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Prior to lifting weights I was a competitive track and field and cross country athlete - so the only experience I had with regards to weights was in doing any sort of "strength training" as a part of my conditioning programs with my athletics. I was never a "cardio bunny" persay, but there was a period in my life where "being athletic" and "being in shape" did not include weight training in my mind. It really depends - certain workouts of mine take longer then others and it depends on whether or not I'm preparing for a contest. I'd say I'm most proud of my business - to be able to do what I do for a living. I am the proud owner of my own online training and nutritional company.
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Latest Babe Comments Showing 0 of 0 comments. Show all comments Leave a comment. All rights reserved. Read our disclaimer. At age 19 I joined the LA Fitness that had opened up near my school and there I met and trained with Mark Hazel, a national level bodybuilder who saw potential in my physique and encouraged me to enter my first show.
I quickly set plans in motion for my second show, this time NPC, where I placed second in my class. I then took two years off from competing to finish school and concentrate on my modeling for a little, and now, with the help and sponsorship of FigureRX I am looking to make a wonderful year.
My website launched www. I also offer personal training services, phone consultations, and more. When I look at my strength a year ago compared to now, the changes are massive.
So I think staying interested or focused in training has more to do with how you view training then the training itself. But I've not only made mistakes, I still make mistakes, all the time. I think too many people are afraid to act, or to try for fear that they'll make a mistake, but in all honesty that's how you learn.
That's how I learned. Credentials are important, to be sure, but I think part of what makes me not only a strong athlete but also an effective coach isn't in my certifications or my scholastic knowledge but my own personal experience.
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Over the last decade or so I learned what to do and what works by doing what didn't work. Failures pave the road for successes.
Making mistakes is never easy, but it exposes weaknesses and shortcomings and brings them to our attention so we can address them and turn them into strengths. While I love that strength, muscularity, and a shapely body have become more appreciated in mainstream notions of "sexy," I don't really like slogans like "strong is the new skinny.
I think sexy is subjective, and I'm an advocate of individuality, in a person's right to shape and build their body in the way they want it to look, in a way that makes them feel confident.
Confidence is ultimately what's sexy-loving who you are, and how you look and taking pride in what your body is capable of being. I define sexy for myself more in terms of how I feel than how I look. I feel I'm sexy when I feel strong in my training, lean and healthy, and energetic in my day-to-day life.
I am a huge proponent of effective supplementation.
Although I practice paleo, which on its face looks down on supplementation, I believe that the needs of an athlete make supplementation damn near essential. Paleo works well for the average person because the goal of the average person is pretty basic: Don't be fat and sick. The average person doesn't hit the gym day after day in preparation to get onstage, or compete in CrossFit or hit a PR, or walk around with single-digit body fat.
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So if you have goals that aren't average, I believe your diet or nutrition shouldn't be average. Just like I believe Doritos and cookies don't earn you pro cards or PRs I don't believe coconut milk smoothies and bacon will either. Avoiding advanced supplementation because it's not labeled "paleo" is just absurd, in my opinion. I also take a fish oil from WFit Nutrition, which is some seriously good stuff. That along with their tendon and ligament formula helps me eliminate soreness and joint discomfort.
I take CLAsince I don't eat an abundance of red meat. I naturally have a lean physique and I tend to struggle to hang on to my muscle, so during intense training sessions I use Gaspari Nutrtion's Glycofuse. I use ZMAmelatonindigestive enzymesand this is a partial list! There are no miracle pills or powders. I supplement to enhance athletic performance and recovery and to fill up any nutritional deficiencies in my diet.
I don't think bodybuilding emphasizes mobility and recovery enough.
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I've learned so much about both since doing CrossFit. I swear by foam rolling and myofascial release with a good old lacrosse ball or softball. I also like flossing with the voodoo band, especially on my left shoulder, which suffers greatly in external rotation.
It's a simple, yet comprehensively effective, way of dealing with joint restriction and muscle pain. The top of my list though is professional treatment.
I get active release therapy once per week, along with chiropractic adjustments. Every six weeks or so I go for a good deep tissue and stretch therapy session.
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Nothing is better than being totally passive and allowing a therapist to have their way with your tissues-self-release is great, foam rolling is great. But, I believe if you actively move, support, and activate your injured tissues or your sub-optimal motor patterns, massage is a barrier to treating and correcting them.
I also am a firm believer in relaxing Epsom salt soaks. I know a lot of people are into ice baths but I believe that ice bathing isn't well-received by the body and the body responds by releasing stress hormones. For the average gym-goer, I guess this may result in a healthy stress adaptation, but for a high-intensity athlete, I think it's overkill.
Allison Moyer is a nationally ranked NPC Figure Athlete, nationally and internationally published fitness model, an avid CrossFit athlete, BSN, C.P.T, C.S.N, C.N.W.C, and owner of Alli-Fitness Systems LLC and Predator-Diet INC. Well known for being a Paleo and Christian athlete, she currently runs a successful online blog and contributes actively to several online websites such as The. Allison Moyer "Alli" By Lori Braun on September 11, Occupation: National Level NPC figure competitor, fitness model, Director of Personal Training for Health Fitness Corporation. A little about me: I grew up as a very athletic girl, my family owns horses and I did horseback riding, softball, and swimming all prior to entering Jr High. My. Dec 10, Sexy Muscle Girls is dedicated to Nude Female Bodybuilders, Fitness Girls and Muscle Pornstars. Featuring Nude Female Muscle Videos, Pictures and more. Sexy Muscle Girls. The Buff And The Beautiful. You are here: Home. Figure. Allison Moyer. Allison Moyer.
What I listen to changes often but right now:. My physique has changed and is still changing. I have always taken my fitness seriously, but as my nutrition methods change, as my training methods change, consequently my body and physique changes. I have a much more streamlined physique then I did in former years.
I actually prefer to take active recovery days rather than rest days, days where I focus a lot on mobility, relaxation, rejuvenation, and low intensity, low-CNS-stimulating movement. I like treating myself to a deep-tissue massage, an Epsom salt soak, or a long walk.
Sometimes I take yoga. Aside from that I enjoy time spent with my fiance, my dogs, reading, maybe watching a movie, or in general just taking time to breathe deep and get out from under a barbell.
Why not? So much of what we go through as athletes and health enthusiasts is misunderstood and misinterpreted by the general public. I think support in your goals is key, and having a place to go where you can interact with like-minded individuals can go a long way in helping you achieve your goals.
Whatever your focus, whether it's aesthetics or performance, Bodybuilding. I was thrilled to be a finalist! And as much as I wanted the chance to win, I had a blast participating in such a huge competition and I felt honored to have made it as far as I did. I learned a lot about where I needed to improve as an athlete, as a model, and as an entrepreneur in order to appear more marketable to a company with the fortitude like Bodybuilding.
We can never stay the same. I view my whole life, as a high school athlete, a college athlete, a figure competitor, and now a CrossFitter, as one big long continuous journey. I constantly learn, evolve, and try new things. I try to remain as open-minded as I can when it comes to fitness, and I never "throw the baby out with the bathwater" so to speak.
I would like to think that my training, my approach now is the best of everything I have learned, the best of competitive sports, of bodybuilding, and of CrossFit. I've learned what works and what doesn't, and I don't believe that my fitness has to have a label-it doesn't have to fit in an "athletic" box or a "bodybuilding" box or even the "Crossfit" box.
It just has to work for me. In my personal opinion the art of bodybuilding is just that-the art of building the body.
It's about muscle shaping and sculpting. I think bodybuilding is more of an art than a sport, although I'm sure people will debate me on that. So of course I think figure and fitness models could fall into that category.
If you use your training to shape your body for aesthetic reasons, to create a specific look, then I believe you are, in essence building the body. I think that what's happening in fitness right now is exciting. In general with the advent of things like Insanity and P90x and home-based training programs people started moving away from the Globo Gym mentality of set and rep training.
People started to see fitness as being something that is possible without machines. Then things like kettlebell training and TRX systems took this idea a step further. Then CrossFit burst onto the scene and began changing the way people thought about getting in shape.
Functional movements, compounds, and more diverse methods of training were introduced to a society that had been fairly reliant on elliptical and LifeFitness equipment.