Tuesday, September 29, 2009

2010 FitGems Sponsorship

It's been a long time coming, but FINALLY, all the pieces are put together. FitGems is proud to announce that in 2010, we will be sponsoring someone for the 2010 season! Believe it or not, I understand how hard it is to compete, with the purchasing of suits, tickets, hotel rooms, etc. Yep, it's more to it than training day in and day out. You have to take care of your business getting to the stage, before you take care of your business ON the stage.

This sponsorship will take care of most or all of your expenses for the contest of your choice (depending on how much money is raised) Depending on how big the fund gets, more than one sponsorship award may be given away next year. The FitGems sponsorship will be awarded during Arnold Weekend 2010 to a deserving individual chosen by a secret panel. To be fair, I will NOT be on the panel.


1. Participants must be a member of the site by no later than January 31, 2010 to be eligible for the sponsorship. Once you join the site, either send me a PM (private message) or leave a comment on my page saying that you are submitting your name into the competition. When I reply to you via PM, you are officially entered into the contest.

2. The competition the participants are competing in sometime within the 2010 season, between the Arnold 2010 and Olympia 2010.

3. Participants can be either pro or amateur competitors, and they can compete in any division and any federation. This is not limited to just IFBB and/or NPC competitors.
4. Participants must provide a MINIMUM of an introduction Journal Entry, (which can be posted on the blogs), and at least two more entries, chronicling their contest journey. for a total of three entries that the participants MUST have for the contest. The winner will then need to post a blog entry on the final week before the contest, and a Aftershow blog entry. All particiants are more than welcome to do so, but the winner HAS to do this.
5. Participants are encourage to be as active over the entire site as they can, whether it be to post content, engage in various discussions,invite members to check out FitGems Nation, etc.
6. The winner will be awarded via PayPal. If there are other parts to the sponsorship that need to be awarded to the winner, it will be mailed on Arnold Weekend, and the winner should receive their other winnings (hopefully) no later then 4-6 weeks after the contest has ended.

The fund as of September 27th, 2009 is at $151 USD (United States Dollars), begun by Carl Burkins (dallas3 on FitGems, and various boards) and myself. If you would like to contribute to the FitGems Sponsorship Fund, click on the donate button on the right side of the blog. If you have any questions about the sponsorship and how your site/company/organization can get involved, email me at admin@fitgemsnation.net and put FitGems Sponsorship on the subject line of your email. Donations (money, photoshoots opportunities, products, etc.) will be accepted until February 28, 2010.
Thank you in advance for participating in the first of hopefully many sponsorship opportunities from the FitGems Nation!!!

Monday, September 28, 2009

Song of the Week-Queen "We Are the Champions"

This Song of the Week is dedicated to every competitor that stepped on the Olympia stage this past weekend. Regardless of your placing, you made it on the biggest stage of them all.

No time for losers, cause YOU are the champions....OF THE WORLD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Friday, September 25, 2009

My 2009 Olympia Predictions

We are mere hours away from the start of prejugding, and all the women (Fitness, Figure, Ms. Olympia) will be performing today, with the Fitness Olympia and Ms. Olympia finals being tonight. I'm about as lost as a needle in a haystack when it comes to predictions, but I'll post them anyways:

Ms. Olympia

1. Iris Kyle
2. Yaxeni Oriquen-Garcia
3. Heather Armbrust
4. Betty Adkins
5. Dayana Cadeau
6. Lisa Aukland

Fitness Olympia

1. Adela Garcia
2. Tracey Greenwood
3. Julie Palmer
4. Tina Durkin
5. Shannon Meteraud
6. Trish Warren

Figure Olympia

1. Gina Aliotti
2. Jenny Lynn
3. Heather Mae French
4. Kristal Richardson
5. Jessica Putnam
6. Felicia Romero

I would absoultely flip out if I had one of the categories right. Don't see it happening though, but we'll shall soon see. Best of luck to everyone this weekend!!!

Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Is it worth it?


Today I was planning on having this FitChat dedicated to the Olympia. I had the format down, and sent word about it to several people over the last few days, as early as last week to be honest with you. Apparently, this turned into that, and well..due to multiple circumstances, The Olympia FitChat was stopped and will not be rescheduled. But I'm not writing this blog piece mainly because of the failure of the FitChat (I can live with that), but more on the lines of something I've realize lately.

I'm beginning to think I'm not well-liked, even hated...and I don't understand why.

I've done what I can with the limited resouces I have to help make this sport better. I've been a fan ever since middle school (I'm a college graduate student now, so do the math). I've seen the sport evolve so much since then. Yet it seems like, I feel as of lately, there's a circle, and I'm not part of the loop. I try to get involved however I can, whether it's giving out money that I needed (not wanted) for myself to help with a sponsorship (I've done it twice), give money to a mother who's providing an example for not only her fellow competitors but all mothers out there (done that this year, will do it again next year), give those that ask me advice for bettering themselves or a fellow competitor (recently done that)... Okay, I think you get the point.

I'm hoping I'm not coming across as a baby, but I'm...I'm just really confused as to what I'm doing wrong that I feel like I'm a hated individual. Is it because I'm black? No, doubt it, as I know of several supporters who are my color and they are respected individuals. Is it because I don't look like a bodybuilder. No, doubt it's that either, as there are those that are no where NEAR the bodybuilder-type look and they are respected individuals. It is my age? Well...I DO think my age is a part of why people might not like me. See, being a 22-year-old competitor is different from being a 22 year-old fan/supporter. The competitor is viewed as the future of the sport, with limitless potential, while the fan/supporter is more likely viewed as a creep. Young boys/men have that stereotype on them, like all black people listen and like rap. Trust me, not all of them don't. Some like a good country song. :)

All I'm saying to all of you is if I'm doing something wrong, if I'm coming across as something uncomfortable, let me know. I know this may sound crazy, but I'm not an awful human being. I care for and respect the sport of female muscle and want to see if flourish. I want to one day be a voice that leads the next generation of message board leaders, contest promoters, website designers, fans/supporters, etc.

So yes, I do feel like I have a hate target on me by a few, I feel at times that all my work means nothing. So seriously...it it worth it?

You bet it does...

Monday, September 21, 2009

2009 Olympia FitChat Reminder

Just a reminder that TOMORROW AFTERNOON, FitGems will be hosting an Olympia FitChat at Noon Eastern/11 Central. This chat is to get everyone amped up for what is looking to be an historic event. Look for the event to last about an hour to an hour and a half, two hours at the most, as I know most of you have others things to do.

So what will be discuss? Here's a general look at what will be brought up:

  • Breakdown of every female competitor in each division
  • Favorites for Ms. Olympia, Fitness Olympia, and Figure Olympia
  • Who could be "dark horses" in each division
  • Possiblities of hosting the Olympia in a different location
  • The possiblity of recording the Olympia with HD technology
  • Whether or not the Olympia should be broadcasted on PPV or a TV network in the future, and much more.
I can't make any promised, but I'm hoping to have someone from the Olympia past and present as a special guest on the FitChat.

Any questions about the Olympia that we can ask during the FitChat, please email me at

Here's the link to the Olympia FitChat
    Spread the word around, and I'll (hopefully) see you on the FitChat tomorrow afternoon at 12PM Eastern/11 AM Central! :)

    Song of the Week-John Cena "The Time is Now"

    In a mere few days, one man (Ms. Olympia) and three women (Ms. Olympia, Figure Olympia, Fitness Olympia) will say...THE CHAMP IS HEERRRRRRRRRRREE!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Your time is up, my time is now
    You can't see me, my time is now
    It's the franchise, boy I'm shinin' now
    You can't see me, my time is now!

    Whose franchise will be shining this weekend?!

    Sunday, September 20, 2009

    The 2009 Olympia is set!

    For those that are unsure about who's competing, here's the FINAL list of competitors from the biggest event of the year:

    Ms. Olympia
    Iris Floyd Kyle (defending champion)
    Betty Adkins
    Yaxeni Oriquen-Garcia
    Lisa Aukland
    Dayana Cadeau
    Debi Laszewski
    Heather Armbrust
    Betty Pariso
    Rosemary Jennings
    Gale Frankie
    Tina Chandler
    Nicole Ball
    Kristy Hawkins

    Fitness Olympia
    Tracey Greenwood
    Julie Palmer
    Tanji Johnson
    Regaine Da Silva
    Tina Durkin
    Shannon Meteraud
    Trish Warren
    Mindi O'Brien
    Myriam Capes
    Adela Garcia
    Nicole Duncan
    Bethany Wagner

    Figure Olympia
    Gina Aliotti
    Jenny Lynn
    Sonia Gonzales
    Brenda Smith
    Teresa Anthony
    Huong Arcinas
    April Roundtree
    Felicia Romero
    Monica Brant
    Kristal Richardson
    Nicole Wilkins-Lee
    Heather Mae French
    Kristi Tauti
    Jessica Putnam
    Erin Stern
    Krissy Chin
    Meriza DeGuzman
    Amy Fry
    Patricia Mello
    Larissa Reis
    Alicia Harris
    Sherlyn Roy

    Who will make history and become a legend this weekend? We shall soon see, won't we!?

    Thursday, September 17, 2009

    Follow HDPhysiques on Twitter!

    Yep, HDPhysiques is now in the Twitter universe!

    For everything up-to-date on everything that's a part of the HDP world (HDPhysiques.com, HDPhysiques.net, and the official blog, as well as exclusive content and sneak peaks of upcoming HDP models for Twitter followers only), follow them here:


    FBBFan.com Relaunched...Whole new look!!!

    For those that are unaware, I take part in more message boards and sites about female muscle than I dare to even talk about right now. One of my favorites is FBBFan.com. It was a social network site, like FitGems Nation, created using Ning in order to help support the sport of female muscle. Mark, the founder of FBBFan.com, was very influential in molding what my site is today, and I thank him for that.

    The site was down for a while to make changes to better suit the female muscle community. I'm happy to say that the site is back, and it's better than ever! FBBFan.com now has an forum, gallery, video section (coming soon), calender of events, and tons more materia exclusive to FBBFan.com membersl. I highly recommend you check out the site when you get the chance. It's run by a great person who believes in the sport and wants it to flourish.

    Here's the link to the NEW FBBFan.com:

    Hope you enjoy it! :)

    Wednesday, September 16, 2009

    Olympia FitChat set for Next Tuesday

    I'm aware that many people will be boarding the planes or driving to Viva Las Vegas probably Tuesday night or sometime Wednsday (depending on your location), so next Tuesday, FitGems will be hosting an Olympia FitChat at Noon Eastern/11 Central. For those that were part of the FitGems Q and A Chat last month, it will be similar to that, but this time, it's strickly Olympia talk. We'll discuss topics such as:

    • Breakdown of every female competitor in each division
    • Favorites for Ms. Olympia, Fitness Olympia, and Figure Olympia
    • Who could be "dark horses"
    • Hosting the Olympia in a different location
    • The possiblity of recording the Olympia with HD technology
    • Whether the Olympia should be broadcasted on PPV or a TV network
    • And more...
    I'm in the process of talking to a few past Olympia competitors, and hoping they will join us as special guests.

    Any questions about the Olympia that we can ask during the FitChat, please email me at admin@fitgemsnation.net.

    Here's the link to the Olympia FitChat:


    Hope to see many of you on the FitChat next week!

    Monday, September 14, 2009

    Song of the Week-Taylor Swift "You're Not Sorry"

    I'm not gonna front, I chose this song as a big old "F*CK YOU" to the little boy by the name of Kanye West. Taylor Swift, you are awesome, and Beyonce, you're a class act. I'm now an eternal fan of yours.

    And for you, Kanye...this is for you:

    Friday, September 11, 2009

    2009 Olympia Webcast

    You probably know this by now, but the Olympia will be shown this year via webcast. I've already done this, but for those that won't be in Vegas, bookmark the following link and tune in on Friday for the Fitness and Ms. Olympia Finals, and the Mr. Olympia Prejudging. Saturday night will be the Figure and Mr. Olympia finals.


    I haven't made up my mind yet about hosting a live chat DURING the Olympia, but if I do, I'll let you all know. If that happens, as opposed to having the chat on the official website, it will be held on the blog.

    In my honest opinion, if I could recommend one website to go to for great live coverage, it would be Siouxcountry, hands down. Their coverage of the North Americans was arguably the BEST coverage of an event I've ever witnessed. I seriously felt like I was there myself. It was that good.

    To think we were months away from the Olympia, now we're merely two weeks away. It's insane! :)

    FitGems Olympia Interview: Meriza DeGuzman

    One of the smallest yet most complete figure competitors out there today, Meriza DeGuzman will be entering her second Olympia contest after competing in her first one in 2007. With her recent top five placings this year, not to mention Jenn Gates (current Figure Olympia champion) and Zivile Raudoniene (current Figure International champion) are not in the show, there will be a new Figure Olympia champion crowned, as well as a different look in the top six. Meriza took time from her extremely busy schedule to do this interview for FitGems, and I thank her for that.

    All pictures belong to their respective sites and/or companies.

    FitGems: State your name and profession (fitness/figure/female bodybuilding/bikini/other).
    Meriza DeGuzman: Meriza B Deguzman IFBB Figure Pro
    FitGems: How many years have you competed?
    Meriza: 2 years amateur NPC figure and 2 years Pro IFBB figure
    FitGems: I’ve heard from a particular favorite site of mine and yours (
    Siouxcountry) that for your size, you can lift some crazy weight around. May you share with us how strong you really are?
    Meriza: Although I have not trained this way lately, last year I squatted pretty heavy to build more shape to my legs. I have front-squatted 225lbs for 10 reps and I have been known to lunge the parking lot here at World gym with a 100lb bar on my back! Lol! One-arm dumbbell rows with 80lbs 15 reps used to be easy for me…
    FitGems: What are the advantages/disadvantages of competing at your height?
    Meriza: Honestly, I have always thought being a shorter competitor in the PRO ranks sucks! Lol! I stand out like the sore thumb besides Erin Stern! Standing alone, I believe I have pretty good flowing lines, shape and symmetry, but standing right beside a taller competitor that has longer lines, can make me look more muscular…which has always been my downfall since I love having a bit more muscle on me! Advantage? Shorter competitors are cuter on stage! Lol! Just like female shoes in a department store, they always have size 6 on display not size 10! Lol!
    FitGems: What (if anything) would you change about your profession?
    Meriza: If you are referring to my figure profession, I would love to see a little bit more muscle and conditioning on stage…I believe that women can be strong- looking and still look sexy and feminine, if they are careful with their development…regarding my other profession, I am a professional fitness trainer/coach and I LOVE what I do with a passion! I LOVE to see all my clients evolve into healthier, sexier, more confident women! And that is such a great feeling!

    FitGems: With the addition of the bikini division, what do you see will happen with the evolution of figure, which is to many still an unsolved puzzle in terms of consistency within the NPC and IFBB?
    Meriza: Hopefully the introduction of bikini will allow figure athletes to get back to training again…I know both myself and I know a bunch of other figure athletes that have downsized their training time because of being too muscular.
    FitGems: Who do you look up to the most for your inspiration, whether competing or in life in general?
    Meriza: Inspirational people in my life: 1: Peter Ciccone ( National Level NPC BB) my fiance’ he always inspires me to work harder in life…2: my daughter Alexis ( 13 years now) for inspiring me to be a better mom and to live my life by example; 3: all my clients that inspire me to be a better role model for them!
    FitGems: For those that just don’t see figure in the same league in respect and dedication as fitness and women’s bodybuilding, what would you say to them to try and change their mind…or at the very least, let them see it from your prospective?
    Meriza: I know that the other girls may think we “just stand there” when we are being judged, or say that we “don’t really do anything.” The truth is, Figure may be even tougher than the other two sports in the sense that in Figure, we don’t have a posing routine to present, or mandatory poses to show to the judges. With Fitness, the routine is a huge part of your overall score. In bodybuilding, the women can tweak their poses to best suit their structure and development. But, in Figure, you have NOTHING to present except your body. You present your physique and the way that you have shaped and tightened it after months or years of hard work - using the same tools as these other athletes – months and months of cardio, careful weight training and meticulous nutrition. We have very limited variation to our posing and presentation – which I believe makes Figure just as challenging, or even possibly harder in some ways, than Bodybuilding or Fitness.
    FitGems: If there was any celebrity that would be a perfect fit in female physique competition, if giving time to be able to condition themselves? Along those lines, what division could you see her competing in?
    Meriza:Jessica Simpson! Definitely bikini! Fergie has a great body. She could do Figure, I think, in about 2 years tops!
    FitGems: The Figure Olympia is looking to be a very competitive one, with Jenny Lynn coming back in form, and Jennifer Gates and Zivile Raudoniene out of the show. What do you expect coming out of this year’s event for you personally?
    Meriza: For any one of us stepping on that O stage, everyone wants to be #1! Lol! But realistically, I am praying for TOP 10! I did not place at the 2007 Olympia (it was only my 2nd Pro show)…I was just happy to be there. But this time my goal is to make at least TOP 10!

    (Meriza @ 2007 Olympia)

    FitGems: What are you doing differently now to prepare for the show than what you’ve did in your first Olympia show in 2007?
    Meriza: For 2008, I put on size and muscle that did not do well for me! Lol! So for 2009, I had to really finesse my training to refine my body…and thankfully, it seems like the judges like it better! Lol! So for 2009 Olympia, I am planning to be on my A game and to have longer lines but still curvy. I plan on still have great conditioning! I can’t be on stage looking “chunky”! loll!
    FitGems: What’s your goal for this year’s event?
    Meriza: see # 10 answer! (go two questions up from this question, and that's your answer)
    FitGems: If you could improve the Olympia in any aspect, what would you do and why?
    Meriza: Better venue/host hotel! Orleans too smoky for me! Microwave and refrigerator in the rooms…
    FitGems: What are your future plans in this industry, short-term and long-term?
    Meriza: I am currently working with my sponsor MAN Sports…we’ve got some really exciting projects coming out in 2010 - I will make sure to keep you in the loop! I plan on growing my FIGURE posing and presentation clinics…we scheduled 6 full clinics this year, and so far, they have been e a huge success! We plan on running at least as many next year. I will continue competing as long as my body will allow! Lol!
    FitGems: Do you have any final words for your fans before you compete in the 2009 Figure Olympia?
    Meriza: Thanks for all the support, thanks for all the positive energy and love! And mostly, thank you for believing in me! xoxoxoxoxoxo

    For more on Meriza, visit her website at

    September 11, 2001...Eight Years Ago

    We will never forget...

    United we stand...united we survive...united we will live on.

    May God Bless America, and may He bless the world as well.

    Wednesday, September 9, 2009

    FitGems Olympia Interview: Trish Warren

    Trish Warren, aka the Black Mamba is among the top stars in IFBB fitness today. Last year, she made her Olympia debut and placed in the top ten. With the major shake-ups going on in the fitness division, Trish is looking to be a part of the elite stars in IFBB fitness. The Black Mamba was gracious enough to take some time out of her Olympia prep to do this interview.

    ALL pictures were provided by Trish herself. Click on the pictures to view them in their original size.

    State your name and profession (fitness/figure/female bodybuilding/bikini/other).
    Trish Warren: IFBB Fitness Pro Trish Warren

    FitGems: How many years have you competed?
    Trish: This is my 10th year. My first show was May of 1999
    FitGems: You and 2-time Figure Olympia Champion Jenny Lynn have become quite the Dynamic Duo. How did this partnership began, and how has this both affected your performances on stage and training routines for competitions?
    Trish: Jenny and I met at the Olympia last year, and hit it off. She moved to Texas for a new beginning after placing fourth last year. I have always trained intense and this is what she needed to get her title back. From there we came up with idea to promote camps, and have our own exclusive clothing line “The Heaven Sent” Collection. It has been a great venture for me because I now have a dedicated business and training partner.

    FitGems:I don’t know if you train for strength, but if you could, may you share with FitGems some of your best lifts in the gym?
    Trish: Squat – 300 lbs for a set of 6
    Deadlift- 275 lbs for a set of 4
    These are the only 2 that I have gone super heavy on
    FitGems: What (if anything) would you change about your profession?
    Trish:MORE MONEY, I think every competitor should walk away with something if you make it to the Olympia Stage!
    FitGems: Your physique is absolutely amazing, and personally, I think you have the ideal fitness physique. That being said (this may be a tough question to answer) what do you think represents the ideal fitness competitor, as far as physique and routines are concerned.
    Trish: Thank you for the Awesome compliment! I think you need to have a perfect balance of beauty, conditioning, and symmetry, without being too hard for the physique rounds. For the routines you need a clean and crisp 45second routine where all your mandatory strength, and flexibility moves are solid! Seal the deal with a fun and entertaining 2-minute where the crowd remembers your routine! I think I have accomplished all of this for the Olympia!
    FitGems:I know you and Branch are SUPER BUSY when you are not competing. What is it that you both do, and how are you able to balance that and training for competitions?
    Trish: We own and operate a logistics company “Maximum Logistics,” where we forward freight for our customers all over the world. We travel almost every weekend for guest appearances! Branch is filming a couple TV shows to total 26 episodes. We host camps, the NPC Branch Warren Classic, and our own clothing lines! Of course you can’t forget we both compete! Now on top of all of this our 14 yr. old nephew moved in with us so now we have football, school work, and parental responsibilities! It is a very challenging lifestyle, but not so much that we can’t handle it all! I just thank God everyday for the drive and determination he has given both of us! We work very well together and one day will be sitting in our rocking chairs on our large front porch watching our grandchildren play! That’s our motivation!

    (Branch and Trish at the NPC Muscular Development and Muscle Tech Branch Warren Classic)

    FitGems: With talent such as Ariel Kadar and Victoria Larvie (teenage superstars) emerging as the future of this sport, do you think a fitness boom will occur soon?
    Trish: I hope so, fitness at the NPC level is dying! It’s always nice to see new faces and keep fitness alive!
    FitGems: If there was any celebrity that would be a perfect fit in female physique competition, if giving time to be able to condition themselves? Along those lines, what division could you see her competing in?
    Trish: I think Fergie would make a great Fitness competitor!

    FitGems: You’re competing in your 2nd Olympia. With Kim Scheideler and Jenny Hendershott not in the show, what are your expectations heading into this event? Trish: It’s pretty clear that there’s going to be a new look in the top six.
    Trish: I pray that I am one of the lucky top 6! I have taken an aggressive approach to training for this year’s Olympia and hope and pray it all pays off for me!
    FitGems: What are you doing differently now to prepare for the show than what you’ve did in your first Olympia show last year?
    Trish: I began training for this show right after I placed 2nd at the NY Pro. I knew that I needed new powerful routines so I hired Jenny Hendershott and Lisha Dean to help me come up with a great 2- minute! I worked with Dr. Mike Feulner throughout my off-season something that I have never done before, and he has my physique the absolute best it has ever been!
    FitGems: What’s your goal for the Fitness Olympia (as if I don’t already know…LOL) ?
    Trish: I would love to Win, but would be satisfied with top 5
    FitGems:If you could improve the Olympia in any aspect, what would you do and why?
    Trish: To give all the athletes a pay check. After all, it is the Super Bowl of the IFBB and we are all pros! Have the expo and finals in one location, so we aren’t all running around like chickens with our heads cut off to make it to pre-judging.
    FitGems: What are your future plans in this industry, short-term and long-term?
    Trish: Short term- To become one of the top 5 in the industry
    Long term- To win the Olympia, and make a name for myself so I can continue to grow my camps, clothing line, and our NPC show!
    FitGems:Do you have any final words for your fans before you compete in the 2009 Fitness Olympia?
    Trish: Thanks for interviewing me, God Bless you all and see you in 2 weeks!

    Oh yeah Don’t forget about the Rock Star Fitness Camp Oct. 10 near DFW. For more information please contact Jenny Lynn or myself at jennylynnfitness@yahoo.com or trishfit@yahoo.com.

    Tuesday, September 8, 2009

    Song of the Week-Lupe Fiasco "Superstar"

    With the Olympia fastly approaching, I thought this would be a good time to bust this song out (I know, I need to lay off the lame lingo. LOL...)

    This is dedicated to ALL of you, as you're all superstars in your own way. Peace!!!

    Sunday, September 6, 2009

    August Poll Results and New Poll For September

    Thanks to everyone that voted on last month's poll. I asked the question, just out of curiosity: After seeing the NPC bikini contests so far, in terms of the entire package, do you see a real difference in bikini and figure? In a landslide, 66% of you said that it was a big difference between figure and bikini. The other choices each got 11%. That didn't surprise me at all. But ya know, there are those in some message boards that don't see a difference and will refuse to see a difference. Just thought I'd throw that question out there to all of you.

    Now...onto this month's question. As you all know, the Olympia is this month (September 24-27, to be exact). And it's held once again in Via Las Vegas. With that being said, here's my question to you: If it were up to you, where would you host the Olympia? Here are your choice:

    • Move it to Madision Square Garden in New York
    • Keep it in Las Vegas
    • Hold it in a different city each year

    I don't see it happening anytime soon, but who knows? :)

    Friday, September 4, 2009

    Jenny Hendershott on MTV's MADE Next week

    The date for Jenny Hendershott's apperance on MTV's MADE has been announced. According to her Facebook account, the show is scheduled to air on September 12th at 11 a.m. Set your DVRs and let's support one of the top fitness competitors in the world today!

    Rock Star Fitness Weekend on October 10th

    Jenny Lynn and Trish Warren, the Texas Twosome, are at it again! Both ladies are holding another Rock Star Fitness Weekend, beginning on October 10th. Check out the flyer below for more details: