It was another BIG day for the Enterprise Fitness team at the ICN All Female Classic 2017.
Enterprise Fitness had a total of 5 incredible members grace the stage who ALL walked away with a placing including many first places!
Representing Team Enterprise…
Ashlee Behley (Coached by Liam)
Tenille Leahy (Coached by Liam)
Kerryn Gamble (Coached by Chris)
Shirley Worsford (Coached by Chris)
Kiko Berry (Coached by Carla)
The results are in and we would like to give a special mention to….
- 1st place – Figure 40+
- 1st place – Figure Novice
- 1st place – Figure Intermediate
- 2nd place – Figure Open Class 2
- 2nd place – Figure 40+
- 3rd place – Figure International
- 3rd place – Figure Open Class 2
- 1st place – Figure First Timers
- 2nd place – Figure Novice
- 2nd place – Figure First timers
- 4th place – Figure Novice
- 5th place – Sports Model First Timers
Well done to all of these competitors and their coaches on a very successful prep. From the peak week plans to the pump up just before stepping on stage, our competitors will tell you that every part of their success was planned out in advance and nothing was left up to chance.
We use specific and proven protocols through every stage of comp prep to ensure that our members hard work pays off and shows when they shine stage.
Yes, competing takes a lot of dedication and hard work!
So wouldn’t you rather ensure that you leave no stone unturned and are being taken care of by the most capable hands possible?
Competing as part of Team Enterprise means that you are choosing to work with the best of the best, a world class coach that will help you follow a proven plan that is specifically designed to get you to where you want to be.
Season B comps are just around the corner…
The best time to begin your prep was yesterday.
The second best time to start your prep is now!
So what are you still waiting for?
If you’re serious about competing or have some other fitness goals you want to smash, contact us today, email [email protected]
In the meantime, download our video series, The 3 Biggest Mistakes Female Competitors Make.