Thursday, February 15, 2007

Fitness Competitor - Debbie Dobbins

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Debbie Dobbins (1964-1994) was a popular fitness competitor and fitness model during the early 1990s.

Debbie was born in Olongapo, Philippines, and was of half Irish and half Filipino descent.
When Debbie was three her family moved to Portland, Oregon, where she grew up in the northwest side.
She competed in a variety of sports in high school and college, including track and field and basketball.
Debbie graduated from college with a degree in Marketing and Advertising.
After college she began taking aerobic classes, and also took up running and weight training.
Later Debbie taught aerobics and cross training for seven years, and gradually made weight training a bigger part of her fitness regimen.

At the age of twenty four she moved to Los Angeles, California to pursue a career in the fitness industry.
There she became an aerobics instructor and played volleyball for Orange Coast College in Costa Mesa.
While establishing herself as a fitness model she worked full time for a leasing company, and did promotional work for Randy Pfund, coach of the Los Angeles Lakers.
Debbie also worked as a cheerleader for the Portland Blazers of the USFL and Los Angeles Raiders of the NFL.

Her fitness magazine cover appearances included Musclemag International, Muscular Development and Iron Man.
She was also featured in Iron Man's special swimsuit issue and modeled for Iron Man gym wear.
In 1993, Debbie placed third in the Ms. Fitness USA competition and tied for second at the Ms. Galaxy.
Her untimely death in late 1994 occurred as a result of smoke inhalation in a house fire.

Debbie's Contest history
1993 Miss Fitness USA - 3rd Place
1993 Miss Galaxy Fitness - 2nd Place

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