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How Much is Phil Heath Worth?

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When you're making a list of the most accomplished bodybuilders in the world, Phil Heath's name will appear on that list. Also, when exploring the best way to define resolve and resilience, Phil Heath's life as a bodybuilder best defines it!

Phillip Jerrod Heath is an American IFBB professional bodybuilder. He won the Mr. Olympia 7 times consecutively from 2011 to 2017. His latest victory tied him with Arnold Schwarzenegger for the joint-second number of all-time Mr. Olympia wins, behind Ronnie Coleman and Lee Haney, who are joint-first with eight wins each.

As an accomplished bodybuilder, it is only natural that he must have amassed some wealth in the course of his career. Also, it's natural that there must be a story behind his accomplishments because as you know, one cannot just up and be a star overnight.

While this is true, it is also true that many want to know more about this amazing bodybuilder, Phil Heath.

In light of this, this article will share more information about Phil Heath's life, background, career, and net worth.

Phil Heath's Early Life​

On December 18, 1979, Philip Jerrod Heath the accomplished bodybuilder generally known as Phil Heath was born in Seattle, Washington, USA.

From childhood, Phil has always had athletic tendencies. He was always active doing one sport or the other.

Not much is known about his parents and siblings, however, it's a given that his parents didn't devote enough time to him as a child. They were busy pursuing their various careers which they were very successful at.

This didn't affect Phil negatively or let's say Phil didn't let it affect him negatively. It was as a result of his parent's absence that he learned basic survival skills like cooking and cleaning early on in life.

Also, his parent's successful careers as a driving force for him to become successful too.

Phil had his early education at Rainier Beach High school. While there, he joined the school's basketball team and as an athletic child, he excelled on the team.

As a result of his good performance, he was given a scholarship to study at the University of Denver in Colorado. He majored in business administration and computer science but he didn't stop playing basketball.

He gained access to the weight room while training for basketball. Initially, he saw it as a way to improve his jump power and presence on the basketball court. But since he started weight lifting, he felt that playing basketball wasn't going to help him maximize his potential to the fullest, so he stopped playing basketball. He began lifting weight full time, and although he had several jobs he didn't lose focus on his goal.

In 2002, he decided to delve full time into bodybuilding. He read many books and magazines about bodybuilding; he began to pay more attention to training strategies, nutrition, and supplementation.

His first competition as a bodybuilder was the Rocky Mountain Northern Physique committee, where he earned the title of Champion. This also got people to start calling him 'The Gift' and 'The Next Big Thing' as his nickname.

Phil Heath as a child

Phil Heath's Bodybuilding Career​

Phil Heath began his bodybuilding career professionally in 2002. In the National Physique Committee (NPC) USA Championships in 2005, he won the overall title. His victory earned him the right to contest as an IFBB pro. The following year in 2006, he had two more victories in the two IFBB professional events of that year. The professional events were the Colorado Pro Championships and the New York Pro Championships.

Phil came fifth at the Arnold Classic in 2007, and even though this results qualified him to compete at the 2007 Mr. Olympia competition, Heath dropped out of the competition, and when he revealed his reason, it was because he felt he needed to improve even more to be competitive at the Olympia level.

In 2008, Heath participated in the Iron Man Show and won. Also, at the Arnold Classic in 2008, he came second with Dexter Jackson holding the first position. He also partook in the Mr. Olympia competition in 2008 and placed third. This made him the second amateur bodybuilder to rank in the top three after Wheeler in 1993.

He placed fifth position at the Mr. Olympia competition in 2009 and placed second position at Mr. Olympia in 2010. In the Mr. Olympia event of 2011, he placed first. Phil upheld this position for seven years in a row up until 2018 when he lost the position to Shawn Rhoden and placed second.

Professional wrestling​

As a professional bodybuilder, it was quite easy for Phil to pick an interest in wrestling. He already had the build and the strength that befits a wrestler. Although he didn't take on wrestling full time, he did partake in some matches.

On October 20, 2013, Phil accompanied The BroMans (Jessie Godderz and Robbie E) to the ring during the countdown to TNA's Bound for Glory pre-show. They won the match and later that night, he accompanied the BroMans again to their TNA World Tag team Championship match. They fought against Gunner and James Storm.

Phil didn't take on wrestling as a full-time career but he made appearances and was successful in it.

Phil Heath Height and Weight​

Phil Heath weighs somewhere between 245-255 Ibs(111.1- 115.7kg). It's almost a surprise that a man that's 5 ft 9 inches tall can pack this much weight.
As for his body details, his thighs are about 30 inches big, his chest size is 54 inches big, his calves are 20 inches big, his arm is 22 inches, and his neck is 18.5 inches.

Phil's Wife, His Divorce, and His Girlfriend​

'The next big thing', as Phil is popularly called, also had a love life too. He was engaged to his long-time girlfriend before deciding to walk her down the aisle on June 23, 2007.

The couple was married for eight years before their marriage hit the IceBerg and began to sink. The marriage struggled to survive but Phil filed for a divorce in 2015. The divorce was effected and the marriage came to an end before the year ended.

The marriage was dissolved in 2015 and there's no record of any child or children between them. The marriage ended but Phil's love life didn't seem to end. He is currently engaged to a model from Mile High, Arizona, her name is Shurie.

Phil Heath's Net Worth​

There's no accurate information about the Superstar bodybuilder's wealth. However, his current Net Worth as of 2022 is estimated at $8 million.

It's no secret how he managed to amass such wealth. He managed to gather his wealth from the rewards of the many Championships he has won and from endorsement deals. He also earns from his dietary supplement company.

With his steady rise on the success ladder, it is expected that his wealth increases even as he advances in his career.

Phil Heath's achievements​

Below is a list of Phil's achievements since he started as a professional bodybuilder.

● 2003 Northern Colorado State, Novice, Light-Heavyweight 1st and overall
● 2003 NPC Colorado State, Light-Heavyweight, 1st
● 2004 NPC Colorado State, Heavyweight, 1st and Overall
● 2005 NPC Junior Nationals, HeavyWeight, 1st and Overall
● 2005 NPC USA Championships, HeavyWeight, 1st and Overall
● 2006 Colorado Pro Championships, 1st
● 2006 New York Pro Championship, 1st
● 2007 Arnold Classic, 5th
● 2008 IFBB Iron Man, 1st
● 2008 Arnold Classic, 2nd
● 2008 Mr. Olympia, 3rd
● 2009 Mr. Olympia, 5th
● 2010 Arnold Classic, 2nd
● 2010 Mr. Olympia, 2nd
● 2011 Mr. Olympia, 1st
● 2011 Sheru Classic, 1st
● 2012 Mr. Olympia, 1st
● 2012 Sheru Classic, 1st
● 2013 Mr. Olympia, 1st
● 2013 Arnold Classic Europe, 1st
● 2014 Mr. Olympia, 1st
● 2015 Mr. Olympia, 1st
● 2016 Mr. Olympia, 1st
● 2017 Mr. Olympia, 1st
● 2018 Mr. Olympia, 2nd
● 2020 Mr. Olympia, 3rd


Phil Heath

Frequently Asked Questions about Phil Heath​

Q: Did Phil use steroids at any time?​

Many people often wonder how Phil got so big within a short time that they already conclude that he uses steroids. Well, there's no evidence that Phil uses steroids, instead, there's evidence that he works out every single day and he takes supplements to keep his body in shape.

Q: What inspired Phil to become a bodybuilder?​

Right from his childhood, Phil has always been an athletic child. He is an accomplished self-motivated professional bodybuilder. He picked up an interest in weight lifting while playing basketball. And he read up on bodybuilding and trained himself to be what he is now.

However, he has confessed that Arnold Schwarzenegger holds his greatest admiration.

Q: Who coached Phil Heath?​

Phil Heath is coached by Hany Rambod. Hang Rambod was the one that disclosed the news that Phil will not compete in 2021, Mr. Olympia. He explained that the reason why Heath wasn't doing the 2021 Mr. Olympia was that he simply didn't need to.

Summary​

Philip Jerrod Heath is one of the richest bodybuilders in the world. He has managed to work up his way on the success ladder through consistency and hard work. In one of his quotes, he says "Being negative and lazy is a disease that leads to pain, hardship, depression, poor health, and failure. Be proactive, and give a damn to achieve success!”

This quote is a good driving force for many that want to take the bull by the horns and make significant progress in their lives.

If you a Phil Heath fan follow him!

Phil Heath in 2021

The following year in 2006, he had two more victories in the two IFBB professional events of that year. The professional events were the Colorado Pro Championships and the New York Pro Championship.



Phil came fifth at the Arnold Classic in 2007, and even though this results qualified him to compete at the 2007 Mr. Olympia competition, Heath dropped out of the competition and when he revealed his reason, it was because he felt he needed to improve even more to be competitive at the Olympia level.
 
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Phil is one of the most consistent and successful bodybuilders in the world. He has a successful nutrition brand Phil heath labs and is going strong expect him to cross $10 Million soon.
 
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