One year ago today I was medically released from the Canadian Armed Forces as a Military Police Officer. I sustained a life altering back injury while on duty. I now have an implant in my back which makes me “Undeployable”. I LOVED my time in the service and try not to let my injury dictate my life or my limits. It’s not always easy and sometimes I take it day by day. But that’s all I need it one day more than the last. I only look back to see how far I’ve come Continue reading “Only Look Back To See How Far You’ve Come”
November 11th will always be a special day for me. It allows me to reflect on my time serving my country and to be grateful for all the men and women who I served with and the thousands of men and women who still continue to serve and those before us who served and gave their lives so that we may enjoy the freedoms we enjoy and likely take for granted every single day.
Everything you need to do before a show: spray tan, hair, makeup, posing, nails, depletion, shoes, jewelry, peak week, pulling water.
This is our families second show out of state. So much work and prep and not to mention money goes into attending these shows. Continue reading “Southern Muscle Baton Rouge, Louisiana”
Comp prep length all depends on the athletes conditioning before a show. For my first show I began my prep August 2015 and didn’t get on stage until March 2017. That’s a long time but that’s what I needed to get my body ready for its first show. Plus I was dealing with a lot of damage to my body from meds and cortisone I was prescribed for a debilitating back injury. Continue reading “Competition Prep”