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Jodi Leigh Miller’s Biography – Age, Husband, Salary. Steroids?

Who is Jodi Leigh Miller? Wiki Bio

Jodi Leigh Miller was born in Chicago, Illinois USA, on 8 November 1972 – her zodiac sign is Scorpio and she holds American nationality. She is a former bodybuilder and a figure competitor, perhaps best known for winning in the novice lightweight bodybuilding division at the National Physique Committee (NPC) Texas State Championships in 2001.

Early life and education

Jodi was raised as an only child in Chicago by her father who was a footballer, and her mother who taught English at a local high school.

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The more my white hair grows, the less I wish to take & display pictures of myself. ? But I wanted to post a picture with this poem that took me 3 days to write & didn’t want to rely on a past photo. So I’m channeling a release of my grip on my vanity & insecurity, instead going with the flow, like I attempted with this poem. ? These stanzas originated from thoughts about my white hair & my battle with a little spider to stop weaving her web on my balcony. The web made me flail and curse every time I walked onto my balcony in the dark; it tickled my flesh and stuck to my hair. At first, I used a yardstick to tear down the web. The same yardstick I used to knight Lavi since I call him “young sir” all the time (I used to call Roxi “young lady”). I don’t need quarantine to be this weird, so don’t blame it on that. ? Anyway, after 3 days of the spider rebuilding her web—her home—I stopped thrashing its existence. Eventually, the wind must have relocated her in the night, & it reminded me that one day the wind will collect my ashes & relocate me too. ? This poem isn’t perfect, but I’ve decided to post it anyway. I kind of term that as bravery, not in the sense of facing fire or being in the line of fire, but in the sense of displaying vulnerability. ? Please don’t steal my poem. At least wait until I’ve solidified it & polished it before you break my copyright laws. I jest. Don’t ever steal my writing, no matter the form. ? ? Thin threads Swaying in the breeze Little bulbous spider Spinning at the epicenter Little does she know The human’s tornado Soon to emit From the swing of a yardstick. ? Thin threads Dangling from the flower pots Little bulbous spider Scrambling to safety Little does the human suspect The spider’s intellect Soon to weave Through the depths of her grief. ? Thin threads Appearing once again Little bulbous spider Dwelling in the dew drops Little does either creature consider The nature’s plunder Soon to join Beyond the bounds of this earth. ? ~Jodi Leigh Miller ? ? ? ? #mondaymotivation #poetry #writer #poetryofinstagram #fitover40 #murves #girlswithbiceps #womenwholift #dachshund #dogmom #grayhairdocare #converse #girlswithmuscle

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Jodi became interested in sports while attending elementary school, and preferred to spend her free time with boys rather than with girls, continuing this at high school where she played soccer and basketball. Upon matriculation in 1990, she enrolled at the University of Texas, Austin and around the same time began going to the gym. She graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English in 1994, and continued her education at the Cooper Institute in Dallas from which she received her personal trainer certification.

She took kickboxing classes while attending college, but stopped after choosing to entirely focus on bodybuilding.

Career as a bodybuilder

Jodi entered her first competition – USA Powerlifting Federation Texas State Championships – in 1996 winning in the 111lbs weight class, and in the same year she won the American Drug Free Powerlifting Association (ADFPA) Powerlifting Federation Longhorn Open in the 104lbs weight class.She competed in three 24-Hour Fitness Gyms Triathlon Fitness Challenges in 1998 – she won the Club Level, Texas and Regional Level, Texas, and then finished fourth at National Level. She tried something rather new, and entered three Galaxy Nova Federation competitions finishing 12th at Texas Grand Prix in 2000, 15th at Nationals in 2001 while she also placed 12th at Nova USA Championships in the same year.

Jodi won second place in the open bodybuilding division of NPC Heart of Texas in 2001, and finished 3rd in its figure division, while the following year saw her place 4th in the short figure division of NPC Lone Star Classic. Jodi also competed in the short figure divisions at NPC Junior Nationals and NPC Team Universe Figure Nationals placing 17th and 19th (tie), respectively. The year 2003 saw her place 7th in the under 5ft 2ins division at NPC Junior USA’s, and she then won 4th place in the short figure division at NPC Pittsburgh followed by her sixth place in short figure division at NPC Junior Nationals. The same year also saw her place 5th in the under 5ft 2ins division at NPC Team Universe Figure Nationals.

In 2004, Jodi went on to place 5th, 2nd, and 12th in the under 5ft 2ins figure divisions at NPC Junior USA’s, NPC Emerald Cup, and NPC Junior Nationals, respectively. She competed in the under 5ft 2ins figure division at NPC Junior Nationals in 2005 finishing 11th, while she placed fourth in the same division at NPC USA’s. The following year saw her place 10th at NPC Team Universe/Figure Nationals and 12th at NPC USA’s, before she won in the lightweight (LW) category at NPC Europa Supershow amateur bodybuilding. She placed 8th in the same category at NPC Nationals (bodybuilding) and then in 2007 won in the lightweight division at NPC Team Universe (bodybuilding).

Jodi Leigh Miller

Jodi’s final competition before she retired was at the International Federation of Body Builders (IFBB) Amateur World Championships (bodybuilding) in 2007 where she placed 13th. Since then she has been working as a personal trainer, both at the gym and online.

Love life and husband

There are rumors circulating the internet about the popular bodybuilder being married, and according to jodileigh7.blogspot.com website, it appears as Jodi was indeed married in the past. The blog she wrote on Friday, 3 September 2004 is about her marriage with a mysterious man, and she starts one of her paragraphs by writing ‘If only I hadn’t gotten married’.

The two married in October 2003 but divorced in the summer of 2004, and it appears this has been Jodi’s only marriage – she doesn’t have children.

A rumor has it that the former bodybuilder is bisexual, and that she has had several girlfriends since her retirement from competing, while several of her fans have stated to have seen her being rather too close to an unknown girl at a local LGBT club. Jodi hasn’t commented on these rumors, nor stated anything regarding her sexual orientation.

Hobbies and other interests. Steroids?

Jodi’s main hobby has always been working out at the gym, and she spends most of her free time there, but when not exercising she is outside breathing fresh air and walking in parks. She is keen on being in nature surrounded by trees and animals, and enjoys going hiking up the mountains or camping with her friends. Jodi is a lover of animals, but doesn’t have a pet as she’s stated that she doesn’t have time to take proper care of one. Another one of her hobbies is travelling, and Jodi has been all around the US for both work and pleasure, while she has visited Europe on several occasions, with her favorite city being London in England.

When at home she likes to watch movies, with some of her favorite actors and actresses being Bruce Willis, Vin Diesel and Angelina Jolie, while some of her favorite movies are “Pulp Fiction”, “XXX”, and “Lara Croft: Tomb Raider – The Cradle of Life”.

Jodi has stated in one of her blog posts that she had indeed ‘swam in the dark waters of steroids’ but that that is all gone now, and she has been ‘clean’ for over a decade.

Appearance and net worth

Jodi is 47 years old. She has long brown hair and green eyes, is 4ft 11ins (1.5m) tall, and weighs around 110lbs (50kgs). As of May 2020, her net worth is estimated at over $1 million.

David Leigh

Joined Biography Panda in May 2020. Formerly deputy celebrity editor for Elle magazine. Studied at The CUNY Graduate School of Journalism.

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