Hunter Labrada is a certified personal trainer and nationally qualified NPC bodybuilder located in the northwest part of Houston, Texas. Regardless if you are out of shape and/or new to the gym and wanting to make a lifestyle change, or a serious athlete looking to take things to the next level, Hunter has experience and can help! Hunter has a passion for helping committed, driven individuals reach their physique goals, and specializes in the following areas: muscle building, fat loss, offseason bodybuilding programs, and contest preparation for bodybuilding and physique athletes.
Hunter believes in a healthy approach to achieving your goals, so anyone choosing to work with him can be assured there will be no crash dieting or severe caloric restrictions, hours of cardio, or use of an exorbitant amount of supplements. Hunter has written 20+ articles published on Bodybuilding.com, and has appeared in several large fitness and bodybuilding publications including Flex, Ironman, and Muscular Development.
2016 was a big year competitively for Hunter, who entered and won both the Men’s Open Heavyweight class as well as the Men’s Overall Bodybuilding title at the 2016 NPC Branch Warren Classic, and several weeks later won the Men’s Open Super-heavyweight class at the 2016 NPC San Antonio Pro Extravaganza. Hunter capped the 2016 competitive season off by winning NPC Texas Athlete of the Year.
In 2017 Hunter has continued to build on the previous season’s success, winning both the Open Super-heavyweight class as well as the Men’s Open Overall title at the Dallas Europa Sports Games. Hunter now has hits sights set on competing in a pro qualifier in 2018, and is currently working hard to build a physique that is worthy of pro status.
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