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Phil Heath

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It is a prominent bodybuilder originally from the city of Seattle, United States. He was born on December 18 of 1979. His life did not develop in the best environment; he was abandoned by his father and really never was a person who felt highly motivated by things in life, it was actually his mother who forced him to attend school and the university.

When he moved to Denver, that’s where he began his career in basketball. He tested his luck, but after seeing that the NBA did not call it, decides to change the basketball for weights, makes this decision in 2002 and is when he starts to attend bodybuilding shows. In months, he increased his muscle mass from 72 to 84 kilos, this gives him the necessary support to assist these bodybuilding shows and begins to acquire a physique that will give him the final step in 2005 to become professional and a member of the International Federation of Bodybuilding circuit in which he has more than 10 years.

Phil Heath

His career has always been strongly linked to Jay Culter because between these two has always been a fierce competition to see who is the best bodybuilder in the world? The rise of his career is something that could be considered meteoric.

In 2005, he had already won 2 titles of the NPC, and this for him was simply the beginning of his long and successful career. He always had a very clear goal, where he was going and not going to give up so easily, and this was simply to get the title of the IFBB Mr. Olympia.

For 3 consecutive years 2008, 2009, 2010 always manages to get in the top of the competition, and in 2011 he succeeds, the long-awaited title of Mr. Olympia, title which defends until today.

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Phil Heath

Phil Heath

Profession
Bodybuilder
Date of Birth
Dec 18, 1979(37 years old)
Nationality
United States of America
Height
5 ft 8 in (1.75 m)
Nicknames
The Next Big Thing
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