2010 Military Contest Winner Pam Wilson!

Pamela was sick and tired of failing her physical fitness tests and decided that it was time to do something about it. Not only did she up her game but she made it onto the Bikini stage. Check out her story!

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2010 Military Contest Winner Pam Wilson

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Pamela Wilson

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What Is Your Goal?
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10 years ago I couldn't pass my physical fitness test in college because I had never ran in my life. It took me 2 years of practice to be able to run 2 miles and do pushups. I almost failed out of boot camp because of this and I told myself I would never be the last one around the track again because I wanted to be part of the military more than anything. Now I score a perfect score on the physical fitness test but it was a long road to get here. In October of 2009 I started training for a marathon but I injured my foot in the process. I was really upset about it because I thought running was the key to weight loss. My best friend, another Air Force officer, convinced me to try lifting weights. This became a new passion. My goal is to compete at NPC Bikini Nationals within the next year. I started training in February this year with the help of my friend and a NPC Figure Competitor. I shed 16lbs and 4% body fat preparing for a local figure show in June of this year. I had never lifted weights before in my life because I was worried about becoming too bulky and big. I didn't get too big and I placed 4th in my class. My trainer changed my life and I discovered a passion for clean eating and weight training. Now I am hooked and I am training to do a bikini show in the states this fall. I want women to realize that lifting weights and eating clean can give you the body you have always dreamed of, not hours of cardio and low calorie dieting. I also want women to realize that you can be beautiful and in the military too.

Now I Am Hooked And I Am Training To Do A Bikini Show In The States This Fall
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Now I Am Hooked And I Am Training To Do A
Bikini Show In The States This Fall.

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How Did You Accomplish Your Goal?
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I have had a lot of people ask me if I was an athlete or a cheerleader, but the truth is I have never played a sport in my life. I grew up on the free lunch program in Alabama and my parents didn't have the money or time for after school programs. In college, I was able to obtain an Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corp scholarship. I was excited to see the world, but I had to pass the physical fitness test. My first test I could only do 8 situps, 0 pushups, and I couldn't do a 2 mile run in under 30 minutes. It took me a 1.5 years of work to condition myself to pass the test. Once I passed I never looked back and kept training. Last year I hit my 6 year mark in the military, and attended squadron officers school. We had a timed 3 mile Warrior Run and I was determined to be the fastest female in my class. Today I have a plaque on the wall in the schoolhouse for meeting that goal. This year I was injured while marathon training, so I shifted my direction. I was introduced to a national level figure competitor and decided to try weight training for the first time ever. I competed in a local competition here on Okinawa, Japan in June and received 4th place. Since I didn't have the muscular physique, I decided to try competing in a bikini competition in September. I received 2nd place in the Ohio State/Great Lakes Grand Prix. My next goal is to compete at a national level in bikini. This is shocking to some because most people who wear combat boots daily can't walk in 5 inch stilettos. Also 10 years ago, I was embarrassed to wear a bikini to the beach, much less on stage. I discovered this year, that I can do anything if I set a goal to do it. I hope that I can inspire airmen on the battlefront or in the gym. I think this would make me the perfect spokesperson for BB.com. It doesn't matter where you have been, it matters where you want to go and how hard you are willing to work for it.

I Discovered This Year, That I Can Do Anything If I Set A Goal To Do It
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I Discovered This Year, That I Can Do Anything If I Set A Goal To Do It.

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Supplements
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Note: Supplement dosages and schedule listed below in Diet section.

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Diet
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Meal 1:

Meal 2:

Meal 3:

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Meal 5:

Meal 6:

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Training
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TERMS YOU'LL NEED TO KNOW
Superset - Two exercises are performed consecutively without any rest.

4 day a week training split

Day 1: Legs/Abs

Superset:

  • Single Leg, Leg Press: 4 sets of 10 reps, each leg
  • Step Ups: 4 sets of 8 reps, each leg

Superset:

Superset:

  • Lying Leg Lifts: 3 sets of 20 reps
  • Exercise Ball Pull In: 3 sets of 20 reps

Day 2: Back/Biceps

Superset:

Superset:

  • Machine Seated Rows: 3 sets of 10,8,8 reps
  • Standing Barbell Curls: 2 wide grip, 2 narrow, 4 sets of 10,10,8,8 reps
  • Cable Bicep Curls: 4 sets of 12,10,10,8 reps

Day 3: Shoulders/Abs

Superset:

Superset:

  • Decline Sit Ups: 3 sets of 20 reps
  • Side Bridge: 3 sets of 20 reps

Day 4: Chest/Triceps/Glutes

Superset:

Superset:

  • Dumbbell Overhead Extensions: 3 sets of 12 reps
  • Reverse Grip Pushdown: 4 sets of 10 reps, each arm

Days 5-7: Rest

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