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Cool feature on one of our gym's lifters

#1 Postby VeganEssentials » Tue Feb 14, 2012 5:11 pm

I was sad I missed the meet she was in (had to work until about 4 AM the night before), but was glad to see some clips online -

http://www.powerliftingwatch.com/node/21656

Sally is 100% bad-ass - she earned her pro card as a bodybuilder a year or so ago, now she's moving on to powerlifting to start making her mark there as well. Going 8 for 9 at a first meet is awesome, and from watching her train a few times recently, I'm sure she's going to start hitting some really big numbers before long. Last time I ran into her a few weeks ago, she was deadlifting singles @ 365 lbs. like it was nothing, so I'm hoping to hear about her pulling 400+ at her next meet, whenever it may be.

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Re: Cool feature on one of our gym's lifters

#2 Postby VeganEssentials » Tue Feb 14, 2012 6:50 pm

All depends on your taste, I suppose, but I wouldn't know much since I'm not looking to date her :)

She's not as defined now (obviously, since priorities changed and she's not competing in bodybuilding at this time), but still holds 6-pack-abs bodyfat levels while being stronger than most of the men I know. Regardless of whether or not one is impressed with female bodybuilders, I'm impressed with her accomplishments!
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Re: Cool feature on one of our gym's lifters

#3 Postby Tarzan » Tue Feb 14, 2012 7:33 pm

OK I was not completely fair with the previous comment. Even with all the help she is obviously getting, that is all very impressive and she clearly has a lot more dedication than myself.


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