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Johnny Hewitt

2012 Mens Bodybuilding
Super Heavyweight Champion

2011 MABBA Novice Mens Classic Tall Bodybuilding Champion

Location: Brandon, Manitoba, Canada

Age:

Birthdate: April 21

“Those who fail to prepare are preparing to fail!”

Johnny Hewitt was raised in a small town in Manitoba. Coming from an athletic background having played three years of Junior Hockey and six years of semi-professional hockey across Canada and the United States, bodybuilding was always a passion. It seemed that aspirations to pursue bodybuilding would be cut short each season due to hockey conditioning and training. Having retired from hockey in 2006, he decided to pursue bodybuilding as his healthy outlet. After training for a competition in 2009, this dream was unexpectedly interrupted when he found out he had a fractured vertebrae that required immediate surgery. The surgery left him bedridden for two months followed by another ten months of physiotherapy. Johnny proved again not only was he a fighter on the ice or in the ring, but that this would be the greatest fight of all! In March of 2011 the dream of competing became a reality when he took the stage for the first time placing first in the Men’s Tall Classic and fifth in the Men’s Light-Heavy Weight divisions at the MABBA Novice competition. Johnny is looking forward to competing in the 2011 MABBA Provincials and various future competitions. Thanks to Manitoba Muscle for image.

Recent Contest History

  • 1st Place Men's Bodybuilding Super Heavyweight, June 2012
  • 2nd Place Men's Classic Bodybuilding, MABBA Provincials, June 2011
  • 1st Place Men's Classic Bodybuilding Champion, MABBA Novice, March 2011

Special Thanks: Johnny attributes his success to hard work, discipline and the consistent guidance from Craig and Julie Bonnett at ContestPrep.com. He gives special thanks to his girlfriend, family, friends and most of all his faith. Sponsors: Fitness Quest Gym, Brandon, Virden Ford Sales and Fitness Resolution, Virden and Popeye's Supplements Winnipeg

“Pain is weakness leaving the body.”


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