She has been weight training for seven years, but only began competing in her sixth year of working out. Manchester-born Lisa placed in the top two for her first three contests and within a year found herself the British Champion for 2010 at her first attempt. That qualified her for the world stage and remarkable 4th place debut attempts at both the Arnold Classic Europe and the Women’s World Championships in 2011. Extreme training during her year off has been designed to make her bigger and stronger. Her mind boggling power can now see Lisa deadlift 441lbs and squat 529lbs. At 5' 6" tall, she weighs in at 177lbs with 28" waist, 28" thighs, 46" chest and 17" biceps
"My main passion for the sport of body building comes from the fact that there is always room for improvement. You can never be complacent and are constantly faced with new challenges. Bodybuilding truly is a lifestyle. There are very few sports that are so demanding on the body and on your time. You have to be dedicated and determined to the utmost but it is so rewarding. In my brief time of being involved in the sport, I have met some amazing people and visited some fascinating places. Life is never boring," Lisa says.