Advanced Research Media is pleased to announce that Jaime Baird, IFBB Bikini Pro, has been appointed Online Editor-in-Chief of FitnessRxwomen.com.
Jaime is a Top-5 Olympia competitor who’s already demonstrated her talent for writing in the pages of FitnessRx for Women magazine. For the last year, Jaime has worked as a valuable staff writer on our print edition, as she’s conducted interviews with fitness experts and pros, and contributed articles on training secrets, the best supplements and workout programs, tips for sticking to fitness goals, and much more. As part of the FitnessRx team, Jaime has contributed not only her talent for journalism, but also her incredible work ethic, passion, and top-notch organizational skills that will be a valuable asset in her new role as Editor-in-Chief of the website.
Jaime’s vast knowledge of fitness and nutrition is also evidenced by her popular web column, “YOUR BEST,” and FitnessRx training videos. ARM is excited that Jaime will now use her expertise to manage and direct all web content at FitnessRxwomen.com, which is quickly becoming one of the industry’s top sources for fitness content.
FitnessRx for Women Publisher Elyse Blechman says, “The entire team at FitnessRx for Women would like to welcome Fitness champion Jaime Baird as the new Editor-in-Chief of FitnessRxwomen.com. We look forward to her energetic leadership and the creation of even more fantastic content, which you’ve come to expect. We know Jaime will bring FitnessRxwomen.com to the next level. Welcome aboard, Jaime!”
“I’m absolutely thrilled to have the opportunity to help take FitnessRx For Women online to the next level,” Jaime says. “It’s an honor to be a part of the industry-leading Advanced Research Media team and a dream come true to have my career reflect my life’s mission: to empower women through fitness. I’m very grateful to the Steve and Elyse Blechman for believing in me and look forward to helping our readers look, feel and live their best.”
A little more on Jaime:
Jaime’s education and career has been in marketing and consumer research with a focus on motivation and emotions. Jaime has a Master’s in Communications and has served such brands as House of Blues, Universal and Nike. She started competing in 2007 as a “fun” outlet and because she says she needed balance. Jaime was working crazy hours, traveling weekly and not taking care of herself, she says. She found that fitness made her a lot more effective in everything that she did. “When I was eating right and training, I felt happier, stronger, more capable and more confident. That is when my passion for fitness grew, and I knew I wanted to help others, especially women, experience the power of fitness,” Jaime says.