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Christopher Dyer

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Birthdate: March, 1982
Height: 5 7  Weight: 170

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I am a New York City Union Construction worker that at 17 yrs old was introduced into bodybuilding by a friend/co-worker.  I became interested in fitness competitors such as Arnold Schwarzenegger, Steve Michalik, Lou Ferigno, and Tom Platz.  Once I got into training it became my way of life.  It took me over like a whirlwind.  Diet, preparation, dedication and the life-style really gave an edge.  When I was younger, I played sports like soccer, and roller hockey, not leaving much room for contact sports because coaches didn't play those types of players because of my lack of size.  One day I woke up and decided the monster that I knew was inside of me was time to surface on the outside through my physique.  So I ate, and when I was tired of eating, I ate again.  Day in, day out consistency was going to be the only key factor of getting the results that I needed to see. I decided that I wanted it, more than I was afraid of it and I put myself in uncomfortable situations to get to where I needed to be.  My first book on bodybuilding like many others was Arnold Schwarzenegger Encyclopedia of Modern Bodybuilding, as a Christmas present as well as my first gym bag filled with all the necessary tools for me to go for it.  I learned the greatest lessons in life through the fitness lifestyle. You can't borrow, steal, or dream a fitness physique, there's only one way.  You have to earn it. You have to be committed to it and realize that it is a process. Trust in yourself and working to the point of complete exhausting and when you feel uncomfortable, to push out a few more because that's when the magic happens. Pushing through the uncomfortableness and not giving up.  In the whole spectrum of life, that's really what it's all about. Some view "fitness fanatics" as people who are some sort of lab experiment gone bad. But true athletes, and fitness like-minded people know, that is not the case.  To be pushed into an uncomfortable state we do on the regular, because for some strange reason, that is the most satisfying part of our day, right next to walking out of the gym in complete exhaustion.  My style of training is high-intensity.  I like the feeling of doing various exercises in sequence to see my body push through every limit because my mind will give up first, leaving me to push myself into that different state of minor league vs the major league. On off days, I still follow my lifestyle, nothing changes. For some they will never know the feeling of being in this lifestyle, and some do.  But those who start the process and have the motivation to start, dedication takes over.  Without me having this part of my life, I'll never know where I would be today with all the opportunities I have.  For that, I am forever grateful.

Meeting John has been the best start to a platform I am working really hard to find my way into.  Seeing his pictures, they told a story.  His use of camera angle, posing and background scenery are all thought out photographs.  I felt really comfortable with John; his raw talent of knowledge of the world of fitness poses, and photography are unbeatable. The shoot went great and the photographs came out really well.  I'm really glad I took the time to come and meet him for the shoot.  He was on-time, all business, and gave me great advice before, during and after the session. If you’re looking to get into fitness photography and need to get a professional to take your photos, or a seasoned vet in the business, make John a priority to contact.  You won't need another place to go afterwards.


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