Marital status: single
Coach: IFBB Pro Harold Marillier
Club: Forest Gym, Crawley, UK
Height: cm 1.73m
Off-season weight: between 86kg - 90kgs
Competition weight: last comp 77.4kgs
UKBFF British Finals 2010 -2nd place
UKBFF British Finals 2011 - 1st place
IFBB Womens European Champs 2012 - 3rd place
IFBB Amateur Worlds Championships 2012 - 1st place and Overall winner
Why did you start bodybuilding ?
I wanted a completely new challenge that would shape
and mould my body in a way that no other sport can.
Visually I wanted a strong, muscular, curvy physique.
Other sports before bodybuilding?
Triathlon and marathon running.
Favorite food for weight reduction:
Chicken, rice and broccoli blended into a liquid shake.
Favorite food after competition:
Flame grilled peri chicken and spicy chips.
Favorite aerobic activity:
Favorite nutrition supplements:
MuscleXcess Precision Peptide, MuscleXcess Protein Whey, MuscleXcess H-Bomb,
If you could only do one exercise, which on would you choose?
Quads and glutes
Muscles that you like exercising:
How many calories do you take daily?
Off season around 4500 Kcal
If you won 1 million $$$, what would you buy?
What would you change in sport if you could?
To have bodybuilding in the Olympics.
What do you like doing in your spare time?
Reading and listening to music.
Who is your favorite woman bodybuilder?
Cory Everson - old school. Alina Popa - current
What is your sport goal?
Iv achieved what I set out to do - that was to earn "PRO STATUS" and I've achieved that now.
Every moment now is about thoroughly appreciating and enjoying the sport at a different level.
Please describe a typical day in your life?
Coffee in bed whilst reading for half an hour to start my day,
Breakfast and prepping food for the day,
Shower and getting ready for the day,
Gym - client training and admin work,
Meals every three hours,
My own training,
Time at home doing chores,
Please tell me something about your daily training routine?
My training routine is never the same. It varies according to my energy levels
I follow the rule of "listen to your body".
This means my rep ranges, exercises, training techniques will differ all the time.
I believe that this will produce the best results.
How often do you train in a week ?
5 times off season and 6 times in season.
What are the main differences when you train for a competition and in off season?
Off season training is about going heavy and doing a lot of compound exercises.
In season the rep ranges are significantly higher.
What are your future plans for 2013?
To debut on the Pro scene in the US.
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