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In 2001, Johnnie O. Jackson became the National Overall Champion of the United States at the NPC Nationals. Since then, he’s been continuously climbing his way to the top of the IFBB pro ranks with his awe-inspiring size, definition, and symmetry.
His first IFBB Night of Champions was in 2003, where he placed fifth. Later that same year he competed in the Ironman Pro Invitational, where he placed ninth and his first Mr. Olympia, placing 11th.
It takes a certain mindset to get so far. In fact, much of Jackson’s training discipline and life philosophy comes from his stint in the armed forces. He even served in Desert Shield and Desert Storm. With his unrelenting hardcore training and his intelligent nutritional and supplementation plan, Jackson regularly competes in powerlifting events.
Place of Birth: Hammonton, NJ
Competition Weight: 255
|2016||IFBB||IFBB Vancouver Pro||4th|
|2016||IFBB||Arnold Classic Ohio||11th|
|2016||IFBB||Levrone Pro Classic||6th|
|2014||IFBB||Europa Phoenix Pro Championships||2nd|
|2014||IFBB||Europa SuperShow - Dallas||3rd|
|2013||IFBB||Arnold Classic Brazil||3rd|
|2013||IFBB||Arnold Classic Ohio||4th|
|2012||IFBB||Mr Europe Pro||2nd|
|2012||IFBB||British Grand Prix||2nd|
|2012||IFBB||Arnold Classic Europe||7th|
|2012||IFBB||New York Pro||2nd|