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Derek Pratt (former Linebacker for The University of Mai and Varsity sports captain at Pingree School) is a fitness enthusiast who knows being true to yourself, patience, and steady goals are the keys to success. His favorite pastimes are hiking and sports. When he isn’t enjoying the outdoors, he loves spending time with his family and girlfriend.
Derek’s Favorite Cheat Meal:
When I was a kid, my family would have pizza every Friday. I never stopped this tradition and still enjoy pizza with a bowl of ice cream on Fridays.
BRONSON LEE BUTLER
Bronson Lee Butler is a successful motocross rider with championship wins, who began bodybuilding in his early twenties. In 2013, he had his first body building show in Salt Lake City. Bronson attended his first national show when he was twenty-seven. He knows that it takes time to become great, and the path to success involves realistic, achievable short-term goals. He knows from experience that it takes years to become a professional, and if you make it that far, you will start from the bottom and need determination to work your way up. Bronson has been happily married for over a decade to his wife, Katie. They have two children, Lena and Kail.
Bronson’s Favorite Cheat Meal:
2 daughters, 1 son
When was your first bodybuilding show?:
In 2009, he started competing in the Bodybuilding category. In 2011, he switched to the Men’s Physique and also competed in the Classic Physique category.
Hobbies other than working out:
He enjoys listening to southern style R&B, Hip Hop, and Rap.
Why did you start working out seriously:
"In 2007 while deployed in Iraq I was going through a divorce and decided to focus more on my health and body."
What would you tell an aspiring body builder:
"The best thing you can do is, act like you don’t know anything. That gives you the opportunity to learn everything and you gain more knowledge."
What is the key to your success:
"Family it is what makes me not want to quit and they are the reason I work so hard. I want them to have a better life than I had. I started working at the age of 7. I want to give them so much more and not have to worry."