Profile Scott Kluth

NW Fitness Magazine

March Profile (2012)

Scott Kluth

Occupation: Student

height: 5’9″

competition weight: 185-188lbs

offseason weight:220-225lbs

favorite cheat food: French Dip or Pizza

training program: I used a modified version of Layne Norton’s P.H.A.T. (Power Hypertrophy Adaptive Training). The principles I take from that program is hitting a muscle with a really heavy day of training in the 6-8 rep range and then about 3-4 days later hitting it again with a higher rep range of 12-15. Your really able to hit every type of muscle fiber and it gaurantee’s minimal muscle loss when in contest prep.

offseason diet: My offseason diet is very similar to my contest prep diet with the exception of a higher calorie intake. For food sources I stick to steak, chicken breasts and buffalo for protein sources. My carb sources consist of whole grain cereals, oatmeal, yams, brown rice. My fats typically come from peanut butter and from what is naturally in the protein and carbs. I try and keep my diet as simple as possible and hit my macro nutrient goals.

competition diet: My contest prep diet is the same as my offseason, with less macro nutrients overall.

competition history: 2009 INBF West Coast Classic Mens Heavyweigh and Overall Champion; 2009 NPC Washington State Ironman Light-Heavy weight and Overall Champion; 2009 WNBF Worlds 7th place Middleweights.

competition goals: I plan on competing in the 2012 Emerald Cup

NW Fitness Magazine  March Profile  Scott Kluth
NW Fitness Magazine
March Profile
Scott Kluth