Through the years, David Dearth has competed in numerous bodybuilding events, both domestically and internationally. His excellent performance and showing in these events paved the way for many celebrity endorsements. In 1992, Vince McMahon offered David a role in the World Bodybuilding Federation (WBF), which had a weekly telecast at various locations throughout the world. Thus was born “The Rock and Roll Wild Child.”
Upon the conclusion of his WBF career, David joined Weider International, among the largest empires for fitness magazines and media, supplements and bodybuilding equipment. Through this connection, David became the spokesman for Met Rx and popular supplements like Power Bar. During the 1990’s, David’s career made him one of the highest paid and most sought-after personal trainers in the United States.
David has been featured in publications such as Details, Flex, Iron Man, The LA Times, Men’s Health, Muscle & Fitness, Muscle Magazine, Muscle Media 2000, Muscle Development, The New York Times, Parade, USA Today and The Washington Post.
David is an IFBB Professional Body Builder and is the Health and Fitness Staff Leader for BioTech Research where he is in charge of research and development for nutraceutical programs.
Throughout his career, David has won several competitions:
- IFBB Professional Bodybuilder
- National Champion Bodybuilding
- Ohio Bodybuilding Champion