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Guy Cisternino is a former IFBB Pro Bodybuilder who has had a 2-decade history of competing at some of the toughest competitions.  Standing at just 5'5'' and 210 pounds he found his niche competing in the 212 weight class and was able to do very well.

Early life

Born in 1982 in New Jersey to Italian parents, he was pushed by his boxer father to excel in athletics. Guy's first passion was football, but quickly realized at his height he had a built-in advantage to become a great weight lifter and bodybuilder, which hurt him when it came to playing American football.  His dad bought him weights when he was in middle school and he began training at home.  When he was in high school he progressed to his high school gym where he found his gift for bodybuilding.

His first ever show he wanted to compete in was when he was 20 years old, but the show was canceled at the last minute.  Rather than give up, he found another show which was in West Virginia, so he got in the car with a cousin and drove 9 hours there to do the show. He won the novice class and open class but finished in 2nd place overall.

Competition history

Guy competed hard during the mid 2000's pushing to get his pro card. Finally in 2008 at the NPC Nationals, he took 1st place and earned a pro card.  He would go on to compete in over 35 major shows until 2021, mostly all in the 212 weight class where he did incredibly well.

The following competitions were all his 212 weight class finishes:

In 2011, he competed in the Mr. Olympia 212 class finishing 13th place. The next year in 2012 he got 7th place.

In 2014, he finished in 1st place at the Europa Dallas Pro Show and Toronto Pro.  He also finished 8th at the Mr. Olympia that year.

In 2015, he finished 1st at the New York Pro Show and 6th at the Mr. Olympia. Here he is posing at the 2015 NY Pro. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kVnWXL72FeY&ab_channel=MuscularDevelopmentMagazine

2016 was another great year for Guy, as he won the New York Pro show again and also won the Miami Muscle Beach Pro, while finishing 8th at Mr. Olympia.

In 2017, he got 4th place at the Arnold Classic USA and here is the video of him posing at that event. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PPdohQCovRI&ab_channel=GenerationIronFitness%26BodybuildingNetwork

His last Mr. Olympia was in 2020 where he got 10th place.



Guy decided to call it quits from competing in 2021 after the Texas Pro. Here is his full quote:

“I had a certain angel watching down. First, it was Dallas McCarver, then Luke Sandoe, and now John Meadows. I planned on retiring after Tampa Pro. I called Tyler Manion on the phone, ‘I’ve been doing this too long. I ain’t going out like that,” Guy Cisternino said, referencing his tie for 16th place at the Tampa Pro. “So if it taught me anything, it was that my goal tonight was to be the best 39-year-old bodybuilder I could be.”



Here is a video of him food shopping in New Jersey during COVID where he was unable to compete. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WiH_hS1lfW8&ab_channel=GuyCisternino

In the video, he buys apples, grapes, cauliflower, yogurt, eggs, tomato paste (for sauce), pasta, cereal, candy, ranch, cheddar, peanut butter, and some hard liquor.

He also says he has a garden at home where he grows squash, tomatoes, and other food.

While in competition he sticks to a generic 6 meal a day program including things like Chicken, rice, beans, almonds, steak, salad, and asparagus.

Almost dying twice

In 2011 he was involved in a major car accident which you can see the picture here>  https://www.instagram.com/p/BpzVPydHnFf/?utm_source=ig_embed&utm_campaign=loading

He was driving when a huge bucket truck made an illegal U-turn and cut him off causing him to smash into it. He was traveling in Long Island, NY on route 80 to do some sponsor gigs.  They told him if he didn't bodybuild and had the amount of muscle he did, he probably would have died.  His injuries included a broken thumb, broken ribs, herniated and bulging discs in his back, jaw, and neck injuries, and a torn knee.  He had to have surgery on all these injuries.

In 2020, he almost died again. He did a video from the hospital talking about how complications from COVID-19 caused him to end up with a blood clot in his leg, which is one of the side effects of the virus. https://www.instagram.com/tv/CAxx0PnnlGI/?utm_source=ig_embed&utm_campaign=loading  The doctors said had he not gone to the ER, he probably would have died if that clot had dislodged so he once again dodged death.



In 2021, Guy was working out his legs (hack squat) in a Texas gym with a camera crew filming him. https://www.youtube.com/shorts/VNl3crbwE9Q  During the video he became angry at a couple of young men who he felt were being loud and annoying near him.

During his set, he tells them "Guys, guys, guys, you gotta cut that shit out, not in front of me"

One of the young men responds "It's a public gym bro"

Guy yells back "Do it on the side, not in front of me"

The young man says something to him then Guy stops his set and tells him "Don't play games, I will go outside!" and charges the kid and says "Do it to the side that's all I am asking you!"

Many people who saw the video thought Guy was out of line bullying some kids who were just having a good time at the gym but Guy did not feel that way.  Guy felt like he was at the gym to be serious and that the kids were being loud and distracting to him.  The debate rages on to this day if he was justified in acting that way and what constitutes gym etiquette. What do you think?


Social Media

Guy has a steady social media presence. His Instagram has 350K followers where he posts a lot of videos on training, 'tough guy' comments, and pictures of himself posing.


One of his popular posts was him saying he doesn't care about anyone else opinions, including his friends and family, and that he is proud to be selfish and only cares about himself and his happiness.    https://www.instagram.com/p/Cr3eFvXPpjU/?hl=en

His youtube channel is small, but does have some older videos that are interesting, including his most popular one where he is getting a massage before the 2020 Mr. Olympia.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_F3_aCiJOxo&ab_channel=GuyCisternino

His most viewed video on all of youtube (not associated with his channel) is a motivational video with close to 1M views. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L6Od9GFNVtU&ab_channel=MAKAVELI%2aMOTIVATION

He also reps for Uprising Xtracts which he owns, Blackstone Labs, Team Gasp and Better bodies, and he offers coaching.


Steroid Use

Guy is no stranger to steroid use and has discussed them with other bodybuilders in videos.  Although he now claims to be just on TRT, he has used them many times so we can speculate on what a cycle may have looked like for him competing.

750mgs Test prop per week

1500mgs a week Trenbolone Ace per week

1250mgs Masteron Enanthate per week total

1250mgs Equipoise per week

150mgs Winstrol/day

80mgs Anavar/day

17IU's HGH/day

8IU's per day Insulin




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DISCLAIMER: The following article is for entertainment purposes, Guy Cisternino has not publicly admitted to using steroids and HGH as far as we are aware. His cycle is not a fact and it's our views on what he used and what steroids he took. This is for information purposes only.

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Steve Smi (Also known as Steve Smith), has over 12 years of experience in the bodybuilding and fitness industry. He's the co-Host of the popular Evolutionary Radio Podcast - over 500,000 listens! He has been a personal trainer and writer for the last 10 years with over 1000 articles written. He's been a moderator on forums for over 10 years. Steve holds the following certifications and records: NASM Personal Trainer NASM Fitness Nutrition Specialist Florida Local Powerlifting champion Top writer for 2019 Fitness rated

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