Jaimie Bernhardt

Jaimie Bernhardt

Jaimie Bernhardt
Jaimie Bernhardt
Athlete

Training & Diet

  • AM Cardio

    45 minutes morning cardio
    1 Serving (3-Pills) VANISH

  • Meal #1

    Egg Whites
    Spinach
    1 1/2 Cups Oatmeal
    1/4 Grapefruit or Kiwi

  • Meal #2

    4-6 oz Turkey Breast
    Spinach

  • Meal #3

    4-6 oz Bison
    Asparagus
    1/2 Sweet Potato

  • Pre-Workout

    1 Serving MS HYDE

  • POST Workout

    1 Scoop PS WHEY
    1/2 Cup Dry Roasted Almonds

  • MEAL #4

    4-6 oz Chicken Breast
    Broccoli

  • MEAL #5

    4-6 oz Tilapia
    Green Beans

 

BIO
Birth Place: Cincinnati Ohio
Nationality: Native American, German French Irish
Birthday: April 17th
Zodiac: Aries
Height: 5’5″
Contest Weight: 118
Off Season Weight: 125
Occupation: Personal Trainer
Athletic Background: Ran track in high school high jump. Played Lfl
Hobbies/Interest: I love being outdoors anything physical and my other passion in life are animals. I would love to work with exotic animals.

Favorites
Body Part: Arms
Prep Meal: Oatmeal, egg whites with cinnamon
Cheat Meal: Sushi
Exercise: Preacher Curl
ProSupps Product: TC-F Isolate Protein YUM
Quote: “Just do it”
Movie: How to lose a guy in 10 days
Music Gender: rock
Sport: Football

Awards
3rd place – Steve Stone NY Metro 2013
2nd place – JR USAs 2013
Published Work
I’ve been published in Maxim magazine, Muscle and Fitness Hers,
Flex magazine, Planet Muscle, Musclemag, Muscular Development and Simply Shredded
I have 3 posters sold in FYE, Walmart, Spencer’s and Kmart

How did you get into fitness and competing?
I was attending the Arnold classic. And I was approached by a major supplement company they asked if I ever modeled. I became a model for that company and the rest is history. Competing came soon after.

How do you balance your social life and fitness life?
I believe fitness is a lifestyle and most my friends are in the industry so I find an easy balance between the two.

Who do you look up to in the fitness industry?
There are so many inspirational people!! My first inspiration was Jamie Eason and she still is today. She’s an amazing role model!

ARTICLES

Getting FocusedAugust 5, 2015 BY Jaimie Bernhardt

When I was approached by ProSupps to write a blog about any topic, there were so many that raced through my mind.

The fitness industry is full of knowledgeable, driven individuals so it seems suiting that people turn to reading blogs to get good fitness advice. Now which topic to choose fr

When I was approached by ProSupps to write a blog about any topic, there were so many that raced through my mind.

The fitness industry is full of knowledgeable, driven individuals so it seems suiting that people turn to reading blogs to get good fitness advice. Now which topic to choose from. I decided to choose a topic that I feel is extremely important, focus.

Now you ask why focus? When I say focus I mean that in all aspects of your fitness goals. Whether it be in your training, your daily life, supplements and in eating your meals.

There have been many times where I will get to the gym and just go through the motions. Yes I am getting a lift in but am I really concentrating on the muscles that I'm working?  It's not all about lifting as heavy as you can. My favorite lifts are the ones with not the heaviest weight, but heavy enough to where I can do negatives aka

Eccentric training.   Eccentric training is my favorite way to train, and it takes full focus to do so. You have to really to listen to your body and concentrate on the muscle group you are working. An example of negatives, controlling the weight at a slow pace as you straighten your arm on a bicep curl.

Another example, which is one of my favorites is a few days after a heavy leg day. I will get on the stairmill still a little sore and squeeze my booty with every step. I can feel my muscles contracting. I don't go very fast, it's all about concentrating on the muscle group I am working.

When it comes to diet it goes hand in hand with training. You need to focus on both. You can't have great training without proper nutrition. Being healthy and fit is a lifestyle change. Diet is a key component to that lifestyle.

You should listen to your body and how it reacts to certain foods and the only way to do that is by trial and error. It took me years to figure out what certain foods do to my body. I will throw a new food in and see if it bloats me or makes me feel more energized.
That also goes with your supplement regimen. I know what works well for my body when it comes to supplements. And in the sea of supplements it's imperative to find good quality products. I have been blessed to be a part of, in my opinion, the best supplement company out there, ProSupps. I have loved all their products and even better I get the results I'm working for. When it comes to supplements its quality not so much quantity.
So that being said I think to utilize your time in the most effective way you should start with a clear mind and tell yourself what it is that you want to accomplish. Everyone has a busy schedule and it is easy to lose focus.  Keep your eyes on the prize and that prize is you!

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