Nick Walker, the IFBB Pro League athlete known as “The Mutant,” has been making waves in the bodybuilding world with his impressive physique and recent victories. In a recent YouTube video, he shared his best practices for working out and discussed his plans to maintain his physique like bodybuilding legend Jay Cutler has in retirement.
According to Walker, “It’s all about time under tension” when it comes to his intense training regimen. He believes that maintaining a physique like Cutler’s in retirement is achievable with dedication and consistency in his training and nutrition.
After finishing fourth at the 2020 Chicago Pro, Walker went on to have a dominant season in 2021, with victories at the New York Pro and Arnold Sports Festival. He made his Mr. Olympia debut that year and placed fifth. In 2022, he improved his rank to third place and won the Olympia People’s Champ award.
As for Walker’s long-term plans, he envisions maintaining a physique similar to Cutler’s in retirement, which he sees as achievable with consistent training and proper nutrition. With his dedication and impressive track record, it’s clear that Walker is a force to be reckoned with in the bodybuilding world.
In a recent YouTube video, IFBB Pro League’s Nick Walker shared his best tips for working out. Unlike many bodybuilders who prioritize lifting heavy weights, Walker focuses on maximizing time under tension to achieve optimal muscle growth.
He revealed that he uses machines more frequently than free weights, as he believes they are more effective at targeting specific muscle groups. He also prefers to perform slow and controlled reps, which he finds more challenging than pumping out fast reps.
Walker also shared his plans for maintaining a muscular physique after retiring from the sport. He praised former bodybuilding legend Jay Cutler for maintaining a jacked physique after retiring and expressed his desire to follow in Cutler’s footsteps.
He emphasized his passion for training and eating healthy and intends to continue doing so after retirement. However, Walker will face intense competition from other standouts, including Samson Dauda, Andrew Jacked, and former two-time Mr. Olympia champion Mamdouh ‘Big Ramy’ Elssbiay in his upcoming competitions.
Despite the competition, Walker remains confident in his abilities and is ready to showcase his best physique yet.