NPC Nationals Photoshoots

•November 28, 2011 • Leave a Comment

Coming Attractions: A new shoot with Jessica Bowman is part of a lineup from 2011 Nationals.

Rainy weather washed out some opportunities but record-breaking competitor numbers left plenty of room for photoshoots at the 2011 NPC Nationals. Drier conditions led to new shoots with studio mainstay Abby Marie and an encore with Nikki Warner on the beach in South Florida. And there’s some new faces in the mix.

Hardcore bodybuilding fans expect an exotic flair in Lisamaris Davila Vacques, a 23-year-old phenom out of Puerto Rico, and big Kashma Maharaj from Trinidad. A new shoot with Ohio’s ageless wonder Carrie Walend is also on tap.

Physique and figure feature an encore with Jessica Bowman, plus new faces Christina Toon and Avis Ware. Michelle Bigler makes a cameo appearance during Christina’s shoot and the two ladies have an exciting arm wrestling duel you won’t want to miss.

Last but not least, Cassie Rowe and Jill Brooks get together for a Sisters in Arms segment. Cassie’s solo shoot premiers today and stay tuned for my exclusive after-show interview with her coming up tomorrow.

Interview with Fitness Competitor Babette Mulford

•November 18, 2011 • 1 Comment

Babette Mulford

Building a championship-caliber physique has been like designing a sculpture for former competitive waterskier turned fitness star Babette Mulford, who danced rhythmically and flipped acrobatically across three national stages in 2011. Carving and chipping out a path to the pro ranks, however, has been the trickier part.

During an interview this week, the 37-year-old alluded to the possibility that age and the repeated pounding of fitness training could be catching up with her. “I’m having problems with moves I used to do with ease,” she said. You’d hardly guess as much seeing her execute a barrage of awe-inspiring tricks.

Still, it was a topsy-turvy 2011 campaign for the Iowa native. Babette finished second in her class at Jr. Nationals—just missing a pro card—then slipped to sixth at Team Universe before climbing back to third at North Americans. She’s hoping a turn back the clock resurgence can help her ahead of next season’s planned debut at the 2012 Jr. USAs on May 19.

“I’m actually looking to get back to where I was in 2009 and 2010,” she says on fine-tuning her physique. Behind the tutelage of trainer Mike Davies and fitness champ Adela Garcia, there’s a good chance Babette will return to that level and perhaps snatch that elusive pro card.

The youthful 5-foot-2 blonde ball of energy still has plenty of spark and exuberance and loves the self expression and irresistibly raucous, crowd-pleasing tempo of fitness. Just don’t ever ask her to reveal any new fitness theme ideas. Those are top secret.

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Dean: What motivated you to try competing in fitness and when did you start? Did you have a role model in the industry that inspired you?

Making Waves: Babette was into competitive waterskiing from age 5 to 18. Her dad teaches the sport.

Babette: “In 1999 I was on an adult dance team called the CR Spirits. We danced at a bodybuilding competition’s intermission. I thought it was interesting so I stayed and watched. There was only one woman in the whole show. After almost nine months I got up the courage to contact the lady through her hair dresser.”

Dean: Could you share some of your favorite contest experiences or best placings?

Babette: “My favorite thing about fitness is meeting Wendy Gardner. I’m not a girly girl and I don’t talk much. I do laugh a lot, which I get that trait from my dad. Wendy was a chatter bug when we first got to know each other waiting to get our make up done in New York. She gave me the courage to contact Mike Davies to be my trainer. She is such an important part of my life both in fitness and in everyday happenings. I am truly grateful to have her in my life.”

Dean: About how long does it usually take you to figure out and perfect a routine? What were some of your favorite themes and are there any new ones you are working on?

Babette: “Perfect…well no pro card yet! So I guess I haven’t but the Forrest Gump I thought was totally me. I’ve loved all my themes. You are asking about my new themes…ARE YOU CRAZY? You can ask a fitness competitor about her age, weight, and if she has had any plastic surgery BUT DON’T DARE ASK HER CLOSEST SECRET OF HER THEME IDEAS.”

Click to watch Babette’s routine at 2011 Team Universe.

Click to watch Babette’s routine at 2011 North Americans.

Showing off some contest-shape vascularity during a 2011 shoot at Jr. Nationals. Babette placed second in her class at the show.

Dean: What kind of reaction have you gotten from family and friends on your healthy look and habits? Have you inspired anyone you know to begin working out?

Babette: “My family doesn’t say anything. I have my friend Jill that is fun to bounce ideas off of as far as eating well and exercising. Jill is one of those great friends that just lets you vent if you’re having a bad day. I don’t think I have inspired anyone to work out more but I have inspired many to change their eating habits and drink more water.”

Dean: Could you share a memory when you surprised someone with your physique or strength? What sort of comments did you get?

Babette: “Oh I love this story! I teach with the CR Spirits dance studio and I once had a little girl that was normally brought to class by her grandmother. When I got the chance to meet her mom after class the first thing out of her mouth was, ‘I thought you were a new super hero.’ Apparently the little girl had explained one of my fitness routines moves to her mom.”

Dean: What would you say are your biggest goals with working out and being involved in the fitness industry?

Babette: “I don’t have any current industry involvement goals but as far as working out I will be adding stretching 6 to 7 days a week and more focused time for developing my fitness skills. This is all thanks to an amazing four day weekend I just had training with Adela Garcia.”

Dean: Besides working out and routine practice, what are some of the other ways you stay active? Do you have any favorite hobbies?

Fitness Calendar: Next up for Babette will be NPC Jr. USAs in spring of 2012.

Babette: “Hunting. I bow deer hunt, I already got my buck on the second day of the season and field dressed it for the first time by myself via my boyfriend giving me moral support and helpful hints.  That is a true test of patience and communication… I love to sew, read and play on the Internet.”

Dean: Is there anything else we can help you promote (website, sponsors, personal training business, etc) or any special shout-outs you’d like to give?

Babette: “I’m sponsored by Nutri Sport and Oasis Tanning & Hair Salon… I teach for the CR Spirits dance studio… I train with Julie & Mike Davies, Adela Garcia and Nicole Duncan. Shout-out to my best friends at Truck Country, where work has to deal with my annoying energy and grumpy moods, Ang, Ed, Aldin and Ridder, ‘cuz I work out.’”

Interview with Figure Competitor Katrinka Danielson

•November 7, 2011 • 1 Comment

Katrinka Danielson

Katrinka Danielson is one of those models who leaves the impression that she just loves every minute of being fit. She’s been featured on the site twice—once in a solo shoot at the Arnold in Columbus and last time in tandem with Sara Butler at the Emerald Cup in Seattle—and both times the charming and beautiful figure competitor shined for the camera, lighting up every frame with her energy, joyous smile and engaging personality.

However, as Katrinka shared with me in a recent interview, she wasn’t always the perfect picture of health that she is today. Growing up on a farm in the tiny hamlet of Vida, Oregon, she was overweight as a kid. Later, peer pressure turned out to be a positive thing and by middle school, resolving to become more active, Katrinka joined the track and cheerleading teams. It was just the turnaround she needed.

Athletics were a start but her transformation really began to take shape when she hit the gym and started to closely watch and study her nutrition. In 2006, six months after starting a serious weight training program, she fell in love with the challenge of competing after attending her first figure show. A year later, she made her own figure debut.

Now 35, Katrinka continues to make noticeable improvements to her outstanding 5-foot-3, 115-122-pound physique (133 off season) and sticks to the rules with her nutrition, morning cardio times and workouts, resisting unhealthy shortcuts of fast food or damaging detours of after hours drinks with friends. Training for next season with renewed confidence, the prettiest Ninja Turtle of all time could very well be hitting her stride.

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Dean: Were you always active and fit growing up? What kind of activities or sports were you involved in when you were younger?

Katrinka performs concentration curls during her shoot.

Kat: “No. In fact I was the opposite. I was raised on a farm in the country as one of the ‘well-fed’ kids in the neighborhood. My family made large dinners and we usually ate late at night. I had a wonderful childhood but I was quite plump, promise. I have the pics to prove it. Once I hit jr. high I realized that my friends were all much smaller than me and it was time to start getting more active. I enrolled in track & field and also did cheerleading during the football and basketball season my jr. high and high school years. This helped slim me down a ton but I was still quite flabby, just smaller. I didn’t know the proper way to eat. That came way later in life.”

Dean: When did you first begin working out with weights and thinking about fitness as a lifestyle?

Kat: “I was very interested in getting ‘skinny’ during my jr. high and high school years, but crash diets and juice fasting only achieved a ‘skinny-fat’ look and didn’t help me much with my flabby legs. I was raised a hunter with my daddy and became very interested in bowhunting when I was 18. My high school sweetheart taught me the ropes and it was then that I realized how important cardio was, as you can’t just sit in a truck and shoot your bow out the window when you see an elk. It was the bowhunting that drove me to get my butt into a gym and start working on my fitness so I could be a better hunter.

“I joined 24 Hour Fitness around 23 years old but still didn’t understand the importance of a meal plan and weights. I went many years trying it on my own. Finally at age 29, I was fed up with my failing diets and no-change in my physique. I joined Gold’s Gym and decided I was going to let someone who knew what they were doing help me out! I met my trainer/husband Travis Danielson at Gold’s Gym when I was 29 and it was then that I learned the all-important protein/carb/fat ratio and the introduction to ‘leg day,’ upper body workout, etc with weights which became not only a lifestyle but an addiction. I loved the results!”

Dean: How did the changes feel when you started developing more strength and muscle?

Go Figure: No crossover to physique in Kat’s plans at this point. “I am an all-heels, blingy-suits and sexy hair kinda girl,” she says.

Kat: “AMAZING. At first I was disappointed to see the scale go up because I had relied on my weight to determine my goals but it was incredible when I saw quad muscles and back muscles I didn’t know my body could produce.”

Dean: What motivated you to try competing in figure and when did you start? Did you have a role model in the industry that inspired you?

Kat: “After training with weights for about six months I went to my first figure competition, the Ironman, in Portland, Oregon. I saw one of the girls change her physique from flab to ‘fab.’ She looked amazing and I fell in love with the challenge. I was also very motivated by the IFBB Pro Figure Model Kristi Tauti. She won the overall at the first show I ever attended in 2006 and went on to go pro. I was impressed to see her onstage looking so amazing after having a baby just over eight months earlier. I thought WOW! If she could do it, so could I.

“Another person that inspired me was Genevieve Moreno! An incredible competitor that worked out at our gym around the same time I did and her changes to her physique were outstanding. Her fiancé, Eric McCormack was her trainer and it was awesome to watch their dedication together. I was motivated to give it a shot and took my chances at the 2007 Emerald Cup (very big show to attempt for my first show but I was like ‘why not, might as well shoot big’). I placed seventh out of 12 girls. I was happy but it just pushed me to go harder and take a better placing the next time I competed.”

Hardbody Diary: Hitting the weights have led to great gains for Katrinka. “My shoulders, back, glutes, legs...is a complete 180-degrees from the look I had before I joined the gym.”

Dean: What changes to your physique have made you most proud so far and what areas are you trying to improve?

Kat: “I am so grateful for my entire overall change. My shoulders, back, glutes, legs—everything—is a complete 180-degrees from the look I had before I joined the gym. Because I’m so short and pretty pudgy at one time, I’m always hardest on my midsection, glutes and legs. My trainer has me hitting them twice a week, so with dedication and perseverance I know I will achieve that top five at nationals next year.”

Dean: What kind of reaction have you gotten from family and friends on your healthy look and habits? Have you inspired anyone you know to begin working out?

Kat: “The changes to my lifestyle and my physique have definitely spawned positive and negative reactions. Most of my family and friends are very supportive and happy to see me succeed in a healthy lifestyle but there are always some that would rather see you fat and miserable than in-shape and happy. Mostly, they’re unhappy because I don’t drink alcohol or eat fast food when they do and it irritates them that I’m not joining in.

“I get my cardio in every day and try to get to bed during the work week around 9:30-10pm and this puts a damper on the people with ‘not-so-healthy’ lifestyles. Some are also very critical of my muscle gain. They say I don’t look feminine anymore and that it’s a man’s sport! They are usually the overweight, unhealthy friends that don’t go the gym and have no idea what the difference is between a protein and a carb. Sad. All I can do is smile and encourage with actions.”

Dean: Could you share a memory when you surprised someone with your physique or strength?

In prime shape and stretching for photos.

Kat: “My mom has probably been the most impressed with my overall change! I was moving last year at the end of 2010 and I decided that I didn’t want my 30 gallon upright fish tank. She was very excited to take it home but needed help carrying it down the driveway to her car. The water was out of the tank but the rocks and decorations were still at the bottom. I picked the tank up with both hands and said ‘lets go!’ She almost fell over as she couldn’t believe I could lift such a heavy object! When she got home she asked one of her neighbor friends to carry the tank in her house. The neighbor was 6 feet tall and must have weighed at least 220 lbs. He could barely pick it up and had to set it down several times before making it to the fish stand inside the house. My mom still tells that story when she introduces me to people. She’s very proud mommy!”

Dean: What’s next for you? Any upcoming shows you plan to compete in?

Kat: “I’m training right now for the Emerald Cup 2012! It’s the 30th year anniversary and I’m starting now to really make sure my physique is tip-top. Very dedicated! Depending on how I place at the Cup, I will be taking my physique to Nationals in Las Vegas in July!”

Dean: Do you have any thoughts on the new physique division?

Kat: “It’s funny you ask. The last show I competed in, every judge said I was ‘too muscular.’ They said I needed to take my physique to national level and compete at the new physique division. After watching USAs this past summer, the woman are amazing and, yes, I can see some femininity but I am an all-heels, blingy-suits and sexy hair kinda girl. The routine to music looks like a lot of fun but having to do the mandatory poses without my high heels? Sniff, sniff. I would have to put on a lot more muscle to hit the national stage and I seriously look like a Ninja Turtle when I put on too much muscle. Lol! Not a good look for me!”

Dean: What would you say are your biggest goals with working out and being involved in the fitness industry?

On a Mission: Kat is determined to make 2012 her big year. “I know I will achieve that top five at nationals next year.”

Kat: “Hmm… Biggest goals working out? I would have to say sticking with my meal plan in the off season, lol. Especially around the holidays. But competing at several figure shows has taught me that there is no such thing as an ‘OFF’ season, so it is quite the challenge to live the fitness lifestyle when you know you won’t be onstage anytime soon… Staying motivated and learning different ways to cook your chicken… Keeping variety in my life!

“Being involved in the fitness industry has helped me gain more friendships and meet some amazing people with incredible, motivating stories. I want to be the figure model people remember as encouraging and motivating, too! I LOVE helping others achieve thier goals and it would be an honor to take my pro card next year and show others that you don’t have to be fit your whole life to achieve your fitness goals. Hard work, dedication and motivation I would say are the prime ingredients for my success so far!”

Dean: Anything we can help you promote (website, sponsors, personal training biz, etc) or any special shout-outs you would like to give?

Kat: “Absolutely. I am in the process of looking for a sponsor for my upcoming competition year. In return I am available for promotional photo shoots, videos, assisting with booths at bodybuilding shows, etc. I’m very focused and dedicated—starting my program at 24 weeks out this year and planning to take the overall at my next show. Then moving on to nationals in Las Vegas next July! Any help in that area would be greatly appreciated.

“I want to give heartfelt thanks to my loving, supporting husband/trainer Travis Danielson. I would not be typing these interview answers if it wasn’t for him and God for giving me the abilities and gift of life to hit the weights. I also want to thank Genevieve Moreno (dear friend and gym sister) for all of her love and support. Gen died this past summer in a tragic river accident. Her loss has made me appreciate my short time on earth and the many wonderful family and friends that surround me! I would love to achieve my pro card next year but more than a pro card, I LOVE the challenge and the climb that I have to take to get there!”

News & Notes

•November 3, 2011 • Leave a Comment

Five posts for the price of one. Nuggets and tidbits, news and notes from around the studio…

Abby Marie poses at Public Square in downtown Cleveland, Ohio during North Americans.

Abby Marie Miami Bound

Another competitive season is winding down with NPC Nationals starting November 17th. Abby’s back in the figure division after competing in bikini the better part of the last couple years and heads into this show on the heels of one of her best national level finishes with a fifth-place mark at North Americans. Can the Austin, Texas star finally breakthrough in South Florida?

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Rachel Gilmore at the Emerald Cup.

Rachel Gilmore Wins Again

Speaking of breakthroughs, Rachel should be at the top of your list of competitors to watch out for in 2012. The dazzling Spokane, Washington youngster is nationally qualified after collecting two more trophies to close out her season during October, winning her class at the Night of Champions show in her hometown and then taking the figure overall crown two weeks later at the NPC Northern Classic. She’s quickly piled up the hardware and has serious potential to turn pro in short order.

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Cassie Rowe. Photo credit: Dan Ray

Cassie Rowe Switching to Physique

Not part of the studio yet but definitely on the radar, Cassie competed in figure at the Jr. USAs and Team Universe this year and plans to jump into physique at the NPC Nationals coming up. “I no longer have to hold back on my training…I can lift, lift, lift, which is what I love,” the strapping 25-year-old beauty from North Carolina wrote on Facebook. Switching from quarter turns to flexing should be a breeze for Cassie, whose first show was as a bodybuilder when she was just 17.

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Sara Butler and Katrinka Danielson (foreground) at the Emerald Cup.

Keeping Up With Kat

Wearing her Emerald Cup tank top, figure girl Katrinka Danielson poses with bodybuilder Sara Butler during their tandem photoshoot earlier this year. Kat told me she plans to return to the Cup next spring with designs on reaching the pro stage at the USAs in the summer. “I’m a seasoned competitor and know my body very well,” she said. “I’m definitely determined more than ever! I’ve got what it takes and the looks.” Hoping to have an interview with the 35-year-old competitor from Oregon among these pages soon.

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Superhero Amber Jacobs.

Eye Candy

Another Halloween has come and gone but plenty of leftover morsels to go around on Facebook. Here’s a personal favorite, figure cutie Amber “Boulder Shoulders” Jacobs as Wonder Woman at a club in her hometown of Seattle. Fitting costume on a sweet girl.

Interview with Figure Competitor Jennifer Ritchie

•October 21, 2011 • Leave a Comment

Worth the Weight: Jennifer Ritchie gets ready to pump up for her photoshoot at the 2010 Jr. Nationals.

Like a true personal trainer, Jennifer Ritchie reminds women that weight is just a number and it’s more about how you feel. A worthy sentiment coached by the 33-year-old figure competitor, made better by the outstanding example she sets of how great you can look and feel by following a dedicated fitness path.

Catching up with her recently for this interview, she talked about her sports history, which began early on with gymnastics and grew during school, where gym class would become one of her favorites and her natural competitiveness blossomed. By the time high school rolled around, she was playing on both the volleyball and basketball teams while also pounding her running shoes against the track circle.

With such a prolific athletic background, it’s hard to imagine Jennifer ever worrying about weight. But only human when asked about stats, Jennifer acquiesced saying she hates the scale. Ironic, since at 5-foot-7, 150 pounds off season and 135 on stage—either way looking like a beautiful brunette-haired tower of athletic curves and steely muscle—it’s more likely the scale hates her.

This year, Jennifer is pausing her figure pursuits to spend more time being a mom and inspired role model to her two children, although that’s not to suggest she’s been entirely on the inactive list. This past May, she tried her hand at obstacle course races and won the Quad City FitFest in her hometown of Moline, Illinois. “It was a very small obstacle course race, but very fun!” she said.

Just like being back in gym class.

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Dean: Were you always active and fit growing up? What kind of activities or sports were you involved in when you were younger?

Jennifer: “I was active growing up, involved in gymnastics when I was really young (until I became too big) haha. In jr. high I played volleyball and basketball, and in high school I added track. I loved gym class and also loved finding some friendly competition in class, not just on the court!! I remember when we had to do the mile, I would always have a couple guys following me for my pace time. I loved showing the boys up!!”

Dean: When did you first begin working out with weights and thinking about fitness as a lifestyle?

Jennifer: “I did a little lifting in high school, but after my first baby I decided to hire a trainer and start lifting. I had always been a cardio queen, but not lifting. I remember thinking, ‘man I love this feeling, I miss this.’ That was when I was around 21.”

Dean: How did the changes feel when you started developing more strength and muscle?

Gym Rat: The personal trainer and figure competitor recently added obstacle course races to her athlete profile.

Jennifer: “It wasn’t till I was in my late 20’s that I started lifting more often and heavier weights, and changing up my nutrition to get that ‘cut’ look. The changes took time, but eventually I started to feel and look different and that felt amazing!!”

Dean: What motivated you to try competing in figure and when did you start? Did you have a role model in the industry that inspired you?

Jennifer: “What motivated me was knowing I’m a strong woman and that doing a competition was going to be a challenge and I was up for it (or so I thought). It took me four tries to get past three weeks of the diet. I thought to myself ‘omg, get yourself together and do this.’ Twelve weeks later, I was on that stage for my first show. At that time I didn’t really have a role model. I knew a couple other girls in my gym that were doing them [competitions] and I wanted to try one!”

Dean: What changes to your physique have made you most proud so far and what areas are you trying to improve?

Jennifer: “Well, my first show I had no v-taper so I’ve worked really hard on my back and shoulders. My trouble spot, which by the way every girl loves to talk about, would be my butt. Always working on that!!”

Dean: What kind of reaction have you gotten from family and friends on your healthy look and habits? Have you inspired anyone you know to begin working out?

Jennifer: “My reaction from family is friends is mixed. I think a lot of people don’t understand this sport, the physical or mental part of it! And other people are just so proud of your hard work and dedication. I think most of all I inspire my 14-year-old son to stay fit; he is beginning to lift some with me now and I want to cherish that time! But both my boys and my husband have seen the dedication it takes to do this sport!”

Dean: Could you share a memory when you surprised someone with your physique or strength?

Jennifer: “My best and funniest memory is when I was at a soccer tourney with my son and I had two weeks from a competition, so I had to go use the workout room in the hotel which was in the swimming pool area. The boys on the team had never seen Skyler’s mom working out like that (even though I did their workouts). They were, like, ‘omg your mom’s a beast.’ Don’t know about that word but at the time I’m, like, ‘yeah, I am and don’t you forget it.’”

Dean: What’s next for you? Any upcoming shows you plan to compete in?

Jennifer: “I’m taking a break right now, training a little in other areas for obstacle-type course races. But for the most part enjoying my family. Shows do take so much time away. I’ll be back at it again at some point.”

Dean: Do you have any thoughts on the new physique division?

Jennifer: “The only thought I have on the new division is I think with bikini, figure (some have model) and bodybuilding, there is already a lot of subjective judging. To put another category in and you have to try to figure out what the heck the judges are looking for, I think it can get confusing.”

Dean: What would you say are your biggest goals with working out and being involved in the fitness industry?

Jennifer on starting in figure: “What motivated me was knowing I’m a strong woman and that doing a competition was going to be a challenge and I was up for it.”

Jennifer: “My biggest goals are to workout for me and not anyone else. That took sometime for me to realize. This industry is very critical and sometimes you have to go back to ‘why did I start this in the first place?’ If something great happens for me in the industry, fine. If not, that’s ok too, because I have learned a lot about myself, and I’m healthy and get to teach my clients how to live a normal, healthy lifestyle.”

Dean: Is there anything else we can help you promote (website, sponsors, personal training business, etc.) or any special shout-outs you’d like to give?

Jennifer: “I would like to give a big shout out to my boys, Skyler and Kyden, and my husband Levi, for being as understanding as possible when I’m doing a show! I love you all!!”

Hayley Brylewski Coming Soon

•October 14, 2011 • Leave a Comment

British Bombshell: U.K. figure sensation Hayley Brylewski is coming soon. Photo credit: Dan Ray.

A real find at this year’s Olympia is Hayley Brylewski, the relatively unknown but strikingly beautiful fitness model from the United Kingdom. You’ll be seeing a lot more of this stunning young figure competitor here on the studio later this fall.

The gifted newcomer has six years worth of experience in the fitness industry, competing in figure events for the last three and growing athletically as a national level heptathlete, 10k runner and competitive basketball player before that. She’s already a successful certified personal trainer who specializes in nutrition consulting, group training, boot camps and contest prep, according to her website. Not bad for a girl who turned only 24 this past July.

Click to visit Haley’s website

Likewise, the chiseled 5-foot-6, 127-pound physique star is building an impressive resume on stage. The 2010 Bodypower winner placed sixth at last year’s UK British Bodyfitness Championships and is poised to better that mark at this year’s show set to take place next Saturday, October 22nd in England.

While catching the attention of photographers and fans during her trip to Las Vegas, Hayley was busy admiring top IFBB pros—many of whom she hopes to share the stage with someday—from her booth at the Olympia Expo. No matter if she stays in the figure ranks or tries physique—where her harder feminine look seems an ideal fit—that dream has genuine potential to become a reality.

Figure Competitor Kelly Grossman Coming Soon

•October 9, 2011 • Leave a Comment

Kelly Grossman

Back to back top ten finishes this year for striking Kelly Grossman on the national stage, first at Junior Nationals and later at North Americans. Here’s a sneak peak at the 26-year-old brunette figure girl from Arizona with more pictures to come likely in the next update or so.

 
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