Having earned a first place in powerlifting in her hometown of Brisbane, QLD this powerlifter turned bodybuilder and beauty icon is a poster girl for strong women.
Meg reflects the Bulk ethos of hard work, breaking moulds and always striving for more as she prepares to conquer the stage in her first-ever bodybuilding competition. Be sure to check out her progress below and stay in the loop.
I’m a Gold Coast native, personal trainer and flexible dieting enthusiast.
I enjoy challenging my mental and physical strength and after just placing first in my weight division at my first Powerlifting Australia meet, I have embarked on a bodybuilding competition prep this year.
I am passionate about helping everyday people embrace training and nutrition. My fondness for Bulk Nutrients developed years ago when I felt like I’d struck gold in my discovery of a supplement brand that worked well with my student budget. You’ll often find me preaching how simple it can be to better your lifestyle, and supplementation is just another gateway to making your health overhaul just that little bit easier.
My current favourite Bulk Nutrients products are the Nutty Delight Protein Matrix+ and Micellar Casein at night with Cinnamon Toast Crunch cereal and blueberries!
Here are some of the Bulk Nutrients products I love!
Why I love it: It's such a straightforward go-to. Protein tends to be what I require supplementation for the most and the WPI is just easy.
How I use it: Mix it up with water!
Why I love it: Because the flavour is so subtle and not too sweet.
How I use it: Mixed in oats or with water.
Why I love it: WPC has a great flavour and mixes well in my oats.
How I use it: Mixed in oats and yoghurt.
Why I love it: It tastes GOOOOOOD and gives me energy for my workouts.
How I use it: Before training in water and ice.
Why I love it: It goes well with baking.
How I use it: Mixed into my protein scrolls, bars and baked goods to add protein.
I love, love, LOVE flexible dieting (tracking macronutrients). It has completely transformed my relationship with food. It has my body running like a well-oiled machine. It allows me to enjoy whole foods and soul foods with a balanced approach. It does not feel restrictive or like a ‘diet’.
When not in prep, I eat out 2-3 times a week because flexible dieting allows for eating out, unlike the rigidity of meal plans. I do see the benefit in meal plans for education and awareness, but I do believe everyone should have experience in flexible dieting.
What is my average daily calorie intake? 1800-2600 calories
Foods I avoid... Eggplant (intolerant)
Foods I crave... Potato chips. I have no idea why. Hyper palatability?
My ultimate cheat meal is... My favourite meals to have when eating out are anything Asian, a big breakfast and pastries.
Any day begins with a compound followed by accessories to support my compounds or target areas.
Squat and deadlift 1-2 x per week, bench press 2 x per week.
Train glutes 2-3 x per week.
Do you have any medium/long term goals you're working towards?
Medium and long term goal is to achieve my best physique possible for my debut on the bodybuilding stage in Oct, 2020.
Long term I aim to continue to bulk up muscle mass while bringing down the body fat.
Have you had any exceptional results (in competitions or otherwise) in the last few years? Let us know what they are!
Brisbane local powerlifting Australia meet - placed first and best lifter of the day.