The 2017 Olympia is over, and I finally got the chance to spend time with my family and get some rest during our short post-Olympia vacation in San Diego. I live so close, yet this was my first time there. What a beautiful place!
It’s so much fun sharing these days with my family and making sure they’re happy, but that doesn’t mean I’m not training during my post-Olympia vacation. Even on vacation, I train regularly with no excuses. It’s part of my life, and it feels so good.
Now that my body is starting to fully recover from my contest prep, I’m using a few supplements I know can help me recover more quickly: Dr. Feel Good (Multi Vitamin/Mineral), Omega Flax Oil, Glucosamine Chondroitin with MSM, BCAAs, and protein.
I’ve had many post-Olympia photoshoots and have one more to come, so I’m still in competition shape and following my diet, but I’m enjoying the mental recovery. It feels awesome to be in great shape, and I can’t wait to share new pics with everyone soon.
OG Pole Fitness Classic is Coming…
I’m very excited to be promoting my OG Pole Fitness Classic coming up at the Ferrigno Legacy on November 18. I can’t believe it’s less than two months from now. It’s going to be an awesome show with great competitors and guest performers.
My goal is to strengthen the connection between Pole Fitness and the broader fitness and bodybuilding community by introducing these pole athletes to the existing community, and I’m going to change pole competition so it becomes a combination of sport and entertainment. We’re adapting rules, emphasizing a fit look by adding a physique award, and we’re adding body tanning so they’ll look more professional on stage. Our pole athletes will inspire others to look good and be fit.
I hope everyone is doing well and still working hard on your own goals. Feel free to contact me with any questions, whether relating to diet, training, competing, or choreography. Please visit my website and follow me on social media (links below).
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