CT Fletcher Typical Workout

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CT Fletcher Typical Workout

Typical Workout

While it’s not his official name that he’s given himself, CT Fletcher is known as the “World’s stronger man that you have never heard of.”

This powerhouse has been lifting for over 30 years and certainly doesn’t look like he’s in his 50s.

While CT originally came from Little Rock, Arkansas, he quickly relocated to Southern California when he was young and has remained there for 50 years.

This powerhouse has been lifting for over 30 years and certainly doesn’t look like he’s in his 50s.

While CT originally came from Little Rock, Arkansas, he quickly relocated to Southern California when he was young and has remained there for 50 years.

Typical Workout
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While CT originally came from Little Rock, Arkansas, he quickly relocated to Southern California when he was young and has remained there for 50 years.

Who is CT Fletcher?

His credentials speak for themselves. The bodybuilder of 30 years was once a power lifter and has numerous championships under his belt, including world lifting champion (6 times), world bench champion (3 times) and the world strict curl champion (3 times).

One thing that sets him apart from most bodybuilders is that he doesn’t do it for the mass of muscle; he does it to become the most undisputed bodybuilder in history.

The bodybuilder of 30 years was once a power lifter and has numerous championships under his belt, including world lifting champion (6 times), world bench champion (3 times) and the world strict curl champion (3 times).

Typical Workout
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One thing that sets him apart from most bodybuilders is that he doesn’t do it for the mass of muscle; he does it to become the most undisputed bodybuilder in history.

One thing that sets him apart from most bodybuilders is that he doesn’t do it for the mass of muscle; he does it to become the most undisputed bodybuilder in history.

One of his most and own personal accomplishments comes from the Baddest Bench Press in America contest.

Not only is he drug-free, but he attempted to lift 705lbs against some of the best bodybuilders on the planet.

When asked about his motivation, CT often likes to cite his mother as being one of the most supportive people on the planet and one of the best mothers a son can ask for.

Not only is he drug-free, but he attempted to lift 705lbs against some of the best bodybuilders on the planet.

When asked about his motivation, CT often likes to cite his mother as being one of the most supportive people on the planet and one of the best mothers a son can ask for.

When asked about his motivation, CT often likes to cite his mother as being one of the most supportive people on the planet and one of the best mothers a son can ask for.

Typical Workout
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However, you won’t see Fletcher competing anytime soon because he has stated multiple times that he will never compete again.

He feels that he has accomplished everything in his life that he thought humanly possible and had no desire to go up in competition again.

When you get to the age of 50+, all of that travelling can take its toll on the human body, but with someone as in great of a shape as Fletcher at that age, he has nothing to prove.

He feels that he has accomplished everything in his life that he thought humanly possible and had no desire to go up in competition again.

When you get to the age of 50+, all of that travelling can take its toll on the human body, but with someone as in great of a shape as Fletcher at that age, he has nothing to prove.

When you get to the age of 50+, all of that travelling can take its toll on the human body, but with someone as in great of a shape as Fletcher at that age, he has nothing to prove.

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CT Fletcher’s Stats

If the mere sight of an image of CT Fletcher isn’t impressive enough, then listen to these stats. The mere thought of lifting 705lbs is a scary one, and anyone that can do that is not a force to be trifled with.

Bench Press (Gym): 705lb
Bench Press (Competition): 650lb
Squat: 725lb
Muscle: Infinite

CT Fletcher has coined a workout that he likes to refer to as the penitentiary workout.

One of the most interesting things about this workout is that it doesn’t follow the standard norm that most professionals use. Most professionals go with a certain number of sets and a certain number of repetitions to perform each exercise.

Most professionals go with a certain number of sets and a certain number of repetitions to perform each exercise.

The penitentiary is all about not caring how many sets or reps you do. It’s all in the mindset, and you have to imagine yourself locked up.

One of the most interesting things about this workout is that it doesn’t follow the standard norm that most professionals use.

Most professionals go with a certain number of sets and a certain number of repetitions to perform each exercise.

The penitentiary is all about not caring how many sets or reps you do. It’s all in the mindset and you have to imagine yourself locked up.

Most professionals go with a certain number of sets and a certain number of repetitions to perform each exercise.

The penitentiary is all about not caring how many sets or reps you do. It’s all in the mindset and you have to imagine yourself locked up.

The penitentiary is all about not caring how many sets or reps you do. It’s all in the mindset, and you have to imagine yourself locked up.

Imagine having all the time in the world to being able to lift and that you don’t care how many reps you do.

You’re always pushing yourself on every single lift and every single pull. The basic idea behind this workout is to “give it all you got and made every set seem like it’s your last set.”

The basic idea behind this exercise is to “give it all you got and made every set seem like it’s your last set.”

Typical Workout
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You’re always pushing yourself on every single lift and every single pull. The basic idea behind this workout is to “give it all you got and made every set seem like it’s your last set.”

CT Fletcher’s Workouts

The workout consists of a couple of different parts. First and foremost, he uses a power lifter.

What these do is help increase the strength of the lifter and allows you to focus on lifting more. Some of the basic workouts that he likes to focus on are as follows:

Arms

For these exercises, it’s recommended to be complete five sets of 10 reps at a minimum, for every single exercise.

Single arm dumbbell preacher curls
EZ bar preacher curls
Incline bench hammer curls
Concentration curls
Cable curls

While CT Fletchers is known quite extensively focusing on his arms and biceps, he does like some other exercises as well that he’s shared.

For the shoulders, he prefers to start out with the seated dumbbell overhead press to warm up.

After some repetitions and sets, he’ll move on to the standing barbell lateral raise and finally finish up with the seated Smith overheard press.

For the chest, CT recommends starting out with the flat barbell bench and moving on directly to the flat dumbbell bench.

Then, you’ll move on to the flat barbell pyramid bench, move on to the smith bench, move on to the incline barbell bench and finally finish off with some good old fashioned pushups.

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Biceps

One of the most noticeable features of CT Fletchers is by far the biceps and it’s also one of his most extensive workouts. The bicep workouts will basically come into 6 different parts.

1 – Start out with the incline bench hammer curls
2 – You’ll then move onto dumbbell preacher curls
3 – Then, move onto EZ curl bar preacher curls
4 – Barbell preacher curls
5 – Straight bar cable curls
6 – Finally, you’ll want to finish off with some concentration curls

You may need to mix and match to find which exercises and sets work best for you.