Athletes & Ambassadors

Alex Faulkner

General
Name: Alex Faulkner
Birth Place: Dunedin, New Zealand
Height: 170cm
Contest Weight: 75kg
Off-Season Weight: 88kg
Occupation: Student (University of Otago)
Athletic Background: Rugby
Hobbies/Interest: Bodybuilding 
 
Favorites
Body Part: Arms 
Prep Meal: Chicken, rice and green beans
Cheat Meal: Sushi/Donuts
Platinum Labs Product: Anabolic Triad 
Exercise: Deadlift 
Movie: Anchorman
Music Genre: Hip-hop/Rap
Sport: Rugby League
Quote:  “They've done studies you know. Sixty percent of the time it works every time.”
 
How Did You Get Into Fitness And Competing?
Being thrown into the gym for rugby training at high school really ignited a passion for resistance training. I soon gave up on Rugby when I was 18 to focus on my gym training. After an “offseason,” I decided to diet down for summer and eventually led me to compete as a WFF junior the following year. Winning the overall athletic title qualified me to travel to South Korea and compete as a WFF junior. It may not have been the best performance outcome, but it allowed me to see the industry on a global scale. This really gave me insight as to what the possibilities are in bodybuilding, and how you’ve got to work hard to get there. 
 
How Do You Balance Your Social Life And Fitness Life?
University, movies
 
Who Do You Look Up To In The Fitness Industry?
Shane Hunter
Artemus Dolgin
Flex Lewis
Kai Greene
 
Comp History: 
Overall Athletic NABBA/WFF Christchurch Grand Prix 2014
Outside top 6 WFF Universe 2014
1st place NABBA/WFF Nationals 2014
5th place Junior WFF Worlds 2014
1st place Junior NABBA/WFF Christchurch Grand Prix 2015, Overall NABBA Pan Pacific Champs 2015. 
1st place WFF Junior NABBA/WFF Nationals 2015
1st place NABBA Junior NABBA/WFF Top of South
4th place WFF pro-am Pan Pacific Champs 2016
1st place NABBA Junior NABBA/WFF Nationals 2016

Alex Faulkner

General
Name: Alex Faulkner
Birth Place: Dunedin, New Zealand
Height: 170cm
Contest Weight: 75kg
Off-Season Weight: 88kg
Occupation: Student (University of Otago)
Athletic Background: Rugby
Hobbies/Interest: Bodybuilding 
 
Favorites
Body Part: Arms 
Prep Meal: Chicken, rice and green beans
Cheat Meal: Sushi/Donuts
Platinum Labs Product: Anabolic Triad 
Exercise: Deadlift 
Movie: Anchorman
Music Genre: Hip-hop/Rap
Sport: Rugby League
Quote:  “They've done studies you know. Sixty percent of the time it works every time.”
 
How Did You Get Into Fitness And Competing?
Being thrown into the gym for rugby training at high school really ignited a passion for resistance training. I soon gave up on Rugby when I was 18 to focus on my gym training. After an “offseason,” I decided to diet down for summer and eventually led me to compete as a WFF junior the following year. Winning the overall athletic title qualified me to travel to South Korea and compete as a WFF junior. It may not have been the best performance outcome, but it allowed me to see the industry on a global scale. This really gave me insight as to what the possibilities are in bodybuilding, and how you’ve got to work hard to get there. 
 
How Do You Balance Your Social Life And Fitness Life?
University, movies
 
Who Do You Look Up To In The Fitness Industry?
Shane Hunter
Artemus Dolgin
Flex Lewis
Kai Greene
 
Comp History: 
Overall Athletic NABBA/WFF Christchurch Grand Prix 2014
Outside top 6 WFF Universe 2014
1st place NABBA/WFF Nationals 2014
5th place Junior WFF Worlds 2014
1st place Junior NABBA/WFF Christchurch Grand Prix 2015, Overall NABBA Pan Pacific Champs 2015. 
1st place WFF Junior NABBA/WFF Nationals 2015
1st place NABBA Junior NABBA/WFF Top of South
4th place WFF pro-am Pan Pacific Champs 2016
1st place NABBA Junior NABBA/WFF Nationals 2016

Alex Faulkner

General
Name: Alex Faulkner
Birth Place: Dunedin, New Zealand
Height: 170cm
Contest Weight: 75kg
Off-Season Weight: 88kg
Occupation: Student (University of Otago)
Athletic Background: Rugby
Hobbies/Interest: Bodybuilding 
 
Favorites
Body Part: Arms 
Prep Meal: Chicken, rice and green beans
Cheat Meal: Sushi/Donuts
Platinum Labs Product: Anabolic Triad 
Exercise: Deadlift 
Movie: Anchorman
Music Genre: Hip-hop/Rap
Sport: Rugby League
Quote:  “They've done studies you know. Sixty percent of the time it works every time.”
 
How Did You Get Into Fitness And Competing?
Being thrown into the gym for rugby training at high school really ignited a passion for resistance training. I soon gave up on Rugby when I was 18 to focus on my gym training. After an “offseason,” I decided to diet down for summer and eventually led me to compete as a WFF junior the following year. Winning the overall athletic title qualified me to travel to South Korea and compete as a WFF junior. It may not have been the best performance outcome, but it allowed me to see the industry on a global scale. This really gave me insight as to what the possibilities are in bodybuilding, and how you’ve got to work hard to get there. 
 
How Do You Balance Your Social Life And Fitness Life?
University, movies
 
Who Do You Look Up To In The Fitness Industry?
Shane Hunter
Artemus Dolgin
Flex Lewis
Kai Greene
 
Comp History: 
Overall Athletic NABBA/WFF Christchurch Grand Prix 2014
Outside top 6 WFF Universe 2014
1st place NABBA/WFF Nationals 2014
5th place Junior WFF Worlds 2014
1st place Junior NABBA/WFF Christchurch Grand Prix 2015, Overall NABBA Pan Pacific Champs 2015. 
1st place WFF Junior NABBA/WFF Nationals 2015
1st place NABBA Junior NABBA/WFF Top of South
4th place WFF pro-am Pan Pacific Champs 2016
1st place NABBA Junior NABBA/WFF Nationals 2016