Celebrities, beautiful people, the rich and famous . . . ever wonder how they get that way? Though genetics help some, the majority are true sweat hogs who work hard at gyms or are actively playing sports and getting lots of exercise. And the great people that help these stars look and feel so good are celebrities in their own right.
Westhampton personal trainer Kate Roy, who is certified by the International Sports Science Association and American Heart Association, has been whipping the rich and famous into shape for two decades, and this Saturday, she is competing in the NPC Long Island Women’s Physique bodybuilding competition. Roy is a recognized competitor in The National Physique Committee (NPC), the largest amateur bodybuilding organization in the nation. She competes locally and nationally, and she’s done well.
In 2010, Roy placed third in the NPC Women’s Physique Division Long Island West Babylon show, and in 2011 she placed ninth in the Atlantic States NPC competition in Manhattan, which qualified her for entry into the pro cards.
Roy is competing in her next NPC Long Island Women’s Physique event at 7 p.m. on Saturday, June 1, at West Babylon High School. She shows in two categories—Figure A (5’ ½” and under) and Masters Figure (35 years +). Roy has trained arduously for this competition.
Call 516-769-4709 for an appointment with Kate Roy. Visit nationalphysiquecommittee.com to learn more about the bodybuilding organization in which Roy competes.