Jess Extension 484 (GMT -8)

Jess Extension 484

I’ve been training a little over 8 years. I started out as a lightweight, weighing only 109 lbs. In the past 8 years, I’ve added quite a bit of size and strength. My contest weight is right around 140 lbs. Offseason I try and stay fairly lean and get up slightly over 150 lbs. Now you can imagine how small my arms must have been when I started, but now, stand back, my biceps easily measure 15 inches flexed and pumped. Or maybe you are a leg man? Well I can hold my own with some of the best in the sport, with my 24 inch quads.

As you can imagine with my size and the years I have training, that I am quite strong. I happen to be very proud of my lifts and more often than not, intimidate and/or embarrass guys in the gym. Not intentionally, I don’t need to do it on purpose, it just happens. Here’s why, sorry guys;

Max Bench: 265 lbs
Deadlift: 400 lbs
Squat: 300 lbs

I also study progressive martial arts and can hold my own on the mat with most of the guys. Tell me, how would you like to grapple with a big, strong sexy girl like me? You really don’t need to answer that, I already know the answer. I have a BA in Psychology and have a very good idea what makes a guy like you tick.

Dare to Find Out More?
Call me 800-222-3539 (FLEX) ext 484

An Audio Introduction From Jess

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One comment to Jess Extension 484 (GMT -8)

  • Clarence  says:

    Hey Jess
    Wow girl your really taking off i loved your last competition photos on FB you were having a great time and had so much confidence smile and pose you brought new light to the table! keep up the great work push in the positive direction and I know you will go far the improvments you have made are Outstanding ! if its your hearts desire you will achieve IFBB Pro in your Future

    arnold-schwarzenegger QUOTES FOR SUCESS

    1. Every dream carries with it certain risks especially the risk of failure. But I am not stopped by risks.

    2. When I was 10 I got this thing that I wanted to be the best at something

    3. Strength does not come from winning. Your struggles develop your strengths. When you go through hardships and decide not to surrender that is strength.

    4. What I am most happy about is that I can zero in on a vision of where I want to be in the future. I already feel like Im there that its just a matter of time.

    5. You have to want to conquer.

    6. You have to see yourself winning before you win. And you have to be hungry.

    7. We all have great inner power. That power is self-faith.

    8. As a kid I always idolized the winning athletes. It is one thing to idolize heroes. It is quite another to visualize yourself in their place.

    9. I just use my muscles as a conversation piece like someone walking a cheetah down 42nd Street.

    10. I knew I was destined for great things. People will say that kind of thinking is totally immodest. I agree. Modesty is not a word that applies to me in any way I hope it never will.

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