The most difficult part of the aftermath of the bodybuilding shows for Laura was wanting to hold onto her ripped physique.
Laura described the arduous process of trying to keep her lean weight.
If you haven't seen it already and think you're the only one struggling after a show have a read. #postcomp #honesty #sharingiscaring #fitness #truth #competitionprep #notalone A photo posted by Laura Leeson (madge) (@lauraleeson_wbffpro) on In the viral social media posts, Laura described winning her pro card two years ago — along with the fact that she did not regret competing in bodybuilding competitions.
Eventually, Leeson was able to find her love of training again via boxing and other fitness routines.
Despite finding a better attitude toward exercise, Laura admits she still has major body dysmorphia issues and a bad relationship with food.
I'm currently suffering from moderate nerve damage, major swelling and torn muscle tissue so physical therapy will be needed very soon.
– With that being said, I'm sad to say I will not be competing in my ultimate dream at 21 years old…the 2016 Olympia for I will not be able to train nor perform at my best due to my injury. But I am trying to cope with this in the most professional and calming way as possible. Grant (@_fitnessbeauty) on Grant wrote that she was stabbed deeply into her forearm, causing Shanique to lose nearly one liter of blood.
Love sports, travelling, being with friends and family.
Looking for an honest, reliable and fun to be with man.
Why is it that some of us stay positive right to the very end, while others become grumpy, cynical and just plain mean?
These are a few of the thoughts that went through my mind as I watched this emotional and uplifting video of Ernestine Shepherd, the world’s oldest female bodybuilder.
She continued to say that the melee dashed her dreams to compete in the 2016 Olympia, which is the largest bodybuilding show, held in Las Vegas.