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In 2001, Johnnie Jackson became the National Overall Champion of the United States at the NPC Nationals. Since then, he’s been continuously climbing his way to the top of the IFBB pro ranks with his awe-inspiring size, definition and symmetry. It’s no wonder he’s one of the most popular bodybuilding personalities to hit the professional circuit. It takes a certain mindset to get as far as Johnnie.
In fact, much of Johnnie’s training discipline and life philosophy comes from his stint in the armed forces. He even served in Desert Shield and Desert Storm. With his unrelenting hardcore training and his intelligent nutritional and supplementation plan, we know he’ll just keep getting bigger and better.
Weight Training, high volume, HIIT
Cheeseburger & Sweet Potato Fries
Sugar Free Jello
RDLs and Walking Lunges
Spending time with my Fiancé, family and friends as well as coming up with healthy dessert recipes that incorporate ALLMAX Protein
A little over 4 years ago I hit a wall. I was about to turn 30 and I noticed my bad eating habits, lack of exercise and discipline were taking a toll on my body. Mentally, I was unhappy with what I was seeing in the mirror. My very cliché New Year’s resolution was to get into the best shape of my life. I also needed to make myself accountable, so I hired a coach and signed up for my first NPC Bikini competition. I had no idea what I was getting myself into and dove into prep feet first. Little did I know that signing up for one show would completely change my life forever! I was hooked on competing and more so on a fit and healthy lifestyle. Fitness has given me more amazing things than I can count and I am so thankful for all the opportunities that have come my way since embracing fitness over 4 years ago.
BPM – It’s super upbeat and keeps me moving so my heart rate is in an ideal range during training
Lifting belt and straps, jump rope, resistance bands, wireless Beats, lip gloss, and ALLMAX ACUTS, HVOL and L-Carnitine
Someone finishing up with a piece of equipment and not re-racking their weights. Especially if it’s a leg press with at least a dozen plates on each side
IFBB Professional Competitions: 2nd Place, Baltimore Pro, Oct. 2016 5th Place, Bikini Olympia, Sept. 2016 1st Place, Bikini – Baltimore Grand Prix, July 2016 1st Place, Bikini – Toronto Pro Supershow, June 2016 – *Olympia Qualified* 13th Place, Bikini – Pittsburgh Pro, May 2016 – Pro Debut NPC National Competitions: 1st place Bikini Class C, Earned Pro Card, Nationals 2014 5th place, Bikini Class C, Jr. USA’s 2014 11th place, Bikini Class C, Nationals 2013 9th place, Bikini Class C, Team Universe 2013 NPC Regional Competitions Overall, Bikini – East Coast Classic 2013 1st Place, Bikini Class B – East Coast Classic 2013 1st Place, Bikini Class B – MD State 2013 3rd Place, Bikini Class B – Baltimore Gladiator- Baltimore
Cardio 4-5 days a week. Monday – Glutes / Hams Tuesday – Back / Abs Wednesday – Chest / Arms / Calves Thursday – Off Friday – Shoulders / Abs Saturday – Hams / Glutes Sunday – Rest Day
I typically like to eat 5-6 meals that include a balance of protein, fats, and carbs. A typical day would look like: Meal 1: ½ cup Oatmeal with 1/4 cup Berries, 1 tbsp Ground Flax Seed, 4 Egg Whites Meal 2: ½ cup Non-Fat Greek Yogurt or Cottage Cheese with ½ scoop of Isoflex Meal 3: 4 oz Lean Meat like Chicken Breast or Ground Turkey, 4 oz Sweet Potatoes and Green Vegetables Meal 4: 4 oz of Sirloin & 4 oz Sweet Potatoes and Green Vegetables Meal 5: Salad with 4 oz of Lean Meat Meal 6: Scoop of Isoflex and 1 tbsp of Peanut Butter
Protein Fluff Ice Cream! 1 scoop of Isoflex or Allwhey 1 cup of Almond Milk 2 cups of Ice ¼ tsp Xanthan Gum Put all ingredients into a blender and blend until smooth and the consistency of ice cream! Top with fat-free whipped cream and enjoy!
Morning: Vitafemme CLA L-Carnitine Digestive Enzymes 1 scoop ACUTS Pre-Workout: L-Carnitine 1 scoop Glutamine 1 scoop Leucine 1 scoop HVOL 1 scoop Aminocore Post-Workout: 1 scoop Glutamine 1 scoop Leucine 1 scoop Isoflex Before Bed: Omega 3 ZMA