Christina Hunter competes in the NPC Bikini Division. She has been a sponsored athlete of Fairfield Nutrition Zone since January of 2014. Christina has competed in many shows and has had various experiences throughout her time in the fitness industry thus far. She earned her first National Qualification in at Muscle Beach in August of 2014 by taking 2nd place in the Open and also took 1st place in Novice. This spring she qualified two more times at the Steve Stone Metropolitan Championships and John Kemper Classic, placing 3rd in both. She is preparing for her first national competition at Team Universe this July. Christina is coached by Phil Provenzano and is trained by John Fiore.Christina is a well rounded fitness enthusiast with a passion for nutrition and helping others.
Date Posted: February 17, 2016
Starting a new weight loss plan or looking to drop a few pounds? Preparing your meals in advance is the best way to stay on track.
Date Posted: January 12, 2016
The early bird really does catch the worm. Rising early each morning has been correlated with success, good health, and even less stress
Date Posted: October 21, 2015
It’s football season! Not only is football one of my favorite sports to watch but I love everything else that comes along with it- the tailgates, parties, and most of all the snacks! Football Sundays are perfect for cheering on your favorite team and indulging in delicious food and drinks with loved ones. Do you participate in weekly football celebrations? If so, check out some tailgate tips and healthy swaps of football game favorites to get through this season looking like the wide receivers the whole way through!
Date Posted: September 16, 2015
There are several aspects to consider when aiming to achieve a fit core some being nutrition, exercise, supplementation, rest and stress levels. Here are several tips and tricks that have been successful for me in order to maintain a flat tummy year- round.
Date Posted: July 15, 2015
It’s summertime! Tis’ the season for barbeques, beach, and bikinis. It’s hot and sunny out, increasing motivation to spend time outside and in less clothing per usual. Here are some tips to stay fit and healthy throughout the hot summer months.
Date Posted: April 20, 2015
On Saturday March 21st, Nutrition Zone Fairfield was a proud sponsor of the first NPC Stage Ready Workshop which was an event established to fundraise for St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital…
Date Posted: November 10, 2014
Plyometrics, also known as "Plyos", is a training technique consisting of explosive movements that improve power, coordination, speed and agility. This training can assist in building stamina and increasing overall athletic performance. It is also a great method to use to shape the lower body, glutes especially!
Date Posted: October 28, 2014
Well, it's that time of year again. The weather is getting colder, the darkness seems longer, and in some cases this may cause one's motivation to drop. On top of that, the temptations of the holidays are approaching beginning with the candy on Halloween, followed by the Thanksgiving feast, Christmas and New Years Eve festivities, as well as a long winter to endure after all of this. Is it possible to enjoy all the holiday celebrations as well as get through the hardships of winter and still maintain a fit lifestyle? Yes, it certainly is. Here are some of my "off-season" tips.
Date Posted: October 03, 2014
As an essential in developing muscle, and probably the most frequent term used in the fitness world, protein intake is a priority to consider in achieving your fitness goals. Protein is important in that this molecule helps promote the muscle building process referred to as "protein synthesis." There are several types on the market to be aware of before choosing the right one for you…
Date Posted: September 16, 2014
Throughout the past two years, being involved in NPC competitions, I have learned so much and have made countless changes to my contest preparation, exercise regime, and show presentation. It has been a road of trial and error. I wouldn't change my journey for the world but for the new competitors, or those contemplating entering the bodybuilding world, here are some bits of advice…