After placing 6th in her Fitness Class at the 2009 Arnold Amateur Fitness and 4th in the Fitness Short Class at the 2009 NPC Junior Nationals Championships during June in Chicago, Skye Fisher decided her year was just not complete.
She is going to her first national figure competition at the 2009 NPC National Bodybuilding, Figure & Bikini Championships, to be held November 20-21 in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.
Skye Fisher finished sixth in her Fitness Class at the 2009 Arnold Amateur Fitness competition in Columbus, Ohio. After placing 4th in the Fitness Short Class at the 2009 NPC Junior Nationals Championships during June in Chicago, Skye Fisher decided her year was just not complete.
She wanted to try one more competition, with that being her first national figure competition at the 2009 NPC National Bodybuilding, Figure & Bikini Championships, to be held November 20-21 at the Westin Diplomat Resort in Hollywood/Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. “My boyfriend and I wanted to do a show together, so I encouraged him after he placed 4th at Collegiate Nationals, that we should do one more together. It has made my prep a lot more fun.”
Skye recently signed her sponsorship contract with the Muscle Mafia and was the guest trophy presenter at the Tri-State Bodybuilding, Figure, and Bikini championships in Erie, Pennsylvania. Skye will also be a guest for IFFB Pro Tricky Jackson and Jose Raymond on their blog radio show, Pro Muscle Radio, November 15th at 6:30pm. Listen for all her current updates on training and more info on other competitors getting ready for nationals. She is already looking ahead to the new year and has been asked to guest pose at the March 2010 John Simmons Powerhouse Classic show.
Skye in an alluring pose
Michigan Bodybuilding had the privilege earlier this year to report on Skye Fisher’s impressive background in gymnastics, varsity and collegiate sports. An alumna of Central Michigan State University, Skye Fisher is employed with the Gerald R. Ford Job Corps Center in Grand Rapids, Michigan, teaching young people the skills they need to become employable and independent while placing them in meaningful jobs or further education.
Skye is a little over 5 feet 1 inch with a competition weight of 115 pounds. She has recently prepared for her presentation, explaining “I have also had the excellent opportunity to work on my posing with Ms.Olympia 2009, Nicole Wilkins. She was so sweet and really improved my posing for my upcoming show.” The greatest part of Skye’s stature and presentation is her heart. Her odyssey continues.