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The Iron Pit Gym is Bloomington’s first 24-hour gym. Allison Witucki, a 20-year-old National Physique Committee Bikini competitor, trains at the Iron Pit.
Witucki, right, fixes her hair before she begins working out. Breaking the stereotype that bodybuilders can’t be girly is one of Witucki’s goals.
Witucki does a shoulder press on the Smith machine. She encourages young women to lift upper body.
A cartoon sketch of the power lifter ideal is hung in the center of the gym. The sketch encourages Witucki to keep working hard to achieve her goals.
Witucki walks on the incline treadmill. Cardio is an essential part of training for National Physique Committee competitions, because competitors must have very low body fat to see their muscle definition.
Witucki stares into the mirror before doing bicep curls. According to Witucki, mentally preparing for a workout is just as important as being physically prepared.
Witucki is doing a bicep curl set. She encourages women to not be afraid to lift heavy weights.
Witucki lifts 40 lbs. on the chest press machine. She reminds people that it’s important to balance your workout.
Witucki is doing a lat pulldown. This is her favorite exercise to do at the Iron Pit Gym.
Witucki practices posing for her National Physique Committee Compeitions. She is a role model for women who want to break into the fitness industry.
WItucki is holding Dreamdelite, a low carb ice cream, at Jiffy Treat in Bloomington. Witucki eats Dreamdelite at least four times a week.
Allison Witucki is a bodybuilder attending Indiana University. She started lifting weights her senior year of high school after an ACL tear ended her soccer career. Witucki trains almost everyday at the Iron Pit Gym in Bloomington, IN.
“Weight lifting helped me become more confident in myself. I realized I could be strong and independent,” said Witucki.
Witucki has two main messages for young women: don’t be afraid to lift heavy and it’s possible to be girly and strong. Witucki is breaking the stereotype that women can’t be feminine and muscular.