Like my new look? Yeah, I am still into lifting but I’ve changed my lifestyle to be more aggressive
and attack the weights – it’s more fun! You mean you don’t
know who I am? Well, then to completely honest, if you don't recognize
my face then you haven't been looking at any bodybuilding magazines because
if you’re a fan of women’s bodybuilding then you know who
I am. I was always featured in all the popular magazines, including FLEX,
MuscleMag International, Ironman, Muscular Development, NPC News, Body's
magazine (Italian publication), B&K Sport (Swedish Publication),
Steel Jungle, Women's Physique World, Oxygen (as a writer), Powerhouse
magazine, Body Talk, Natural Bodybuilding & Fitnes magazine,
Great Lakes Fitness Guide, and many more.
I have been a competitive bodybuilder for over a decade, and, over
the years, I have been in someway or another part of the Bodybuilding
My first contest was a victory at the 1988 NPC Boulder B.B. championships.
My biggest victory in the sport was winning the 1998 NPC Southern
States Heavyweights and overall. The Southern States is one of the
regional shows here in the US. After winning the Southern States,
I went on to
post my best placing ever in an International show with a 3rd place
in the heavyweights at the 98’ IFBB North American. I’m
not prepping for the stage anymore but I am into powerlifting now
bench press meets.
I competed in the IPA sub-masters 148-pound class. At my first meet
I opened up with 190 – got it! Then my 2nd attempt was an easy 200 – done.
The 3rd and last attempt an easy 215 – got it! The 148 sub-masters
IPA World record. This will change and get higher, as my sights are set
on 300 plus while still in the 148 class. I'm weighing in at around 155
before meet weigh ins, and can still Dumbbell Row 120's for reps (working
up the rack), Dumbbell curl 45 – 50’s for reps, Incline
Dumbbell presses with 70's, and leg press over 1,000 for reps for
Every time I do a meet I’ll post my lifts for you to see, and I’ll
throw in some training pics too. I am training right now for an IPA meet
this October. And for those that are PRO women bodybuilders please check
out my column “Muscle Update” at Bodybuilding.com where I
voice my opinions and other muscle girl’s opinions out loud
for all to hear.
Organizations and Competition class: I currently compete in the 148 class
and have done United States Powerlifting Federation (USPF) and International
Powerlifitng Association (IPA) meets.
Affiliations: I am a member of the Freaks of Iron bench press club (this
is my own club), and The Metal Malitia.
Objectives: I want to break as many records as possible in the IPA and
USPF Open World Records before I leave and become a Pro in the IPA. To
be remembered as one of the best 148ers of all time.
Yours in Muscle & Power,