2010 Mr. New Orleans


I wanted to make sure I gave you kudos for what you’ve helped me achieve this year, and, in such a short period of time. Since I’ve been back from Iraq, I’ve been spinning my wheels trying to get focused and on track to compete at a higher level. Up until I started working with you, what I was doing nutritionally was just not optimal for my body. It was amazing when I stepped on stage this year after only working with you for two months! I, along with everyone else, knew I was the best conditioned athlete at the show and I was definitely the best conditioned I had ever been. My goal this year was to win the Mr. New Orleans title and to make an impact in the Louisiana bodybuilding scene – we accomplished that with ease.

Before we began working together, I was seriously questioning my abilities as to whether or not I had what it took to be a competitive bodybuilder. Being 6’3” tall makes bodybuilding hard enough and when you’re not optimizing your nutrition, the setbacks can be endless, not to mention when you have an exponential amount of stress in your life, which I’ve had for quite some time. After the first week of dieting with you I was seeing results so I knew we had something good going on.

As I’m writing this now, I’m thinking about how big of an impact I’m going to make next year when I step on stage as a Super Heavyweight. After this past competition, I know I have what it takes to be competitive at the next level and I plan to continue working with you to make that happen. Your knowledge and expertise is top notch and I couldn’t have gotten to where I am now if it wasn’t for you.

You lead by example and provide a solid support structure for all your athletes which makes the experience of working with you even more enjoyable. I’ve learned a lot of little tricks over the past couple of months with regard to diet too – that in itself has been priceless because people who are dieting know it can become very bland and monotonous. Anyone who is looking to take their physique to the next level, I would definitely recommend they seek your guidance to get the results they want!

As I say often, ‘You da’ man!’”

Aaron Williamson
-2010 Mr New Orleans
-2010 Greater Gulf States, Heavyweight Runner-up
-2009 All Forces, Heavyweight Runner-up

New IFBB Pro Women's Bodybuilder

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Going into 2011 I was at a crossroad of how to handle my contest preparation. In 2009 and 2010 I had worked with one of the very well known gurus for my prep. Did I get in good shape? Yes I did, but something was missing. Lack of contact during my preparation and post-contest in 2010 lead me to want to make a change.

My husband had worked with Jason for a couple shows and I was always amazed... at how detailed and hands on Jason was with him. I went with my husband on some of his visits to check in with Jason, so I knew how he worked. Along the way besides my husband, I had seen other competitors Jason had worked with and NO ONE! ever came into a show not in top condition. No matter their age, level of experience they were always conditioned.

So after a lot of thought and consideration I made the move. I contacted Jason to help me prepare for the 2011 NPC Masters Nationals, it was a move I will never regret. The nutrition plans he laid out were detailed and there was no second guessing what your caloric intake was. He made subtle adjustments along the way and they were always on the mark. He would make adjustments to my cardio as needed, never anything extreme. I think the one thing with Jason is his response time. it is so quick almost scary, I was not use to that. Another thing that falls into his response time, is his requirement to report to him my weight daily. Yes you heard right, not weekly, but everyday and he always responded. Sometimes it would be just a simple “thanks ” but if something looked off he would make an adjustment. Example might be, we had made a adjustment to my diet and my weight was not moving, he would look things over and correct it to get things going in the right direction.

As the show date got closer I was ready to go at least a week before I was to step on stage. Going into that weekend Jason had a wedding he was in and could not attend the show. Even with him being in the wedding and all that entails, he was still in contact with me or my husband the whole time. Wanting photos, how I was feeling etc.

In the end it was the right move. When the show was over Friday night, I was a IFBB PRO.

My next move will to compete at the pro level in the IFBB and I will continue use his assistance in preparing for my first pro show.

Amy Sibcy IFBB PRO