Jeremy Buendia is now a 4X Mr. Olympia Physique Champion after winning it again this past summer. Buendia was not afraid to predict he would win it, putting out a motivational video (called I will be 4X Mr. Olympia) ahead of the competition featuring him working out, eating food, and talking about cars:
He is 5'8" and around 165 pounds (offseason weight is 195 pounds), and he was born in October of 1990.
Buendia was born in California, near Sacramento in a quiet town. His father was also a bodybuilder and athlete, which gave him a nice bridge into all sports, especially football. Even with his short height, Buendia would play linebacker, dealing with a lot of injuries his senior year in high school. These injuries led him to turn his competitiveness solely to weight training and bodybuilding. As a result, Buendia would be in his late teens when he came in 6th at the 2008 INBF Capital City Championships.
He took a break from competing to focus on building a body and sculpting it so he would win the next go around. Two years later he did just that, winning the 2010 Contra Costa, and finishing a strong 3rd at the 2010 NPC CA State Bodybuilding Championships.
Buendia had set his sights on a pro card, so he once again took time away from competing to sculpt his body with 100% focus. He easily won the 2013 NPC Junior USA Championships and now had his pro card to pursue bigger dreams. After winning some smaller competitions including the IFBB Sacramento Pro, Buendia came in 2nd at the 2013 Men's Physique Mr. Olympia. The Mr. Olympia is considered the ultimate prize that competitive bodybuilders dream about, and although the physique side of it doesn't get as much attention, it still is a tremendous honor to win it. Despite 2nd place, Buendia was not happy and vowed to win it the next year.
Mr. Olympia Physique
Buendia would live up to his potential winning the 2014 Men's Physique Mr. Olympia. He would win in 2015, 2016, and again recently in 2017, making him a 4X winner in a row and cementing him as the best physique bodybuilder of the 2010's so far. You can watch a video with the top 5 finishers:
Like all young fitness celebrities, Buendia has grown his brand via social media and makes money from personal training programs, Ebooks, and apparel. He also has a membership for 'behind the scenes' information. You can check out what he has to offer on his website: jeremybuendiafitness.com
His social media platform on Instagram has over a million followers https://www.instagram.com/jeremy_buendia/?hl=en. On it, he has his progress pictures, other fitness celebrities, promotes supplements, and has before/after photos of his clients.
His youtube page is here: https://www.youtube.com/user/jeremybuendia/videos. He likes to post videos of his workouts, his life, and other motivational things like vlogs and transformations.
His most popular video is a long video of him and his trainer, Hany Rambod who also trains Phil Heath, training chest and biceps. The video has received 2M views thus far:
Another popular video which received almost the same views is similar except they train shoulders and triceps this time:
Buendia follows a typical cookie cutter bodybuilder meal plan of balanced small meals containing lean protein, complex carbs, and good fats.
He loves sweet potatoes and oats as his complex carbs, avocado and peanut butter as his fats, and fish/chicken as his lean protein. He also throws in green veggies with every meal. An example of breakfast would be egg whites with oats. Dinner would be fatty fish with salad and avocado. He has zero cheat meals during prep.
Buendia says he doesn't really use many supplements, just a protein powder and sometimes a fat burner.
Buendia loves to do high-intensity cardio rather than something like a stationary bike or stair climbing. He likes sprinting as his #1 cardio choice for 30 minutes total, and feels like he gets the most bang for his buck with that type of cardio.
He follows a split routine with his workouts.
A routine that has been published featured him doing a split of day 1: push, day 2: Core, day 3: Pull day mostly arms, day 4: Lower Body, day 5: Pull upper body, day 6: Lower body. He has 1 day off only which is usually a day on the weekend where he can spend more time with his family and friends.
Buendia has never publicly admitted to using steroids from what I have seen, but there are rumors circulating on the internet that he was once caught selling steroids to an undercover cop in his younger days. Though, many of his fans get upset when he is called out for using steroids on the internet. The bottom line is to win the Mr. Olympia physique you are going to use what you need to use to beat your competition. Only a naive person would believe he is natural; however, this does not mean just taking steroids will make you look like Buendia. He has amazing genetics, a strong work ethic and focus. (this is my view of what the cycle could be*)
This is a stack he would use leading up to his competition *:
- 600mg Testosterone Enanthate/week (stopping it 2-3 weeks before his competition)
- 1000mg Masteron Enanthate/week
- 600mg Trenbolone Enanthate/week
- 100mg Anavar/day
- 100mg Tbol/day
- Cardarine 20mg per day
- DNP 600mg per day (Contest preparation)
- Diuretics leading up to show
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*DISCLAIMER: The cycle above is our opinion on what Jeremy Buendia could have used, this is for information and entertainment purposes only. There is no proof Jeremy Buendia used steroids. All information expressed is per 1st amendment rights, this article is in compliance with all legal articles of free speech. It's the personal view of what could have been used.
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