Monday, December 24, 2012

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Merry Christmas!

I am wishing you all a Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays. It is business as usual in the Steel Universe, and just because it's a holiday for most of the world, I am busy preparing my gifts to you in the way of exciting videoclips.  

I have been busy this past year producing tons of great content, complete with plenty of fantasy wrestling, sensual domination, my signature lifts and carries, and plenty of roleplay scenarios.  This year is going to be even better, as I have tons of content in the vault, and plenty more coming!  Plenty of exciting things to look forward to for all of us in 2013! 

Friday, December 21, 2012

Training Chest/Bicep at Defined Fitness Albuquerque, NM

Upon my return home from my travels, I had a little bit of a cold/cough that I am just now getting over.  I believe in sweating it out in the sauna and steambath, drinking a lot of water,  sleeping a lot, taking lots of vitamins I would not normally take, and eating really well to get over any minor illness.  I have barely touched the booze, red wine or spirits, because with an illness, I do not want anything slowing my recovery down.  

My good friend, Jason Sanchez, an independent contractor in Albuquerque is my trustworthy training partner.  I began mentoring him after his trainer, Romeo Villarino left New Mexico.  We all used to train at Libety Gym, the one and only hardcore bodybuilding gyms in Albuquerque.  We have been training on and off for the better part of the last three years (mostly off since I am away a lot).  Even though I am not a personal trainer by trade, I find it fun to train with people that look to me for guidance and support, which makes me step up my game and tap into my inner knowledge.  I have trained with many top trainers and athletes in the past five years, including professional bodybuilders, professional strongmen, powerlifters, fighters, and other athletes, and every where I go, I learn new techniques, new methods, and dietary and supplement approaches. 

Today a few of the local men in the gym wanted photos with me.  They always think I am the new girl in the gym because I am home so infrequently.  Jason and I have been hitting the gym this week pretty hard, and he has had a pretty long layoff due to injury and work, so he is not really used to my moderately heavy weights, (about 80% of 1RM) higher volume, minimal rest cadence.  In fact, I trained this way while I was in San Diego over the summer, and it took me a couple weeks to not feel gassed and nauseous all the time.  It's a lot different than training for power and strongwoman events.  I love lifting heavy because there is always a lot of laugher, camraderie and general bullshitting going on.  Not so when you want to get leaner and get out of the gym so you can do other things! 

So, we kept the workout pretty simple, only two exercises for chest and arms, but we did 4-5 sets and major drop sets until we could do no more.  This makes for an incredible pump.  A pump is cool because all the veins and vasularity comes out and everything looks so freaky and that is the fun part of training and getting in better shape.  Jason was asking me how to build his bicep thickness, and instead of telling him, "I am still trying to figure that out, and even with 16" biceps, I still think my arms are too small!"  Instead, I showed him some drag curls on the Smith machine and we called it a night.  

At the end of our training, Jason snapped a few photos with my Iphone.  He couldn't believe how much leaner I have gotten since we last trained a year ago.  He asked me what my secret is.  I told him, eating on time, clean foods, and drinking tons of water.  I remember when Romeo used to help prep me for my first bodybuilding show, he told me to force the water in, and I will get better pumps.  He was right.  For an athlete of my size, I need to drink at least 1.5-2.0 gallons of water a day. 

Happy training everyone!

Thursday, December 20, 2012

Home from my Travels

I just returned from London, Amsterdam, Frankfrut and Zurich, and I am settling in back to my home in Albuquerque, New Mexico after an endless summer in San Diego.  I loved San Diego so much, I did not want to leave!  A  few of my good friends live there, and it was a very difficult thing for me to do, but I just have to remind myself that the very nature of life, particularly my life, is that everything is temporary.  I am very nomadic in spirit and mind and I always seem to know just when it is time to move on to the next chapter of my life.  I accomplished my goals while I was there, and that was to get in leaner condition as well as film lots of content for Goddess of Fetish. 

Being away from home for an extended period of time always serves as a reminder that my home is my sanctuary, where I can get into my zone, cook my own food, eat and sleep when I want, on my own clock, and no one else's!  I certainly dance to the beat of my own drum, that is for sure!  I had a bit of a cold/cough upon my annual journey to Europe, and I am finally feeling better, with about 90% less coughing.  I hate it when I have those uncontrollable frenzies of coughing, which has kept me up a few nights.  My voice was nearly gone and my words barely came out.  My cure is to drink lots of water and also to sweat it out in the steam room and sauna, flushing my body of toxins. 

Despite all the wining and dining, a very rich foods in foreign countries, I can still see my abs, and I am not by any means fatter.  I was fearing my summer of hard work would go down the drain with the late night dining and boozing in Europe, but alas, my hard won physique is still there.  And, getting better.  I think I am finally beginning to understand exactly what my body needs, and what macronutrients and supplments, if any, I will take.  I think getting older has it's benefits, and I feel like I am more fit and have a greater sense of well being than when I did when I was in my 20's. 

So, this year, 2013 is a year of hope, and fulfilled fantasies, not only for myself, but all of my fans.  I will keep you posted on my recent updates and business progressions, and personal stuff, too. 

I will be working more with Aziani Iron this year, as they do some phenomenal work, and we have a few tricks up our sleeve, too, so you have to stay tuned to The Steel Universe!  Check us out at:

Happy Holidays to all, and wishing you a safe, and pleasurable holiday season with friends and family.