Friday, December 24, 2021

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An Area Orion female muscle morph with the fabulous Nataliya Amazonka

Wednesday, December 15, 2021

Our friend & bodybuilder Rhonda Lee Quaresma Passes Away At 52

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My heart is saddened to hear the passing of Rhonda Lee. I got to know her a bit and she was as wonderful inside as she was strong outside.

FitnessVolt: Canadian IFBB Pro Women’s Physique bodybuilder Rhonda Lee Quaresma passed away on November 26, 2021, after a three-year battle with Colon cancer. She was 52 years old. Rhonda started her professional bodybuilding career all the way back in 1989 and retired in 2016 due to health issues.

Rhonda Lee Quaresma’s close friends announced the news of her passing through her personal Instagram account and the caption to the post gave heartwarming insights into Rhonda Lee Quaresma’s personality.

Rhonda Lee Quaresma’s journeyy through life

Rhonda Lee Quaresma was born in Kingston, Ontario, Canada to a native Canadian father and English mother. Post-puberty weight gain and encouragement from her father led her to focus on fitness in her early years which later became her career.

Quaresma made her bodybuilding debut with a first-place finish at the 1989 Kingston Open in the lightweight division. In 1995, she won the Miss Canada title in the Canadian Nationals at Level 4. The win also secured her the pro card and marked the beginning of her professional bodybuilding career.

Rhonda Lee Quaresma made her IFBB debut at the 1998 Jan Tana Classic and finished 13th among the 28 competing women. The 2016 IFBB Pro Ferrigno Legacy marked her last competitive appearance. Following this, Rhonda announced her retirement from the sport and started pursuing a career as a personal trainer.

Rhonda Le Quaresma’s bodybuilding competition historyy
1989 Kingston Open Level-1, 1st Place LW 101 lbs (amateur open).
1990 Ottawa Open Level-1, 1st Place LW 103 lbs (amateur open).
1992 Ontario Eastern Regional Level-2, 1st Place LW 105 lbs (amateur regional).
1993 All Ontario Level-3, 1st Place LW 110.5 lbs (amateur provincials).
1995 Canadian Nationals Level-4, 1st Place MW 121 lbs (amateur nationals)
1998 Jan Tana Classic, 13th Place 128 lbs (professional International)
2003 Night of Champions, 14th place (Pro International)
2012 Toronto Pro Show (pro physique) 13th place
Titans Grand Prix (Pro Physique) 16th place
2016 Ferrigno Legacy, 16th place (Pro physique)

Sunday, January 24, 2021

Female bodybuilder Laura Bass passes away

Laura Bass female bodybuilder

EOB: The bodybuilding world is in mourning again with the news of former female pro bodybuilder Laura Bass passing away at the age of 49.

The news about the death of Laura was confirmed by fellow pro female bodybuilder Tonya Knight.

Laura Bass female bodybuilderTonya confirmed that Laura has been suffering with depression for a number of years.

A number of professional athletes, including bodybuilders suffer heavily from depression, especially during these difficult months during the Covid-19 lock downs.

Popular bodybuilder Luke Sandoe was reported to have also suffered from depression before he was mysteriously found dead in May 2020.

Laura turned pro in 1992 after she won the NPC Nationals Heavyweight division.

She went on to compete only on two occasions at the Miss International between 1994 and 1995. She placed ninth in 1994 and tenth in 1995.

Tonya Knight explained the cause of Laura’s death on her official social media page.

“Today is a very sad day for bodybuilders and fans all over the World. Laura Bass has been struggling with Depression for a very long time and unfortunately took her own life yesterday. Laura was one of the most kind and compassionate people I know. She nursed injured animals back to health. She was one of the most beautiful and talented IFBB PRO Bodybuilders. I’m so proud to have been a friend of Laura’s❣️
Please Pray for her loved ones and most importantly her Son❣️
R.I.P. Sweet Laura. Sending hugs and prayers to David & Maria Schupp” – Tonya Knight


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It’s alive and still f’ing growing! 

It’s great to be back in the expansion labs with the fabulous Amanda Snooks. An Area Orion female muscle morph. Based on an original image by ELG photo

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