Tyler Stines
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Who Is Tyler Stines?

Tyler Stines is an American entrepreneur from Ohio who competes in the IFBB’s professional physique division.

He is well known for both his training counsel and his achievements in the world of physique competitions.

When Tyler Stines was a freshman in high school and a member of the wrestling team, he began lifting weights. He developed a passion for the weight room and learned fundamental techniques that would serve him well during his four years on the squad.

He developed a professional training regimen while pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Health Education, Exercise & Fitness in college when he started to take his lifting more seriously.

This would enable him to develop a physique suitable for competitive posing, launch a prosperous profession, and qualify to work as a personal trainer to assist others in achieving their fitness goals.

Body Measurements Of Tyler Stines 

Full Name: Tyler Stines
HEIGHT: 5’9″ (175cm)
WEIGHT: 165 – 175lbs (74.8 – 79.4kg)
PROFESSION: IFBB Physique competitor, personal trainer
ERA: 2010


  • Career
  • Certified ISSA Trainer
  • Competitions
  • 2013 Junior USA’s, First
  • 3rd place in the 2013 Team Universe
  • 2013 North Americans placed first
  • Dallas Europa 2014, 5th


Short Career Of Tyler Stines Tyler Stines

Ohio-based trainer Mike Ferguson, who is well-known, creates Tyler’s routines. He concentrates on building more mass throughout his off-season exercises by doing complicated lifts and working hard while exercising intelligently.

His workouts are always between 45 and an hour long. “Too many individuals think that growing muscle needs spending three hours in the gym,” he asserts.

To keep his muscles stimulated continuously during the workout, he only uses 30-45 second rest intervals between sets.

Almost No Cardio

Tyler Stines claims that because of the intensity of his training, cardio is not necessary for his off-season sessions.

He introduces workouts on the StairMaster or the bike as well as sessions of High-Intensity Interval Training when he is cutting before a tournament.

He likes using the StairMaster because it allows him to work his glute, quad, and calf muscles while also getting in a cardio workout. Tyler frequently integrates the StairMaster at the end of his leg workout as a result.


Concealed Dumbbells 4 sets of 12/10/8/6 repetitions on the press

  • 4 sets of 15 reps on the butterfly machine.
  • 4 sets of 8 repetitions on the flat bench press
  • 3 sets of 15 repetitions of cable crossovers
  • 4 sets of 10 repetitions of standing barbell curls
  • 4 sets of 12 repetitions of hammer dumbbell curls
  • 4 sets of 10/8/6/5 repetitions on the deadlift
  • 4 sets of 10 repetitions for lat pulldowns
  • 4 sets of 8 repetitions of barbell rows
  • 3 sets of weighted pull-ups until failure.
  • Bench Press with a Close Grip: 4 sets of 10 reps
  • Pushdowns with a cable: three sets of 20 reps.
  • Pressing dumbbells while seated: four sets of 10/8/6/6 repetitions.
  • Four sets of 12 repetitions of lateral dumbbell raise
  • Front raises with a barbell: 4 sets of 10 reps
  • Standing Cable 4 sets of 12 reps for rows.
  • Rear delt flys with a cable: 4 sets of 10 reps.
  • 4 sets of 25 hanging straight leg lifts
  • Decline 4 sets of 15 sit-ups.
  • Leg extensions: four sets of 15 repetitions
  • 4 sets of 12/10/8/6 reps on the squat
  • Weighted lunges: 4 sets of 10 reps on each leg
  • Leg curls while lying down: 4 sets of 15.
  • 4 sets of 10 repetitions on the leg press
  • Weighted calf lifts while standing: 4 sets of 15–20 repetitions.


Nutritional StrategyTyler Stines

Tyler likes to maintain a slim physique all year long while adding muscle, not seeing the need to drastically bulk up or reduce. If he has to reduce some fat during the competition season, he merely slightly modifies his nutritional plan.

Tyler Stines enjoys cooking all of his food and preparing large quantities of it. To make it simpler for him to return home after a session and eat right away, he prepares his meals 4-5 days in advance.

Tyler cooks while keeping in mind his macronutrient requirements. To guarantee he can add enough muscle, he targets for little about 3000 calories each day.


He obtains the majority of these calories from natural foods, lean meat, veggies, and eggs, but he also regularly takes supplements to make sure his muscles are receiving a steady supply of protein. Below is his customary daily stack:

  • Creatine
  • BCAA’s
  • Whey Protein Isolate
  • Pre-workout
  • Off-Season Diet Program

Tyler eats a lot during the off-season. He often eats six meals a day, mixing in portions of eggs, chicken, or other lean meat, and wholesome, nutrient-rich carbohydrates like sweet potatoes.

Ground beef is one of his preferred meats. He selects 96% beef, using it in a variety of dishes such as beef and rice and hot dishes. Below is his daily menu during the off-season:

  • consumption of 2,839 calories
  • Macros: 86g Fat, 274g Protein, and 232g Carbs

Meal 1:

  • Seven egg whites
  • unbroken egg
  • 48g oats

Meal 2:

  • whey protein 40 grams
  • 15g of almonds

Meal 3:

  • 6–8 ounces of chicken breast
  • 100 g of broccoli
  • 15g of almonds
  • Pre-workout meal
  • whey protein 40 grams
  • 100 g of broccoli
  • sweet potato, 170g
  • 5. Post-Workout Meal
  • 160 grams of 96% lean ground beef
  • White potatoes, 205g

Meal 6:

  • whey protein 40 grams

Influences And Idols

Tyler Stines is greatly influenced by renowned bodybuilder Kai Greene. He admires Kai’s determination to overcome obstacles in his career and his attitude toward the sport.

What Tyler Stines Can Teach Us?

Tyler Stines has demonstrated the value of commitment in bodybuilding. He has experience working with a trainer and is fully committed to a future in the fitness industry.

He plans to become a personal trainer so that he may assist others in their quest.

Show as much commitment and passion as Tyler and who knows where you’ll end up if you want to succeed in the fitness profession.