As Seen In Beverly International’s No Nonesense Newsletter
Bikini Athelte Profile – Rachel Fazzalaro
Occupation: Project manager – Convergys
Current Residence: Bellevue, Ky
Weight: Off Season – 115; Contest – 110
I started working out just to feel and look better for myself. Once I learned about Bikini I loved the idea of competition and seemed to have a knack for the posing. It became my new motivation in the gym!
I love walking on stage each time to show the progress I’ve made. Those few minutes in the spot light make all of the early mornings in the gym and meals packed each day worth it! even bigger than being on stage though, many people in my life have become more interested in their own health and fitness after learning about what I do each day and watching my progress over time. To me the most rewarding part is knowing I’ve inspired someone else to take control of their health just by setting an example.
UMP Banana Split – Toast one piece of ezekiel bread. Spread 1 tbsp of peanut butter on the ezekiel bread (I like crunchy). Place banana slices on top of the peanut butter. Top it off with one scoop of vanilla UMP mixed with just enough water to make a pudding consistency! yummy!!! I love having this for breakfast!!
I can’t live without my umP!!! Chocolate, Vanilla, Cookies and Cream – It all tastes amazing!!! I eat UMP pudding nearly every day and I never get tired of it. In fact, I always look forward to it!
What would you recommend to someone who has never used Beverly supplements before? I haven’t tried a Beverly product yet that I don’t love! Along with UMP I always use Lean Out and Gh Factor pre contest to speed up fat loss. Glutamine Select is also a must have!
I recently read “The China Study” by T. Colin Campbell. Very eye opening book about diet and health.
I enjoy learning about nutrition, growing my own veggies and herbs and tending to my orchids and other plants. I also love cooking with my husband. We always have so much fun creating new recipes. Most of them are good…others – not so much. It is always fun though.