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Military Amateur Bodybuilder Of The Month - Jason Williams!

Jason has loved lifting weights since he was about 8 years old but didn't get serious until about 2004. He met up with a couple of buddies and decided they would try to compete together... Here's how he does it. Learn more.

Jason Williams

Vital Stats:

  • Name: Jason Williams
  • Email:
  • Age: 28
  • Height: 5'8"
  • Weight: 185 Lbs (Off Season) 154 Lbs (Contest)
  • Years Bodybuilding: 1

Military Background:

  • Branch Of Service: USAF
  • Years Of Service: 9
  • Rank: SSgt
  • MOS: 882 TRG UTM

How Did You Get Started?

I have always had a love for lifting weights since I was about 8 years old, but didn't get real serious until about 2004. At first I just wanted to get some size, and was too chicken to even think about competing, but then a couple years ago I met a couple buddies who were in good shape and we decided that we would try and compete together.

One of my buddies (Matt Robinson) was being trained by a guy out of Oklahoma, named Jeremy Minihan, who I was told was an excellent trainer. After watching my friend's body start to transform from day to day, I was impressed.

So, through a mutual friend, I started training with Jeremy as well, and have been hooked every since. This guy is the best; he provided me with all the training splits, and nutrition plans, as well as the most hardcore workouts I have ever had in my life.

I Have Always Had A Love For Lifting Weights Since I Was About 8 Years Old.
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I Have Always Had A Love For Lifting
Weights Since I Was About 8 Years Old.

I have competed in 2 shows and won 1st place as a lightweight at the Luke AFB Arizona Annual Bodybuilding Competition, and 1st place open-lightweight and overall in my first NPC show, The Total Package. If you would like to contact him please go to

Civilian Life To Military Life
What Is The Hardest Part?

To be honest it wasn't very hard for me. I grew up a military brat - my dad served in the USMC for over 23 years so I was used to moving and starting over.

The Biggest Obstacle In Leading A Military Lifestyle

Trying to balance work, training, and family time with my wife.

Workout Plan

    Day 1: Legs

    Day 2: Chest

    Day 3: Arms

    Day 4: Back

    Day 5: Shoulders

Jason Williams.
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Jason Williams.

Nutrition Plan


Future Bodybuilding Plans

Well my 1st goal is to qualify for Nationals, after that I move up to Welterweight for Nationals, and hopefully I can keep honing my skills until I achieve my dream of receiving my pro card.

Hopefully I Can Keep Honing My Skills Until I Achieve My Dream Of Receiving My Pro Card.
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Hopefully I Can Keep Honing My Skills Until
I Achieve My Dream Of Receiving My Pro Card.

Favorite Bodybuilders

Phil Heath, David Henry (Go USAF), Jay Cutler, Kai Green, Flex Lewis.

One Tip For Other Bodybuilders In The Military

To never give up on your dream, if this is what you really want go at it 100% all day, every day.

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