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Jordan Syatt Record, Net Worth, Weight, Age & More!

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Who is Jordan Syatt?

Jordan Syatt is a strength training coach, nutrition consultant and the owner/operator of www.sayattfitness.com. Born on May 8, 1991, Syatt has been working in the fitness industry for many years. Syatt holds a Bachelors of Science degree in Health & Behavior Science with a focus in Strength & Conditioning. His other professional credentials include being Precision Nutrition Certified, which claims to be the world's most respected nutrition education program, as well as being a certified coach at Westside Barbell, Louie Simmons’ elite invitation-only strength training gym in Columbus, Ohio. Syatt holds 5 world records in powerlifting! He also claims to be a 27th degree black belt at chugging coffee, the world’s biggest mama’s boy, and loves to travel!

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Who is Jordan Syatt?

Jordan Syatt is a strength training coach, nutrition consultant and the owner/operator of www.sayattfitness.com. Born on May 8, 1991, Syatt has been working in the fitness industry for many years. Syatt holds a Bachelors of Science degree in Health & Behavior Science with a focus in Strength & Conditioning. His other professional credentials include being Precision Nutrition Certified, which claims to be the world's most respected nutrition education program, as well as being a certified coach at Westside Barbell, Louie Simmons’ elite invitation-only strength training gym in Columbus, Ohio. Syatt holds 5 world records in powerlifting! He also claims to be a 27th degree black belt at chugging coffee, the world’s biggest mama’s boy, and loves to travel!

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Syatt has said his career in fitness really began when he was 8 years old and his mother signed him and his brother up for a wrestling camp. He jokes that he had no idea what to expect because his only reference to wrestling was WWE. He played other sports as well, but he soon became obsessed with wrestling. Standing 5’4” Syatt’s short and stocky build allowed him to have good balance and was the perfect fit for wrestling. Fast forward to high school, he made the varsity wrestling team as a freshman, and that is how he got involved in strength training. He was young and had great technique, but he just was not as strong as the older wrestlers he was going against. He applied to train at a gym in Newton, Massachusetts and did anything he could just to intern there. He offered to take out trash and clean floors just to be able to learn there. His experience at this gym got Syatt interested in science-based strength training and conditioning. 

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In college, Syatt says he actually hated school, and the only thing that got him through it was his obsession with powerlifting. He was at Westside Barbell and Louie Simmons took him under his wing. Syatt wrote Simmons an email asking him to allow him to come train there. Westside Barbell is an elite, invitation-only powerlifting gym. Syatt, again, offered to clean the floors, walk Simmons’s dogs, do anything to train and learn there. He got a call from Simmons after he failed a Biology class and considered dropping out of college. He was going to book a trip to Israel when he got the call from Simmons. That call caused him to stick around and train and finish school. Syatt claims that Simmons really pushed him to do the Sumo deadlift, as opposed to the traditional deadlift, because it bothered his back no matter what he tried.

After interning, training, and becoming certified through Westside Barbell, Syatt interned under Eric Cressey and Tony Gentilcore at their premier facility, Cressey Performance, outside of Boston, Massachusetts. He then took the Precision Nutrition Certification exam and became a Level 1 coach. Syatt credits each of these experiences for enabling him to provide accurate and easy-to-understand information to help individuals from all across the world, catapulting his career in the fitness and nutrition training sector. Syatt is known for his straight-forward approach to training and he says he came to this style of teaching honestly because it was the way he was taught. He was lucky enough to learn, intern, and train with the smartest people in the industry and they were always confident, direct, and straightforward with their explanations. This technique worked for Syatt and inspired him to train others the same way with a no BS approach.

In addition to fitness coaching, Syatt is a freelance fitness writer as well. He writes for and has been featured in many publications including Muscle & Fitness Magazine, Men's Fitness Magazine Magazine, and T-Nation.com. Syatt is well known for being the personal trainer and fitness coach for Gary Vaynerchuk, the chairman of VaynerX, CEO of VaynerMedia, and 5-Time NYT bestselling author. Jordan Sayatt is also a YouTuber and his channel has amassed a decent following. He joined YouTube October 11, 2011 and since then has over 160K subscribers. He also has a strong social media presence in his own right through Instagram (syattfitness), Twitter (@SyattFitness) and Facebook. Syatt impacts many people on a daily basis through his website and social media. 

How Old is Jordan Syatt?

Born May 8, 1991, Jordan Syatt is 30 years old, but he has been a professional in the fitness and nutrition industry since he was 21! 

Jordan Syatt’s Family

Jordan Syatt is private about his family and personal life. There is currently no credible information available about this subject, except for the fact that he is a self-proclaimed mama’s boy. 

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How Much is Jordan Syatt Worth?

According to internet sources, Jordan Syatt’s net worth is about $43,000, however he earns significantly more than that as a fitness and nutrition coach. 

How Tall is Jordan Syatt?

Jordan Syatt is 5 feet 4 inches tall. 

How Much Does Jordan Syatt Weigh?

Throughout his powerlifting career, he has lifted in weight classes spanning from 132 to 148 lbs. In 2015 at the MHP North American and New Jersey Championships, at the age of 23, Syatt competed in the 132lb. weight class. He weighed in at 130.2 lbs., making this his most recent competition weight on record. 

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Jordan Syatt’s Record

Jordan Syatt holds 5 Powerlifting World Records! He holds three IPA Powerlifting world records in the 132 lb. Junior weight division for squat, deadlift and total. Syatt’s squat record is 377.5 lbs. His deadlift record is 485lbs. And his total record is 1,097.5 lbs. 

Jordan Syatt’s Injuries

Jordan Syatt does not have any significant injuries noted from his time in powerlifting and fitness. In fact, injury prevention is a big part of his coaching on www.syattfitness.com and his YouTube channel. 

Is Jordan Syatt Retired?

Jordan Syatt is far from retired. He is one of the busiest people in the fitness industry, with a significan online presence in social media, YouTube and his own company www.syattfitness.com

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