Veronica Mueller | The Fitness Asylum

Veronica Mueller

I have been into fitness my whole life.

Both my parents have always been into fitness. My dad was a bodybuilder and I always looked up to him and his dedication.

I have always dreamt about entering a bikini competition but seriously thought I could never do it.

I have not always been into dieting. I grew up a chunky kid and must say I am still truly traumatized by the bullying I received in elementary school.
When I started middle and high school I started to thin out and got more into fitness. I exercised all the time but ate whatever I wanted.

When I got to college I continued to exercise but again, I ate (and drank) whatever the heck I wanted. I started to see the negative changes in my body and
wanted to find a healthier lifestyle but I really had no idea how.

It has been two years since I graduated from college and I knew it was time to take this leap and join the Bikini and Physique Competition Team at The Fitness Asylum.

I joined the team and had the amazing Bonnie Lefrak as my coach. I learned more about my body and relationship with food than I ever thought I could.

I am so thankful for this journey and it has completely changed the way I eat as well as exercise.
Although I didn’t get to hit the stage this season I will never look back and I will for sure be competing in the future.

Thank you to Bonnie for helping me stay on track and motivating me through the entire prep which happened to include a worldwide pandemic.

Thank you to my mom, my sister, my boyfriend, and my brother-in-law for dealing with my ever-changing emotions and sticking by my side throughout the past 21 weeks.

Thank you to my dad as well, who is unfortunately no longer with us but I know he is looking down smiling and beyond proud of my progress.

Disclaimer: Weight loss results will vary from person to person. No individual result should be seen as typical. This training is not intended to treat, cure or prevent any disease. Seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health care provider before undertaking rigorous physical training.