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RESULTS: 2012 INBF-WNBF Natural North America - ProQ.

by Sharon Gayle May 25, 2012

INBF Natural North America (WNBF Pro Qualifier)

WNBF Center Stage Championships for Pro Figure & Pro Fitbody

Location: Kennmore Middle School, Arlington, Virginia
Date: May 19, 2012
Promoter: Mary Bell
 

 

RESULTS:

Congratulations to Pro Card Winners

  1. Eric Holmes (Pro Men's Open and Masters Bodybuilding)
  2. Lisa Jones (Pro Bodybuilding)
  3. Tina Peratino (Pro Figure)
  4. Sheivon Yullie (Pro Figure and Pro Fit Body)

 WNBF Pro Figure
1. Wendy Spencer #45
2. Penny Seabolt #44
3. Kimberly Streich #46
4. Melissa Scott #43
5. Donna Kratz #28
6. Suzanne Barlass #6
7. Jennifer Yohn #51
8. Monica Yarnall #50
9. Rebecca Jefferson #24

WNBF Pro Fit Body
1. Tina Peratino #37
2. Kimberly Streich #46
3. Wendy Spencer #45
4. Melissa Scott #43
5. Ashley Zaino #53
6. Suzanne Barlass #6

Men's Open Lightweight
1. Terrell Campell #14
2. Samuel Lewis #29
3. Chris McCann #33
4. Lee Jackson #54

Men's Open Middleweight
1. Eric Holmes #22 (Pro Card Winner)
2. Marshall Johnson #29
3. JaVonte Ashford #25
4. Davis Abbott #2
5. James Byrd #13
6. Matthew Owen #36
7. Thomas Towsend #47
8. Charles Nelson #35

Men's Open Heavyweight
1. Shergell Akhtar #3
2. Brandon Savoy #42
3. Rene Harry #21
4. Johnas McGaha #34
5. Caleb Beasley #8

Men's Open Master
1. Eric Holmes #22 (Pro Card Winner)
2. Marshall Johnson #25
3. James Byrd #13
4. Thomas Towsend #47

Women's Open Bodybuilding
1. Lisa Jones #26
2. Robyn Ford #20
3. [?]
4. Danelle Lum #31

Open Bodybuilding Pairs
1. James Byrd #13 and Robyn Ford #20

Fit Mom
1. Tina Peratino #337
2. Kimberly Streich #46
3. Donna Kratz #28
4. Lori Beach #7
5. Tiffany Cornejo #16
6. Medina Roberts #40
7. Marcia Lopez #30
8. Monica Yarnell #50
9. Antonia Williams #49
10. Phenelipha Ross #41

Best Body
1. Sky White #48
2. Amy Abbott #1
3. Toni Williams #49
4. Tanya Fennell #19
5. Donna Kratz #28
6. Jen DeVos #17

Figure Novice
1. Courtney Barbero #5
2. Phenelipha Ross #41
3. Kerstin Reinecke #39

Figure Open Short
1. Tina Peratio #37 (Pro Card Winner)
2. Jen DeVos #17
3. Tamara Brod #12
4. Tiffany Cornejo #16
5. Melissa Cann #15
6. Medina Roberts #40

Figure Open Tall
1. Sheivon Yullie #52 (Pro Card Winner)

2. Renea Hudson #27
3. Lori Beach #7
4. Jennell Holmes #23
5. Marcia Lopez #30
6. Tracey Petrin #38

Figure Open Master
1. Renea Hudson #27
2. Jen DeVos #17
3. Lori Beach #7
4. Medina Roberts #40
5. Melissa Cann #15
6. Marcia Lopez #30
7. Kerstin Reinecke #39

Fit Body Short
1. [?]
2. Medina Roberts #40
3. Tracey Petrin #38
4. Melissa Cann #15
5. Rebecca #24

Fit Body Tall
1. Sheivon Yullie #52 (Pro Card Winner)
2. Renea Hudson #27
3. Lisa Brock #10
4. Marcia Lopez #30
5. Jennell Holmes #23
6. Kerstin Reinecke #39

Courtesy: www.WNBF.net
Photographs: None provided.

RESULTS: 2012 - INBF Tri-State

by Sharon Gayle May 24, 2012

2012 INBF Tri State Bodybuilding & Figure Championships

19 May, 2012


Teen Division
1. Wayne Collins
2. Ashton Rogers
3. Josh Curry
4. Nick Logie
Novice Men's Bodybuilding
1. Richard Marasco
2. Tonny Pritchett
3. Steve Beskid
Men's BB Over 40
1. Roy Thomas
2. David Rice
3. Ozzie Smith
4. Richard Marasco
5. Jeff Tiffner
6. Derrick Barthol
7. Philip Albenze
Men's BB Over 50
1. Roger Sciotto
2. Fred Mobley
Ms.Fit Body
1. Crystal Eddy - Overall Winner and new WNBF Pro
2. Laura Pfeiffer
3. Lajena Bass
4. Stephanie Sweany
5. Michelle Nizen
6. Tonya Colvin
7. Jennifer Lykins
Novice Figure
1. Jana Creel
2. Allison Dorough
3. Leslie Kettering
4. Michelle Truman
5. Andrea Sweetland
6. Cathleen Robertson
Women's BB - Lightweight
1. Lee Ann Bardun
Women's BB - Heavyweight
1. Tonya Colvin
2. Jennifer Lykins
Women's Figure - Tall
1. Kylie Gamelier
2. Erink Kirkland
3. Christine Grossarth
4. Kyla Johnson
5. Mandi Vorhees
6. LaJeana Bass
7. Michelle Nizen
8. Mary Conroy
Women's Figure - Short
1. Dawn Reichley - Overall Winner and New WNBF Pro
2. Kendra Stiffler
3. Laura Pfeiffer
4. Laura Brinsko
5. Stephanie Firment
6. Stephanie Sweaney
7. Nicole Thomas
8. Chantall Bottorff
9. Pamela Price
Master's Figure Over 40
1. Dawn Reichley
2. Stephanie Firment
3. Stephanie Sweaney
4. Mary Conroy
5. Pamela Price
 Master's Figure Over 50
1. Lajena Bass
2. Montrie Rucker Adams

Courtesy: www.WNBF.net
Photographs: None provided/available.

RESULTS: 2012 INBF CENTRAL USA NATURAL

by Sharon Gayle May 18, 2012

FIT BODY & FIGURE CHAMPIONSHIPS

Competition Date: Sat, May 12, 2012

Location: Kohler, WI United States


RESULTS

Teen Women's Bodybuilding
1. Madeleine McKinney, LaCrosse, WI

Teen Men's Bodybuilding
1. Teddy Callow, Racine, WI
2. Riic Nielsen, Racine, WI

Women's Masters Bodybuilding


Susan Rakovich - Master Bodybuilding Overall Champion

1. Susan Raykovich, Rhinelander, WI (Overall Division Champion, WNBF Pro Card awarded)
2. Susan Achmitt, Franklin, WI
3. Deanna Burnlinger, Mukwonago, WI
4. Tracy Samz, Manitowoc, WI
5. Jennifer Reichardt, Plymouth, WI

Women's Open Bodybuilding: Lightweight
1. Susan Raykovich, Rhinelander, WI
2. Ali Mater, Elm Grove, WI
3. Deanna Brunlinger, Mukwonago, WI
4. Susan Schmitt, Franklin, WI
5. Crystale Lind, Stoughton, WI

Women's Open Bodybuilding: Heavyweight


Melinda Bennett - Womens Open Bodybuilding Overall Champion
 
1. Melinda Bennett, South Bend, IN (Overall Division Champion, WNBF Pro Card awarded)
2. Rebecca Orlowski, Black Earth, WI
3. MaryBeth Justus, West Allis, WI
4. Medeleine McKinney, LaCorss, WI
5. Tracy Samz, Manitowoc, WI
6. Jennifer Reichardt, Plymouth, WI
7. Alicia McBride, Kenosha, WI

Women's Best Posing Routine Award
1. Melinda Bennett, South Bend, IN

Men's Wheelchair
1. Eric Keen, Plymouth, IN

Men's Bodybuilding: Grandmaster
1. Arnold Sims, Milwaukee, WI
2. Dale Aulik, Maribel, WI

Men's Bodybuilding: Masters


Erik Powers - Masters Bodybuilding Overall Winner
 
1. Erik Powers, Waukesha, WI (Overall Division Champion, WNBF Pro Card awarded)
2. Bill Woollsey, Fishers, IN
3. Arnold Sims, Milwaukee, WI
4. Gary Grymkoski, Kenosha, WI
5. Richard Abbott, Bloomer, WI
6. Todd Hanson, Franklin, WI
7. Jason Merkel, Plymouth, WI

Men's Open Bodybuilding: Bantamweight
1. Joe Manning, Pardeeville, WI
2. Erik Nielson, Racine, WI
3. Todd Hanson, Franklin, WI
4. Mark Lehman, Waldo, WI
5. Jarred Velier, Plymouth, WI

Men's Open Bodybuilding: Lightweight


Ray Hunter - Mens Open Bodybuilding Overall Champion

1. Ray Hunter, Kenosha, WI (Overall Division Champion, WNBF Pro Card awarded)
2. Leeland Petz, Madison, WI
3. Quentin Hursey, Normal, IL
4. Eric Gibson, Merrillville, IN
5. Zach Sizemore, Fishers, IN
6. Chris Frost, Green Bay, WI
7. Gary Grymkoski, Kenosha, WI
8. Ben Puckhaber, Waukesha, WI
9. Teddy Callow, Racine, WI
10. Dale Aulik, Maribel, WI
11. Tony Thorn, Fond du Lac, WI

Men's Open Bodybuilding: Middleweight
1. Doug Hawver, Delavan, WI
2. Ryan Clark, Richland Center, WI
3. David Portmann, Manitowoc, WI
4. Bill Woolsey, Fishers, IN
5. Robin Anderson, Port Washington, WI

Men's Open Bodybuilding: Lightweight
1. Benjamin Haag, Dewitt, MI
2. Richard Abbott, Bloomer, WI

Men's Open Bodybuilding: Heavyweight
1. Jordan Ponder, Milwaukee, WI
2. Kraig Baxter, Skanee, MI
3. Erik Powers, Waukesha, WI
4. Mike Wendorf, Stoughton, WI
5. Brice Triphan, Waldo, WI

Men's Best Posing Routine Award
1. Jordan Ponder, Milwaukee, WI

Master Figure: Short Class
1. Elizabeth Bennett, Vernon Hill, Il
2. Joanne Bender, Waunakee,WI
3. Janelle Martinson, Cottage Grove, Wi
4. Sara Zoran, McFarland, WI
5. Laura Kalscheur, Hartland, WI
6. Tammy Marlock, Milwaukee, WI

Masters Figure: Tall Class


Jennifer Rasmusssen - Masters Overall Figure

1. Jennifer Rasmussen, Delavan, WI (Overall Division Champion, WNBF Pro Card awarded)
2. Julie Morgen Frausto, Plymouth, WI
3. Lisa Jacobassi, Germantown, WI
4. Leslie Biernat, Franklin, WI

Open Figure: Short Class


Julie Ibinger - Open Figure Overall Champion

1. Julie Ibinger, Mt. Horeb, WI (Overall Division Champion)
2. Janelle Martinson, Cottage Grove, WI
3. Patty Natzke, Milwaukee, WI
4. Danielle Weis, Kenosha, WI
5. Lisa Lisowe, Delavan, WI

Open Figure: Medium Class
1. Elizabeth Bennett, Vernon Hills, IL
2. Tammy Marlock, Milwaukee, WI
3. Sara Zoran, McFarland, WI
4. Sara Bashaw, Fond du Lac, WI
5. Robyn Wiegand, Grafton WI
6. Alicia McBride, Kenosha, WI
7. MaryBeth Justus, West Allis, WI

Open Figure: Tall Class
1. Jody Gregoire, Fredonia, WI
2. Jennifer Rasmussen, Delavan, WI
3. Julie Morgen Frausto, Plymouth, WI
4. Christine Schmieden, Madison, WI
5. Lisa Jacobazzi, Germantown, WI
6. Krista Perttula, Union Grove, WI
7. Madeleine McKinney, LaCrosse, WI
8. Leslie Biernat, Franklin, WI

Fit Body: Short Class


Ali Mater - Fit Body Overall Winner

1. Ali Mater, Elm Grove, WI (Overall Division Champion)
2. Julie Ibinger, Mt. Horeb, WI
3. Gina Kiel, Madison, WI
4. Chelsea Burns, Rockton, IL
5. Laura Kalscheur, Hartland, WI
6. Joanne Bender, Waunakee, WI
7. Janelle Martinson, Cottage Grove, WI
8. Jennifer Reichardt, Plymouth, WI
9. Lisa Lisowe, Delavan, WI

Fit Body: Tall Class
1. Karen Busalacchi, Oak Creek, WI
2. Lisa Jacobazzi, Germantown, WI
3. Christine Schmieden, Madison, WI
4. Madeleine McKinney, LaCrosse, WI
5. Alicia McBride, Kenosha, WI
6. Karla Kasten, Black Creek, WI

Women's Best Abs In Show
1. MaryBeth Justus, West Allis, WI

Women's Best Legs In Show
1. Karen Busalacchi, Oak Creek, WI

Men's Best Ads In Show
1. Zach Sizemore, Fishers, IN

Men's Best Legs In Show
1. Jordan Ponder, Milwaukee, WI

 

Courtesy: www.WNBF.net
Photographs: By Dan Bersano

RESULTS: 2012 - INBF Mr. America

by Sharon Gayle May 6, 2012

Bodybuilding, Figure, & FitBody Championships

April 28, 2012

Teenage (after taking out a high & low score)
1. Cameron Vogel - 7 points
2.Matthew Klune - 8 points
3. Troy Hanley - 15 points

Novice (after taking out a high & low score)
1. Matt Klune - 7 points
2. Joel Garay - 8 points
3. Thomas Walsh - 14 points
4. Cosmo Ferro - 20 points

Masters Men (40 A Division)
1. Tim Galub - 5 points (WNBF Master Pro Card)
2. John Gaskinas - 11 points
3. Jeffrey Phillips - 14 points
4. Stephen Adzima - 20 points
5. Anthony Guglierlrri - 25 points

Masters Men - 40 B Division
1. Cornelius Bowler - 5 points
2. David Waldman - 11 points
3. Mark Storti - 15 points
4. Cosmo Ferro 20 points
5. Marc Tomasella - 23 points
6. Tomme Coleman - 30 points

Masters Men - Over 50
1. Glenn Vogel - 9 points (WNBF Pro Masters Card)
2. Larry Lemiex - 12 points
3. Thomas Walsh - 20 points
4. Robert Jackson - 25 points
5. Tomme Coleman - 30 points

Masters Men - Over 60
1. Alan Leff - 5 points
2. Raymond Craby - 11 points
3. Louis Mirro - 14 points
4. Revi Egebo - 22 points
5. Tomme Coleman - 23 points

Masters Men - Over 70
1. Louis Mirro - 5 points
2. Bob Howard - 10 points
Open Men Bantam WT
1. David Waldman - 5 points
2. Jeffrey Phillips - 10 points

Open Men - Lightweight
1. Tim Golub - 8 points
2. Joel Garay - 9 points
3. Vlad Novikov - 12 points
4. Louis Guarino - 20 points
5. Marc Tomasella - 25 points

Open Men - Middleweight
1. Mark Storti - 9 points
2. Ray Ramos - 12 points

Open Men Light - Heavyweight
1. John Heart - 5 points
2. Vic Cuzzopo - 13 points
3. Jimmy Robinson - 14 points
4. Rodger Clark - 19 points
5. Glenn Vogel - 23 points
6. Serreste Barton - 30 points

Open Men - Heavyweight
1. Dan White - 5 points
2. T J Lynch - 10 points
3. Cameron Vogel - 15 points
4. Cornelius Boucler - 20 points
5. Dave Diggle - 26 points
6. Alex Smirich - 31 points
7. Chuck Kohout - 34 points
8. Stephen Adzima - 40 points
9. Tomme Coleman - 45 points

Open Figure - Short
1. Nadine Ianniello - 8 points (WNBF Figure Pro Card)
2. Kristyn Ciravino - 12 points
3. Marcia Lopez - 14 points
4. Lisa Daab - 17 points
5. Julie Branham - 23 points

Open Figure - Tall
1. Sharon Daub - 5 points
2. Elizabeth Bolger - 12 points
3. Jennifer Van Sant - 13 points
4. Jamie Sebcleuski - 21 points
5. Carol Giacobbe - 25 points
6. Susan Ryan - 29 points

Masters Figure
1. Maggie Corso - 7 points (WNBF Masters Figure Pro Card)
2. Sharon Zaubi - 9 points
3. Nadine Lanniello - 18 points
4. Lisadi Di Pasquale - 20 points
5. Marcia Lopez - 26 points (Tie Breaker)
6. Lisa Daab - 26 points
7. Carla Campozino - 34 points
8. Diane Ferro - 39 points
9. Carol Giacobbe - 47 points
10.Susan Ryan - 48 points

Novice Figure
1. Amanda McCann - 7 points
2. Carla Campozino - 10 points
3. Diane Ferro - 13 points

Best Body Bikini
1. Sharon Zaubi - 9 points (Tie Breaker)
2. Mary Warren - 9 points
3. Julie Brannam - 16 points
4. Kristyn Ciaravino - 23 points
5. Caitlin Farrell - 24 points
6. Carla Campozino - 26 points
7. Susan Ryan - 35 points
8. Amanda Griffin - 36 points

Ms. Fit Body
1. Sharon Zaubi - 8 points (WNBF Pro Card)
2. Lisa Pasquale - 9 points
3. Jamie Sobolewski - 14 points
4. Elizabeth Bolger - 19 points
5. Amanda McCann - 25 points

Mr. Fitness
1. John Messina - 5 points
2. Anthony Gugliemi - 10 points

 

Courtesy: www.WNBF.net
Photographs: None available.

RESULTS: DFAC, All Natural Options North Jersey

by Sharon Gayle May 4, 2012

All Natural Options North Jersey Naturally Built Classic Natural Bodybuilding & Figure Championships

April 28th, 2012 - Morris Knolls High School, Rockaway, NJ
Promoters/Sponsors: All Natural Options

The DFACs' (Drug Free Athlete Coalition) inaugural event, when off without a hitch and showed clearly that this newest of Federations intentions to provided quality event's for it's competitors. "For and about the Athlete", the DFAC provided a platform to the rising stars of Bodybuilding and Figure. Check out the first wave of DFAC competitors and Pro Card winners below. ~Sharon Gayle

  Open Figure
1st – Erin Fahy
2nd – Diana Huie
3rd – Jacqueline Manrique

  Masters Figure
1st – Cindy Wechsler
2nd – Sandra Kuhn
3rd – Debbie Prantil
  DFAC Figure Pro card winner
– Erin Fahy
 

Best Presentation
– Diana Huie

  Novice Bodybuilding
1st – Steven Vargo
  Masters Bodybuilding
1st – James Gonzalez
2nd – Felix Campiz
  Open Bodybuilding
Lightweight
1st – Alex Hawkins
2nd – Chris Shea
  Heavyweight
1st – Dominick Cordi
2nd Derek McGuire
  DFAC Pro card winner
– Dominick Cordi
  Best Presentation
– Derek McGuire
  Bikini
1st – Agi Hegyesi
2nd – Jenny Fiume
3rd – Michele Clear
4th – Erika Lynn Hanson

 Courtesy of: DFAC - Drug Free Athletes Coalition

APPEARANCES: IFBB NY PRO Championships

by Sharon Gayle May 4, 2012

IFBB NY PRO Championships

Saturday 19th May, 2012

Tribecca Performing Arts Center, New York City

 

Dear Friends,
In support of a friend and fellow competitor, I will be attending the "IFBB NY PRO Championships." Come out and join me in what will no doubt be stiff competition, that will motivate you to get into the gym for a serious workout.


I look forward to seeing you there! ~Sharon Gayle

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Men's Open Bodybuilding, Men's 21 & under Bodybuilding, Figure, Bikini, Men's Physique, Women's Physique
Pre-Judging:
11:00am
Finals: 6:00pm

Tribecca Performing Arts Center
199 Chambers Street
New York, NY

Courtesy: BevFrancis.com

Appearances - A Roll-Model to Our Young People!

by Sharon Gayle May 2, 2012

Career Day - Teachers Preparatory School

Teachers Preparatory School, 226 Bristol Street, Brooklyn, NY.
Wednesday 16th May, 2012

Inspiring our Young People ...Preparing them for the Future!


I am so thrilled to be have been invited to be a guest speaker at the Teachers Preparatory School’s Annual Career Day. I will be sharing my thoughts, insights, and various experiences regarding making career choices and setting goals, so that the students will have a solid understanding of how best to navigate the various roads and pathways of the “working” world; in addition to achieving success in their professional and career choices.


Guiding our youth.

It is events such as this that I live for, and which fuels my fire. Making a positive difference in a young persons life means the world to me! ~Sharon Gayle

Image: Courtesy of MSTemplates.

STATS & FACTS: The Key to Re-defining Your Body

by Sharon Gayle May 2, 2012

Trimming the Fat!

Guidelines for a healthier body and a happier you!


With the Summer fast approaching, we tend to take a longer, harder, look at ourselves in the mirror.  Some of us are satisfied with our general physique, while others will see various areas that might need a little refining, and feel the need to get rid of a few extra pounds.

The following general guidelines will help you work toward a healthier body and a happier you!


Calorie Deficit

Many commercial diets toot their own horns as having the right strategy to shed unwanted weight; however, while most do provide initial results, most also fail to provide the long-term results needed to help keep the weight off.  Following are two very important points to keep in mind:

  1. Your body must burn more calories than it is taking in to lose weight.
  2. One pound of fat equals 3,500 calories, so if you want to lose 1 pound per week, you need to average a caloric deficit of 500 calories per day.

NO! You do not have to run on the treadmill faster than the speed of light until your legs buckle (or you end up somewhere in the Twilight Zone) to burn the 3,500 calories to lose a pound. You will however, need to combine increased activity with changes to your diet/meal plan.


Going nowhere fast?  Re-evaluate your workouts, and achieve success! 


Basal Metabolic Rate and Calories Burned in a Day

To manage your weight, you need to know the number of calories you consume and the number of calories you burn. Your body has what is referred to as basal metabolic rate (BMR), which is the amount of calories you burn at rest in order to survive. Your BMR accounts for approximately 60 to 75% of all the calories you burn in a day. Yes—even while you are sleeping, your body continues to burn a small amount of calories.

Once you’ve determined your daily caloric needs, it’s time to set a realistic weight loss goal of 1-2 pounds per week and also calculate how many calories you need to eliminate your unwanted weight.
BE REALISTIC! Set a goal you can achieve. Crash diets and extreme workouts are not the way to do this. Work within your lifestyle and time constraints. Moderate changes will yield great results, and if done correctly, permanent positive lifestyle changes.


What to Eat

Managing your weight is easier than you might imagine. There is no need to spend hours planning your diet. Just follow several simple guidelines and keep the calorie deficit in mind.


You are what you eat. Choose to eat healthy.

  • Reduce your portion sizes by 10 to 15% each time you prepare or order a meal.
  • Eat smaller meals more frequently throughout the day and avoid skipping breakfast.
  • Consume a variety of fruits and vegetables, whole grains, and non-fat or low-fat dairy products to get the nutrients your body needs.
  • Aim for two or three servings of dairy products daily (e.g., milk, cheeses, yogurt).
  • Select low-fat foods and avoid trans fats. Limit your total fat intake to 20 to 35% of daily calories, with no more than 7% of your total calories coming from saturated fats.
  • Avoid eating too many salty foods.
  • Limit alcohol beverage intake.


Cardio: Burn the Right Fuel

Research shows that lower-intensity exercise uses a larger percentage of fat as fuel compared to higher-intensity exercise. However, it does not burn as many calories as higher-intensity exercise and, consequently will not result in as much body weight or fat loss. Therefore, gradually increase the intensity to increase your caloric deficit while continuing to burn fats. Higher-intensity exercise also has a greater impact on keeping your metabolism elevated after your workout, which keeps your body burning calories, thereby allowing you to eliminate a few more calories. REMINDER! Always check with your doctor before starting any exercise program, and choose the intensity that is appropriate for your current health and physical capabilities.


Burn More Fat by Increasing Muscle

Strength training offers numerous health benefits, including an increase in the number of calories burned. Muscle tissue burns more calories than fat tissue, and building muscles utilizes a lot of energy. As you increase the amount of muscle you have, you will also increase your resting metabolic rate.


Build muscle ...Burn calories even when sleeping!

To prevent injury and develop consistency, it is suggested that you start off with one to two sets of 12 to 15 repetitions for all major muscle groups. ~Sharon Gayle

 

Notice: This article is for your reference only. Please consult with you Physician prior to starting any exercise program.
Additional Reference Source: ACE-American Counsel on Exercise
Photographs: Courtesy of MSTemplates