Chloe Logan


Meet Chloe

I’m a 20-year-old avid fitness enthusiast and provincially qualified competitive bodybuilder.

After graduating high school early, I moved to Vancouver and started a new life for myself in the city, managing to lose over 30 lbs after learning about proper diet and nutrition.

I hope to motivate, inspire and educate others on their path towards health and wellness.  I’m currently studying to become a personal trainer and will be entering into a career in holistic nutrition.

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Favorite way to sweat

My favourite way to sweat is by doing stair master sprint intervals. I throw on an old hoodie and some tunes, crank up the intensity, and I’m off! I also really love dancing as I have a long history in the dance world and taking a hip hop or jazz class every once in awhile is a great way to sweat without even thinking about it.


Toxic Remix, by Melanie Martinez
Overdrive, by Gecko
Shades of Grey, by Oliver Heldens and Shaun Frank
Pony, by Ginuwine

Place to visit or travel

I went to New York when I was 16 for dance, and it was absolutely mind boggling. I was there for a week and was sightseeing non-stop in between classes, but I didn’t even cover a 5th of what that culturally vibrant city has to offer! I definitely have plans to go back and spend more time discovering its hidden gems.

Extra Motivation

I use my personal transformation as my motivation. I used to have an awful relationship with food and was very uncomfortable in my own skin. I’m very proud to say that over the past two years I’ve lost 35lbs! Whether it’s squeezing out that last rep or making healthy choices in my diet, whenever I lack in motivation, I think about how far I’ve come. If I remember how I felt a few years ago, it’s so much easier to make positive, healthy choices in my everyday life! I know if I always keep my goals in sight I’m taking as many steps forward as possible.


I always have a whey casein blended protein in my cupboard. I’m an avid baker of healthy treats and through trial and error have found a blended protein can withstand high temperatures much better than a purely whey based protein. Ending the night with a casein based meal is also a good way to keep you satisfied throughout the night since it’s a slower digesting protein next to whey.

Protein Cheesecake

340g light cream cheese
415g plain nonfat Greek yogurt
1 egg
99g eggwhites
1tsp vanilla extract
30g whey/casein blended protein

Preheat your oven to 250 degrees. Spray a 9-inch spring form pan with nonstick spray and set aside for later.

In a large mixing bowl beat together all the ingredients except your protein powder with an electric mixer. Once these are fully incorporated add in your protein powder. Make sure to scrape down the sides of the bowl as you go.

Pour your mix into the previously prepared pan and bake for 30 minutes. Increase the oven temperature to 350 degrees and bake for an additional 10 minutes. At this point check on your cheesecake and if it jiggles slightly in the center it is fully cooked. Times may vary depending on your ovens heat. Cool overnight or for at least 4 hours.

Macros come out to 6.8F/5C/13.3P per slice (recipe makes 8).

This is a very customizable recipe! Have fun with it. Depending on your protein powder you can flavor it however you would like and it takes well to all sorts of different toppings and mix ins!


Hard boiled eggs sprinkled with pink salt and an egg white spinach scramble.


Anything I bake during my meal prep throughout the week. Usually a protein based brownie, cheesecake or bar.


Taco salad! Lean ground turkey cooked in homemade fiesta spice mix, spinach, lettuce, pico, tomatoes, light sour cream or Greek yogurt and black beans.


A lean source of protein, complex carb and lots of vegetables. Ex- Chicken breast, sweet potato and broccoli.

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