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Team ALLMAX Invades the Toronto Pro SuperShow!

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Jennifer Ronzitti – Bikini

Jennifer Ronzitti earned her IFBB Pro Card in Bikini at the 2014 NPC National Championships. She took a break for the 2015 season and has been a very active competitor since 2016. Her rookie season was a huge success for Jennifer. She didn’t let a 13th place finish in her first contest at the 2016 Pittsburgh Pro dampen her spirit. She bounced right back, winning her next two competitions, the 2016 Toronto Pro and the 2016 Baltimore Grand Prix. Even more notable is that she went on to place top five at her very first Olympia showing! 2017 continued to be an incredibly successful year, seeing her placing third at the Arnold Classic, fifth at the Arnold Classic Australia and another first place win at the Arizona Pro. Jennifer then went on to take second place at the 2017 Olympia, which is amazing. Again, we saw her earn a fifth place and two more first place wins, ending up with a sixth place Olympia finish. Jennifer’s last show was the 2018 Prague Pro, where she ended up second place. She seems to be one of the fan favourites to win the Bikini title this weekend and earn her place on the 2019 Olympia stage.

Josh Wade – Bodybuilding

A personal trainer hailing from Rocklin, California, who owns a gym and supplement store, Josh is one of the most conditioned competitors in any show. Josh has been competing in bodybuilding since 2006, eventually earning his IFBB Pro Card by winning the 35+ overall Men’s Bodybuilding division at the 2016 NPC Universe. Most recently, he earned an impressive third place last week in California. This really is no surprise, as Josh is always right in the mix with the top contenders. Although he doesn’t have the genetic structure of a tiny waist and big broad shoulders, he has added an incredible amount of muscle to his frame and always comes in hard and dry, which is tough to beat. We always say that conditioning wins shows, and Josh is always in condition. We’re expecting to see Josh finishing first or second this weekend.

Matt Kouba – Bodybuilding

Growing up as a multi-sport athlete, playing sports such as baseball, track, and swimming, Matt always found his true passion in football. After football season ended during his senior year, he realized while working out in his local gym to build in his off-season that his passion was shifting from football to seeing how far he could push his body. At age 19, Matt entered his first bodybuilding show, where he placed fifth in the light heavyweight class at the Mid-State Natural NPC show in Rockford, Illinois. Starting his IFBB Pro career in 2018, Matt has placed eighth at the 2018 Chicago Pro, 11th at the 2018 Tampa pro, and seventh at the 2019 Indy Pro, and he’s coming off a disappointing 11th place at the California Pro last weekend. Matt needs to focus more on his conditioning and dryness, with less emphasis on staying full, which should help him to climb back up in the placings.

Ashley Wiens – Figure

Ashley is a former Division 1 basketball player from Colorado State University. A knee injury ended her basketball career, later allowing her interest in the fitness industry to flourish. Ashley graduated college with a bachelor of science in food and nutritional sciences with a concentration in dietetics. She began competing in 2014 and eared her IFBB Pro Card as a Bikini competitor in 2015 after competing in only four shows. At the 2018 Vancouver Pro Show, Ashley made the switch to compete as an IFBB Pro Figure competitor. Though she didn’t make it into the placings at that show, she’s looking to continue making strides in her IFBB Pro Figure career. Ashley made some great improvements and finished in the top 10 in this year’s Pittsburgh Pro.

Scott Dennis – Men’s Physique

Scott Dennis also made his return to the stage in 2019, after taking a break for the 2018 competitive season. Growing up in a small Vermont town, Scott excelled in baseball and football, even continuing to play baseball while attending college. A torn labrum and rotator cuff injury eventually ended his career in baseball. We’re happy that Scott later made the move to competitive bodybuilding, earning his IFBB Pro Card in Men’s Physique in 2015. His first season as an IFBB Pro started strong; with seventh, fifth, and second place finishes in 2016, he went on to earn a place on the 2017 Olympia stage. At the 2019 New York Pro, Scott earned his way back into the top 10, and he’s looking fuller and harder than ever coming into this weekend’s show in Toronto.

Eren Legend – Men’s Physique

Eren Legend is the team’s most recent addition, signing with Allmax earlier this month. After taking a brief hiatus from competing, he made his return to the stage at the 2019 New York Pro. Though we were disappointed to see Eren get lost in the shuffle in New York, we feel he has a really good physique, with solid muscle and structure on his frame. For this show, he needs to bring the sharpness in his physique that he had when he won his very first pro show at the 2015 Vancouver IFBB Pro. Eren is proud to represent the category and his fans of Legend Nation as a natural athlete. We can’t wait to see what he brings to the stage in Toronto this weekend!

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