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    Johnnie O' Jackson Bodybuilding Bio

    Here is Johnnie O' Jackson's Bodybuilding Bio and Profile


    Johnnie O' Jackson
    Home:Fort Worth, TX, USA
    Birth Date:January 30th, 1971
    Place of Birth:Hammonton, NJ, USA.
    Marital Status:Single
    Occupationersonal Trainer
    Off Season Weight:260 lbs.
    Competition Weight:225 lbs.
    Arms: 21"
    Waist: 33"
    Eye Color: Brown
    Hair Color: Black

    Bodybuilding Competition List:

    1998 NPC Texas State Championships, Middleweight, 2nd
    1999 NPC Junior Nationals, Light-Heavyweight, 1st
    1999 NPC Nationals, Light-Heavyweight, 11th
    2000 NPC USA Championships, Light-Heavyweight, 2nd
    2001 NPC Nationals, Light-Heavyweight, 1st and Overall
    2001 NPC USA Light Heavyweight - 1st
    2003 NPC Nationals Light Heavyweight & Overall - 1st
    2002 GNC Show of Strength - 10th
    2003 Ironman Pro Invitational- 9th
    2003 San Francisco Pro Invitational - 9th
    2003 Night of Champions -5th
    2003 Mr. Olympia - 11th
    2003 British Grand Prix - 5th
    2003 Dutch Grand Prix - 5th
    2003 GNC Show of Strength - 10th
    2003 Mr. Olympia - 11th

    Well know in bodybuilding as the World's strongest pro! He has the world record for Dead Lifting 760lbs! Johnie dominated the sport of Power Lifting!
    He was also known to Bench Press 600lbs!

    From wiki:
    Jackson first competed in an NPC (National Physique Committee) in 2001, where he won the NPC USA. His first IFBB competition was the GNC Show of Strength (now defunct) of 2002, where he placed 10th. His first IFBB Night of Champions was in 2003, where he placed 5th. Later that same year he competed in the Ironman Pro Invitational, where he placed 9th.

    In 2003, he competed in his first Mr. Olympia, where he placed 11th. His first Arnold Classic was in 2006, where he placed 13th. Jackson regularly competes in powerlifting events and often incorporates this type of training into his workouts. Jackson lives in Fort Worth, Texas, and trains at Metroflex Gym in Arlington, Texas, with training partner Branch Warren.[6][failed verification] Both have trained with Janae Kroc.[7] Jackson is one of the few professional bodybuilders who has consistently competed in the "Mr. Olympia" competition for over 13 years, only sitting out in 2009 when he competed in the "Mr. Olympia 2009 World's Strongest Professional Bodybuilder".

    Johnnie Jackson competed in the 2008 United States Powerlifting Federation (USPF) National Powerlifting Championships in Warwick, Rhode Island on June 29, 2009. He opened the bench press competition with an easy first attempt of 465 lbs (232 kg) unaided by a bench shirt. His next two lifts were disqualified although he was able to handle the heavy weight, including a close miss at 600 lb with bench press shirt. Jackson set a USPF World Record on his first attempt at deadlift with a pull of 345 kg (760 lbs) in a deadlift suit, which was followed by two close misses of 372.5 kg (821 lbs), whereby he pulled his left hamstring during the third and last attempt.

    In 2009, Jackson earned the title "Mr. Olympia 2009 World's Strongest Professional Bodybuilder" by benching 523 lbs (237 kg) in an old polyester blast bench shirt and deadlifting 815 lbs (370 kg) in a champions deadlift suit for a 1,338 lb push/pull total defeating Ben White, who bench pressed 573 lbs and deadlifted 633 lbs for a 1,206 lb total in the same equipment.[8] This record was surpassed a year later by Stan Efferding in the Mr. Olympia 2010 World's Strongest Professional Bodybuilder contest with a 1,428 lb total (628 lb + 800 lb).

    Jackson competed in the Raw Unity Deadlift Competition on January 22, 2012. He deadlifted 771 lbs raw on his first attempt, missed his second at 832 lbs, but easily pulled the 832 lbs raw on the third attempt for his all-time personal best at age 40 as a master class lifter.

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