Ross Dickerson [Bodybuilder Profile]

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Ross Dickerson is a professional bodybuilder, influencer, and Instagram star who has competed in many competitions.

HeightWeightAgeBirth Place
6 Foot 1 Inches225 Pounds33 Years OldLondon, England
Bodybuilder Profile

Ross’s training regime is intense, and he follows a strict diet to ensure that he is in top condition for his competitions and social media photos.

He has talked online about how he has struggled with mental health issues. Ross states he can overcome these issues by getting into the gym.

Ross has gained a considerable online following over the years and has 2.9 million Instagram followers.

In this article, we will take a closer look at Ross Dickerson’s career as a bodybuilder online and discuss some of his most notable achievements.

How Old Is Ross Dickerson

Ross was born on Jun 15, 1989, and is currently 33 years old.

He spent most of his childhood in London, England, but he and his family moved to the United States. His family moved between Houston, Texas, and San Francisco, CA.

This allowed Ross to be exposed to the US bodybuilding and fitness scene at a young age.

How Tall Is Ross Dickerson

Ross is 6 feet 1 inch (185.5cm) tall. This is a reasonably tall build for a bodybuilder.

It is harder to pack on muscle when you are taller, but Ross has overcome this obstacle.

What Is Ross Dickerson’s Ethnicity

Ross is from the United Kingdom, and his ethnicity is Caucasian.

He has a British passport and is a US permanent resident.

Ross’s parents are from London, England.

How Much Does Ross Weigh

His weight fluctuates depending on whether he is competing, but he is typically around 95 kg or 210 lbs. On occasion, Ross does go up to 225 lbs, depending on if he is in or out of competition season.

This weight is predominantly muscle, as Ross maintains a low body fat percentage. He often hovers around 10% body fat when not on stage, which is considered very shredded for an off-season physique.

Is Ross Dickerson Natty (Natural)

No, Ross Dickerson is known to have used various performance-enhancing drugs (PEDs) throughout his career.

He has never denied using these drugs and is very open about it on social media and in interviews.

Ross believes drug use is necessary to be competitive at the top level of bodybuilding


Where Does Ross Live

Ross has lived all over from the UK to the US and back to the UK again.

When he moved back at a young age, he lived with his mother in Cornwall, the UK. In 2009 Ross moved back to London to pursue his fitness career full-time.

Ross also partially resides and trains in Miami, Florida. This is where he feels most at home and has been living there for the past few years.

Ross Dickerson’s Wife

He is married to fellow Instagram fitness model Lillie Stokes.

They have been married for several years and appear to have a great relationship, often appearing together in social media posts/skits.

They don’t have any children together that we know of. We hope the best for Ross and Lillie in the future.

When Did Ross Start Bodybuilding

Ross started weightlifting at 15 and began competing in bodybuilding competitions by the time he was 20 years old.

He won his first show, a local event in England when he was 22 years old.

What is his Accent

Ross has a very thick British accent. He was born in London and spent most of his childhood there before moving to the United States.

Even though he has lived in the US for many years, his accent is still very pronounced.

He has a bit of a mix as far as British accents go mixing both posh and country to create Ross’s unique accent.

What Is his Net Worth

Ross’s net worth is estimated to be around $7 million as of 2021.

Most of this is via his social media fame and nearly 3 million Instagram followers. He engages in brand deals and endorses various products, allowing him to make money upfront and reoccurring via revenue share deals.

He also makes money from his YouTube channel and website sales.

Ross has a very successful online coaching business where he helps people achieve their fitness goals. He also offers one-on-one personal training services.

How Much Money Does He Make

Hey is estimated to make between $100,000 and $200,000 per month.

Again this is through mostly online revenue channels, and much less comes from bodybuilding competition winnings.

Does Ross Do Cardio

He does some cardio when he is deep into cutting weight.

The majority of his training is both diet and strength training. Still, like most bodybuilders, he does turn to cardio to increase his caloric deficit.

He will do HIIT (high-intensity interval training) workouts on the treadmill or elliptical.

How Long Does Dickerson Workout 

Ross’s workout sessions last around two hours each.

Ross typically trains five to six times per week. This includes chest, back, shoulders, legs, and arms day. He hits each muscle group two times per week.

This is a standard training regime for anyone who is involved in bodybuilding professionally.

What Does Ross Dickerson Eat

Ross’s diet is immaculate, and he eats many whole foods.

He also follows Stan Efferding’s Vertical Diet and is a big eater of our Monster Mash recipe.

He typically consumes around 4000 calories per day, which is a lot for someone who is not trying to put on weight. 

What Supplements Does Ross Take

Ross takes a variety of supplements to help him with his training.

Some supplements he takes include protein powder, Creatine, BCAAs, and pre-workout.

He also takes a variety of vitamins and minerals.

Dickerson is also on Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT) and a few other anabolics depending on what stage of his training he’s at at the time.


Ross Dickerson is one of the most famous bodybuilders on social media.

He has a large following on both Instagram and YouTube. It is truly admirable how he has publicly spoken about his struggles with mental health and overcoming that affliction.

Ross continues to play a role model online and in his coaching business, where he has helped thousands of individuals on their fitness journeys.

Did you know who Ross Dickerson was? Have you experienced mental health issues alleviated by going to the gym?

Let us know in the comments below! And be sure to follow Ross on Instagram for a daily dose of inspiration!

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After several near-death surgeries and a heart attack at 29, I decided to get serious about my health and went from 278lbs to 181lbs in only six months. How? I built an entire team, including a personal trainer, nutritionist, psychologist, physical therapist, and sports masseuse. Having the same team as Hollywood stars allowed me to reach my goals fast and produce insane results.

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