Omar Isuf is not your typical social media fitness star, instead, he looks like a normal 'joe' who you would see at the gym. He also doesn't have the cocky meathead attitude that other guys have, instead he is modest and admits he isn't anything special. This has helped make him one of the more popular and respected guys in the industry.
His stats are a modest 5'9" and 180 pounds with body fat in the mid-teens, and he's Canadian. He focuses mostly on strength training in the gym, and he has solid a 500+ pound squat, with a 350-pound bench PR.
Omar loved many sports growing up including baseball and soccer. As he got older though, he started getting lazier as his education got more time-consuming. While he was in college, one of his old buddies from high school challenged him to a sprint and Omar got trounced, this made him realize it was time for a change.
He started hitting his college gym and started networking with other lifters for advice, to gain as much knowledge as he could.
Social media and websites
Omar was able to transform himself over the course of 3 years from completely out of shape, to looking pretty good. He started up his own social media channels where he posted up his training, transformations, and humorous videos.
His Instagram page: https://www.instagram.com/omarisuf/?hl=en and facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/chefbuff/ has 250K followers. This is where he likes to post funny pictures and weight training videos.
His youtube channel is his biggest social media platform with 700K subscribers: https://www.youtube.com/user/OmarIsuf/videos
His most popular videos have millions of views. His top video has 3.5M view , where he goes over the 4 worst muscle building workout mistakes:
Another inspirational video was his 3-year natural body transformation video:
Omar announced back in November he was being forced to close his supplement company due to a trademark dispute with an Italian company:
Omar does have an apparel company raskolapparel.com/ and is involved with a training website kizentraining.com.
Omar likes to train for strength most of the year and will focus in on 3 rep sets. The other times of the year he will focus more on hypertrophy with high reps. His routine that likes to recommend to normal 'joes' like him are a 5-day split routine.
An example is day 1: Back, day 2: Legs, day 3: Push, day 4: Pull, day 5: squat day. This is a very simple split routine that new lifters can follow and get tremendous results with consistency.
Omar says the most important lifts to gain a strong foundational base are militaries, deadlifts, squat, and bench press. He never recommends anyone new to the gym start off with isolation lifts.
Omar has no problem with flexible dieting or IIFYM. IIFYM stands for 'If It Fits Your Macros', and means you can eat what you want during the day as long as it fits the number of calories, fats, carbs, and protein you need.
Omar typically has 4 meals per day:
- His first meal is a fruit, veggie and oat shake.
- His 2nd meal is a half dozen eggs, fruit, and some whole grain bread.
- His 3rd meal is the cookie cutter chicken, rice and veggie meal.
- His 4th meal is meat and potatoes, with some avocado. If his meals do not have fat, he will add coconut oil or butter to it.
Omar also has no issues with using protein powder, creatine, and amino acids. He also pushed a pre-workout he developed before his supplement company was closed.
Omar posted a video mocking anyone who thought he was using steroids because he admits he doesn't look that good:
The sad reality is that most guys who use steroids actually don't look that good. Omar is actually pretty strong for his size and his average genetics, so it is perfectly logical that he probably uses something. A simple cycle he probably blasts with is:
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*DISCLAIMER: The cycle above is our opinion on what Omar Isuf could have used, this is for information and entertainment purposes only. There is no proof Omar Isuf used steroids or any drugs. All information expressed is per 1st amendment rights.
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