Saturday, February 28, 2009
Black History Spotlight for February 28,2009-Kenyatta Parham
Kenyatta Parham is a up-and-coming figure competitor from North Carolina that could very well be a pro competitor within the next couple of years. In 2007, she placed second in the Elite Muscle Classic in North Carolina. Last year, she placed fifth at the NPC Jr. USA and competed in the NPC USAs. She will be looking to attain her pro card once again in 2009. In the meantime, she is doing one heck of a job being one of the moderators at Siouxcountry as KP Diva. So when you get the chance, stop by and say hi. Big things are in her future, no doubt.
You can also check her out at her MySpace page.
Well...that's it. With thie being the end of February, Kenyatta concludes the Black History Spotlights. for the FitGems Nation blog/website. I like to thank each and everyone of you that took a little time everyday to check this historical feature out. I'm aware that I didn't get every single black competitor on here, and I apoligize for that. However, just because you were not on the list doesn't mean that you're not important. You are doing something most people can't do; dedicate your lives to live healther lives and displaying that in physique contests. All of you (black, white, red, yellow, and everyone in between) should be commended for everything you've done and are doing for this sport.
Have a great weekend everyone! Thanks for joining me on this special look at Black History in the world of the female physique. :-)
To check all of them out again, click here to view the entire list.