2016 WNBF Natural Connecticut Pro Qualifier

FUL FIT LLC, proudly presents

The 2016 WNBF Natural Connecticut Pro Qualifier


When: Saturday June 11, 2016

Where: James Hillhouse High School, 480 Sherman Parkway, New Haven, CT

Entry fee: $60.00   Crossover $30.00 (Extra Class)

polygraph testing $55.00

Time: Check In – 9:00 A.M., Prejudging – 12:00 P.M., Evening Showtime – 5:00 P.M.

Tickets: Tier Seating $35, $45, $55 All Day Tickets

Tanning registrations, please contact: GLAM SQUAD

860-428-4994, 860-643-650

Host Hotel:  Hotel Address: 

La Quinta Inns & Suites

400 Sargent Drive, New Haven,  CT

phone: (203) 562-1111   June 9th – 11th 2016

$117.00 Plus tax

Learn the way to WIN!

POSING CLASSES: $20.00 per class, Learn from Robert J. Fulton Hands on for any show, every Saturday at 4:30 PM. Classes will start February 20th 2016 at 232A Captain Thomas Boulevard, West Haven CT 06516

For a list of banned substances please click  HERE

Amateur Application: WNBF 2016 JUNE APPLICATION

For Polygraph information, please contact: Myra  esscteam@aol.com

For Show Photos contact Cristian Ruben- cristian@cristianruben.com

For Hair & Make-up –GLAM SQUAD

860-428-4994, 860-643-6500

Get your appointments Now!


2016 WNBF Pro Cup & Autumn Explosion Pro Qualifier

FUL FIT LLC, proudly presents

2016 WNBF Pro Cup & Autumn Explosion Pro Qualifier


ATTENION : All Pro’s please email Robert at robert@fultonsfitness.com  or Nancy Andrews wnbfpro@aol.com  for the Pro’s application. Thank you.

FUL FIT LLC. proudly presents the 2016 WNBF Pro Cup Extravaganza &  Autum Explosion (Pros and Amateurs).

When: Saturday October 1, 2016 Where: James Hillhouse High School, 480 Sherman Parkway, New Haven, CT
Amateur: Entry fee: $60.00 Crossover $30.00( Extra class)

Polygraph testing: $55.00
Time: Pro’s Check-in 8:00 AM, Amateur Check-in 9:00 AM

Prejudging  9:00 AM, Evening Showtime  5:00 PM

Tickets: Tier Seating  all day $25, $35, $55


Host Hotel:

Hotel Address: 

La Quinta Inns & Suites

400 Sargent Drive, New Haven,  CT

phone: (203) 562-1111  September 28th – October 1st

$117.00 Plus tax


TANNNG REGISTRATIONS CONTACT: LEAH ROGERS @ bronzingbeauty45@comcast.net


Learn the way to WIN!

POSING CLASSES: $20.00 per class, Learn from Robert J. Fulton Hands on for any show, every Saturday at 4:30 PM.

Classes will start February 20,  2016 at 232A Captain Thomas Blvd, West Haven Ct, 06516

 Amateur Application: autumn-show-2016-application


For a list of banned substances please click here.

 For Show Photos contact Cristian Ruben cristian@cristianruben.com

 For Hair & Make-up Michelle Hayes – flawlessbeauty50@gmail.com

divaspirit42@gmail.com 860-897-5495 or       Call ASAP to set appointments..



Photos: 2014 INBF Pro Qualifier (6/14/2014)

Click here to access the gallery

Fulton’s Fitness Commercial

Fultons Fitness: New Site Launch

Fultons Fitness has evolved dramatically over the years.  Over the past year of operation, we felt it was important that our online presence kept pace with the quality of our on-site facilities.  Our old site was a crowd favorite, but we wanted the new site to incorporate new features such as blogging, video and more.  We hope you enjoy the new site and do pass along any feedback you may have.  We will always strive to get better.  Thank you all for your support.

P.S.  We’ve decided to keep the original fultonsfitness.com site accessible for those interested.  We felt this simple gesture will help us never forget our roots and how it all began.  To give fultons fitness 1.0 a look:  Click here

All the best!

Tiffany Jackson Sings

Healthy Hearts Women’s Day 2 – Cardiovascular Disease

An estimated 515,000 women will have a new or recurrent myocardial infarction and fatal cardiovascular disease (CVDs) this year (2010). In 2006, 432,709 females died from all CVDs combined. The statistic represents 52.1% of female’s deaths for that year (35.3% white females; 35.9% black females). Notably, 64% of women who died suddenly from CVD did not have previous symptoms. [1]

CVDs are a group of disorders of the heart and blood vessel. The most common reason for heart attacks and strokes, which are mainly caused by a blockage that prevents blood from flowing to the heart or brain, is a build-up of fatty deposits on the inner walls of the blood vessels that supply the heart or brain. [2]

Top Health Risks for Women

Heart disease ranks as the number one health risk for women.
1. Heart disease
2. Cancer
3. Stroke
5. Alzheimer’s disease
6. Injuries
7. Type 2 diabetes
8. Flu
9. Kidney disease
10. Blood poisoning

Symptoms in Women

The most common heart attack symptom for women is pain or discomfort in the chest. However, women can also have a heart attack without having any chest pain. Other symptoms women might experience include[3]:
• Feeling out of breath
• Pain that runs along the neck, jaw, or upper back
• Nausea, vomiting or indigestion
• Unexplained sweating
• Sudden or overwhelming fatigue
• Dizziness
Risk Factors

The prevention of CVD starts with controlling risk factors for the disease. Although some risk factors are uncontrollable, such as family history of CVD or stroke; age 55 or older and being post-menopausal or having your ovaries removed, there are risk factors that we can control.
Controllable risk factors:
• Obesity
• Sedentary lifestyle
• Smoking
• Hypertension
• High total cholesterol, and/or reduced HDL cholesterol
• Diabetes
• Metabolic syndrome
• Increased C-reactive protein (CRP)
• Use of birth control pills, especially if also a smoker
• Complicated pregnancy (hypertension, diabetes, low birth weight)

Preventing Cardiovascular Heart Disease

There are many strategies that allow you to reduce your risk of or prevent heart disease. Although some risk factors, such as family history and age cannot be controlled, you have many options to help you maintain a healthier lifestyle. Here are some things you can control:
• Don’t smoke or use any tobacco products
o This is especially important for women because smoking not only affects your heart but negatively impacts your ability to become pregnant, increases your risk for oral and lung cancer and ages your skin. In addition, women who smoke and use birth control increase their risk of a heart attack.
• Get exercise
o Physical activity helps you control your weight and reduces stress on the heart and other medical conditions.
• Eat a heart healthy diet
o A well-balanced diet consisting of healthy fats (polyunsaturated and monounsaturated), fruits, vegetables, whole grains and limiting alcohol consumption.
• Maintain a healthy weight
o The majority of adults gain fat-not muscle-when the scale starts to creep up. Studies show that carrying excess fat in the mid-section is a risk factor for heart disease as well as diabetes, high blood pressure and high cholesterol. Regular exercise and a well-balanced diet will help you keep the scale in check.
• Get regular health screenings
o High blood pressure and cholesterol can damage your heart and blood vessels; regular screenings by a health professional will keep you informed and ready to take action to keep your heart healthy

Clinical Pearls

In summary, maintaining a healthy heart results in a better quality of life. Follow these simple guidelines to ensure your better health:
• Be aware of chest pain and other symptoms
• Know your family’s medical history and tell your clinician
• Maintain a healthy weight with regular diet and exercise
• Eliminate and/or reduce negative impact of risk factors, for example don’t smoke or quit smoking; control your blood pressure
• Remain educated about your body and health needs- start with the resources below!

Educational Resources
American Heart Association
Women’s Heart Foundation
National Coalition for Women with Heart Disease
Heart Truth
National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute

– Elizabeth Samander, PhD

1. American Heart Organization. http://www.americanheart.org/downloadable/heart/1260905040318FS10WM10.pdf. Accessed June 18, 2010.
2. World Health Organization. Cardiovascular Diseases. http://www.who.int/mediacentre/factsheets/fs317/en/index.html. Accessed June 18, 2010.
3. FamilyDoctor.org. http://familydoctor.org/online/famdocen/home/common/heartdisease/risk/287.printerview.html. Accessed June 18, 2010.
4. May Clinic. http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/womens-health/WO00014/NSECTIONGROUP=2. Accessed June 18, 2010.

Strength Training Home Work-out (Lateral raises, bicep curl, bent over rows)