Wives' Club Interview-Part2
Written by TheProCreator
Tuesday, 02 December 2008 11:44
FST-7: What is your occupation?
CC: I am a full time student and a personal trainer
FST-7: How long have you and Ronnie been together?
CC: I have known Ronnie for the last 10 years but we got married on December 28th 2008
FST-7: How and where did you two meet?
CC: We met in Paris France at a sport expo, all by mistake, I honestly didn’t know who he was.
FST-7: Was he bodybuilding/competing when you guys first started going out? If so, what did you think about it?
CC: He was just a bodybuilder not even a Mr. Olympia or a top five. I sure did appreciate it but nothing more J
FST-7: Where you always attracted to bodybuilders?
CC: Well I always liked fit people because of my lifestyle, been training for almost 15 years now. But as far as being attracted to bodybuilders, to be honest with you, particularly not.
FST-7: What do your friends and family think of your husband being a professional bodybuilder?
CC: They think it’s special but as far as am fine with it, what else can they say.
FST-7:Do you ever get the “itch” to compete yourself in bodybuilding or fitness/figure after going to the shows and seeing all the competitors?
FST-7: What is the hardest thing for you to deal with during his prep?
CC: The moral support.
FST-7: If your husband was not a pro bodybuilder…
1. What do you think his occupation would be?
CC: I’ll take him as a police officer.
2. What would you want him to do for work?
CC: I like the officer part J
FST-7: What is the hardest thing for you to deal with come show day?
CC: The positive energy that I have to keep giving constantly even though I am stressed I have to learn how to hide it.
FST-7: Do you feel pressure to look a certain way, eat a certain way or workout due to the industry your significant other is in?
CC: Not that much, everyone his/her own thing, I love ME like that
FST-7: So obviously your husband is a “celebrity” in this bodybuilding community and with fame comes all kinds of stuff so let’s get into the juicy details:
1. How do you deal with the fans/groupies that come around when you are there? When you aren’t there?
CC: When I am there I just watch, everyone has a certain reaction…
When I am not there I mean seriously what you want me to do ;-)
FST-7: Have you ever had an “incident” or encounter with a fan who was clearly out of line or disrespectful when you were present? If so what did you do?
CC: Not really like I said everyone his/her own thing, nothing disrespectful, they just lose itJ
FST-7: How do you feel about/handle the not so nice remarks or opinions about your significant other written on the boards or in magazines or said on the radio?
CC: Nice or not so nice, it is still a remark or opinion so I consider it as him being important enough for them to place any type of remark and I just go on.
FST-7: How do you deal with all the travelling and the sometimes grueling schedule your spouse has?
CC: It’s hard to deal with the schedule but it’s always easier when we are together.
FST-7: Where do you see your lives in 5-10 years?
CC: Definitely with kids and in a bigger house.
FST-7: Are there any general likes or dislikes you have about this industry?
CC: No comment.
FST-7: In closing is there anything else you want to share that we have not asked?
CC: A smile is always a key to a better day. (very true!)
FST-7: Do you have a personal website that you want to promote or hobbies, charities, events that you would like to mention?
CC: My personal website that I am updating right now is
I want to take the opportunity here to thank Mrs. Coleman again for taking the time to answer my questions and for providing very honest answers. This concludes our interview for this month. Stay tuned for next month’s installment.
Similar Bodybuilding Threads: