[ Q ] How and when did you receive your IFBB PRO Figure Status?
[ A ] By winning the figure "A" class at the 2006 Jr. Nationals - I received my pro status.
[ Q ] Living in Colorado, do you think it is helpful not having to travel and what benefits do you see for yourself being a "Local" competitor as opposed to having to travel to another State or Country to compete?
[ A ] There is no advantage of being from Colorado on the competitive stage, as an athlete still must go through the same routine no matter the location of the competition. If you prepare yourself well the same luxuries of home can be provided on the road.
I do feel competing in the town where you reside is beneficial in other peripheral aspects; family and friends are able to enjoy the competition, you are able to sleep in your own bed, and many other nuances.
[ Q ] What is your short term goal as a professional and what is your long term goal by the time you're done competing?
[ A ] My shortest termed goal is making the top 15 at the Colorado Pro. A three year plan is to be a consistent and formidable competitor in the I.F.B.B., and as my career comes to a close I hope to be able to look back and enjoy the journey I was blessed with.
| Heather Mae French Interview
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[ Q ] What would you be doing if it weren't for Pro Figure Competitions?
[ A ] I am a career woman, who is a regional sales representative for a large transportation company. I have and will be doing this type of work long after the competitive career is over. I also am a proud mother, and that is always my first priority in life beside my Lord and Savior.
[ Q ] Your Fantasy Call Out in a competition would include which 3 IFBB Pro Figure Women?
[ A ] My DREAM would be the first of three called out on the Olympia stage with any other two women in the world.