Live Large | Jay Cutler Living Large | Mass-Building Workouts, Training Tips, Nutrition Plan | Ep 1

Live Large | Jay Cutler Living Large | Mass-Building Workouts, Training Tips, Nutrition Plan | Ep 1

[music] [music] I always say to people about
the mentality of a bodybuilder, you have to have–something has
to be triggered inside of you. You can’t be normal. [music] You know, you have to have
that satisfaction of never being satisfied because you
always want to be better. You always want
a better physique. You have to push yourself
beyond limitations. You look at some guys that
potentially could be the best physiques in the world but they
don’t have the mental capability to push themselves. Mentally, you have to be,
I think, a little crazy. [music] You don’t understand
the benefits of being a normal person ’til you look at someone
like me, who, you know, can’t buy clothes off the shelf, can’t
eat normal places to eat, can’t ride in certain size cars, can’t
ride in certain size airplane seats, going to hotels overseas
staying in small beds, trying to fit in small showers. It’s hard to shop, it’s hard
to go out to eat, it’s hard to travel. So I mean, when
you’re 290 pounds, it’s very difficult
to do a lot of things. You know, you’re so abnormal, I
mean, as compared to what people are used to seeing, people laugh
’cause they just never see anyone so huge, you know. It’s hard to hide it. And I’m, you know, I don’t
wear big baggy clothes. A lot of times, I wear more
form-fitting stuff and, you know, people don’t–
it’s not the norm. You have certain places where
you grow up and you’re like, “I want to be there.” I mean, this is one
of those places. I came to Vegas for
the first time in ’97. I fell in love
with it, you know? And that was before it was built
up even the way it is now. But what other place can you go
and 24 hours a day you just wake up and decide I want to go do
this or I want to go do that? Like, I want to eat. I want to go work out. I want to go see
a movie, you know, I want to go to the supermarket. I want to go eat at this
restaurant, you know? It’s just–you can do anything
you want, pretty much. You can have sushi
’til 6 in the morning. I don’t know any place in
the world really that does that you know, on a consistent basis
that you can do that stuff. I like the fast tempo of Vegas. I couldn’t live in
a slow environment. People always ask me, “Are you
ever gonna move back to–” I could never go back to
the slow pace, you know? People ask me, “How do you
train and focus in Vegas when there’s so many outside
things pulling at you?” And I think that I thrive on
that, I love to be able to know that most people can’t do that. I mean, I love to be able to
have that at my fingertips even though I never take
advantage of it. It gives me more drive, being
in a place that’s so actively just crazy and I’m still
so focused on what I do. It’s kind of like the opposite
thinking a little bit, you know? Here we are. What’s up, guys? What up? What’s going on, man? All right, pull ups. Shirts off. Kelly, you’re getting
all swelled up. Got to do something
for the Olympia. Got to put
in the back of my head. Jay Cutler, trainer. Yeah, it’s been over
a couple some months. So we’re taking
it down again? Just like we did last time? Yeah, and you’ve got
to shave my face too. Keep it tight? Yeah, yeah. Just a little tight, you know. Tight at the bottom,
nice and clean, like. Like a taper, right? You know, I find myself
nowadays I don’t even touch my hair in the morning. I get up. That’s what my hair looks like. Then I jump in the pool. Traveling and being Jay Cutler, it’s not an easy thing. Everywhere you go, you’re
noticed and, of course, you’re in demand. People say, “What do
you do for a living?” I said, “I eat, sleep,
and train and that’s it.” I kind of joke like that because
it does seem like that a lot of times but there is some
fun built in there. But I never looked at myself and
said, “I’m so obsessed,” because I always seem to have some sort
of balance in there and I always realized that this is a career
and, obviously, if you go at it full tilt all the time, you’re
gonna burn yourself down so you have to set a certain
pace for yourself. To the point where you’re
continually moving forward and being great. Very good or you want
something else on top? No, that’s good, right. It’s good. Want some gel? No, no, no. I’m gonna take a
shower and clean up. The Olympic chair. Larry, I need your help. What’s going on with the shirts? I just called
Kevin, actually. So he is gonna call me back. Everything should
be done this week. I know, but “this
week” meaning what? Tomorrow,
Wednesday the latest. I would, honestly, I
believe they’re done. Usually, like, I
show up at, like– When he wants to. Between–no, 9 and 10. When he wants to show up. Nine and ten. I don’t– It depends if he goes
out the night before. No, I don’t even
go out anymore. I just work at night, that’s it. Every day it’s
different, you know? I say, “Pay this bill.” Okay, you’ve got to call these
people and, you know, it’s, literally I sit in the kitchen
and I scream to him, “Hey,” you know, “do
this, do that,” you know? So he’s trying to do a job that
probably takes three or four people and, for a 21-year-old
kid to be able to do that, like, I mean, it takes
a lot of his time. He works 6 days a week at
least, you know, sometimes 7. You know, when you think
you’ve seen someone work hard, like, “Oh, man, he works hard.” And then you meet someone like
Jay and you’re like, “This is a whole
‘nother ball game.” You know, it’s not like we’re
operating a huge operation over here. I mean, running out of my house
and my garage and, yes, there’s a lot of space but, you know, we
have day-to-day things that we need to get done and I’m
only home on certain times. I traveled this year extensively
and we had 1 or 2 days to get stuff done when I was home and
we rely on other people and it’s impossible to do that so
we try to do everything, you know, on our own. What did I overnight that? I never overnight anything. I know you like
to spend money, dude. I see how much it cost. It cost 35 bucks to
send a damn poster. No, it doesn’t. What are you talking– It cost you 35 bucks
to have one poster cost. No, it didn’t. I saw it. Did I not see it? I saw it. No it didn’t cost me $35. I’ll show you right now. What did I say about
that poster that day? Don’t lie. Yeah, I did see
that it said that. Oh, you said that
I have no choice. That’s what they choose. Whoa. What day–was it a
poster in a large box? No, it’s a poster. By itself? Yes. And it cost $35? Yes. Okay, I’ll pull it up right
now and if it’s $35, then you can have my check. You can have my whole check. It’s gonna come
out of your pay. Don’t start, Monique. I’m in a bad mood that even
Larry said I came out in a bad mood this morning. And that’s the thing, you run
with the crew and there’s time when we play and there’s
time when we work. And this is all business now. I mean, this is–I admit
half my life is play time, three-quarters of my life is
play time but when it comes down to get the business and
the business is now, I mean, there’s no–we have
no time for fun. You know, I’ve been
a four-time champ, you know, and I’ve been 6-time runner-up and I’m the greatest
bodybuilder ever. There’s no question. I feel that I’m the greatest. I still want to compete at my
best even at the age I’m at and, you know, people say
“past your prime.” I mean, I don’t know if
there’s any past your prime. When I’m still competitive you
don’t want to think about that. You’re not gonna go and do a
show and say, “Well, I’m past my prime, I’m just doing it for
the, you know, just to stand up there.” That’s not how an athlete or a
champion bodybuilder, you know, trains for a
competition or things. They always want to think about
winning and being the absolute best. [music] There is no
failure at this point. I mean, I’ve done it all. There’s never gonna be a day
that passes that I’m gonna step out and people are gonna–aren’t
gonna know who Jay Cutler is. I don’t see it ever happening. Ron, what’s up? Oh, no… I’m back in Vegas for the week
and I think Dave’s coming next–this coming weekend. He’s gonna shoot some training
stuff and then I shoot with Bernell next week, I
think, for some features. Hey, what’s the name of that
pizza place next to Kyzen? I like more lounge-type
places like Hyde Lounge at Bellagio. Monique? Or Tryst at the Wynn. No, I don’t go to strip clubs. I got a stripper
pole in my bedroom, I don’t need strip clubs. [music] You know, when you
have, like, you know, 30-something-inch thighs
and you’ve got, you know, 22-1/2-inch arms and you’ve
got a 19-inch neck and a broad shoulder, it’s difficult to find
things other than tank tops and shorts. Everything’s custom. I mean, I can’t fit
into normal sleeves. Obviously, the dress shirts are
tailored, you know, like, the button-up shirts. My suit jackets, I think, are 58
or 60 or something like that. I mean, it’s crazy. If you look at what’s
considered an ideal drop to a manufacturer of suits,
it’s a 6-inch drop. That’s the difference between
your chest and your waist. I’ve got some guys that, you
know, are fairly serious bodybuilders and they’ve
got a 10-inch drop. And Jay has 20. It kind of defies the physics of
what you can do with fabric, you know, in a constructed sense
to go from here to here. Right, Jay, you
ready to go to work? I won’t stop
and tell you now. I’ll remember. Okay. Fifty-four and you
were fifty-seven. That’s a big difference. Feet together. Wow, that’s about
5 inches less, Jay. That’s pretty serious. I won my first Olympia
heavier than I weigh right now. I was competing against
Ronnie, you know, at 273. I mean, when I came back
and won in 2009 I was 254. It’s all illusion, you know? Thirty-seven. Actual thigh, twenty-nine. Nineteen. Go ahead and flex. Twenty-one-and-a-half. You’ve lost a lot of weight
so we’re gonna be doing some different things here. This thing’ll be full
by the end of the day. Yeah, it’s hard to hide it. You know, that’s the one thing
about being a professional bodybuilder, is where other
people can hide, you know, athletes, unless they’re,
like, real, real famous faces. You just can’t
hide the physique. I mean, and the thing is is,
like, you know, a lot of bodybuilders change from
on-season to off-season. Like, I don’t
change a whole lot. I’m pretty much visible. The hair’s the same, the face
stays the same, you know? And you know, I’m a unique look
for a lot of the bodybuilders, you know? You know, there’s not a lot of
huge, you know, big, blond, white guys, you know? Oh, look at all those zits. I’m gonna pop ’em after. How bad has it
grown in now. My God. Bad? You’re like a Chia pet. You know, I never had hair on
my back until I started shaving, you know that? When I got ready for my first
show when I was 18, it’s like when I started shaving my back,
it’s like I turned into a gorilla. Larry told me to do Nair. Less fuss. I’m gonna tell him he
has to shave my armpits. Yeah [laughing] Hey, Larry! I need your help. Larry! Dude, I need you to
shave my armpits. Oh, no. God, you’re good, she’s good. You sure? Yeah. No, look at my armpits. There’s nothing in there. And my lower
back, you did too? You know, when you’re my size
you never think you’re small. Like, I like the way I look now. You know, I’m always in decent
shape and I always check myself out. I never look at my face though. I mostly look at the physique,
you know, and flex the abs and, ha, ha. Ah, ah, right there. As you’ve seen
the progression in almost 50 years of bodybuilding in
the Mr. Olympia Competition, you know, we saw the days of
Arnold where they weren’t so conditioned or so big and
nowadays, I mean, the guys are so big, they’re so conditioned. There’s so many variables and
bodybuilding has become so scientific and trying to tune
the body into, you know, show the best conditioning
with the most size. Ah, am I getting too big? You know, bodies aren’t made
to be as strong as I guess that Mr. Olympia competitors become. [rifle firing] [laughing] [music] Jay, man, I’m gonna give you
a safety briefing before we go on the range. We’re gonna treat every gun as
if it’s loaded at all times, even if you know it’s unloaded. Always keep your trigger finger
off the trigger ’til you’re on target and ready to fire. And always keep the gun
pointed in a safe direction. Pretty crazy. If at any time, you hear
someone call out, “Cease fire,” please stop shooting. Take your finger off
the trigger, put the gun down on the counter and step
back away from it. Put your body weight forward. It helps you to
absorb the recoil. [rifle firing] You’re a gangster. I know. Single shot, full auto. [rifle firing] [pistol firing] You can never teach
anyone training advice. It’s always the business. ‘Cause everyone wants
to make the money. They want to be a superstar
and look like a superstar. The magazines expose you as
a superstar because you’re featured with the muscles
and the look, you know, but financially they
want the back-up of that and that’s what I have. I have all the tools to create
that and a lot of people have come to me for that opportunity. Yeah, we may stumble but we
always land higher and get to where we need to be. Even when I was smaller, I hate
to say small but I’d look at these guys and still say, “I’m
still the best and still the greatest and still th6e
biggest name in bodybuilding.” Stack ’em is the show. Come on. Let’s go, Jay, come on. Suck it up, suck it up,
suck it up, suck it up. Mentally, you have to be,
I think, a little crazy. People approach me and they
say, “Jay, what’s the secret? What’s the secret?
What’s the secret?” I don’t like to eat anything. If you ask me what
my favorite food is, I don’t have a favorite food. I don’t look forward
to any meal at all. You’re a living legend, that’s what’s amazing
about what I do. Jay Cutler! And I tell you, Jay Cutler’s
the greatest of all time.

Daniel Yohans

100 thoughts on “Live Large | Jay Cutler Living Large | Mass-Building Workouts, Training Tips, Nutrition Plan | Ep 1

  1. Truly Magical says:

    Ya Arnolds days they were hot now theyre freaks

  2. Baker4life777 says:

    I remember watching this summer of 14 when I first starting working out, I was 145 cross country runner with a dream to get big. Eating mounds of rice and chicken using a Forman grill. That year I turned into 178lb of muscle. People like Kai Greene inspires me. Now I’m a consistent gym goer 6x per week and confident in my body 😉

  3. Jake Carr says:

    Damn he got big after leaving the league

  4. Tactical Popsicles says:

    Is he vegan

  5. Himanshu Tiwari says:

    The GREATEST of all time


  6. Hammerhead 23 says:

    He looks gross lol

  7. Ken Free says:

    Bodybuilders look like IDIOT.

  8. kodye whobrey says:

    Man just the way he was talking in the car he just seems so lonely. And him going to a barber shop where he knows everyone. It's like he is paying to have friends

  9. Tj J says:

    Jay’s a prick

  10. indonesia damai says:

    Now jay cutler 45 years old, and most of all bodybuilder will lose a lot of muscle after 50+ years, like ronie and arnold, if jay cutler still looking awesome at 50+ and he will be the best bodybuilder all the time.

  11. Logan Kanekoa says:

    So fucking boring and i love it!!!

  12. Lewis Webster says:

    Full time jobs shaving his back it’s that big

  13. Marcos says:

    “I’m the greatest bodybuilder ever”
    Great mindset
    But, Ronnie is numero uno

  14. aden gouled says:

    very humble

  15. brookelynnnnz says:

    Nyc has all that shit 24 hrs big jay

  16. Legend Ausk says:

    Imagine working your entire life to look like a curvy ass potato

  17. Chris Kindler says:

    he is so full of himself

  18. Yuzz Playz says:


  19. 🇺🇸 Frédéric DEWITTE 🇫🇷 says:

    Jay the Great! 👍

  20. Basketball Player says:

    Poor guy doesn’t feel normal…than don’t spend your entire life in the gym tf..

  21. Thiago F says:

    Camera shows a sign where you can read "Pain Relief Center"

    Than it cuts to a 2 minute video of pain.

  22. 南雲Haruya says:

    Yea, I'm sure life must be so hard, making millions for looking a certain way. People will have a victim complex about everything these days, even when they have all this luxury.

  23. Bwh3200 says:

    How do you manage booze and staying in shape??

  24. de'an Miracle says:

    I bet the helper is banging his wife. Dude probably can't even get s hard on. And he look gross at the same time.

  25. de'an Miracle says:

    Can't even whip his own back. Bruh you are gross af. And you probably can't whip your ass. Just gross. And ugly

  26. bobo says:

    Even this guy's sunglasses smell like fart

  27. titus flavius says:

    this guy isn't to high on himself !! Coleman is still the best ever

  28. Elliot Wise says:

    the best bodybuilding documentary of all time!

  29. Poop Shoot says:

    Great video, great human being, absolute monster, but not the best, Arnold is the GOAT and always will be.

  30. maksim lukjan says:

    Haircut, there is mothing to cut..

  31. Rob Sanchez says:

    Wait? Ever? Arnold?

  32. Francisco Rodriguez says:

    just close your eyes at 13:50

  33. JackNatti says:

    Is that Kerry shaving his back?

  34. Nutri - Gains says:

    Nutrition plan?


  35. Tyler Keller says:

    Sorry, but Arnold had a better physique. Granted, Cutler is absolutely massive and he is a top tier bodybuilder. But to me, Arnold just had the absolute perfect body. Cutler is huge, yes, but to me he just looks… gross. To me, Arnold looked like a Greek God. His performance in "Pumping Iron", which was his 7th Mr Universe title, he looked fucking spectacular.

  36. syuen artist says:


  37. Ev3nStev3n says:

    New York

  38. adolfus skooby says:

    He sounds like the joker

  39. VanHodewitz says:


  40. Mark Anthony says:

    vegas sucks bad

  41. Hisoka -san says:

    Greatest bodybuilder ever what a load of shit

  42. Allison Reece says:

    No, life as a bodybuilder is not the norm…and it is a choice to be that size.

  43. ayden mohan says:

    His description of Vegas is literally any old major city HAHAHA

  44. david cho says:

    1:06 jump scene…

  45. Logan Sullivan says:

    Your 5’10 280 you not THAT big

  46. Seb Boss Kurti says:


  47. Shi Na says:

    Respect from India

  48. Luke Motto says:

    Dude is like wreck it Ralph with a mohawk

  49. David says:

    Jay is a cool dude.
    Hello from London Ontario.

  50. Andro K says:

    this guy was getting his suit taylored like he was planning an assasination

  51. Lasse Kapunkt says:

    I never had hair on my back until i started taking testosterone…thats what i understand. But he said until i started esting vegan i think cause my english isn‘t that good 🤷‍♂️😄

  52. T F says:

    At 1:47 15.000 people died in japan

  53. Asim Shah says:

    Just like a beast not like a normal person

  54. TT Kgomo says:

    Best after Coleman. We know it and you know it champ!!

  55. Adil Labzioui says:

    إنهم رجال مكافحون و صبورن و صلب

  56. GreatVideo ! says:

    That Was The Best Cannon Ball Ever !!!!

  57. Zen Zen says:

    everytime he says ..people ask me …i am like yeah sure people ask you this …not

  58. Red Red Blue Music says:

    This guy sure does think highly of himself. He may be a great bodybuilder, but he could use a little humility. Ronnie Coleman is probably his equal or better in bodybuilding, but Ronnie beats Jay by a mile in terms of humility and grace.

  59. jah the says:

    Damn his ass must hurt from all the needles LOL!

  60. Jason Walmsley says:

    Not as strong as Eddie hall.🇬🇧

  61. Moogle says:

    Brian shaw: a"thats cute"

  62. Tea Garden says:

    He's so well-spoken.

  63. NAIMISH says:

    Larry become kuku of jay cutler

  64. FightWorldSlavery says:

    guys with huge hearts and livers die in their 40s, its just a fact.

  65. Jonathan Song says:

    It takes so much mental fortitude to stick myself with a needle

  66. Abdul Naeem says:

    That run was normal speed

  67. Nicholas B says:

    He wasnt this large when he was QB with the bears

  68. Amaniel Tekie says:

    As a Massachusetts native:)…..I am proud to say you’re a very humble and genuine Dude.
    You treat your assistant and everyone in general with such kindness.
    We wish you and your family much success .. even after bodybuilding…


  69. Rapture Ready says:

    LARRY!…..LARRY!……Come and shave my Balls!

  70. Gordon says:

    lol his haircut looks the EXACT same afterwards?!

  71. vegjeezy17 says:

    Monique is fine

  72. Ted Haas says:

    Jay, you should be taking 30-50 billion count 12 strain Pro-Biotics everyday (for the rest of your life) to get rid of the bloating stomach syndrome that so many older body builder are seen with. Also, beef will do that to you. Fish and chicken will keep that from happening and the protein is faster and readily available to your muscles almost instantly, where beef takes a lot longer to process and can take up to 2 months to digest. THAT, is what is tied up in your intestinal track what gives you that bloated effect. The high count Pro-Biotics will help get rid of it, as well as adding more fiber to your diet (get off the grits dude) and give you the stomach you once had 10-15yrs ago. Also food fungus's will reduce your good gut flora. Anything with Georgia type peanuts, like peanut butter for example, any corn products and ANY wheat products will do the same. They all have a high count of a food fungus. It's your enemy dude!

  73. Pear says:

    Living large and injecting hard

  74. NOOBZ says:

    Conditioning ??? Can’t even run for 1 min .


    His pool is probably a bit orange now 😂

  76. Ricky T says:


  77. BoltGaming says:

    Y’all really think he’s natty look at his traps and his shoulders Jesus Christ

  78. GREEN POWER fitness centre says:

    Will u help me to do bodybuilding. Because i have no money to buy a protien. If you dont mind….. please…… if you help me. I will do my level best for you company…

  79. John Marston says:

    8:57 Jay just called himself the greatest bodybuilder ever. Arnold be like bruh

  80. AverageLifter07 says:

    "I'm the best body builder of all time"
    You were very good for your time.
    Lee Haney had the most muscle, smallest waist, widest shoulders, and best conditioning of all time.
    Even in your time Ronnie, And Yates were better.

  81. seth neil says:

    Jay Cutler hates Jay Cutler

  82. imad usa says:

    his biceps are bigger than my whole head 🙄

  83. Kostas Zevlas says:


  84. Asian Lightning74 says:

    9:03 "im the greatest bodybuilder ever, theres no question" like bruh Arnold, franco, or even olivia

  85. Skip Bayless says:

    my nigga Jay Cake’d out

  86. Legendary XV says:

    *cough *cough

  87. Sam Bays says:

    Barney Rubble jumping into the tub

  88. Cavid Mamedov says:

    Hi. What is the name of music at 10:50?

  89. Mike Barnes says:

    Brad Castleberry is way better. He clearly doesb't use fake weights and has broken world records.

  90. DK THEMAN says:

    Is that his gf?

  91. Milwaukee Phil says:

    Jay Cutler most disciplined body builder ever

  92. Coads 1 says:

    1:47 you can see him wince from hitting those puncture points.

  93. The Gambler says:

    He's not natty guys he uses creatine

  94. BasedTarsier 361 says:

    I thought Jay Cutler the qb got jacked

  95. Dr. LA says:

    Che schifo

  96. spookybwi says:

    He should get monique as his girlfriend. The current one is so fake. But… As long as jay happy… He worked so hard to get what he had right now. Salute champ… But dont forget to get prenup

  97. MXIKO says:

    Was he running or walking towards the pool.

  98. SurgeTheUrge says:

    wtf, they have double chins and lift tiny bitch weights. is this synthoil?

  99. Naruto, cloak mode says:

    You think he has it bad look a brian shaw 😂

  100. Dorian Smith says:

    Pompous piece of trash. Arnold and ronnie are bodybuildings sweethearts. Fucking poser.

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