WBFF Male Fitness Model Justin H. Pierce
Name: Justin H. Pierce
Stats: 6’0” 186lbs.
Where do you live?Lawrence,Kansas
What are your athletic achievements and competition history?
I played multiple sports growing up, baseball, soccer and basketball. The US Central competition will be my first event.
Wayne Jackson, from Go Hard Training. I originally went toWayneto take my physique to the next level and that’s whenWaynelet me know about the Wbff and that he thought I had the genetics and work ethic to win the Wbff Male Fitness Model.
What excites you most about competing with the Wbff?
The opportunity to meet some many amazing athletes that share the same passion I do for modeling, competing and physical fitness. And I would be lying if I didn’t say that the Wbff has the prettiest woman in the world, lol!
What are your future goals?
To win the 2012 Wbff US Central Male Fitness competition and the 2012 Wbff National Male Fitness competition. I would also like to build my Vegasbod brand into a marketing window for the fitness world andLas Vegas. One of my main focuses is to land front covers and other modeling spreads to help me in building my brand.
I had always been an athlete growing up and had kept myself in good shape and condition as any athlete would. Once I got out of the Army and started college at the age of 26, I stopped being active but continued to eat like a man with no guilt or common sense, this compiled with my metabolism changing I gained a lot of weight. I went from 190 lbs. to 255 lbs. within 2 years (Pics below). My wife, at the time started a new job that came with free gym memberships. I remembered that in the Army I had been a good runner and wondered if I could ever run at that level again. I started going to the gym (five times a week), running two miles and 10 minutes of abs exercises per workout session, during this time, I did not change my diet, I was actually eating in bigger quantities due to the new exercise routine. Approximately two weeks later I notice my gym shorts were loose around the waist. At that moment, I knew that I was not supposed to be this heavy. Up till then, I thought I was gaining the weight because genetically I was supposed to gain all the weight at that age and because my friends were all doing the same thing. I hired a trainer and started with modest goals and that has transformed into my current goals today.
How can people find out more about you?
I have a Face Book fan page, www.facebook.com/vegasbod or you can “friend me” on Face Book (Justin Pierce,Lawrence,Kansas or email@example.com)
I can also be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
Anyone you would like to thank who has been a part of your fitness journey?
My first elite trainer was Michelle Adam (Gainesville Health and Fitness), she got me started as far as taking me to the elite level. My current trainer, who has personally walked me through every step of the Wbff, training, diet, posing, photo shoot and marketing, Wayne Jackson (Go Hard Training). I would also like to thank David Bickley for shooting me and his patience for my novice mannerisms in the photo shoot, lol.
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