What would you do?
It is tempting to get a little ‘help’ when you are working out. Especially if you want to aim for those lovely well defined muscles that attract envious stares and admiration.
It is even more tempting when you have worked hard to get the looks you want, and to be offered a large sum of money to do some fitness modelling to throw all morals and considerations aside.
Not cheerleader Anna Watson from Georgia.
According to an interview in her school newspaper Red and Black, “When she was at her strongest, she was bench pressing 155 pounds, squatting 255, doing bicep curls with 35-pound weights and dead lifting 230.”
“She drank only a sip of alcohol before her 21st birthday, and that came at communion.
She’s an active member of Athens Church and plans to go on a mission trip to the Dominican Republic during spring break.
She’s moved out of the Bible Belt to Hawaii only to come home again.”
The fitness modelling agent from the Paris Elite Model Management wanted Anna to promote Anavar, a legal “mild” steroids that according to Anavar. com “It [Anavar] is the favorite of many people who want to have good looking muscles on their bodies. This is an anabolic steroid and is not toxic compared to other anabolic steroids……Moreover, as virilization is always a concern with female anabolic steroid users the concern is far less when Anavar is used. While it is still a possibility most women will find that even with extended use no virilization occurs often making it one of the best steroids for female use.”
The price? $75,000 for starters.
After much consideration especially about the long terms effects this could have on her body, she turned it down.
“I don’t serve a modeling agent. I serve the Lord,” Watson said. “I’m not going to compromise my morals and my beliefs just to take pictures. I believe that my body is a temple and a beautiful creation, so I don’t want to put anything into it that can harm it.”
“I know that my identity is not in working out,” Watson said. “It’s not who I am. It’s not what I want people to see me as. Yes, on the outside, I’m a very fit individual, but when you get to know me, my life is not all about exercise and working out. I think it’s really important to stay grounded and know who you are and knowing that shaping your bicep is not going to shape your personality. It’s not going to shape your goals in life.”
Facts On Georgia’s 5’10″ Anna Watson:
• Has over 30 pairs of jeans, only two fit.
• Competed as a gymnast for 10 years.
• Became a cheerleader her sophomore year of high school.
• Doesn’t wear headphones in the gym; she likes to socialize in the weight room.
• Credits her Christian faith with helping her find balance in life.