I love to write and yet sometimes can't think of what to write about. I guess the better way to put it is, I ahve so many ideas in my head and don't know how to word them or when to put certain things into certain parts of the story, or column or whatever. This week I want to write about two amazing women named Ali Dies and Heahter Kilgore. But there is so much good I can write about them, I dont know where to start. So I will just write it out and kind of let the thoughts just flow from my mind.
Ali Dies is one of the first people in this industry I really became a fan of. Yes she is insanely beautiful, and yes as a guy that struck me. BUt also her physique did. She just looked incredible. We shared some short Facebook communications and I found out she was just a sweet and nice woman. Along the way from knowing Ali I learned of Heather Kilgore. Again her beauty struck me. I talked with Heather on Facebook as well, and all I jsut said about Ali equally applies to Heather. In talking with them they became very supportive of my own competing goals. Lots of encouragement. I haev since been talking on the phone with Heather and she is so fun to talk with. I had an immediate trust with and in her and was able to tell her some "this is between me and you" stuff.
Now, you may or may not be familiar with Ali and Heather, and of course you may be familiar with them. If you are familiar, you know how special they are. Not as competitors, but as people. But we must talk about the competing. These are two women who you see them in stage photos and say "thats the best she ever looked" but then they get on stage and again you say that. They just keep getting better.
There are alot of people who ahve competed obviously. Some can be inspiring by how they look and some by what kind of person they are. These two women are inspiring in both ways. There is no limit to how far they can go in the fitness industry and they do not have to take a back seat to anyone.
But let's face it, sometimes success can go to a person's head. People can get cocky, arrogant or a sense of entitlement. With Ali and Heather, no matter how successfull they get, you know they will still just be Ali Dies and Heather Kilgore, and I think they want it that way. These are two very special women who are a perfect example of why I love this industry.