, 1994
Owner: SeidWear Fitness Apparel
Birthplace: Renton, Washington USA
Accolades: 2013/2014/2016 Mr Olympia Men’s Physique Competitor
When it comes to Jeff’s routines, he tends to use a lot of super-sets. With most exercises, he will aim for 10-12 reps on the first set, and gradually drop the number of reps to 6-8 on the last set.
He also makes sure to hit either calves or abs within each workout; normally right at the end of the workout, for roughly 10-15 minutes.
When it comes to nutrition, the old-school bulking and cutting methodology is Seid’s chosen way of progression.
Jeff Seid’s Workout Routine
Before we get into the details of Jeff Seid’s workout routine, it’s important to mention that he is always switching his routines up, in attempt to shock his muscles and focus on progressive overload.
The routine below is just one of the routines that he has seen great results from, and recommends others to try out. And naturally, with any workout routine, regularly switching things up is the key to growth and success.
Here is Jeff Seid’s recommended workout routine:
Since Monday is ‘National Chest Day’, that’s what Jeff Seid’s workout routine consists of on the 1st day of the week. As well as some calve workouts at the end of the session.
Within this routine, the 1st and 2nd exercises are a super-set, as well as the 4th and 5th, and 6th and 7th.
Here is Jeff Seid’s chest routine:
- Incline Bench Press (4 Sets of 10, 8, 8, 6)
- Incline Fly’s (4 Sets of 10, 10, 8, 8)
- Cable Cross-Overs (4 Sets of 15, 10, 8, 8)
- Dumbbell Flat Bench Press (4 Sets of 10, 8, 8, 6)
- Dips (4 Sets to Failure)
- Incline Bench Machine (3 Sets of 10)
- Push-Ups (3 Sets to Failure)
- Pullovers (3 Sets of 15)
- Standing Calve Raises (4 Sets of 15)
- Donkey Calve Raises (4 Sets of 15)
- Seated Calve Raises (4 Sets of 15)