Kim Chizevsky Bodybuilder


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Kim Chizevsky born April 23, 1968 in Mattoon, Illinois, and was raised in Decatur. Kim was a multi-sport star in high school competing in anything from running to shot-put, volleyball, basketball, and cheerleading. She then attended Southern Illinois University, where she studied to be a paralegal.

Kim started training with weights after a friend recommended it to her and they started training together. She was born to be a bodybuilder and won her first competition that she entered. But since then she has an enviable record competing as a pro bodybuilder.

There are not many bodybuilders that can say that they have won the Miss Olympia title 4 times in a row. But that did not stop her getting a place as she came back and came in 2nd place in 1995. She then came back a year later and won the 1996 Ms International IFBB show.

Kim is 5ft 8ins tall and has arms that are nearly 17 inches big which is massive for a lady of that height. But that is not all as she comes into a competition weighing around 140 pounds and totally ripped to shreds. She explains that the secret is in eating correctly 6 or 7 times a day.

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Kim trains with a very high intensity which you can see by her huge muscles that she has all in prefect balance to each other which is why she won Ms. O so many times. Kim trains for 90 minutes twice a day using sets and reps as well as weight that would make any man collapse.

The weights that she is able to lift, using perfect form is completely astounding and the routine and the way that she trains are very similar to all the top male bodybuilders. Because she trains with such a high intensity and is always pushing herself beyond her limits she is able to carry so much muscle.

Note: For more info on High Intensity Training see The Colorado Experiment Workout


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