Justin Compton – Bio and Competition History


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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.

  • Love Your Interview�� with Some of the Best Bodybuilders ��️‍♂️…
    YOU are So Detailed with Your Interviews…
    Please try to get THE BLADE⚔!!! Dexter Jackson!!!!! BEFORE His Miami show..

  • 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.

  • have you done one on Frank Richards. I think he came back from serious injury, there is a video of his routine in the 85 O.

    I listened to him at our local gym as he did an appearance. He was brutally honest about steroids and how people need to find a doctor and take them under medical supervision.

    It was at that moment that the stereotypical dumb muscle man was dispelled.

    He was articulate and very knowledgeable on nutrition and exercise. His main point was that the training wasn’t difficult, it was the diet that was the difficult part.

    Very interesting.

  • Another great episode!! Next guest: Centopani, Josh Lenartowicz, Dante Trudel, Hanshaw, Branch Warren ��������. Keep them coming Fouad

  • He was known for getting too big too fast, just like Dallas. He was heading in the same direction as Dallas, but unlike Dallas, he took his foot off the gas and lived, otherwise he would have ended up like Kentuky fried Chicken. And if he’s smart he’ll stay away and be healthy.

  • GEAR was a huge mistake for a lot of us! I was talked into being the EVP with Kevin, Shawn and Liz. I remember meeting you and that one short guy we sponsored. That company was a mess! Do you still talk to Pete S?

  • Damn wasn’t expecting Justin Compton. Pretty sure a lot of ppl in the industry has forgotten about this guy who was potentially gonna be a top finisher at the Olympia…

  • What a lot of people nowadays don’t realize is that lots of old school bodybuilders would only be big and in shape for a contest and some of them only once a year. They would come off all gear for long periods and then would respond fantastically when they went back on. Their bodys did not have to be stressed by year round gear use.

  • How the hell do people still not understand its FOOD! THATS THE DAMN SECRET! Not drugs. Not crazy insulin. Lots of CLEAN Food with a LONG term comitment of consistency. 6000 calories 7000 calories 8000 calories and so on.

  • Huge RESPECT to both ( i follow both if you from day one, MR. COMPTON trough “his Trenches”(..) AND GOD BLESS YOU FOR KILLING THAT IDIOT OF “Tony (FUCKIN’WHEEAARE??) HUGE”,the dumbest of internet (!)Thanks You so much for any content and for strugglin kinda dumbass like that(let’s say”strugglin”,’CAUSE YOU WIN 1K TO ZEEERROO.�������� ��������

  • That’s why I dont take supplements. If these companies are that shady with the people they work with what do you think the give us to put in our bodies.

  • “If you hit failure that is heavy”. Finally my prayers have come true! Someone gets it! “I can use 30 pound dumbbell and go to failure with 35 reps”.

    YESSSS!!!!! BRAVO!!!! ��������������������������������

  • I’m really interested when these bodybuilders like Justin, Evan, and John meadows all talk about pushing calories that hard. I have a crazy appetite maybe not like Justin lol but is this a thing you can do if you’re natural to grow into the calories? Always a little confused by this because I want to do it because it seems like a common thing to get huge.

  • So glad you real IFBB guys calling out these pseudo-bodybuilders on youtube /ig ruining the sport!!! I cant stand those loser-idiots just trying to make $ off young naive kids!!!

  • GOD! such a breath of fresh air hearing the TRUTH about sponsorship and contracts. people need to know this stuff. it isnt all sunshine and rainbows out there

  • Another great interview Fouad, much respect for Mr. Compton; I’m now at the point with these that I get excited when I see new interviews… keep em coming HOSS!

  • Love the vids Fouad. I unsubbed from RXMuscle a few weeks ago because they were putting straight TRASH out and clickbaiting every damn video. Love your stuff bro. Keep it up!!!! Bodybuilding needs a good production like yours.

  • Fouad is actually just a bodybuilder/fan just like the rest of us asking the questions we all want to ask. Great perspective Fouad very relatable.

  • People really underestimate pros cycles. I’m not a pro but I respond off juice abnormally I’m sitting on 20 arms cold 28in thighs 230lbs around 12% body fat at 5ft8. I never take over over 800mg total of gear a week. The few of my friends who lift seriously could not keep up with me on gear. Some guys where better than me naturally and we both took gear and i passed them up. They started taking 1500mg a week and the quality was just not there with the size still. We use to talk and they thought I took more gear than I did but i told them the truth. We talked weight training, diets everything they did everything but could not achieve that bodybuilder look. They just looked like big guys at your local gym that are big but lack quality and the proportions and symmetry was not there plus they still could not achieve 20in arms. You guys can believe me or not but i seen it some guys like top pros do not need as much as you think. I never even took slin or hgh I imagine that some top pros take mild cycles with hgh and slin to take it to the next level which I can not attain cause I don’t have the money for hgh and i won’t take slin. Fuck it peace and stay healthy bros!!

  • Wow that interview was immense you get to know him a lot more rather than the pictures and videos from pro shows. Much respect for being open about his PED use.

  • Love the interviews! All real content! No BS!!! I would love to see Seth Feroce,Dave Palumbo and other no BS interviews. Keep up the awesome work you are doing and best wishes!

  • he looks like he is done with competition.. that grin says it all.. we only have him until he does not find another avenue..justin wont come back jast like predator..his goals are elsewhere..

  • Hanny and Justin never worked together.
    And Justin gave up body building because he had enough of the politics… Not because of illnesses.
    Justin had his house paid off and is very clever.
    He doesn’t need body building.

  • Great content. Do a posing series,a natural bb series, how to make bland food more tolerable series, health and prevention for gear-user series. Posing and muscle control is my biggest interest. Mohamed Makawy is my favorite.

  • Hoss! Massive fan! Your career your honesty and now your channel! I dont know how you could go about it but your guests’ audio is really ropey on some videos. Yours is spot on but they are hard to hear. Not a dig at you or your channel I just wnat to be able to hear the great content and I wnat you to achieve the success you deserve. You are already putting out some of the best content on youtube

  • He looks so much healthier now these days. He looks 5 years younger than he did 5 years ago, weirdly. I think he was pushing the gear super hard during his comeup and not so much now.

  • It would be nice to hear more about how he split those workouts up and how the workouts looked. I’d love to hear more about twice a day training and how you guys would set it up in regards to frequency, volume, intensity and splitting of bodyparts. You should get milos sarcev, scott stevenson, john meadows or maybe someone else that has a lot of experience with training twice a day.This was a pretty good podcast, but the first 20-30minutes was kind of boring to me. I love to the talk on training, diet, lifestyle and supplements though:)

    I would love to hear him back on again and talk more about how he used to traing and offseason vs prep in regards to both training and diet.

  • Bodybuilding is FAKE! As soon as you stop the drugs, the muscle goes away. Gee what a revelation!!! Listening to you is like hearing someone state the obvious over and over and OVER.

    Did you ever stop and think that just maybe these guys are broken down and want to try to extend what limited life they have left? Most of them actually look much better off the drugs. That said, you annoy me. Your Channel is pointless and promoting something that’s damaging to the youth of America.

  • I train at a gym in Kentucky where justin used to train regularly. It was always impressive how fast his body would change from week to week.

  • Hey fouad you made me laugh about the diuretic i new a guy who was 180lbs and took diuretic before going to a pool party to look lean

  • Almost 200k!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Fuck yeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee holly fuuuuuuuucking yeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeerrrrrrree 200kkkkkk

  • I remember first time i saw him at Fitness Solutions in Winchester ky. He was on the elliptical and he was huge i saw just his arm. Great dude talk to while he was winning his pro debut i was in Georgetown ky competing in a powerlifting meet and his friend was tracking him before we left for the night Justin had won and he and i both won our parts of the meet. I hope he does come back and in good health

  • He put on loads of muscle and fucked his body physiologically. If he tries to do that again he’ll wreck it more. Not sure why you don’t address the connection to his ability to put on size quickly and the fact he’s now ill!?

  • He had an infection in his colon which was sped up because of the gear he was on, he can never compete again Nick so don’t count on him coming back

  • Great podcast. I remember i was only guy with Dymatize nutrition for years getting a contract getting paid very well and treated great starting at age 21-24 then I saw everyone with muscle tech like yourself so I thought I’m missing out so I was dumb and switched. Was a big mistake was there 2 years was getting paid even though not a pro but then 2 years later is when they dropped everyone. I was doing well as a light heavy but too tall but had horrible coaching but was coaching clients that were doing amazing and was turning pro. I met Dave and he helped me age 24 and gave me a plan which at the time I thought was a lot of gear but wasn’t at all made great gains then switched to hany. Was suppose to turn pro 2011 nationals but got legal 2 weeks before show which judges found out about and hung me. After that I had few surgeries that put me back big time then I watched everyone else pass by me and prioritize my life different after then. But it was crazy non pro guys how they could make money but then some of my pro friends getting nothing. Anyways great job Fouad

  • No wonder he was sick because he was putting much mass so fast and we all know that you don;t put that clean mass fast by eating meat and chicken only….

  • my shoulders keep me from lifting anymore. I miss it. However i have been able to do pushups over the past month oddly enough. AND I do notice they are working. Makes me feel good. Maybe one day ill get to have something done to fix my shoulder issues..

  • I’ve always been a fan of his, he has great lines a great dense muscle belly’s, he will be back stronger than ever, look at what Denis wolf has been through and he’s back training hard, We need these types of pleasing physics on stage.

  • 6x Mr. Olympia lol ;)…. man JC is fkn badass. Don’t want to be a killjoy but is it really healthy at his age and all that muscularity, I just keep thinking of Dallas. Rip.

  • I always wondered why Compton retired when he was so close to becoming mr o. Was it due to health problems. The guy had an insane physic.

  • We need to stop putting these guys on a pedestals for gaining mass quickly when they are almost certainly using steroids/performance enhancers. Ok so there is maybe a genetic predisposition required to carry that mass and to handle all the training, roids, food, but we never get to know the full underlying situation. I realise it’s a cliche and people do things for different reasons but I don’t think we should be celebrating a performance which might just be down to one guy being willing to risk more gear than another.

  • He is reminiscent of Dennis Wolf, but with better arms and calves. He doesn’t have lats like Dennis though, he really needs to improve those and he could place much higher.

  • The only critiscism I would have of JC is his midsection always looks smooth, if he had thicker abs and more detailed serratus he would look more complete IMO

  • Awesome channel, Fouad you r doing a great job. And thank u guys for telling the truth about Tony Huge, he is gonna kill someone with his stupid ass ideas

  • Of course he is able to make a big boom comeback, but obviously only because, he does everything it takes for that procedure! No matter the consequences! In my opinion a lot of top bodybuilders were shocked by the death of Dallas Mc Carver, who was known for his ability to gain mass in a shprt period of time. They all abuse the same drugs and it has with the years become more and more overdosed, which means absolute madness. He is talented, no question, but is he also clever enough to leave the game now?

  • It all depends on how his body will react to the anabolic chicken. If he overused the juice and his body is burned up. it’s game over.

  • I like how u called phil a 6 times mr.olympia:’D Cause lets be honest guys he didnt deserve the win this year. anyways thanks for the video Nick im a big fan of your channel keep up the great work!!

  • it’s not the steroids that kill…..it’s the hgh and the insulin. But everybody wants this blocky, un-natural look today and so people are going to continue dying.Like dallas mccarver and rich piana.

  • Really appreciate your videos Fouad, is there a way for you to boost the audio somehow though? I always have to max the volume out to hear your guests.

  • how much are them cars in the U.S.? was it a corvette? everyone seems to have them there, they are pretty expensive here in australia

  • Fouad talking straight up as it is in bodybuilding etc / glad to see you started this in your channel

  • I’m a big fan of Justin Compton. He reminds me of Dennis Wolf but with much better calves and better arms. It’s when I saw him at the 2016 Golden State Pro that I knew he was going to have great success. Overall I think he has a very complete physique and I hope he gets back to competing asap! And as usual, awesome video Nick

  • FYI. The weighted stretching is Trundel’s variation of fascial stretching that John Parrillo developed in the mid eighties. More things change…..

  • I had heard that either part of his colon had been punctured, or had kidney issues. Have u heard of the same rumors? My opinion on compton, definitely top 3 olympia material if he comes back, stays healthy, and makes more progress. Only knock is his long torso imo. But no bubble gut lol

  • You have a good interview style Fouad structured but lose enough to be open to discoveries. One of the best bodybuilder interviews I’ve ever seen. Only thing I was disappointed with is we never got to hear from him why he quit the stage. And I have no idea why the ink turned red.

  • He is an arm dominant guy, he should stop those weighted pullups and start with the pullovers to pre exhaust his lats. I hope he will do good at the O!