Jonathan Delorosa was born on May 29, 1984 in New York. His parents were from the Dominican Republic and both worked hard to provide Jonathan and his siblings with a good life. The Delaros family lived in the Washington Heights area, where mostly immigrants from the Dominican Republic settled. Jonathan attended the Catholic school. He inherited the love of bodybuilding from his father, who himself was an athlete. They trained together and after training, Delarosa, the elder, made his son a protein cocktail.

In high school, John was invited to the school football team. Over the next 4 years, Delorosa was actively engaged in this sport. During one of the games, the young man was seriously injured, causing him to spend six months confined to bed. After recovering, Delorosa returned to training in the gym and, two years after the injury, Jonathan managed to return to the form and began to actively participate in tournaments.


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Date of birth: May 29, 1984
Place of birth: Manhattan, New York
Height: 170 cm
Weight at competitions: 98 – 102 kg

Weight in off-season Achievements:


  • IFBB Toronto Pro Supershow – 3rd place
  • IFBB New York Pro – 3rd place
  • IFBB Arnold Classic Brazil – 3rd place
  • IFBB Europa Show of Champions Orlando – 2nd place


  • IFBB Toronto Pro Supershow – 3rd place
  • IFBB New York Pro – 4th place


  • IFBB Toronto Pro Supershow Bodybuilding: IFBB Pro Men – 2nd place
  • New York Pro Championships Bodybuilding: IFBB Pro Open Men – 5th place


USA Bodybuilding, Figure, Physique and Bikini Championships 

  • Men Bodybuilding: Earned Pro Card
  • Men Bodybuilding: Heavyweight – 1st place


NPC USA Championships 

  • Men: Heavyweight – 2 place


Junior Nationals

  • Men’s Bodybuilding: Overall
  • Men’s Bodybuilding: Light Heavyweight 1 seat

Atlantic States Championships 

  • Men’s Bodybuilding: Overall
  • Men’s Bodybuilding: Heavyweight – 1st place


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  • Men’s Bodybuilding: Light Heavyweight

Eastern USA Championships 

  •  Men’s Bodybuilding: Light Heavyweight – 3rd place


Eastern USA Championships 

  • MEN’S BODYBUILDING: Light HeavyWeight – 2nd place

New York Metropolitan Bodybuilding, Fitness & Figure Championships 

  • Men: Heavyweight – 6th place
  • Men: Novice Heavyweight – 2 nd place

We were going to question the professionals about what they think about the state of competition between Kai Green and Phil Heath. Recently we had the opportunity to talk to John DeLarosa at the Nutrition Locker about his taking on all the polemics of Kai and Phil.

Does John think it’s good for the sport? Learn in the video.


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