Friday, March 30, 2007

Fitness instructor and competitor - Carol Semple-Marzetta

Fitness instructor and competitor - Carol Semple-Marzetta
Carol Semple-Marzetta (born February 23, 1966) is a fitness instructor and competitor. In regional and national competitions, she has won 13 medals.

Carol began gymnastics training at the age of 10. Her dream was to compete in Olympics gymnastics events. However, she was found to have Osgood-Schlatter disease, a childhood condition in which the bones grow faster than the muscles they support. This, along with the financial burden associated with training, ended her dream of Olympic competition. The severe injuries she suffered in an auto accident on May 23, 1983 meant she had to give up gymnastics entirely.

She worked as a fitness instructor at a local spa during her 20s. While training there, she became aware of the Ms. National Fitness competition. After winning first or second place in various contests, in 1999 she made a career out of providing advice on training regimens and dietary supplements. As of August 2004, she manages the fitness and athletics division of Life Measure Labs, a company whose mobile units provide state-of-the-art body-composition and bone-density screening tests.

Fitness instructor and competitor - Carol Semple-Marzetta

1991
NFSB Ms. Fitness Colorado - 1st place
NFSB Ms. Fitness USA - 2nd place

1992
NFSB Ms. National Fitness - 1st place

1993
NFSB Ms. Fitness USA - 2nd place
NFSB Ms. National Fitness - 1st place

1994
NFSB Ms. Fitness USA - 1st place
NFSB Ms. Fitness World - 1st place

1995
NFSB Ms. Fitness USA - 1st place
NFSB Ms. Fitness World - 1st place
IFBB Fitness Olympia - 2nd place

1996
IFBB Fitness Olympia - 5th place

1997
IFBB Fitness International - 1st place
IFBB Fitness Olympia - 1st place

Fitness instructor and competitor - Carol Semple-Marzetta


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