Jaqueline Valenzuela

Personal Trainer

“I'm in pursuit of always trying to be the best version of myself.”


Q: What are some of your personal bests?

A: YEAHH my time to shine! Squat: 245Ib, Bench: 135Ib, Deadlift: 275Ib, Hip thrust: 240Ib

Q: What would you consider your greatest accomplishment (thus far)?

A: It has to be the impact I have had on women in fitness as just 23 years old. I have helped women love their bodies, pulled them from depression, and pulled them away from unhealthy relationships simply by teaching them to fall in love with fitness. I think what many people fail to realize about fitness is that it's so much more than just "working out.” It’s something that has changed people's lives. It has saved them and the fact that I am able to show someone how to change their whole life simply by just picking up heavy things!!! MAANNN - it’s the greatest thing in the world <3

Q: Rumor has it you love ISO100. Why?

A: THE TASTE. Freaking amazing. The macros. The ultrafiltration. Everything. You can't beat it.

Q: What’s your approach to health and fitness?

A: Definitely sustainability. Fitness and your health isn't a 6 week, 8 week, or 12 week challenge. Fitness is forever. If you plan to make fitness and your health a long term thing why rush the process—or worse, why make yourself hate the process?

Challenges are an amazing way to get started but if a challenge promises you 20Ib in 4 weeks . Run the other way.

Q: If you could do one workout for the rest of your life, what would it be?

A: Squats baby!

Q: You were a beginner once. Who/what did you rely on for information? For inspiration?

A: As a beginner I really relied on information from other trainers. Instead of watching random YouTube videos, I would follow trainers and learn from their content. I have always been the type of person to study people who are already doing what I want to do. If someone inspires you, follow them and watch them. It’s the reason I always aim to inspire others and motivate them.

Q: What’s one thing you wish someone told you when you decided to get serious about your health & fitness?

A: I wish someone told me that it gets better. Fitness isn't easy when you first start. It's a battle and a grind. It's a mental and physical battle. However IT GETS BETTER <3.

Q: What does it mean for you to be on the Dymatize Squad?

Being on the Squad means the world to me. As a Latina with immigrant parents, growing up I feel like we didn't really have a lot of representation in fitness. You say creatine or pre workout in a hispanic household and they start praying for you because they swear you are going to mess yourself up (ha!).

In hispanic household diabetes is a norm— oftentimes there is at least one person that is struggling with it and/or battling some sort of illness. An illness that possibly could have been avoided or managed better if health was made a priority. So to be that representation and to be able to educate our people that your health is a priority and by starting now rather than later means the world to me.

“I'm in pursuit of trying to become the best version of myself.”

Jaqueline Valenzuela

Jaqueline’s MVPs

(Most Valuable Proteins)


Fruity Pebbles™
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Chocolate Peanut Butter
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Fudge Brownie
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