Rob's a natural British champion

PUBLISHED: 10:00 19 November 2008 | UPDATED: 22:39 15 June 2010

Rob Feesey

Rob Feesey

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Rob Feesey, 46, a natural for life bodybuilder has just won his 11th British title.

Rob Feesey, 46, a 'natural for life' bodybuilder has just won his 11th British title. In Halesowen, Birmingham, Rob won the U65kg class at the EPF (English Physique Federation) British Bodybuilding Championship. The competition was exceptionally tough and Rob was delighted with his victory. The quality of Rob's physique is unique as he has won British titles with four separate UK bodybuilding federations and in 2003 he became Natural Lightweight World Champion. Rob was recently selected to represent Great Britain as part of the team when the WPF Universe competition takes place in Montpelier, France, on November 22. Unfortunately for Rob he has had to decline this honour for financial reasons. Rob has recently moved to North Street, Axminster, with his wife Jo-anne and their son Jack, who attends St Mary's Catholic School. A world class athlete, Rob has represented his country on numerous occasions and now has places available for personal training for individuals wishing to improve their level of health and fitness. He caters for all levels of ability and also currently runs various fitness classes in the mornings and evenings in the Charmouth, Whitford and Axmouth areas.For more detailed information on Rob's personal training service or fitness classes, contact him on (01297) 639969.

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