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The Champ is (FINALLY!!!) here! This is your day she won the NPC USA Figure Class A and Overall title. The day she became an IFBB Pro This is. For six years, she would go on to compete in over 30 pro shows. She would place runner-up in seven shows, and she stepped on the Olympia stage twice (2014 and 2015) due to the Olympia Qualification Series. Yet, despite her ever-improving and jaw-dropping entire body and one of the most graceful stages presences of any shape rival, she experienced yet to do the one thing that can truly call her a high competitor: Win an expert show.

The way things were going, we truthfully thought that Wendy would go down as the main one of the greatest figure competitors in IFBB background to NEVER earn a pro show. Then April 15, 2017 happened. The St. Louis Pro occurred. Bringing what she experienced was her best look yet, in one of the toughest and deepest line-ups of the year (including recent and present Olympia qualifiers in their own rights), Wendy finally reached the very best of the hill. She became the 2017 IFBB St. Louis Pro Figure Champion. Everything she sacrificed throughout her career, her perspiration, her tears, and perhaps even some blood, finally paid off.

She can finally cross “winning an expert show” off her fitness profession checklist. The Olympia Qualification Series is a deceased issue for her now. She actually is officially Olympia-bound because she WON a show. No certification points this right time! I dare one to watch this video rather than tear up a bit.

I can’t even begin to understand what is going though her head here. I am speechless absolutely. There is no way I could FEEL this the way that I do if I did not have to fight so hard for it. I wish to many thanks ALL from the bottom of my center! That’s how an sportsman that has given everything she has into her craft feels when her hard work is compensated. I teared up on her behalf, and I RARELY do that with any sportsman.

I’ve followed her trip before FitGems Nation was a good thing. I became an instant lover when I noticed her on the Kriv Studios website when she was a monitor athlete and had an amazing entire body before she even THOUGHT about competing in physique shows. While it’s awesome to see someone win their first show, it’s something about fighting for show after show for a long time to get that first gain that makes it much better.

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If I possibly could personally think of one quote that fits her journey to her first pro win, it would be the one which Rocky informed his boy in Rocky Balboa. Without a doubt something you know. The world ain’t all sunshine and rainbows. It is a very mean and nasty place and it’ll beat one to your knees and keep you there permanently if you allow it.

You, me, or nobody is gonna strike as hard as life. But it ain’t how hard you strike; it’s about how exactly hard you can get strike, and keep moving forward. How much you can take, and excersice forwards. That’s how earning is performed. Now, if you know what you’re worth, go out and get what you’re worthy of then. But you gotta be willing to take the hit, and not pointing fingers saying you ain’t what your location is because of him, or her, or anybody.