Justin Compton – Bio and Competition History

 

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Don’t Forget about Justin Compton

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IFBB Pro Bodybuilder Justin Compton Trains Arms Prepping for Golden State

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Justin Compton’s GIANT Shoulder Workout For Massive Delts

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RBP Ep.10 Justin Compton 8000 Calorie A Day Offseason?

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JUSTIN COMPTON COMEBACK??

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Justin Compton Bio and Competition History Justin Compton is an IFBB professional bodybuilder who began his career at just 15 years old when he first started weight training. Three years later, he entered the sport of bodybuilding. After winning his first show, he realized that bodybuilding is what he always wanted to do. Justin Compton: Date of birth: 15 May, 1988: Country of birth: United States: Country of residence: United States: Height: 1.73 m (5 ft 8 in) Weight (contest) 93 kg (215 lbs) Weight (off season) 102 kg (225 lbs) Occupation: Bodobyuilder, Engineer: Pro-debut: 2012 NPC Nationals: Best contest win: 2016 Mr.

Olympia – 10th place. Justin is now carrying 100+lbs of muscle more than when he started training 9 years ago. He believes that dreams can be acheived if your set you have the mind and determination to make them happen! Justin’s Competition History on the Road to Earning IFBB Pro Status: 2007 NPC Northern Kentucky 1st place Teen 2007 NPC Monster Mash 2nd Place Junior. Ice Cube, byname of O’Shea Jackson, Sr., (born June 15, 1969, Los Angeles, California, U.S.), American rapper and actor whose membership in the seminal gangsta rap group N.W.A gained him acclaim and launched his controversial but.

He was born and raised in Compton, California and attended Artesia High School in Lakewood, California. After a successful stint as an all-league football player in high school, he went on to study and play football at Compton Community College. There, he was an All-American football player and an academic All-American. He beat Portugal’s Francis Obikwelu and defending champion Maurice Greene in 100m sprint with a time of 9.85s, the third fastest time taken in the history of Olympics, at the 2004 Summer Olympics to win the gold medal. N.W.A, in full Niggaz Wit Attitudes, American hip-hop group from Compton, California, whose popular, controversial music included explicit references to gang life, drugs, sex, and distaste for authority, especially the police.Its five core members were Eazy-E (byname of Eric Wright; b. September 7, 1964, Compton, California, U.S.—d.

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  • Justin’s then girlfriend cheated on him and he caught her. He tried to commit suicide and ate and whore bottle of aspirin and a bunch of other pain pills. He survived it but it put him into renal failure. He had a kidney transplant. The dude is NEVER coming back to bodybuilding. It would literally be suicide.

  • whys does the AD owner think diet drinks spike insulin. Was proved years ago that’s not the case. If I’m wrong I’ve love to see the study hes referring too

  • Jay, the older you are able to comeback to competition level the more people you will be able to inspire win or lose. Do it please, if not for yourself do it for us.

  • Love the new look man!!!! Makes you loook bigger too lol. Love ya man, very informative podcast! Lots of answers to lots of questions.

  • Justin is a great guy, loves bodybuilding, he needs to come back but come back slowly and smartly…Like most, he pushed to hard to fast…He Guest Posed for Chad and we hit it off, a gentleman, he was great to everyone competing and everyone who came to his booth.

  • Nick, advert at the start of this vid for me, for Nickelodeon. Thought you want to know, I know your trying to figure how they got their paid vids ets.

  • He was already on gear at 180lbs competition weight. And yet he added 60 lbs to his competition weight in 3.5 years. The quantity of ‘stuff’ needed to put on that much size must be astronomical. Steroids/GH/Insulin are not a free ride. Sooner or later, you have to pay the piper.

  • Good to see him back. Funny i’m watching this vid the day after having shoulder surgery myself. Justin makes some good points regarding shoulder health.

  • Yea sure buddy,” shoulder problems ” another fitness industry compulsive liar. Everyone knows he had serious drug complications and organ damage. Anyway, got a loooooong way back to Ifbb stage buddy and a lot more drugs kid. Good luck.

  • Hey YouTube viewers we have shoulder problems, so what we re going to do is 2-5 rep range widow maker reps. And the 2:30 sets in and out went right out the window in a hurry HahHaha. Camera brings out the ego in everyone I guess

  • the ambient background music is really getting in the way! It’d be easier to watch if it was removed. Still loving the content tho

  • Wow we actually get a reason as to why he shut it down. Shoulder problems. I mean we’ve been wanting the answer to this forever and boom here it is.

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  • I was never a pro body builder and never worked out for years on years.. But I will say I had a similar situation with infection / adverse effects from drugs and I get sick much more easily now than I did when I worked out previously.. Body just doesn’t handle the load like it used to and it doesn’t feel like il ever be in that condition again.. Maybe it’s a mind over matter thing I don’t know.. But I wish Justin the best of luck.

  • My TRT dose is a 100mg a week, I (also) laugh my ass off when I hear other people say “yeah my TRT dose 400mg” or sometimes I hear 500mg or 600mg haaaa! c’mon man let’s be a little realistic. That’s just 1 continuous cycle.

  • I was hoping you would ask him, what if he had done the two a days, but not gone quite so hard on the volume, if it would have maybe given him more longevity. Justin Compton though wow

  • After watching this video I’d love to hear Justin’s opinion on Eric Kanevsky and his recent videos about what he took in his prep and off season. Another idiot taking ridiculous amounts of gear but looks like absolute shit because he has no clue what he’s doing and he trains like a pussy

  • How about asking Justin why he crashed and burned in the IFBB and the lesson learned for young dudes. He was on track to be a top 3 guy or better even FAST and all of a sudden he retires. It was talked about how he pushed too hard too fast.

  • God I miss this guy. Justin was the only mass monster who I found appealing. Happy he is healthier and things are going well for him.

  • Damn, this was amazing content, as always. Thx Fouad, it’s really interesting to see the insights of the high level bodybuilding life, and we can see that you get exited as well, it’s that good! Keep ’em coming!

  • 1:03:40 was just epic way to end it! I workout at an anytime fitness too, they suck. Nobody goes hard. His situation is exactly like mine so close so similar I thought he was talking to me lol but now I feel a lot better about what I’m doing and you still can do it even if your all in your own, no trainer/ coach/ or workout buddy.

  • Seems to be switched on. I wonder if he left bodybuilding due to the issues with Dallas, both young bodybuilders gaining big time in a short space of time.

  • You guys have no idea what Tony Hughes is about. Sorry. He doesn’t take a ton of stuff. He just experiments for short periods. Normally what he does it pretty moderate.

  • That was great, would of loved to have heard the reason behind the big disappearance right smack in his prime when he was slated to be the next Jay!?????

  • Hi Nick. Again amazing video. This guy has the physique and the gains in just 3.5 years is unbelievable. Did you make this video before Olympia and just posted it today coz you said 6 time Mr O. Phil “Buble gut” Heath.