Oct 05

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Caitlin Cooke Wbff Pro – Talks To Us

Age: 23
Weight: 130lbs (On-Stage) 140-145Ibs (Off-Stage)

Workout Routine:

  • Monday- Glutes & Hamstrings
  • Tuesday- Chest & Biceps
  • Wednesday- Back & Tri
  • Thursday- OFF
  • Friday- Quads and Calves
  • Saturday- Shoulders & Abs
  • Sunday- OFF

Cardio AM- 40 Minutes

A lot of other women look up to you, who do you look up to?

Two women come to my mind who I look up to within the fitness industry, Andreia Brazier and Julie Bonnett. Although they are my competition within the WBFF Fitness Model Pro Division I have a huge amount of respect for these ladies. They not only have absolutely flawless and amazing physiques on stage but they maintain these great physiques year round which is not always the easiest to do. I had the opportunity to meet Andreia at The WBFF Worlds this past August and she is one of the most down to earth easy going people I have ever met. I have talked to Julie several times as well and not only is she a huge sweetheart but she is an extremely supportive woman. The women are the real deal and the ENTIRE package.


Your favourite food?

I love Sushi so much- I tend to have sushi as my weekly cheat meals I would have this over pizza and chocolate any day.

What’s your best music to work out to?

I really enjoy a lot of house music to really pump me up in my cardio as well as weight lifting. I listen to people such as David Guetta, Tiesto, Avicii, Deadmau5 and I like a lot of the new modern tunes that are top hits you usually hear on the radio- yup the ones they over played, I like them before they are overplayed !

Do you eat any of what people call junk food? If so how often?

Who doesn’t eat junk food every so often? We all need to treat ourselves every once in a while with something delicious and out of the norm of our regular diet. Although I try not to cheat with “junk food” often as my stomach does not handle the grease and sugar very well. I usually only cheat with “junk food” post competition where I usually indulge in something like pizza, cheesecake, Reeses and Cinnamon buns. A day or night of this and I am usually in a food coma for a day and have gotten very sick so I try not to do this very often.

Do you drink alcohol? If so how often?

Coming from a small town I will admit I use to drink a lot of alcohol prior to my fitness career, it use to be a regular weekend accurance. That all changed when fitness became number one in my life and now I drink maybe 2 to 3 times a year. This is usually for my birthday, Christmas and some other occasion such as a family wedding. The amount of alcohol consumption is maybe 2-5 drinks also very little as alcohol is another thing my stomach and body does not take to very well anymore after basically eliminating it from my life for the past 3 years.

What would an example be of your diet you eat day to day?

Current Sample Meal Plan (Off Season)-

  • Meal 1- 1 Scoop of Nutrabolics Vanilla Isobolic Protein, 1/3 cup of Oats and ½ TBSP of Natural PB
  • Meal 2- ¾ Greek Yogurt with ½ Cup of Berries
  • Meal 3- 3.5oz chicken, 1/3 cup of brown rice and spinach (PRE-WORKOUT)
  • Meal 4- Protein Pancake (Oats, Egg whites, Cinnamon) (POST-WORKOUT)
  • Meal 5- 4oz of chicken or fish and ½ an Apple with Cinnamon
  • Meal 6- 6 Egg whites and Greens (As many as I want)


If you could pick only 3 different body parts to put on your body from 3 other people, what would they be and why?

Andreia Brazier’s Abs- she has some of the most symmetrical and deep solid ab wall build I have ever seen, its just the perfect amount for a women still keeping her very feminine. Julie Bonnett’s Glutes are some of the most solid and conditioned glutes I have yet to see on a fitness competitor her connection from hamstring to lower glute is remarkable. Emily Stirling’s Delts are some of the best I have yet to see on a woman. With three completely split heads front, middle and rear and the separation from her delts to bicep muscle is out of this world.

What are your 1st and 2nd biggest achievements in life so far?

My biggest #1 achievement would definitely be winning my Pro Card in what I believe is the best fitness organization in the industry, The WBFF. I originally wanted to bring the best package I possibly could to the WBFF Stage and the more intense and in depth I got into my training my real goal was to walk away with my Pro Card. It was on April 28th, 2012 all my dreams became reality. My 2nd biggest achievement in life so far was getting the opportunity to represent a huge supplement company, Nutrabolics. I felt extremely honored and blessed to be able to be a part of such an amazing company and team.

What is your main goal in life?

My biggest goal is to inspire those just like me to make life changing choices to get them in the best possible shape they have ever imagined. Myself with your typical Endomorph body I had to work really hard to get to where I am today. I cannot say it was easy and it took a lot of sacrifice but in the end all the pain and sweat was worth it. With dedication, commitment, motivation and willpower I know anyone can get to the goals they have set out for themselves. Whether these individuals reach out to myself for help or others- if I can inspire you to make that change then I have done my job.

What is your favourite picture of yourself at the moment?


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