Jetts manager Michael Aberley and Heidi Dechnik will be competing for the biggest muscle competition.
Jetts manager Michael Aberley and Heidi Dechnik will be competing for the biggest muscle competition. Tanya Easterby

Fitness fanatics will flex it for competition

GYMPIE gym junkies are being urged to flex their pecs for their community.

Showgirl entrant Taleah Dickfos is giving fitness fanatics a chance to show off their hard earned bodies at her biggest muscle competition.

With more than $1000 up for grabs, Jetts gym manager Michael Aberley said the event was open to both genders and should attract sculpted physiques from all over the region.

Michael said Jetts was offering numerous prizes such as gym membership for one lucky winner.

The tough judging panel will search for best overall body, best upper body, best lower body and also best individual muscle.

Michael said the competition was awesome because competitors could enter their best muscle such as calves, so they did not have to be a devoted gym-goer to enter.

The cost is $30 for entrants and $15 for spectators with Taleah saying all funds go back into the community through the Gympie Showgirl Society.

"The contest is in good spirit and will be a fun evening with all proceeds raised going straight back into the community," she said.

To sign up for the competition grab a flyer at Gympie Jetts or for more info contact Taleah 0409471577.

The event will be held at Gympie Pines Golf Course on Saturday, April 27.

Gympie Times


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