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2013 INBF Hercules Team Sci-Unison Fitness

2013 INBF Hercules Natural Bodybuilding results for Team Sci-Unison Fitness

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Cody W – 1st Place Open Light Weight – Pro Card Winner / Overall Winner

Jessica J – 1st Place Fit Body – Pro Card Winner / 2nd Place Open Figure Short

Fred M – 1st Place Open Bantam Weight – Pro Card Winner

James S – 3rd Place Open Middle Weight

Kevin T – 2nd Place Novice Heavy Weight

Taniya B – 4th Place Fit Body / 5th Place Open Figure Short

Alicia C – 8th Place Bikini / 4th Place Novice Figure

Vincent C – 2nd Place Master 50+ / 5th Place Novice Heavy

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Team Sci-Unison Fitness 2013 INBF Hercules Hat Trick

The 2013 INBF Hercules is a natural bodybuilding show and witnessed Team Sci-Unison Fitness win 3 pro cards and the overall title in the same night.

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The INBF Hercules has always been my favorite show to both compete at and to bring a team into. It is where I won my novice class in 07, took 3rd in the Open Heavyweight class in 2011, and where I got my first Pro Tyrone Robinson in 2012.  Therefore, the Herc has always felt like home. I would like to think that I have brought some pretty solid competition to this show in the past, but something was different about this year.

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Fred Miller 1st Place 2011 INBF Hercules

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After taking 2nd place in the Novice Lightweight Class at the 2009 INBF Hercules, team SUF member Fred Miller returned to the 2011 INBF Hercules and scored a huge win.

Fred made great improvements to his physique and his presentation during his long off season and it definitely showed. His blend of conditioning, symmetry and size enabled him to edge out an extremely competitive Novice Lightweight class. He is now part of the growing list of SUF team members who have broken out of the Novice class and look to wreak havoc in the open classes.

Count on Fred to work with his team members to devise a plan and strategy to continue to make progress and improvements. Next up is the highly competitive Open Lightweight class. Keep you eyes out for Fred “The Killer” Miller in the years to come.