Jenny Pacey, aka Gladiator ' Enigma'Fitness Celebrity and Expert
Jenny is the definition of what it is to be fit! International athlete, Fitness Celebrity,TelevisionPresenter, Model, International writer, motivational speakers,Fitness expert and Gladiator ‘Enigma’. Jenny Pacey has firmly establishedherselfas a force within the fitness and entertainment industry.
Media personality,sportsmodel and presenter, having stared as 'Enigma' in the all-new Gladiators,and proudto be a USN hero! Jenny is an extremely successful young woman with aspecial combinationof intelligence, beauty, charisma and sporting ability.
With her strikinglooks,feminine yet athletic physique, competitive and academic background, modelingandmedia experience and passion for success Jenny is a young woman determined togoall the way!)
Jenny admits that she lovesthe thrill of winning and competition. ‘I am personally inspired to be thebest I can be in everything I do’.
The athletic brunet believes the key to success is balance, she explains she trainshard, but smart and listens to her body. For Jenny being fit means she do everythingshe loves in life. And believes 'if you settle for nothing less than your best,you will be amazed with what you will achieve'
Having originated from Lincoln, Jenny has excelled as an International sports woman. As a child she enjoyed most sports from gymnastics, to being a national level swimmer and a highly competent horse rider.
After relinquishing her dreams of becoming a jockey when she grew to 5,11 at the age of eleven Jenny concentrated on athletics. And studied at Loughborough university to gain a Sports Science degree and personal training qualifications.
This strong woman’s determination and physical ability has taken her to Olympic heights. Jenny has represented Great Britain in two sports. Athletics in the Pentathlon and Long jump; as well as in the more unusual and dangerous sport of Bob sledding.
Jenny trains six days a week, for between 2 and 4 hours a day. She also personally trains clients 5 days a week. Jenny explains ‘for me training is a habit not a chore, I love being active. Being and feeling 'fit' is an integral part of my life’
Monday: Weights Training: Olympic Lifting, including Power Cleans, Hang Snatch,Overhead Sq, Flat Bench, Romanian Dead lift, chins with narrow grip. Followed by some Pre-hab and Core stability and stretch.
Tuesday: Track: session of sprints, Plyometrics and drills.
Wednesday: Weights: Dumbbell Circuits, abbs to finish.
Thursday: Track: session of sprints, plyometrics, sled pulls and long jump technique work.
Friday: Weights: Olympic lifting and abdominal session.
Saturday: A well-needed Rest Day! This is also usually my cheat day when I eat whatever I like and relax.
Sunday: Hill running session during the winter; and a technical long jump session during the summer. 2-3 hour duration.
She has now represented Great Britain in two sports, as an international athlete in the events of; Pentathlon & Long Jump. She began the sport of Bobsleigh in 2005 at the World Championships in Canada. In 2006 she was part of the GB Olympic team in the Turin Games.
Protein bars; Jenny loves the new Blueberry and white chocolate flavour ' I love the taste ...it’s like having a treat, they really fill me up andare a great post training ‘pick me up'.
Amino Pro; Jenny explains Amino acids are really important when training hard and lifting heavy weights for recovery and muscle repair.
Triple Omega; Jenny suggest all women should start the day with a fish oil to help regulate hormones/ appetite through the day and provide good fats.
MultiPlex; with all the training Jenny does she makes sure shetakes in enough vitamins and minerals, ‘this daily dose of extra nutrients help my body perform at its fullest potential’.
CLA 1000; helps keep Jenny’s body fat low and lean muscle high ready for those photo shoots.
Creatine X4; Jenny uses creatine when she wants to add muscle mass and strength, She likes this product as it does not create bloating water retention.
ZMA; this crucial supplement helps Jenny have a great night’s sleep and train harder.