Noel Arevalo

Noel Arevalo is an NASM-certified personal trainer, bikini competitor, fitness model, and powerlifter. She found her way into fitness during a difficult period in her life, using weights as a means to escape the difficult issues she had to deal with.

However, fitness quickly became much more than just an escape for Noel. She became ‘obsessed’ with achieving progress in the gym, slowly building an awesome physique.

She also started sharing her journey with the online world; posting pictures and videos of her transformation. Many people related to her story, and as a result, she became famous online.

Noel takes great pride in her accomplishments so far, and looks forward to more challenges in the future – be it in her online coaching business, or on the bikini stage.


 

Noel Arevalo flexing her biceps and smiling

“How you spend each and every day is what contributes to your future. Choose wisely how you spend your time, is it benefiting your future or pushing you further away from it?”

Athlete Statistics

Full Name: Noel Arevalo
WeightHeightProfessionEra
135 - 145lbs (61.2 - 65.8kg)5'6" (167.5cm)Bikini Athlete, Online Coach, Powerlifter, Social Media Personality2010
Weight135 - 145lbs (61.2 - 65.8kg)
Height5'6" (167.5cm)
ProfessionBikini Athlete, Online Coach, Powerlifter, Social Media Personality
Era2010


 

Noel Arevalo's 2010-2017 transformation, from skinny to fit with stunning glutes

“Sometimes I find myself overwhelmed with life. I have to remind myself it’s all a mindset and to embrace that feeling because being complacent is not living and you’re not growing. Just breathe, do the best, and be the best you can.”

Accomplishments

  • Sponsored Athlete
  • Online Coach
  • Entrepreneur (training and dieting programs)

Competitions

  • 2015 GovCup Open Bikini D, 1st place

 

Noel Arevalo in grey yoga pants, flexing her biceps from the back, and smiling


 

Noel Arevalo on a apartment balcony, in a revealing black swimsuit, showing her awesome glutes

Training

Noel follows a structured training program, working out with weights five or six times per week. Along with doing cardio on three of those days. In the build up to a bikini contest, she increases the number of her cardio sessions to five times per week.

As for her preferred types of cardio, Noel likes to switch things up. There are times where she does only HIIT, and also times where she combines it with steady-state cardio.

Shoulder Workout

While she usually follows a standard 8-12 rep range, Noel likes to go a little bit lighter on weights when training shoulders; focusing on the ‘pump’ and ‘burn’ by doing a higher number of reps.

  • Shoulder Machine Press, 3 sets of 12 reps
  • Lateral Raises, 3 sets of 12-14 reps
  • Reverse Cable Crossovers, 3 sets of 12-16 reps
  • Rear Delt Dumbbell Flys, 3 sets of 12-14 reps
  • Front Delt Dumbbell Raises, 3 sets of 12-14 reps

 


 

Noel Arevalo kneeling on a beach, with her hands on rocks, flexing her sensational glutes

Nutrition

There isn’t any secret when it comes to Noel’s diet – she says it’s all planning her meals ahead, and giving up on treats for most of the time.

Her diet includes eating lots of green vegetables such as spinach, lettuce, kale, and broccoli. For carbs, she eats quinoa, brown rice, whole wheat pasta, and sometimes potatoes.

Her protein intake comes from lean turkey, chicken, and beef. While the healthy fats come from foods such as egg yolks, avocados, and nut butter.

Supplements

  • BCAAs
  • Fish Oil
  • Magnesium
  • Zinc

 

Noel Arevalo being naked on a beach, covering her lean body with her arms and hair as she smiles to the camera


 

Noel Arevalo stretching against the wall in blue yoga pants, displaying her incredible leg and glute development

What we can learn from Noel Arevalo

Many athletes, like Noel, discover fitness after they go through some kind of adversity in their life. They channel their stresses and other negative emotions through ‘the iron’, which helps them feel better.

If you too struggle with a difficult period in your life, consider taking on a weight training program – it could help you ‘sweat out’ the frustrations you might be dealing with, and ultimately – allow you to lead a healthier, and happier life.

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