Stacey Bentley (born 1958) (last on right) (Lisa Lyon second from right) is a registered nurse and former professional female bodybuilder of the late 1970s and early 1980s. Along with Claudia Wilbourn and Rachel McLish, Bentley was among the first role models of bodybuilding for women and the benefits that it can bring to them.
Christina Prinn, 45-years-old, started training when she was only 9-years-old with her brother. She began training seriously when she was 17-years-old and saw immediate, substantial results. Her 5’7″ frame ranges from 185-220 lbs. She began wrestling at 19-years-old and has been successful in a variety of areas within the sport and as a strong-woman.
- tri cable pushdowns 250-300 lbs x 6
- seated calf raise stack on knees 900 lbs x 10-12
- wrist curls 225 lbs x 8-10
- dumbbell row 200 lbs x 6
- dumbbell shoulder press 120 lbs x 2
- dumbbell benchpress 170 lbs x 2
- lat pulldown 300 lbs x 3
- dumbbell single front raise 100 lbs x 10
- lateral raise 70 lbs
- barbell rows 315 lbs
- dumbbell pullovers 150 lbs
- upright rows 150 lbs
- shrugs 800 lbs
- weighted dips 200 lbs
- dumbbell french press 200 lbs
- shoulder press 315 lbs
- dumbbell concentration curl 100 lbs
- preacher curls 225 lbs
- close grip bench 400 lbs
- bench press 425 lbs and half press 500+ lbs
- legpress 1800 lbs
- squat 500 lbs (could have aimed higher if not for being hit by a car) Continue Reading…
STAR SIGN: Sagittarius
MARITAL STATUS: Happily married to Troy for nearly 10 years
OCCUPATION: Professional athlete & Technical Product Manager for International Health Investments
QUALIFICATIONS: B. Sc. (Hons) Food Science & Technology
SPONSORS: International Protein
YEARS TRAINING: 17
TRAINS AT: Empire Fitness Centre
LIVES IN: Gold Coast, AUSTRALIA
MOTTO: If it were easy, everyone would be a World Champion!
FAVOURITE MALE BODYBUILDER: Lee Priest (I have a picture of him on my fridge for inspiration!)
FAVOURITE FEMALE BODYBUILDER: Iris Kyle
FAVOURITE DIET FOOD: Oats cooked and mixed with International Protein “Protein Synergy 5″ in Chocolate Truffle flavour (sorry coffee, just don’t compare!)
FAVOURITE ‘JUNK’ FOOD: Ice-cream; any flavour but love Cookies ‘n Cream and Praline’s n Cream or anything flavoured with coffee. Baskin & Robbins is presently my favourite brand.
FAVOURITE COLOUR: Purple
FAVOURITE EXERCISE: Pullovers at the moment.
FAVOURITE MUSCLE: Triceps
SHORT TERM GOAL: To entertain with my physique when I compete.
Anja Langer started competing in the bodybuilding at 18-years-old in secret. Her parents weren’t supportive of the sport, but her heart was set. Her dedication and effort brought her fourth in the German Championship in 1983 and in the World Champion in Australia in 1985. She went on to win the German as well as the European Championships in 1986. In 1987, she placed second in the IFBB Pro World Championship. Anja took second place in the 1988 Ms. Olympia. She was aiming to take first in the 1990 Olympia, but pregnancy prohibited her from putting enough attention on her training. However, Anja has been active in the industry all through the 90′s and into 2000.
- Born: June 1965
- Grew Up: South Germany
- Childhood Sports: Gymnastics, diving and jazz dance
- Started Weight Training: Age 15
- Degree: Graphic Art
Growing up I played Soccer and Softball, but as I got older I was more involved in gymnastics and cheerleading. When I was in 8th grade I tried out for All Star cheerleading and made it as one of the youngest on the squad! That same year, I also made the High school gymnastics team. The practices never overlapped which made me able to participate in both simultaneously! Throughout High School I was a cheerleader in a very competitive program, we competed all over the US, even at Nationals in Dallas TX. After HS I was involved in the program in a variety of ways… I volunteered 1 season as the team conditioning coach. Another season I worked as one of the choreographers for their competition routine.
Pavla Brantalova is a female bodybuilder born in the Czech Republic in 1977. She achieved acclaim in bodybuilding circles by competing successfully at the international level. Brantalova won the lightweight division at the European Bodybuilding Championship in 1998. She placed third in the lightweight division at the 1998 IFBB World Amateur Bodybuilding Championships and second in the lightweight division at the 1999 Jan Tana Classic. She competed at a weight ranging from 115-125 pounds at a height of 5’3″ and was known for a physique that was particularly well-developed for someone of her age. At a weight of 125 pounds, Brantalova was able to bench press 180 pounds for eight repetitions.
In addition to bodybuilding, Brantalova has used her muscular physique and strength to pursue a career in submission style wrestling in which she wrestled against female and even male opponents. She was a small but surprisingly strong wrestler. AmazOns.com has described her as being “amazingly, freakishly powerful.” She made several wrestling videos and also worked as a session wrestler. Brantalova has retired from both bodybuilding and wrestling and now works as a nurse in California.
Christine Envall, IFBB pro, has not competed recently, however, she’s considering an IFBB comeback. We completely support and encourage this female titan of the industry to grace us with her return. Check out her website.
Contest Weight: 160-165 lbs
Off-Season Weight: 190+ lbs
Measurements: (at 180 lbs)
Upper Quads: 25″
- Birth Place: New Orleans
- Currently living in: Las Vegas
- Favorite Body Part To Train: Legs
- Birthday: November 12
- Favorite color: Pink
- Pets: 4 dogs & 2 cats
- Something you wouldn’t know about me: I love to collect cast iron banks
- Favorite Cheat Foods: Cheese, Pizza, pasta, Limited Edition Reeses Big Cups, Soft Oatmeal Raisin Cookies, & Peanut butter Pie.
- Began Training: When I was 15
BODYBUILDING, FITNESS, FIGURE WOMEN
Results for Women Bodybuilding Fitness and Figure CLICK HERE
First Gallery of Women Bodybuilding Fitness and Figure (450) CLICK HERE
Kim Klein Fitness Third Place #1)
Stacy Hylton Fitness Fifth Place (#2)
Mindi O’Brien Fitness Tenth Place (#3)
Kirsten Nicewarner Fitness Twelfth Place (#4)
Kelly Ryan Fitness Fourth Place (#5)
Adela Garcia_Friedmansky Fitness Second Place (#7)
Carla Sanchez Fitness Eleventh Place (#8)
Tanji Johnson Fitness Ninth Place (#9)
Tracy Greenwood Fitness Seventh Place (#10)
Debbie Czempinski Fitness Eighth Place (#11)
Julie Palmer Fitness Sixth Place (#12)
Monica Brant Peckham Figure Second Place (#1)
Jenny Lynn Figure First Place (#2)
Jane Awad Figure Seventh Place (#3)
Lynsey Beattie Ahearne Figure Eleventh Place (#4)
Elaine Goodlad Figure Eighth Place (#5)
Latisha Wilder Figure Fifth Place (#6)
Shannon Meteraud Figure Tenth Place (#7)
Christine Pomponia-Pate Figure Fourth Place (#8)
Zena Collins Figure Ninth Place (#9)
Amber LittleJohn Figure Sixth Place (#10)
Allison Bookless Figure Twelfth Place (#11)
Jen Hartley Figure Thirteenth Place (#12)
Mary Elizabeth Lado Figure Third Place (#13)
Brandi Denise Chastain-Defender for United States Soccer (bio according to puggal.com). In her international career, Brandi Chastain has scored 30 goals. Maximum goals scored by her were 7 goals in 1991
- Born on 21 July 1968, in San Jose, California.
- She is former member of US women’s soccer team.
- She is currently playing for FC Gold Pride of Women’s Professional Soccer.
- She is famous for her game winning penalty kick in the 1999 FIFA Women’s World cup against china.
- In 1986, the University of California-Berkeley awarded her with the “Soccer America Freshmen Player of the Year.”
- She had reconstructive surgery of both her knees which made her not to play much in 1987 and 1988.
- She moved to Santa Clara University before graduating in 1991.
- Brandi Chastain made her international debut in June 1988 against Japan.
- She scored her first international goal in April 1991.
- As a defender for US team she participated in the 1996 Atlanta Olympic Games.
- She played an important role in winning gold medal for US team. She played for her team despite of serious knee injury against Norway in the semifinal.
- In 1999, Brandi Chastain scored on the fifth penalty kick to earn victory for US team over China in Women’s World Cup final at the Rose Bowl in California.
Tomoko Kanda is a bodybuilder from Osaka, Japan. Born and raised in Osaka on 19 October 1966, she is 1.62 metres (5 ft. 4 inches) tall and weighs 68 kg (150 pounds), with biceps measuring 39 cm (15.5 inches). Tomoko can bench press 92.5 kg (205 pounds) and on the squat machine 250 kg (551 pounds).
Tomoko has a Master’s degree in management from Troy State University.
* 2002 – 1st place All Japan Bodybuilding, Masters category
* 2002 – 1st place All Japan Open Bench Press 56 kg weight class
* 2004 – 1st place Osaka/Kansai bodybuilding
* 2004 – Runner-up All Japan Bodybuilding
Mimi Jabalee (born February 17, 1967 in Mount Clemens, MI) is a professional female bodybuilder from the United States, currently residing in Atlanta, Georgia. In 2005 she won the heavyweight and overall titles at the NPC Nationals, earning her pro card.
* 2001 NPC Eastern Seaboard – 1st (HW & Overall)
* 2001 NPC Nationals – 8th (HW)
* 2003 NPC Nationals – 2nd (HW)
* 2004 NPC Nationals – 5th (HW)
* 2005 NPC Nationals – 1st (HW & Overall)