Saturday, February 17, 2007

Female Bodybuilder - Kim Chizevsky

Kim Chizevsky is a professional female bodybuilder, fitness, and figure competitor from the United States.

Kim was born on April 23rd, 1968, in Mattoon, Illinois, and was she was raised in Decatur.
Kim was a multi-sport star in high school, participating in volleyball, basketball, and cheerleading, she ran the 100, 400, 800 relay, and mile relay, threw the shot and discus, and did the long jump.
She then attended Southern Illinois University, and there she studied to be a paralegal.
While in college, she joined the dance squad and participated in aerobics.
After a couple years of dance and aerobics, a friend convinced her to give bodybuilding a try.
Despite the fact that she had no training, diet, or preparation, she finished second in her first show, the 1989 NPC Tri-State, competing at 121 pounds.

In 1992, she won her Pro Card by winning the 1992 IFBB North American Championship, competing at 147 pounds.
She had moderate success in her first few years of pro competition, including winning the 1993 Ms. International, but the Ms. Olympia title eluded her.
Kim finally unseated six-time defending champion Lenda Murray in 1996, and started a four year reign of her own.
Over the years she continued to gradually add size to her 5'8" frame; at the 1997 Ms. Olympia, she competed at 157 pounds.
Kim decided to retire from bodybuilding after winning the 1999 Ms. Olympia; she began competing in fitness and figure competitions in 2001.

In 2000, Kim appeared in the 2000 psychological thriller, The Cell, which starred Jennifer Lopez as one of Carl Stargher's victims.

Kim is married to Chad Nicholls, a well-know bodybuilding nutritionist and training consultant. They live in Springfield, Missouri.

Fitness Competition History:
1992 North American Championships - IFBB, HeavyWeight, 1st
1992 North American Championships - IFBB, Overall Winner
1993 Olympia - IFBB, 5th
1993 Ms International - IFBB, Winner
1994 Ms International - IFBB, 5th
1995 Olympia - IFBB, 2nd
1995 Ms International - IFBB, 2nd
1996 Olympia - IFBB, Winner
1996 Ms International - IFBB, Winner
1997 Olympia - IFBB, Winner
1998 Olympia - IFBB, Winner
1999 Olympia - IFBB, Winner
2001 Fitness International - 6th
2002 Southwest Pro Fitness - 4th

Female Bodybuilder - Kim Chizevsky, posted to on 2-17-2007

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