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Friday, July 04, 2008

Debbie Bramwell Shows Biceps In Black!

IMG_5524, originally uploaded by Iron Ladies.

This is IFBB Pro Female Bodybuilder Debbie Bramwell, who has great peaked biceps and a terrific neck and tapered build. In the video, Debbie says she loves being a strong woman.

Here's all about her from her website http://www.debbie-bramwell.com:

Stats....photoshoot condition
weight - 144
height - 5'2 1/2 "
thigh - 22.5
bicep - 14.5 "
calf - 15 1/4
hips - 36 1/4
abs - 27
chest - 38.5
forearms - 11.5
shoulders - 44.5 (flexed-48)

DOB: June 9th , 1966
Height: 5'3"
Weight: contest 140 offseason 155-160
Hair: black
Eyes: dark brown
Residence: San Diego, California
Birthplace: New Jersey
Hobbies: weighttrain (compete),go to beach, volleyball,read, personal/spiritual growth work, movies, hike, yoga, dance, meet new people travel, hairstlyist, physiquemodel, music, study success people and the mind, but mostly spend time with family and friends

Lifelong goals compete as a pro, live a healthy, harmonious lifestyle and study success to enable me to inpsire and encourage others to achieve their dreams through personal/spiritual/physical growth. To meet and marry my bestfriend .....continue to live each day with purpose and gratitude... and give back to society.

I was the youngest of 4 children that played sports growing up. My dad took every opportunity to coach and practice with us as he encouraged us to have fun and be our best. I was shy and seemed to blossom when it came to athletics. As a young girl I tried every sport but as a teenager I enjoyed softball, track and volleyball.

It wasnt until I was in my early 20s that I became interested in my body image... I would say I wasnaturally pear shaped, with most of my weight in my legs so I always wanted to lose the 5-10 pounds to look good. After going on every diet and doing lots of cardio I realized I needed to tone with weights to get results. I'll never forget my first workout magazine was shape....I was so into reading the success stories for inspiration and learning the dos and donts of proper diet and training. Initially I joined a all girl gym (I was still shy)but eventually joined a "real" gym (in Phoneix arizona) and this wasnt until I was 26 years old. When I first joined this female trainer took me under her wing and show me a workout program. After a couple of months I met a man I dated for 4 years who was a noncompetitive Bodybuilder. I was lucky to learn alot more from him and his bodybuilding magaiznes that were laying around. I rememeber being in awe of Laura Creavalle more then anyone and then Sue Price and later Lenda Murray. He eventually took me to some local shows where i thought everyone was a winner on that stage. ALthough a this time I was not interested in competing I still got more motivated to go to gym and train hard afterwards.

Betty Viana - Female Muscle FBB Video on Vimeo

Betty Viana preview on Vimeo, originally uploaded by Iron Ladies.

Betty Viana preview from IronLadies Video on Vimeo.

This is Betty Viana FBB Video on Vimeo, but you can also catch her on AMG . Here's some info about her:

Where and when were you born?
Caracas , Venezuela 09 October 1971.

What is your profession?
MD Business Administration and Analist in Computer.

What kind of activities/sports did you do before you started lifting weights?
Olympics Gimnastic, Profesional Contemporany Dancer.

How and when did you get involved into lifting weights?
About 15 years ago, with my highschool best friend, trying to get the best shape like a model, but never be bodybuilders, I hate this anormal body like a man......???? You know.....So I loved do Jazz Dancing, artistic activities, and fitnness. That Was in 1988.

Was it a goal for you to compete in bodybuilding competitions right from the beginning or was it something that grew in your mind as time went on and you saw the progress in your body?
OK, when I was starting the BB life I never imagined that in the future I will be a PRO, Never in my mind, listen never...So In a while the time run, my body began to transform bigger, and more muscular, and I Knew to my husband now, he was trainner in the gym and he helped to me to compete in regional contests in Venezuela as an amateur. We started to work to get the Pro Card in 1997, and surprises.....We got it....In Central American Championship, after winning a couples competition in Iberoamerican and Venezuela in BB. The goal in BB realy is to show my potential as an athlete. I would like to be Miss Olympia someday .....isn't that what every BB girl wants, you now...so, I know that is very hard to get but not impossible...I have the potential just I need more time and maturity and experience......I have to wait a little bit more.......I can.

What was your first competition and how did you place?
My first competition was in 1991, a Regional Amateur Competition in Venezuela. I weighed 150 Pounds, and I won....I just had a trainer in the gym for 10 month!!!

And which contest has been the biggest success for you yet?
Of course the first time that I won my first Pro Show in Texas and Qualified for the Miss Olympia. That was awsome for me unbelievable.

Could you please add a history of all contests that you have entered so far?
Amateur Competitions
1991 Miss Venezuela 1st Place.
1992 Miss Venezuela 2nd Place.
1994 Miss Venezuela 1st Place.
1994 Iberoamerican ChampionShip 3rd Place.
1994 South American Championship 1st Place.
1995 Miss Venezuela 1st Place.
1996 Miss Venezuela 1st Place.
1997 Miss Venezuela 1st Place.
1997 Cental American Championship 1st place and Overall (PRO CARD)

2002 South West Pro Cup ,Texas 1st Place HW. Overall.
2002 Miss Olympia, Las Vegas 7th Place HW.
2003 NOC NYC 1st place. HW
2003 Miss Olympia ,Las Vegas 4th place HW.
2004 Miss International, Columbus 6th place HW.
2004 South Pro Cup, Texas 2nd Place HW.
2004 Miss Olympia, Las Vegas 5th Place HW.
2005 Miss International, Columbus 2nd Place HW.
2007 Atlantic City Pro, Atlantic City 2nd Place HW
2008 Miss International, Columbus, 7th Place

Please describe a typical day in the life of Betty Viana.
I wake up 4:00 am to get list all food for my husband and clients, then I prepare to go to the gym to do Cardio for 45 min, abdominals, waist, and calves, maybe if I have an appointment with my clients, work for couple hours, and come to my house to rest. Eat about 6 or 7 times in day, and trainning twice a day, work in the gym with my husband 5:00 pm to 9:00 pm and come back to my house to prepare all meals to the next day...share with Armando (husband) all comments in the day and Sleep.

Please tell me something about your daily training routine.
Monday: chest-shoulders, Tuesday: back-trapecius Wednesday: Thighs, Thursday: biceps and triceps.

How often do you train in a week?
I train 5 days a week in off seasson but when I prepare for a competition I train 3 days in row and 1 off and 3 days again and 1 off.

What are the main differences when you train for a competition and in off-season?
The first diference is the intensity and the stress, in off seasson you can skip the day if we are busy we can rest and do it in free time, but during contest prep is holy training, no matter if it rains, a hurricane or whatever. Whatever happens you know it is the most important...all the time the weights are heavy and low repetition about 12 or 15, in pre-contest the same eigth and more repetitions 15-20-25 or more.

If you don't mind would you give me some stats (best lifts and some body measurements)?
Best Lifts:
Squats:360 pound
Shoulders: 140 Pounds (Military Press)
Chest: 220 Pounds
Biceps curls: 120 Pounds
Leg Press: 550 Pounds.

Biceps 16"
Quads: 25"
Calves: 15"

Which bodypart is your best in your opinion?
The best body parts in my opinion are my thighs, abdominals, and shoulders but front thighs are the best for me.

What is your favorite exercise in the gym and which one you don't like so much?
I like to do legs, legs extension, squats in machine or free weights, shoulders military press, and flys with dumbells. I hate Hamstrins,is my weak point.

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