Fitness Bodibuilding: Heather Dees

I have been doing a great deal of fitness models recently, so here’s a lady with some real size to her, IFBB Figure Competitor Heather Dees. I did a write up on Heather some time back on my other feminine fitness blog, but hey, she’s sufficient for two entries right? While Heather does have some size as I said before, this five feet five, 133-pound fitness beauty also has the sleekness that harkens back to girls like Cory Everson. It’s hard to get just the right blend, but Heather will it. Besides being a body competitor and fitness model, Heather is also a Hair Stylist and Master Esthetician. And Heather is also married to bodybuilder Justin Dees.

To unify and organize, the efforts of most agencies thinking about promoting Pole Sports, and permit all interested parties to truly have a voice in the development of the activity in the whole World. To create and maintain research projects that will benefit all ongoing parties interested in Pole Sports. To provide a clearinghouse for the distribution of coaching aids, literature, films, research materials, and rules collected from sources across the world. To establish an effective method of communication for the transmission of useful ideas whereby coaches and athletes will be informed of the latest developments and techniques in Pole Sports.

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To give quick attention and concern to valid suggestions about how to improve the conduct of administration in Pole Sports throughout the World. To maintain records and disseminate information pertaining to all phases of Pole Sports. To teach and certify competent Pole Sports officials. To improve money and finance improvement in the sport of Pole Sports.

To operate specifically for educational and charitable purposes. To follow and actively support the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) and its own principles and goals. To accomplish our goals, there are one Executive and nine formal committees: Technical, Safety, Medical, Ethics, Accreditation, Marketing, Athlete, Finance, and Event. The World Congress is composed of one consultant from each member country and it is responsible for the entire governance in the world of Pole Sports.

Assigns point values to moves; identifies recognized moves; sets judging event and criteria scoring; specifies garments, performance aids, and accessories; defines competition events; approves musical accompaniment; designates required goes; keeps event scoring and records; and proposes competition guidelines. Oversees the basic safety of equipment; specifies authorized competition equipment; oversees the safety of participants getting together with equipment; inspects the basic safety and/or sets up equipment; and performs equipment, accessory, and garment research and advancement. Oversees meeting the requirements of the World Anti-Doping Control; defines medical qualifications/disqualifications for participation; clears individuals to contend medically; defines event medical services;, and protects participant medical information.

Enforces participant and judge guidelines, regulations, and honest code; establishes of the moral code of carry out; investigates misconduct and violations;, and recommends disciplinary action to the Executive Committee. Ensures participant associates meet eligibility requirements; specifies non-medical eligibility requirements; oversees athlete exchanges; education and development of coaches and judges;, and qualifies and credentials judges. Seeks to promote and enhance Pole Sports throughout the world; promote a positive and progressive image of Pole Sports; interacts with the press and media; creates advertising; and ensures tasteful and consistent use of branding.

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