At the age of 19 I started to lift weights. I wasn’t too happy with my physique at the time because I had gained a bit of weight and desperately turned to bodybuilding to lose my weight and be fit. At the time I didn’t think of looking all muscular and making it a career, I just wanted to lose some of the weight. I started working out in my apartment, not at a gym facility. I felt intimidated about being in a gym because I had no knowledge and no clue about what to do. I had never used weights before. I bought tons of free weights and also spent a lot of money buying equipment.
It's my boyfriend at the time who introduced me to bodybuilding. He was already into this sport so I told him how badly I needed to change my physique, and he helped me out tremendously. We trained together from then on. I am now trying to gain more mass. I want to add a lot more muscle, but this does take time and dedication. I am also a part time personal trainer, and I work most days on my own website. I am seriously thinking about competing next year, but I need to improve my over all physique and feel comfortable with myself. I do diet down for photo shoots and videos. I look forward to becoming the biggest muscular goddess I can be.
Hobbies and Things I like:
I can say my hobbie is working out.
I enjoy it so very
much. I cannot tell you how empty my life would be without it. I do like meeting
new and different people from all over the world. I am a very quiet girl and do
spend a lot of time alone at home or traveling about doing sessions, but I also
like being in great company and just hanging out and relaxing over dinner and
movie. And last, I love to cook! I like cooking from Italian meals to sushi and
to low fat exotic dishes. I also make my very own low fat protein bars from
My training regimen is to do between 4-6 reps per exercise.
I do 3-4 exercises per muscle group and 3-4 sets on every single exercise.
Heavier weights equal bigger muscles! I rely on basic movements for my training,
like squats, deadlifts, bench press, etc… Plus
I always train to failure. I believe in this method for bigger muscles and plus
I don’t do any cardiovascular training in the off season. I think I used to do
too much cardio in the past and noticed I lost quite a bit of muscle, so now I
ease up on it and I will see what happens.
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