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Christy Barnette - Pro Bikini, Pro Bikini Master
Christy Barnette

Christy Barnette - Pro Bikini, Pro Bikini Master

Personal: Married, 2 children

Place of Birth: Springfield, Tennessee

Email: barnette_christy@yahoo.com

Facebook: Christy Harper Barnette

State of residence: Kentucky

Available For Posing Exhibitions and/or Seminars: Yes

Occupation:
NASM Certified Personal Trainer
NASM Certified PES
NASM Nutrition Specialist
Respiratory Therapist

Hobbies:
Working out
Running
Spending time with family and friends

Favorite Movie: The Case For Christ

Favorite Actor: Patrick Dempsey

Favorite Band: Casting Crowns

Favorite Performer: Eagles

Food: Mexican or Pizza

Favorite TV Show: Forensic Files

Training since: 2016

Year Turned PRO: 2019

Stats:
Height: 5' 4"
Preshow Weight: 130 lbs.
Show Weight: 116 lbs.

Personal Trainer Since: 1996

Education: College Graduate

Best Body Part: Back

Most Challenging Body Part: Glutes and Abs

Favorite Exercise: Back

Least Favorite Exercise: Legs

Traits You Admire Most In Others: Honesty and Integrity

Traits You Admire Most In Yourself: Hardworking and never give up attitude

WINNINGS/PLACINGS:

April 2019 in NGA Lexington, Kentucky - Overall Bikini NGA PRO Card

Certificates: Respiratory Therapist for over 20 years.

BIO: The first thing I want people to know about me is I am only here by the Grace of God. Without his love and mercy, I would be a lost, lonely soul. I found out at an early stage that I loved to exercise. To be honest that was my refuge. I was a chunky kid growing up so playing sports and exercising helped me to overcome some very detrimental low self esteem. I realized that being strong meant more than physical it meant mental as well. I found bodybuilding by accident, my stepdaughter suggested we do a competition together. I loved every minute of it. I loved seeing the changes in not only my body but in my mind and heart as well. It helped to promote a feeling of worth and appreciation in myself.

Through all the training (ups and downs), I developed an attitude that life is short and enjoy every minute. YOLO (you only live once) is a motto I am trying to live by more these days. I have changed so much in the past 3 years and I owe some of it to the world of NGA bodybuilding. I have become whom God always wanted me to be. I share my experience with others because life is not always easy, it can be tough at times. We make mistakes but what we learn can be such a blessing. If you are looking for something to motivate, inspire, look no further than inside yourself. You might just amaze yourself on what you can accomplish if you put your mind to it. Don't let anyone tell you your worth for that is yours to tell yourself. Dream BIG and DO BIGGER. I am fortunate to have a loving family. I can't wait to hear your story!!!!!!

Christy Barnette