Issue #19


by Juan Carlos Lopez

2006 Team Universe and NYC Pro Photos and Results

2006 Team Universe and NYC Pro Review

2006 USA's Figure and Bodybuilding Photos and Results

2006 USA's Figure and Bodybuilding Review

2006 Tara Scotti After Party Photos and Review

20 Question with Cover Model: Jamie Senuk IFBB Figure Pro

Video Interview with Cover Model IFBB Figure Pro: Jamie Senuk

How to Stay Relaxed
by Kaisa Piippo

Ask Misty Green
by Misty Green

Jamie Senuk, Heather McKinnon, Jeni Briscoe, Macey Boudreau & Serena Cooper

Femsport 2006
by JP Erickson

Journey to Jr. Nationals and Beyond Part 2
by Becky Clawson

Video Interview with CBBF Figure Charlene Akhurst

Pre-Post Canadian Nationals
by Charlene Akhurst

Handling Dissa- pointment with Grace
by Christie Sharun

Video Interview with CBBF Figure Kim Stefanski

From the Start
by Tina Kellog

Video Interview with CBBF Figure Christie Sharun


Femsport 2006 by JP Erickson

FemSport 2006 – “North America’s Premier Fitness Strength and Physique Competition” – presented by Body Energy Club, is a full day of non-stop action with female competitors going head-to-head as they challenge their athletic abilities in various events. FemSport will take place on August 26 in Vancouver, BC. Host to this year’s show is Robson Square, an outdoor venue located in the heart of downtown Vancouver. The new, outdoor location will provide an opportunity for thousands of people to drop by and watch the event.

FemSport includes a physique portion and a strength portion with cash prizes and merchandise awarded to the winners. The strength portion consists of EZ-bar curls using 1/3 bodyweight to maximum reps within 60 seconds, a kettlebell lift, an obstacle course and an optional tug-of-war.

The physique portion of FemSport is not a traditional physique competition with competitors required to diet down to low body fat levels; rather, competitors are encouraged to come in looking lean and healthy, but not ripped.

Competitors can enter the strength portion only, the physique portion only, or both portions and compete for the overall title.

Previous show winners include Mindi O’Brien, Trina Gillis, Shanae Tomasevich and last year’s champion, Roseanne Blackburn.

FemSport welcomes all athletes, both pro and amateur, to compete in this event. Past competitors have come from a variety of sports including bodybuilding, fitness and figure, Olympic lifting, martial arts, figure skating, track and field, boxing and more.

For complete information on FemSport 2006, please visit the website at www.femsport.tv



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