Marianna Komlos Bodybuilder WWE Diva

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Marianna Komlos was a bodybuilder, WWE diva and fitness model. She was born September 3, 1969 and sadly died on September 26, 2004 from cancer.

Height 5 foot 4 inches
Weight 135 pounds

Here is an article she wrote about training.

When it comes to training, there are a lot of variables involved. Not only do you need strict form and discipline while doing an exercise, but you need that mental motivation to get there, and wants to stay there. Even the most disciplined athlete will feel challenged to train once in a while. That's when even they need to do some self motivation. Some people hang pictures up of their favorite athlete, or athletes, on the wall. Some play their favorite music on their headset. I've tried all of the above and then some. Here's some things you may not have tried.

Instead of hanging up pictures of someone else, try hanging pictures up of yourself. Yeah, yeah, it sounds conceded, but if you were to take a picture of yourself once a month and hang it up where you're sure to see it, you can witness the progress you make. The more positive changes you see, the more you want to do! Above your pictures, you can write a little banner that reads, "IF YOU DON'T GET WHAT YOU WANT, YOU DON'T WANT IT BAD ENOUGH!!!!!" This is what I did, and I began to become more hungry for my own personal success. This rule applies to everything you do. Whatever it takes for you to achieve your own personal best, whether it's work or play, the only thing that can stop you is you! Just how bad do you want that job, or that killer physique you know you can achieve with a little hard work.

Once you make your personal workout a regular habit, it becomes easier to be who and where you want to be. After all, it just brings you closer to your winning victory!!

Now that you've gotten motivated and have made it to the gym, and you've got that mind set, it's time to train your butt off, literally!!!

Whether it's day 1, or 2, you still have to train just as hard. Each set of reps counts, there's no time to wimp out now. Make each one count. Just remember, for every 50% you put in, you get 50% back. But every 110% you put in, you get 110% back.

Make sure that only the muscle your supposed to be working is doing all the work. Lifting the weight doesn't mean your getting the full benefit. Stick to exercises you're comfortable with and use slow isolated contractions, squeezing the muscle you are trying to work. For the beginner to moderate lifter, using 65% to 85% of your total maximum lifting capacity is more than adequate. If you hare in the first few months of training, it may be a good idea to stay below 70% of your maximum to avoid possible injury. And let me tell you, once you've sustained an injury, it's hard to stay focused on anything, let alone training.

If ever you feel like you've tried everything and still can't stay motivated, and you've taken some time off, just remember, that's time wasted towards your own personal success!!!

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