Andy Heyer


I first got started during the summer of 1996. I played college baseball and used the summer mainly as a time to grow. As the season neared I would basically quit so I wasn't sore. I basically concentrated on cardio during the season. Since baseball is now finished, I have had a year and a half to really concentrate on maintaining and not starting and stopping. This time has helped me figure out my body, my workouts, and what my body is responding best to. I have never competed before, but plan on making the Natural Show in June, my first contest.Name: Andy Heyer
Height: 6'1"
Weight: 200
Residence: Boise, ID My Workout

My strategy for the next few months is going to be to grow as much as possible. I'm trying to take in as many clean calories as I can right now. I find that for me as far as growth is concerned my body responds but if I train each body part "HARD" once a week. My split looks like this:

  • Monday: Quads/Hamstrings
  • Tuesday: Back/Chest
  • Wednesday: Off - Cardio
  • Thursday: Biceps/Triceps
  • Friday: Shoulders/Calves - Cardio
  • Saturday: Off
  • Sunday: Off


I am currently getting good results from:


  • Bicep Blastin!

    Biceps are perhaps the muscle that receives the most attention when someone is observing a bodybuilder.

  • Supersets For Growth!

    What is a superset? A superset is performed when two exercises are performed in a row without stopping.

  • Forced Reps: Going Heavy!

    How important is it to go heavy? I suppose every bodybuilder is entitled to their own ridiculous opinion. In my opinion, it is the one thing that I am most consumed about throughout my workouts. If you want to grow, you gotta go heavy.