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Steve Cook Workout Routine, Diet Plan, Height, Weight & Body Measurement

Steve Cook

Steve Cook, a former Mr. Olympia contestant, is a living legend in the bodybuilding industry and has had a successful modeling and fitness career. Steve has always been a fitness enthusiast who worked hard as a champion footballer in high school. His bodybuilding career has reached new heights in recent years, as he has won numerous fitness competitions and finished eighth and fifth in the 2013 and 2014 IFBB Olympias, respectively. Here, we share the 34-year-old bodybuilder’s fitness routine, which has helped him grow and become a more successful figure model. Know more about Steve Cook Workout Routine, Diet Plan, Height, Weight & Body Measurement

Steve Cook Height, Weight & Body Measurement

Real Name Steve Cook
Birth DateDecember 10, 1984
Age36 years old
Height (inches)185.5 cm (6’ 1”)
Weight (kg) 205-215 lbs
Hair colorBlonde
Eye colorBlue
Shoe size(US)N/A
Biceps16.5”
Chest45”
Waist34”
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Steve Cook Workout Routine

Steve believes that in order to promote muscle growth, he should vary his workout routine on a regular basis while increasing his rep range, volume, and tempo. Each workout plan usually lasts two weeks, and he prefers to do higher volume training all year. During the offseason, he focuses on basic moves and some heavy compound exercises to develop dense, hard muscles.

Steve Cook Daily Workout

Monday: Quads, Hamstrings, and Calves

  • Extensions, for example (sets: 1-2, reps: 10-15 to failure, rest: 1 min between sets)
  • Leg Pressing (sets: 1-2, reps: 10-12 to failure, rest: 1 min between sets)
  • Squat with a Machine (sets: 1-2, reps: 10-12 to failure, rest: 1 min between sets)
  • Leg Curl While Sitting (sets: 1, reps: 10-12 to failure, rest: 1 min between sets)
  • Deadlift with a Barbell on Stiff Legs (sets: 1, reps: 10-12 to failure, rest: 1 min between sets)
  • Leg Press Machine with Calf Press (1-3 sets, 10-12 repetitions to failure, 10-15 sec break between sets)
  • Raise a seated calf (sets: 1, reps: 6-10 to failure, rest: 1 min between sets)

Tuesday: Chest, Abs, and Biceps

  • decline Bench Press with a Barbell (sets: 1-2, reps: 6-10 to failure, rest: 1 min between sets)
  • inclination Pressing Dumbbells (sets: 1, reps: 8-12 to failure, rest: 1 min between sets)
  • Flying Dumbbells (sets: 1-2, reps: 6-10 to failure, rest: 1 min between sets)
  • Curls of Concentration (sets: 1, reps: 6-10 to failure, rest: 1 min between sets)
  • Curls with a Hammer (sets: 2, reps: 6-8 to failure, rest: 1 min between sets)
  • Curl a barbell (sets: 2, reps: 10-15 to failure, rest: 1 min between sets)

supersets

  • Parallel Bar Knee Raise (sets: 3, reps: to failure)
  • Crunches are a type of exercise that involves crunch (sets: 3, reps: to failure)

supersets

  • The crunch of Cables (sets: 3, reps: to failure)
  • Reverse Reverse Reverse Reverse Reverse Reverse Reverse Reverse Reverse Re (sets: 3, reps: to failure)

Wednesday: Cardio

Jogging on Treadmill (reps: to failure)

Thursday: Back, Triceps, and Calves

  • Pullover with Straight Arms (sets: 1-2, reps: 8-10 to failure, increase the weight between sets)
  • Front Pulldown with a Tighter Grip (sets: 1, reps: 8-12 to failure, rest: 1 min between sets)
  • Dumbbell Rows with One Arm (sets: 1, reps: 8-10 to failure, rest: 1 min between sets)
  • Cable Rows from a Chair (sets: 1, reps: 10-12 to failure, rest: 1 min between sets)
  • Deadlift using a barbell (sets: 1, reps: 8-12 to failure, rest: 1 min between sets)
  • Pushdown of the Triceps (sets: 1, reps: 8-10 to failure, rest: 1 min between sets)
  • Triceps Extension using a Cable (sets: 1, reps: 8-10 to failure, rest: 1 min between sets)
  • Triceps Press in a Seated Position (sets: 1, reps: 8-12 to failure, rest: 1 min between sets)
  • Using a Leg Press Machine, do a calf press (sets: 1-3, reps: 10-12 to failure, rest: 10-15 sec between sets)
  • Calf Raise from a Sitting Position (sets: 1, reps: 6-10 to failure, rest: 1 min between sets)

Friday: Delts, Traps, and Abs

  • Shoulder Press using Dumbbells (sets: 1, reps: 6-8 to failure, rest: 1 min between sets)
  • Raise on one side laterally (sets: 1, reps: 8-10 to failure, rest: 1 min between sets)
  • Row to the Neck with a Low Pulley (sets: 1, reps: 6-8 to failure, each arm)
  • Flying in the opposite direction (sets: 1, reps: 8-10 to failure)
  • Shrug with a Barbell (sets: 1-2, reps: 8-10 to failure, using the desired weight)
  • Rowing with a Barbell Upright (sets: 1-2, reps: 8-12 to failure, using the desired weight)

Supersets

  • Parallel Bar Knee Raise (sets: 3, reps: to failure)
  • Crunches are a type of exercise that involves crunch (sets: 3, reps: to failure)

supersets

  • The crunch of Cables (sets: 3, reps: to failure)
  • Reverse Reverse Reverse Reverse Reverse Reverse Reverse Reverse Reverse Re (sets: 3, reps: to failure)
Steve Cook workout
Steve Cook

Steve Cook Diet Plan

Meal 1: Two eggs, eight egg whites, one pepper serving, spinach, and 60-80g oats

Meal 2: 7 oz. lean meat (turkey, chicken, or white fish), 70 g carbohydrates (sweet potato, brown rice, or Ezekiel bread),

40g protein powder, 50-100g waxy maize,

Meal 3:  (Post-Workout Shake) (An hour after the post-workout smoothie)

Meal 4: 7 ounces of lean meat, 70-90 grams of carbohydrate such as sweet potato, brown rice, and whole-wheat pasta, and one vegetable serving

Meal 5: 7 oz lean meat, 1 vegetable serving, 10-20g olive oil

Meal 6: protein bar (when he is at work)

Meal 7:  1/2 scoop casein protein, 10-20g almonds