Gallery

My Most Recent Photos

Jon Abeyta Photography II

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Jon Abeyta Photography I

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2016 Master’s National in Pittsburgh

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Competition Glamour Shots

Photograph: Jon Abeyta

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2015 Ferrigno Legacy – 1st place WPD Women’s Physique Division

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2 Weeks out from the Ferrigno Legacy

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Contest Prep 2015 – Five Weeks Out

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Pretty in Pink

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Animal Instinct

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Glamour Shots Part II

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Herbiceps Shooting

Photographer: Mike Eckstut

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Modeling for DennisDennis Wear

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Olympia Flexing

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Little Black Dress

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2015 – What happened in Vegas

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Glamour Shots

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Summer Impressions 2012

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2012 X-Mass Muscle

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Purple Pix 2011

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April 2011 Maui

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May 2010 Married Muscle Part I – All White

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Cruise to Mexican Riviera, January 2010

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Muscles on the Rocks

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San Francisco 2008

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“Olympia” October 2008

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Black Latex

Photographer: Reg Bradford

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Reg Bradford Shooting 2006 Preview

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Womens Physique World Photoshoot

Photographer: John Nafpliotis

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Junior Nationals 2006

Photographer Juan Carlos Lopez from Hardfitness Magazine

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FTVideo Photoshoot

Photographer James Cook

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Womens Physique World Photoshoot

Photographer Steve Wennerstrom

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MY STORY


Before I got addicted to the iron I was into competitive horseback riding. I started lifting weights about 15 years ago. The trigger was a visit to a local gym in the town I worked as an optician back in Germany. I had to kill two hours of lunch break every day and boy did I kill those two hours !

The second I touched the weights I was hooked, it somehow felt like the right thing to do, something I had always wanted. Soon I started to train with the gym owner, I liked that she was serious about training and the fact that she was a competitive bodybuilder encouraged me even more. I wanted to be on stage one day myself, insane thought at that time, sure but what the hell, it was a goal!