Birthdate: February, 1988
Height: 6 1 Weight: 177 to 193
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I am young, living, loving, and going after what I wasn't in life. Fear is what holds us back. Learning to overcome this is my goal. I take risk and I strive for all I desire in life and striving for exposure in the fitness world is where I find myself today. My name is Benjamin Dennis Webster. I'm from Denham Springs Louisiana. I attend college and work with my father. In my spare time I am either in the gym or at school studying. On the weekends most of my time consists of kicking it with my friends or catching a few passes on the field for my semi-pro football team in Baton Rouge. I work hard and I'm dedicated to the modeling industry.
Eventually after all my dedication, getting the exposure, shooting with some of the best, and progressing with my body, resume, and talent, I found myself in front of the camera of BBPics and John Mitchell. I had already done the fashion side of modeling, from runway, to even body Art. It was time I tried to become a fitness model. One of the biggest chapters of my life begins with a plane trip to Phoenix Arizona for a photo shoot with the one of the best photographers in the modeling industry. I've come a long way from being a small guy to a nationally exposed fitness model going after for my first publication. After my Arizona experience with all the models and the one and only John Mitchell I sure have grown to appreciate this business much more and all the wonderful experiences that come with it. John sure has taught me a lot, not only about the modeling industry but life in general. He's a wonderful friend and an amazing photographer.
John Mitchell's work not only impressed just a regular fashion model like me but also every body builder and fitness competitor that has shot with him in the past. For I look forward to working with John Mitchell again. He's an amazingly talented photographer who I can call friend. Anyone who has the opportunity to work with John and his talent will enjoy the experience and Love the work!
Here are few things I've obtained since my fitness and Body Building path I have taken.
My Fitness Regimen: I am in the gym 6 days a week now; I focus on every body part, but each part once a day. I am currently going through trial and error with building my body. I feed on a combination of nutrients, supplements, and vitamins. I am very active with a variety of workouts I call hobbies, such as flag football, league volleyball, team basketball, semi-pro football, aerobics, yoga, gymnastics, and mountain biking. I am always on the go and my fitness regimen is simply my life.
My own thoughts: MY ULTIMATE GOAL IN LIFE IS TO JUST SUCCEED. FOR I'VE NEVER SAT NEUTRAL IN MY LIFE. I'VE ALWAYS BEEN ON THE RUN, LIVING FAST, LIVING DEEP, WORKING HARD, CHANGING, AND STRIVING TO DO BETTER, BE BETTER, LIVE BETTER. I'VE ALWAYS BEEN ACTIVE AND WHEN SOMETHING SPECIAL COMES UP IN MY LIFE I PUT ALL MY ENERGY AND EFFORT INTO IT. IN ALL REALITY WE AS HUMAN BEINGS CAN HAVE ANYTHING WE WANT, BE ANYBODY WE WANT, DO ANYTHING WE WANT AND WITH HARD WORK, DEDICATION AND SETTING YOUR MIND AND GOOD DEEDS INTO GETTING IT AND DOING IT YOU WILL SUCCEED! WHEN THE DAYS OVER WITH, THAT'S IT, ITS OVER, YOU WONT GET IT BACK. YOU ONLY GET ONE CHANCE, ONE LIFE. ONE REALLY BIG DREAM! DO IT, BE IT, STRIVE FOR ALL YOU DESIRE! LIVE YOUR LIFE, AND LIVE TO YOUR FULLEST POTENTIAL. ITS NOT WHAT CAN WE DO, ITS WHAT CAN WE NOT DO!....."LETS ROCK BABY"
Bench press - 5 sets, 6-10 reps
Incline bench press - 6 sets, 6-10 reps
Cable crossovers - 6 sets, 10-12 reps
Dips - 5 sets, to failure
Dumbbell pullovers - 5 sets, 10-12 reps
Front wide-grip chin-ups - 6 sets, to failure
T-bar rows - 5 sets, 6-10 reps
Seated pulley rows - 6 sets, 6-10 reps
Straight-leg dead lifts - 6 sets, 15 reps
Squats - 6 sets, 8-12 reps
Leg presses - 6 sets, 8-12 reps
Leg extensions - 6 sets, 12-15 reps
Barbell lunges - 5 sets, 15 reps
Standing calf raises -10 sets, 10 reps
Seated calf raises - 8 sets, 15 reps
One-legged calf raises (holding dumbbells) - 6 sets,12 reps
Wrist curls (forearms on knees) - 4 sets, 10 reps
Reverse barbell curls - 4 sets, 8 reps
Wright roller machine - to failure
Barbell curls - 6 sets, 6-10 reps
Seated dumbbell curls - 6 sets, 6-10 reps
Dumbbell concentration curls - 6 sets, 6-10 reps
Close-grip bench presses (for the all three heads) - 6 sets, 6-10 reps
Pushdowns (exterior head) - 6 sets, 6-10 reps
Barbell French presses (interior head) - 6 sets, 6-10 reps
One-arm dumbbell triceps extensions (exterior head) - 6 sets, 6-10 reps
Seated barbell presses - 6 sets, 6-10 reps
Lateral raises (standing) - 6 sets, 6-10 reps
Rear-delt lateral raises - 5 sets, 6-10 reps
Cable lateral raises - 5 sets, 10-12 reps
6am: egg whites, dry oatmeal, and a protein shake.
9am: two apples. Cup of cottage cheese and a second protein shake
Lunch 12:00: 8oz of lean chicken, turkey, granola, sweet potato, and brown rice, and a cup of fruit
3pm: can of tuna, or small portion of Starkest fish fillets and a small serving of beans(from lima to baked beans)
Dinner 6pm: Skinless Chicken, steak, or turkey breast. Broccoli, beans, and spinach, occasionally brown rice.
Anything after 6pm to kill the hunger pain I consume a serving of fiber always 1/2-1 cup of vegetables.
Fiber is heavy on the stomach.