Throughout my childhood I had an unquenchable passion for fitness. Only in the last three years have I incorporated weights into my work regiment. I strive to sustain healthy in all aspects of fitness (strength, cardiovascular, flexibility, coordination, etc). You are only as strong as your weakest link.
With graduation from college looming in the near future, I expect to maintain my intensity of my fitness training. Appearing in fitness magazines would be a great outlet to achieve this goal.
May of 2004, I shall graduate with a degree in Math, Computer Science and Psychology. I maintain a capricious outlook on my career plans. In the meantime, I would like to take this opportunity to do a lot of traveling, and more then likely I will conclude my education at graduate school.
Views on fitness and bodybuilding. For most it's a hobby, for a few it's a sport. But unlike any other sport there is no such thing as a comeback. There is no fourth quarter pass from Joe Montana to Dick Clark in the end zone or late game heroics of the likes of Michael Jordan. In this sport, constancy is the key. You have to live every moment like it's the fourth quarter. The type of mind set of, I missed a workout so I will do twice as much the next day has no prevalence here. "Carpe Diem."(Seize the day in Latin).
A person I would like to thank: John Mitchell a real zealot of fitness photographer. He exudes an affable mannered temperament and has uncanny ability to take input from the model and incorporate their ideas into the shoot. It was my first time having professional photos done, and I would have to say he left a positive image for me in regards to people in the industry. Thanks!
In addition, I would also like to thank Dean Correia for allowing us the opportunity to do the shoot at his gym.
I'll close by giving a quote from the world's greatest fitness guru. "For me life is continuously being hungry. The meaning of life is not simply to exist, to survive, but to move ahead, to go up, to achieve, to conquer." Arnold Schwarzenegger
Favorite Foods: I have a very bland pallet and tend to eat a wide variety of foods. Balance is the key for me. I love all various types of nuts, fruit, and vegetables, diary, meat. My favorite fruit is the blueberry, vegetable is the olive, nut is the cashew, meat is buffalo, and fish is mahi mahi. I try to stay away from the high processed foods that are so common in American lifestyle. Our culture unfortunately trades quality and effectiveness for quantity and efficiency. There is no such thing as a quick fix in nutrition.
Favorites Movies: Comedy -Dumb and Dumber, Action- Terminator 2, All-time -Stand by Me
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