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Lisamarie Benito – Female Bodybuilder


Lisamarie Benito is a Female Bodybuilder new to the competitive arena! We’re also proud to support Lisamarie as a Female Bodybuilder on MuscleBombshell.com!

Lisamarie has made major changes to her physique! Changes that most people would think would be impossible to do!

Continue reading more about Lisamarie Benito to find out about her remarkable transformation…

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Noemi Pelegrin-Tudor – Female Bodybuilder


MuscleBombshell.com is very excited to Interview Noemi, 2010 Sandra Wickham Overall Bodybuilder winner.

There are not too many female bodybuilders left in the industry, and Noemi is definitely a Bodybuilder Pro in the making!

I personally had the pleasure to hang out with Noemi backstage at last years Sandra Wickham show. I must say she is a very sweet and genuine person!

Continue reading to find out more about Noemi Pelegrin-Tudor…

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Ditch the Fragile by Stephanie Joanne

Stephanie Joanne


To define the word fragile would be, easily broken, shattered, or damaged, delicate, brittle or frail. Are these the reasons why most ladies still steer far away from the weight room?

The fear of the weight room is so overwhelming for most of my female clients when they are starting out at the gym.

Fast forward a few months and they can’t get enough of it. I wish it were as simple as telling them to just not care what people think and stop thinking you’re going to embarrass yourself.

I must also address the nonsense idea that you are going to put on muscle. If your goal is to lose weight or tone up, realize that the only way to do this is to put on some good old lean muscle. So put your game face on and hit the weight room full force.

Be the powerful woman you know you are and strive for some strength within you. Once you peel away your shy self, and feel how empowering your body can make you feel, you will forever be addicted to using your muscle!

Here are some ways to “peel away the fragile” of the weight room today:

Step one- Ask for help! Trainers, members, anyone…we love talking fitness. I personally love when someone asks me for help with an exercise they are unsure of on the gym floor. Most trainers come with Egos, feed those slightly and we’re all yours.

Step two- Believe that you will not bulk up. It is actually impossible to do so as our bodies just do not have the genetic makeup. If you want to be lean and toned, you must lift weights and yes heavy weights.

Step three- Educated yourself. take time to learn about your body. There are a ton of resources online to help you. The amounts of time you spend thinking about what you wish you had could be converted into time well spend researching some new moves.

Step four- Just go! Start today..stop thinking about it. The sooner you grab that dumbbell and enter that dreaded weight room zone the sooner you will feel like the Muscle Bombshell that you already are.

 Lose the fragile and I’ll see you in the weight room!


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Nancy Onyett – Female Bodybuilder


Nancy Onyett, Female Bodybuilder with a very good track record. She recently shared a bit about her background and experiences with us.

Here’s what Nancy had to say about her past experiences and future goals in her own words:

1. Briefly share with us your background(Education, Interests, etc.)?

I have a Master of Science in Nursing as a Family Nurse Practitioner. I’m in family practice for past 10 years. I do own my practice Pyramid Preventative Medicine, I focus on family medicine, hormone imbalances and replacement, along with weight loss. I found by incorporating  hormones into diabetics, they lose weight faster than my regular weight loss patients. There is quite a bit of research on diseases and hormone imbalances due to obesity. It all ties together.

2. Who has inspired you the most to succeed as a Fitness Competitor?

I had a lot of trainers over the years in this sport some good and some bad.  The best trainer I have and had for past 4 years off and on taught me the military way of training.  He is the best for knowledge in off season and on season with prep. He is such an inspiration as he can push me harder and farther than anyone else. The way that he trained me mentally helps in all aspects of my life in addition to training.

3. What competitions have you made appearances in? From these, what were your placements (titles won)?

  • 1991 NANBA
  • 1st place Tall Class
  • 2004 NPC House of Fitness Arizona
  • 5th place Womens MiddleWeight
  • 2005 NPC Arizona State Bodybuilding and Fitness Show
  • 4th place Middleweight Open Womens Bodybuilding
  • 3rd place Middleweight Masters Women Bodybuilding
  • 2005 NPC Northern Arizona Bodybuilding and Fitness show
  • 4th place Middleweight Open Womens Bodybuilding
  • 2nd place Middleweight Master Women Bodybuilding
  • 2007 NPC Arizona State Bodybuilding and Fitness Show
  • 4th Womens Open Heavyweight BodyBuilding
  • 5th Womens Master Bodybuilding
  • 2007 LA Classic
  • 3rd Womens Open Light Heavyweight Bodybuilding
  • 2011 LA Classic
  • 4th Womens Open Bodybuilding

4. When is your next upcoming show? What will be your competing class?

My  next competition is in July 2012 the LA Classic.  I like Jon Lindsay and his judges.  I am still training for bodybuilding and that is what I have done all throughout my bodybuilding career.

5. Where can fans find out more about you (website, published magazines, etc.)?

Personal Site: www.PyramidPreventativeMedicine.com

Twitter: @pyramidmedicine

Facebook: Nancy Onyett

Facebook Page: Pyramid Preventative Medicine at Highland Medical Center


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Jeni Windtalker – Natural Bodybuilder & Humanitarian


We had the pleasure of interviewing Jeni Windtalker, a natural bodybuilder and humanitarian.

Here is more about Jeni…

1. Briefly share with us your background (Education, Interests, etc.)?

I was a  former Firefighter/EMT, now I am just a dispatcher. I volunteer often in my community for Charities and Non profit organizations, most recently was at a Brad Paisley concert with Water=Hope project to help raise money so that more people here in the US and abroad can have access to clean water.

2. Who has inspired you the most to succeed as a Fitness Competitor?

I would have to say initially it was the ladies I saw in Oxygen magazine who had placed in Figure competitions. As I learned more, and became more confident I ventured out to natural bodybuilding where those who influenced me most were Jim Cordova and Brenda Rahe.

3. What competitions have you made appearances in? From these, what were your placements (titles won)?

I have competed in many shows starting in April 2006. Most recently I was in the INBF Central States where I placed 1st in  Master Bodybuilding and 2nd Women’s Open Bodybuilding.

4. When is your next upcoming show?  What will be your competing class?

Women’s Bodybuilding and then in November the OCB Midwest States in DeKalb, IL. in bodybuilding. It will be the Ford’s INBF in Madison Wi.

5. Where can fans find out more about you (website, published magazines, etc.)?

They can go to my Facebook page www.facebook.com/jenniwindtalker


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