NICKNAME/ STAGE NAME: “Bee”
COMPETITION WEIGHT: 123
OFF-SEASON WEIGHT: 135-140lbs.
Q: TELL US ABOUT YOUR FIRST TIME COMPETING…
A: I was nervous my first time. I didn’t know what to expect at all. I felt so proud on stage the minute I went on. The best part of competing is meeting other women that have a passion for fitness as well. I wouldn’t say there is a worst part.
Q: WHAT WOULD YOU LIKE TO GET OUT OF COMPETING?
A: I’d like to maintain a health fit body. Anything else that might come with it is BONUS.
Q: WHAT WERE YOUR EATING & GYM HABITS LIKE BEFORE YOU STARTED TRAINING AS A COMPETITOR? WHAT IS THE MOST CHALLENGING THING FOR YOU TRAINING AS A COMPETITOR?
A: What was I eating? Like a normal human being…lol. I ate unhealthy fried, sugary, salty, anything rich in flavor. That was how I gained unwanted weight. The most challenging for me personally is cutting out my “cheat” meals.
What keeps me sane is exercise. If I don’t exercise I don’t have a stress reliever. I stay focused and motivated at the gym with my ipod. If I’m feeling run-down I look at pictures of myself in past competitions/or of fitness women I admire so I can snap back into it.
Q: WHAT IS YOUR BEST PHYSICAL ASSETS? WHAT MUSCLE(S)/BODY PARTS DO YOU ENJOY TRAINING THE MOST? THE LEAST?
A: My best physical assets I would say are my eyes. Body parts I love training the most are my legs. I don’t have a least enjoyable. I enjoy working out.
Q: WAS THERE A PARTICULAR EVENT OR SOMETHING THAT HAPPENED THAT TRIGGERED THIS FOR YOU?
A: If I say I am going to do something I do it. What triggered this was unwanted weight gain throughout my college years.
I went through a mental and obviously physical transformation. I was confident in my skin again.
Q: WHAT IS YOUR LIFE LIKE OUTSIDE OF THIS MADNESS?
A: My life outside this madness… this is a huge part of my life. I also am engaged and a proud mommy to 2 mini pinschers.