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Carmen Tocheniuk is part of the Whitecourt Figure Skating Club which has had a very successful season
Carmen Tocheniuk takes part in a fitness competition Nov. 15 at the Citadel Theatre in Edmonton fulfilled a lifelong goal and now she can't wait for her next event...
A local bodybuilder is quickly climbing the ranks of the Canadian body building circuit and has recently fortified herself as one of the best in the country.
Carmen Tocheniuk competed in provincials, June 12 in Edmonton, posing her way to a gold medal.
Runner-up Carmen Tocheniuk of Whitecourt, Alberta, showed a remarkable delicate muscularity with just 109 pounds on her 5-3 frame.
After her second place result at Women's Physique World.
Regardless of the criteria, the attractive and sleekly muscled Carmen Tocheniuk (AB) would be very hard to miss in a lineup. I have difficulty discerning any pattern of consistency in picking the winners of women's competitions. One time the winner may be thickly muscled and defined, while another, synmetry and shape are the main considerations. This year's lineup of lightweight women includes all ranges in this scale.
Bodybuilder or not, Carmen Tochenuik turns heads, she may only be 5-3 and tip the scales at a diminutive 109 pounds, but her look is striking and about as marketable as it gets.
Carmen Tocheniuk talks about her life long dream of being a body building champion. "I honor those who dare to dream. Without dreams you have nothing." That is what petite muscular Carmen Tocheniuk was quoted as saying in her local paper after arriving home from last fall's 2005 Canadian Championships, where she was declared the winner of the lightweight category.
Carmen Tocheniuk gives out fitness advice to clients as a trainer and says that being a bodybuilder keeps her more in control of her own eating habits. "When Carmen Tocheniuk steps on the scale, there's not a lot of numbers. That's because the 5'3" 109-pound Whitecourt native is a professional female bodybuilder.
The most remarkable transformation came in the splendid physique of Carmen Tocheniuk (AB), the '05 winner. "For the category that was supposed to be eliminated, there were some pretty impressive lightweight women on the stage. The caliber of athlete was high and competition intense. Heather King (ON), the 2006 winner, could manage only a third-place finish.
Canadian lightweight women's bodybuilding champion, Carmen Tocheniuk, found out the hard way at the 2006 Canadian Bodybuilding Championships that size often doesn't matter. "Alberta's sultry 2005 Canadian lightweight women's bodybuilding champion, Carmen Tocheniuk, found out the hard way at the 2006 Canadian Bodybuilding Championships that size often doesn't matter. She bulked up and entered the heavyweight category only to find the extra weight destroyed her once-crisp muscularity and superb symmetry.
Carmen Tocheniuk wins lightweight at Canadian Nationals.
Our own Carmen Tocheniuk walked away as the middle weight winner.
A horrific car crash wrecked Carman Tocheniuk's body 19 years ago, paralyzing her from the neck down. On Saturday, she took to the stage showing off her physique at the Canadian National Bodybuilding Championship in Edmonton at the Winspear Centre.
Carmen Tocheniuk, two time Canadian Nationals Bodybuilding Champion, owns a line of Wellness stores, and she invites anybody who wants to come and open an account. Today, Whitecourt's Carmen Tocheniuk is a two-time Canadian body-building champion, but it was a severe car accident at the age of 13 that sent her into the gym. She experienced a severe fracture to her spine and spent a year in a body cast. Spending that much tie dealing with such trauma made her realize how precious her life is.
For Carmen Tocheniuk, a bodybuilder based out of Devon, a recent top finish was both an encouragement and a source of frustration. Tocheniuk, who took second place in her division at the Canadian Bodybuilding Federation Championship held in New Westminster B.C. in August.
My coaches for a decade that helped my entire bodybuilding career - Brian and Donna Logue. They are almost like second parents to me. They mean so much to me as they coached and guided me in my life much past a diet or bodybuilding. I am blessed that I got to work with them.