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#Must Know About Natasha Aughey Fitness Icon

Sunilkumar93 2017-11-08 12:46:54

Natasha Aughey is a fitness icon and social media sensation from Canada. She began her fitness journey in high school, performing cardio and falling in-love with the gym. She didn’t let anything get in her way, and by 2016, she’d sculpted a unique, powerful figure. She’s inspired many to work towards their goals, posting pictures and videos on social media – becoming a fitness icon by the age of 23.

Competition History
2013 OPA Ottawa Championships, Figure, Tall  – 6th place

Early Years

Born in Ottawa, Ontario (Canada), even as a child, Natasha had a passion for fitness; she played numerous sports, such as soccer, and led a healthy lifestyle.

It was during high school when she entered the gym. Natasha began performing cardio, but at this point, she didn’t lift any weights.

Weight Training

After a few years of training in the gym, Natasha had fallen in-love with fitness. But she realized that she wasn’t making much progress on her physique; while she was losing weight and building a lean figure, she hadn’t developed any curves. At this point, she began seeking advice from more experienced athletes in the gym – she was encouraged to begin lifting weights, in order to sculpt her dream physique.

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With an effective training routine and diet plan, it wasn’t long until Natasha had toned her figure. Due to her great genetics, she also managed to add lean muscle mass, creating a powerful physique. Her thick legs, muscular shoulders and tight waist made her stand out in the fitness community – her friends encouraged her to create a social media profile and share her journey online. Natasha first posted on Instagram in 2013, and was almost instantly recognized for her amazing figure. Over the next 3 years, the Canadian accumulated a mass of followers online; being admired for her hard work in the gym.

Workout Routine

Natasha’s weekly training plan looks like this:

1st Day – Back
2nd Day – Glutes and hamstrings
3rd Day – Chest and bi’s
4th Day – shoulders and triceps
5th Day – Quadriceps/Leg plyometrics
6th Day – Shoulders (rear delt focus)
7th Day – Rest



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