I have always been physically active.
I have always been physically active. I played on a travel soccer team for majority of my life. After high school, I had to figure out what was next. This is when I got into weight lifting and kick boxing. In the fall of 2017 I began competitive body building. My NPC coach Justin Horrell helped me for my first NPC bikini show, and I fell in love with the process. Justin and his Wife, IFBB Pro Carly Starling Horrell, were always such an inspiration. From NPC I transitioned into WBFF where I received my pro card in the fitness category November of 2018.
You have one of the most phenomenal physique we’ve seen in a long time, what is your training routine like?
My Training Split goes as followed. I hit legs x 2 a week. Leg day is my absolute favorite.
Monday: Legs / Glutes
Tuesday: Biceps, Triceps, and some chest.
Wednesday: Back day
Thursday: Legs/ Glutes
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