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What’s The Hardest Aspect Of The Contest Prep?
The hardest aspect of contest prep is life balance. This is an extremely selfish sport, and unfortunately our loved ones, on occasion, take a back seat to workouts, cardio, eating, and meal prep. I’ve made a very conscious effort through all of my competition preps to keep a positive and happy attitude, include my loved ones as much as possible, and not force them to sacrifice the foods that they love simply because I don’t want to be tempted by food not in my plan. I’m the main cook in the household, and to ensure Lindsay doesn’t have to sacrifice I cook her whatever she want’s all the way through my prep! It’s actually quite nice as I get to live vicariously through her! I’ll never understand the people who get angry, grumpy, and snappy at their friends and family. In my opinion, if you don’t enjoy the entire journey through prep, you shouldn’t be doing it!
Pizza Or Burger?
Who Is Your Biggest Supporter?
My lovely wife Lindsay is my biggest supporter. She is very understanding and gives me all the time I need to accomplish my goals. She cheers loud at the competitions, and always lets me know how proud she is no matter what my placing.
Which Athletes Do You Admire Any Why?
Chris Bumstead has become a huge inspiration for me. What this man has done at the age of 22 is amazing. The fact that he’s Canadian is also a bonus! As far as Men’s Physique Athletes are concerned, I’m a fan of Andre Ferguson. In my opinion, he has the best lines and aesthetics, is big enough to be very impressive, while not holding so much muscle that he’s too big for Men’s Physique.
Donut Or Chocolate Cake?
What Advice Would You Give To Yourself If You Had Opportunity To Go Back In Time?
The best advice I could give to a younger version of me, would be to get ahold of my Coach at an earlier age! I didn’t step on stage in Men’s physique until I was 31. Had I started with Helen in my early 20’s I’d have a much more impressive physique.