Lori Staats, Stacy Wright Complete West Virginia Double Feature
A slice of Mountain State pride as tall class figure competitor Lori Staats admirably rounds out a splendid new West Virginia edition of Sisters In Arms on the studio. Last fall, Lori joined fitness pal Stacy Wright on Olympia weekend, and the two bright stars teamed up to illuminate the shadowy scenes with great physiques and signature moves during a nighttime photoshoot.
On her website, Lori reveals growing up painfully shy especially when performing in front of large crowds, a struggle that prevented her from participating in most organized sports during school. Fortunately, the 38-year-old has never been shy about training in the gym, having dedicating over fifteen years to sculpting her statuesque 5-foot-7, 130-pound frame.
Even better, falling in love with figure ultimately helped Lori overcome her daunting stage fright. She broke onto the contest scene five years ago, has been a nationally ranked competitor the last two, and a successful fitness model along the way. Away from the spotlight, she works as a hairdresser and owns a beauty salon back in northwestern Millwood along the Ohio river bank.
Meanwhile, in news from Stacy’s corner, our fair-haired cherub from Charleston plans to reveal the winner of her unique fitness routine sponsorship contest later today. Subsequently, the selfless NPC fan favorite will generously lend her established expertise in gymnastics and cheerleading to help choreograph a new routine for the lucky chosen competitor. Canadian pro and suit designer Sylvia Tremblay is pitching in to provide costumes. Check in with my Twitter feed in the top right corner for an announcement on the big winner.