Donna Clarke

“I fell in love with the look of muscular and toned bodies back in 1992 when the U.K. introduced their version of the television series “The Gladiators”. From the age of 17, I weight trained on and off for years, though never took it too far. Then in January 2019 I suffered a depressive bout and I remembered that my happiest times had been when I had weight trained.

Overnight I decided to take up weight training and specifically bodybuilding and I hit it with real enthusiasm and consistency. Cardio, weights and protein became a daily part of my life and literally overnight my depression disappeared (and hasn’t come back). I love training and the results fire me up and spur me on. I feel great and I use Instagram to motivate myself and others. I got an eating plan and workout routine at the start of the year from @e_monet_pro which has given me my biggest gains yet and every day I try to step just a little more towards my goals!”

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