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Female Transformation Of The Week - Fekisha Miller.

Fekisha has always wanted to compete but never made time to do it. Well she finally realized the right time will never come unless she makes time. See this great transformation and how she lost 14 pounds!

Before Before
142 lbs
After After
128 lbs

Vital Stats

Name: Fekisha Miller
Age: 24

Weight: 142 lbs (Jan 2007)
Weight: 128 lbs (May 2007)

Why I Got Started

I always wanted to compete in a bodybuilding competition since I was in high school. I was always busy in college and in graduate school to discipline myself enough to do it. I kept waiting for the right time. I realized that the right time will never come unless I make time to do it. I realized that life was too short not to go after your dreams.

How I Did It

I am currently in graduate school for physical therapy and this takes up 80% of my time. The rest of my time is devoted to staying healthy. In the past I made food choices based on time. I usually went for what was easy because I did not have time to prepare meals throughout college. I did it by cutting out all junk foods and getting serious about my health.

I was diagnosed with Crohn's disease in January 2007. Leading a healthy lifestyle is a great way to help deal with the disease.

What Is Crohn's Disease?
Crohn's disease is a chronic inflammatory disease of the intestines. It primarily causes ulcerations (breaks in the lining) of the small and large intestines, but can affect the digestive system anywhere from the mouth to the anus.

Eliminating most processed foods made me feel so much better. I made time ad I prepared all of my meals at home. On Sunday's I would cook for the week and freeze it. This made everything easier and helped me to avoid the temptation of eating fast food.




    • 1 cup egg whites
    • 1 cup oatmeal cooked
    10:00: 12:00:
    • 1 chicken breast
    • 1 cup brown rice
    3:00: Preworkout:
    • 1 rice cake with 2 tablespoons of peanut butter
    • 1 serving of cream of wheat
    • 1/2 cup egg whites
    • 4oz fish
    • 1 cup vegetables

Training Week







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Fekisha Miller.

Advice To Others

Do bodybuilding for yourself - You are your own competition ... continue to strive to better yourself. I have plenty of guys tell me that they don't like muscles or they like their women thick. Well I don't like my arteries thick and I won't sacrifice my health to look thick in a pair of jeans.

Write down everything and have a plan - Every plan will not work and you must do what works for you. Trial and error is how you find your way in this sport. I find out new things everyday about how my body responds to certain things. One cheat meal a week is a good thing because it helps to keep you from cheating during the week.

Do not deprive yourself from food - If you are hungry then you need to eat something healthy. This is not a starvation sport. Remember that God is first in everything that you do. It is so easy to get wrapped up in yourself and forget about what's most important in life.

Balance is key - I see so many people neglect the ones they love for bodybuilding. Remember that these people were there for you when you weighed a ton!

Staying fit involves proper diet, nutrition and rest.

Avoid overtraining because you might start something that you can't finish. I see too many people join health clubs and go all out for two weeks then you never see them again. Bodybuilding takes time and patience. So work hard and everything will fall into place.

After After
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Fekisha Miller.

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