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Maggie Lane Training @ Golds Gym Venice Slideshow by Jerry Fredrick

Name: Maggie Lane

Age: 29          

Weight: 125             

Height: 5’7”

Age Began Training: 29     

Why did you stat training?
I wanted to challenge myself, mentally and physically with something new! As an athlete, I have never done such a specific training program like this before. It’s a program where nutrition, workouts and lifestyle come together to sculpt the body with a focus, detail and purpose. I love it!

Bodybuilding Titles:  
Muscle Beach International Memorial Beach First Place Winner 2012; National NPC Bikini Competitor; NPC Border States 2012 First Place Winner; Sacramento Show 2012 Second Place Winner

Number of Days Per Week You Train:
5 days a week! 6-7 days of cardio

Bodypart Split:
Monday Plyometrics; Tuesday: Back & Core; Wednesday: Chest, Biceps & Calves; Thursdays: Legs & yoga; Friday: Shoulder, Triceps, Calves.

Sample Bodypart Routine:   
Shoulders: Lateral Raises 3×15; Front Raises 3×15; Rear Delt Raises 3×15; Handstand pushups 3×10; Seated Rows 3×11; Shoulder Presses 3×15

Fun Factoid:  
I love to sing! I got one of my degrees in opera performance. So, you might find me singing or humming randomly throughout the day.

I was also an international elite gymnast as a child. I loved tumbling, flipping and twisting.  To provide balance and a bit of serenity in my life, I do yoga. It keeps me in the moment, calm, and focused.

I eat 6 meals a day. All meals are nutritionally balanced, clean and healthy!

My diet consists of oats, sweet potatoes, chicken, fish, sometimes steak, green veggies, salads, avocado, and almonds. I like to get creative with recipes and see what kind of fun concoctions I can conjure! ;)

Multivitamin, Probiotics, Vitamin C, ALA, CLA, Vitamin D, Milk Thistle, Fish Oils, and Green tea.

Can Be Reached at:
Email: [email protected]
Twitter: MaggieLane123
Instagram: MaggieLane123

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