Two years ago, when I was trying to "break in" to a writing career. I asked Kris Murrell if she would let me conduct my first interview on her. She gladly took time out of her schedule to sit in Starbucks Coffee Shop with me and answer some elementary questions. I think somewhere, deep down, I always knew she'd turn pro, and thus, she was the perfect person to talk to....both then and now.
A Pro figure competitor since 2006, Heather Mae French seems to have her life pretty much together...Personal Trainer, model, mother, RX forum member, Species Nutrition-sponsored athlete...she is certainly a source of inspiration to both established and up and coming athletes.
I managed to get her on a rare ‘time-out' and decided to find out a little more about what it means to be Heather Mae French.-- what got her into this sport, what keeps her going and what plans she has for the future....
In part one of this story, Sally recalled her life with husband Ray and gave us some insight into the trauma and abuse she was subjected to throughout their marriage. Now in part two Sally reflects on that fateful night when she shot Ray and talks about prison life and her hopes for the future.
So, continuing from where we left off, the final confrontation between Ray and yourself is often trivialized and your actions are said to have been triggered by the cost of a chicken he was cooking for dinner. There must have been more to it than that. Can you tell us exactly what went on during that fateful night.....?
In April 1996, professional bodybuilder Sally McNeil was given a sentence of 19 years-life for the shotgun slaying of her husband (and fellow bodybuilder) Ray McNeil.
It was no secret that Sally and Ray had a volatile relationship and had fought violently on many occasions, mostly triggered by Ray's many affairs with other women. However, on Valentine's Day 1995 the fight between the pair (reportedly about the cost of the chicken Ray was cooking) would be their last.
She’s been competing since when she was only 14 years old. Her first bodybuilding show was held at her high school in RX: We’ve been trying to catch each other since the
She’s been competing since when she was only 14 years old. Her first bodybuilding show was held at her high school in
RX: We’ve been trying to catch each other since the
While listening to RX Muscle's ground breaking radio series ‘Sex and Muscle' one day, I thought it would be a great idea to feature some of the women from the show in a series of articles promising to venture into territory seldom covered in ‘standard interviews'. The result is this brand new series, appropriately titled ‘Restricted Access'.
My first candidate is Amber Deluca and what follows is a very open discussion with Rx Muscle and her alter ego, Amber Steel, the Goddess of Fetish.....
Have you seen this girl before? She's only competed a handful of times but she's quickly making a name for herself. Ecaterina Pasiakos or "Nina" (as she likes to be called) has been a gymnast since she was 5 years old. She's also competed at the collegiate level all four years of her college career at Southern Connecticut State University. In this EXCLUSIVE interview with Rx Muscle, the extremely exotic, sexy, figure competitor from New England reveals all.
Having just received a highly respectable fourth placing at this year's Tampa Pro show I thought I would grab a hold of top competitor Nicole Ball and ask her to contribute her thoughts to our ongoing discussion regarding adjusting from on season to off season appearance for female bodybuilders.
In this year's New York Pro contest, one competitor who many feel was overlooked was Italy's Claudia Partenza. At 44 years of age, Claudia presented a dense, ripped physique that seemed destined to take up residence in at least the top ten in terms of placing; however, this was not to be and for some crazy reason, Claudia placed 15th!
The very next day I shot a video with Claudia and promised her an interview with RX Muscle. So, in keeping with my word, here we go.