IFBB PRO FIGURE
Kingston, Ontario, Canada
May 24, 1985
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
2012 CBBF Nationals – Aug 11, New Westminster, B.C
2012 OPA Provincial Championship – 1st place Figure Class 3 and Overall Figure Award
2011 OPA Ottawa Championship – 1st place Figure Medium and Overall Figure Award
2011 WBFF Quebec Championship – 1st place Figure Medium and 3rd Place Diva Fitness Model
The reason I started figure competitions is...
I enjoy doing things that most people wouldn’t even think of attempting. When I decided to do my first show, I had never even been to a show or knew anyone that competed. I picked a date, worked my butt off and started learning as much as I could about the sport. My thirst for knowledge drives me!
The person I most wanted to be when I started was...
The person that I always knew I could be; a positive and inspiring role model to other women.
The persons I owe the most to are...
My mom and dad. They have always been there to support me in anything I wanted to do, whether they understood my reasoning or not. Their unconditional love pushes me to be a better person every day!
The supplements I can’t live without are...
FUBAR, GLUTAMEND, Omegas and isolate whey protein.
The best thing about training is...
Wanting to physically change the shape of your body, implementing a plan and watching it become a reality.
Two things I could change about figure competitions are...
Nothing, really. The “figure look” is actually leaning more towards a softer, smaller look now, which I think is great. Over the years, the national girls kept getting bigger and bigger, which isn’t the look I was wanting, so I am happy to see that over the past two years, the top three placings have been smaller girls.
My ultimate goal is...
To receive my IFBB pro card and make my way to the Olympia stage.
One thing every gym rat should know is...
That it’s not a place to socialize. Get in, get it done and get out! I can bang out a productive training session in 30 minutes.
Years I’ve been training...
I’ve been training in a gym for five years, but training for competitions for almost three years.
The one question I’d ask a pro is...
“What did it feel like to step on your first pro stage?”
What I enjoy most about competing is...
The emotional, psychological and physical changes that happen to my body. It’s definitely a mind, body and soul experience.
The thing I hate most about stepping up onstage is...
Nothing. I love that rush of emotions. I train and diet for months for that one day, so I like to soak up every moment of it.
The first thing I’ll do after getting my pro card is...
Hug my mom.