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I want to introduce everyone to Lacey Lynn. She’s a trainer, fitness coach, competitor and fitness model. I came across some of her pictures online when I mistaked her for Jamie Eason. So I decided to interview her for an episode of my fitness podcast, which will air next week. After talking to Lacey on the phone a few times I came to the conclusion that she has a lot to offer both men and women. So I asked her if she’s blog her diet and training once per week as she prepares for the Arnold Classic Bikini contest and a national NPC qualifier in figure.
Here’s entry number 1 from Lacey. Enjoy and if you have any questions, leave a comment below.
January 3 2010
The example below. If you are male I suggest you lift a little heavier then listed.
20 pull ups (assisted when can no longer do them yourself )
25 push ups
20 dead lifts 110 lbs
10 tire flips
25 box jumps
20 lunges with 20 lbs in each hand
Lacey will be back next week with another installment. In the mean time, check out her portfolio on our Facebook page
Bikini competition diet plan FAQS
Q: I’m getting ready for a NPC bikini contest. What are some diet plan tips you can give me?
A: Well before I tell you how to diet for your NPC bikini contest, you need to tell me how long you plan on dieting before your contest. Is it a week away? Is it 12 weeks away? All of that matters. Let’s say that you have 12 weeks to get lean for your show. GREAT!
Commit to doing cardio three to four times per week to start. If you’d hire me as a personal trainer and diet coach I’d be able to tweak things as your metabolism adjusts.
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