Callie Bundy is an American fitness model, TV personality, social media influencer, and a former bikini competitor. She has appeared in several fashion and lifestyle publications. Her sports craze, which she developed at a young age, has helped her land several sports-related television series.
Besides her perfectly chiseled physique and drop-dead gorgeous looks, Bundy also boasts an incredible aim, something she often shows off on Instagram.
Below is a complete breakdown of Callie Bundy’s profile, stats, biography, training, and diet regimens.
|Full Name: Callie Bundy|
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|Bikini Competitor, TV Personality, and Fitness Model||2010||American|
Born and raised in the coastal city of Milford, Connecticut, Bundy was involved in a variety of sports growing up. She played soccer, basketball, and softball during her high school days.
However, when she entered college, Callie started focusing on improving her softball skills. She was rewarded for her hard work as she went on to play NCAA Division 1 Softball.
After graduating from college, Callie Bundy started lifting weights and training regularly. She soon developed a liking for bikini contests and decided to compete in a show.
Callie Bundy competed in her first bikini show in 2011 — National Physique Committee (NPC) Eastern USA Championships, placing 11th.
After the humble start to her competitive bodybuilding career, Callie went back to the drawing board and started working on her weaknesses.
Her hard work and dedication paid off as she bagged a runner-up finish in her second show — the 2012 NPC Metropolitan Championships. She outdid herself in her next contest by winning the 2012 NPC Jay Cutler Classic.
2012 proved to be Bundy’s competitive bodybuilding career’s best year as she also won the NPC Bev Francis Atlantic States the same year and then took a third-place finish at the 2021 NPC Team Universe Championships. Carrie Bundy had four podium finishes in 2012, announcing her arrival in the bikini division.
Callie earned her Pro card by winning the 2013 NPC Team Universe & Fitness National Championships contest. Her last pro league show was the 2015 IFBB Toronto Pro Supershow, where she placed ninth.
After a harsh 2015 outing, Bundy hung her contest heels and started hosting a variety of TV shows, and modeled for various magazines and agencies.
- 2015 IFBB Toronto Pro Supershow, 9th place
- 2015 IFBB New York Pro, 13th place
- 2015 IFBB Pittsburgh Pro, 13th place
- 2014 IFBB PBW Tampa Pro, 13th place
- 2014 IFBB Prestige Crystal Cup, 11th place
- 2014 IFBB Toronto Pro Supershow, 3rd place
- 2014 IFBB New York Pro, 9th place
- 2014 IFBB Pittsburgh Pro, 10th place
- 2014 IFBB Battle on the Beach Pro, 4th place
- 2013 NPC Team Universe & Fitness National Championships, NP
- 2013 NPC Team Universe & Fitness National Championships, 2nd place
- 2013 NPC Junior USA Championships, 1st place
- 2013 NPC Steve Stone Metropolitan Championships, 3rd place
- 2012 IFBB North American Championships, 6th place
- 2012 NPC USA Championships, 8th place
- 2012 NPC Team Universe Championships, 3rd place
- 2012 NPC Bev Francis Atlantic States, 1st place
- 2012 NPC Jay Cutler Classic, 1st place
- 2012 NPC Metropolitan Championships, 2nd place
- 2011 NPC Eastern USA Championships, 11th place
“Slow progress is the real progress” is Callie’s training philosophy.
Bundy emphasizes the importance of enjoying your fitness journey. Most people who treat their training and diet program as a chore usually give up on the process as soon as it gets hard.
Callie Bundy loves training her glutes and hamstrings. Her lower body became her strongest suit after years of training. The same is true for her abdomen. Bundy had to train and diet hard to reveal her abs.
Some of Callie’s favorite exercises include good mornings, squats, and shoulder press. The former bikini competitor credits the squat for her gluteus development. She also reveals that shoulder press gave her the most intense arm pump.
Callie trains daily, and these are some of the exercises she does:
- Crunches – 4 sets of 30, 25, 20, 15 reps
- Leg raise with hip lift – 4 sets of 30, 25, 20, 15 reps
- Box squat jumps – 3 sets of 30 reps
- Full sit-up on stability ball – 4 sets of 30, 25, 20, 15 reps
- Cardio – 40-50 min
Callie Bundy was never a fan of dieting before starting her fitness transformation. She believes that she had a fast metabolism because of her active lifestyle and could get away with occasional unhealthy eating now and then.
However, Bundy knew she would need to follow a strict diet program to do well in a bikini contest. She started seeing improvements in her physique as soon as she started following a personalized nutrition plan, making her keener to step on stage.
Callie believes that an individual should never suppress their cravings for too long. Although she mostly eats healthy, she lets herself loose whenever she craves something.
“I don’t really get cravings, because I don’t really deprive myself of anything. I figure if you want it, have it. Otherwise, you slowly eat everything else in sight but that.” — Callie Bundy on cheat meals
Callie Bundy eats a high-protein diet that consists of lean proteins such as chicken, fish, and steak. Rice, sweet potato, fruits, and green vegetables are her primary source of carbs. Finally, she relies on chia seeds, olive oil, nuts, and flaxseed oil to meet her daily fats needs.
Bundy also recommends eating nutrient-dense organic food whenever you can. “Whenever possible I will buy organic,” said the former bikini athlete.
Callie’s favorite cheat meal includes wood-fired or brick oven pizza with cherry peppers, mushrooms, sausage, pepperoni, and onions.
According to Callie, patience, consistency, willingness to improve with every workout, and having a goal are some of the most important prerequisites for a successful physique transformation.