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Punish PECS w/Johnny Doull + Trevor Koot

A Day in the Life w/Trevor Koot - Mass Kaos w/Koot

 

Trevor Koot + Big Ron Partlow TRAIN QUADS

Mutant Meals - DRIVE THRU EMERGENCY (w/Big Ron and The Koot)

 

Trevor Koot, CBBF National Competitor

DATE OF BIRTH: June 13, 1978, Simcoe, Ontario, Canada
CURRENT RESIDENCE: Swift Current, Saskatchewan, Canada
HEIGHT: 6' (187cm).
CONTEST WEIGHT: 270 lbs (122kg)
OFF SEASON WEIGHT: 320 lbs (145kg)

Trevor is relatively new to the world of competitive bodybuilding. In 2011, he won the Overall at his first two shows ever, the Saskatchewan Novice Show, and the Saskatchewan Provincials. Having competed in four Nationals and two North Americans since, his highest placing came this year (2015) at Nationals with a third place finish in the Super Heavyweight Division.

It was backstage at the 2012 Nationals that Trevor was approached by Ryan Keller of MUTANT about joining the team, something that would galvanize Trevor's future in the sport.

Trevor admits that bodybuilding, though a passion and lifestyle for him, will always come third to his family and career. However, that does not diminish the fact that dedication and consistency come easy to the 300+ lbs bodybuilder, and an Overall win at Canadian Nationals and IFBB pro card are the goal.

MY CURRENT WORKOUT SPLIT
Mon: Chest (of course)
Tues: Back
Wed: Quads and Hams
Thurs: Shoulders
Fri: Arms (this is keeping it simple after contest prep and through summer to maximize time with my daughter...
I will give hamstrings their own day when she goes back to school.)

MY FAVORITE WORKOUT – BACK
4 X 10 Hammer high row
4 X 10 one arm DB row
4 X 10 high cable, wide grip, pull down
3 X 12 seated cable row superset with 3 X 12 bent barbell row
3 X 12 stiff arm cable pullovers

MY FAVORITE CHEAT MEAL
Nothing beats a good burger and home cut fries.

SOMETHING YOU MAY NOT KNOW ABOUT ME
The year I finished college, a good friend and I rode our mountain bikes across Canada.
Vancouver to Halifax. Coast to coast, it's over 6000km. We camped out the whole trip.