TeamDixon - Devin & Rolanda Dixon

Background

I would like to take this time to share with you who and where we come from. We, meaning TeamDixon. I'm by no means on this journey alone. TeamDixon is made up of Yours Truly, Devin Dixon, my beautiful wife, Rolanda Dixon, family and friends who support us on our journey to be the best at what we do eat, sleep, and train while being there for others as they reach their personal fitness goals.

I played baseball at Arizona State University. During the college year's bodybuilding became a priority. During my quest for the Mr. Arizona Title, a drunk driver hit me head on, and after several years of doing nothing very productive we decided to give bodybuilding one last shot, while running a personal training studio in Oceanside, CA. One On One Fitness & Training. Since then we have competed in 5 bodybuilding shows, proudly to say, improving with each show. My ultimate goal is to compete in and win the Mr. Olympia Title, as well as becoming the strongest man in the world.

Rolanda played basketball for Univ. of New Orleans and ran track during her college years. After college she got involved in Power Lifting. Later she was certified by ISSA as a personal Trainer and is now finishing here certification as a Specialist in Performance Nutrition. She currently owns her own business Independent Home Care Services (IHCS) specializing in post op plastic surgery care. She also works full time @ One On One Fitness and Training where she prepares Nutrition plans, teaches Core Training classes and trains our members.

Our main goal is to teach people how to eat, while promoting free weights. Improving your physique comes down to a balanced Nutritional plan, working with weights, and doing cardio on a consistent basis, and getting plenty of rest.

Name: Rolanda Dixon
Height: 5' 9''
Contest Weight: 150lbs Bodybuilding, 170lbs Power Lifting
Off Season: 165 Lbs
Measurements: Chest 37in, Arms 14in, Legs 24in, Calves 14.5in
Best Squat: 355lbs
Best Dead Lift: - 350lbs
Name: Devin Dixon
Height: 6'1"
Weight: Competition 225 / Off Season 265
Measurements: Chest 51, Arms 19, Legs 27, and Calves 17.5
Training Location: Oceanside, California
Years competing: 1.5 years
Devin's Competitions

2001 Team USA - 1st Place Novice Division (ABA)
2001 Team USA - 1st Place Overall Novice Division (ABA)
2001 Team USA - 3rd Place Open Division (ABA)

2001 Super Bowl of Bodybuilding and Fitness - 2nd Place Open Division (ABA)
2001 Muscle Mania World Tour - 11th Place Open Division
2002 Mr. San Diego - 1st Place Heavyweight Division (NPC)
2002 Border States Regional XXIV - 1st Place Heavyweight Division (NPC)

Rolanda's Competitions

1993 NASA Novice Nationals Championships

1st Place Women's Bench Press
1st Place Women's Pure Division
1st Place Women's Open Division

1993 NASA Regional Championships

1st Place Women's Bench Press
1st Place Women's Pure Division
1st Place Women's Open Division

1993 NASA State Championships

1st Place Women's Division
1st Place Women's Open Division

1994 ADFPA Arizona Open

1st Place Women's Division
Women's Best Lifter

2001 Super Bowl of Bodybuilding & Fitness - 1st Place Open Division (ABA)
2001 Super Bowl of Bodybuilding & Fitness - 2nd Place Novice Division (ABA)

Articles

  • Training To Get My Pro Card - Week 1!

    I am going to be training for the USA's until July of 2003.

  • Training To Get My Pro Card!

    TeamDixon's training strategy is a two-fold approach. Learn how I train, eat, and feel throughout the 8 months!

  • Always Getting Better - Part 2!

    That is true, but I have never seen a guy who could flat bench press 500lb with a small chest. So with that said this program centers around the flat bench press.

  • TeamDixon's Review On The Mr. Olympia!

    On an average Las Vegas is probably one of the unhealthiest cities, well not on the Mr. Olympia weekend. There were beautiful people everywhere, and yes, its true, healthy people are the happiest people.

  • Always Getting Better!

    This article is going to outline a sample program to help all improve their size, shape, and conditioning. This program is divided up into five weight workouts per week.

  • Training To Get My Pro Card - Week 2!

    I am going to be training for the USA's until July of 2003.