Team Evogen couldn’t be prouder of its rising star Lauren Findley. This past June she competed in the NPC South Jersey Championships and brought home not only a win in her class, but also the over win for figure across all classes. Lauren brought a balance of great lines, symmetry, and aesthetics to the stage.

Even better, she was able to achieve victory in her first competition under the guidance of master physique coach and Evogen CEO Hany “the Pro Creator” Rambod. These days Hany has cut down his massive client base to focus on a handful of elite physique athletes and promising up-and-comers like Lauren. With hard work and consistency, Lauren brought an amazing overall look to the stage under his watchful eye.

Lauren had been a disciplined athlete long before she become a national level Figure Competitor. As a former D1 college track star, Lauren’s training doesn’t just involve slinging around weights in the gym; she often enjoys brutal HIIT workouts at the track. Stay tuned as Evogen ramps up her training for her next competition.

Q. When did you start working out?

A. 2014

Q. How did you get interested in competing?

A. I was a D1 athlete in college, and when I graduated I wanted to stay in shape and continue competing.

Q. What do you do for a living?

A. I work in business.

Q. What are your favorite exercises?

A. DB shoulder press, stiff leg dead lifts, and Bulgarian split squats.

Q. What is your favorite body part?

A. Shoulders!

Q. What was the first equipment you trained on?

A. Uh, Planet Fitness Equipment…lol.

Q. When did you realize competing was your passion?

A. The first time I stepped on stage.

Q. What do you do to prepare for a show?

A. I take it one day at a time, stay focused and stick to the plan.

Q. How do you take advantage of the offseason?

A. Heavy focus on nutrition, and pushing my limits in all of my lifts. Staying consistent is key.

Q. Who is your inspiration in this sport?

A. Nicole Wilkins, Swann DeLarosa, Candice Lewis-Carter.

Q. How has competing enhanced your life and how do you/will you use it to improve the life of others?

A. Competing has taught me discipline, and that if you want something, you must work your ass off to get it.

Q. What advice would you give to others that want to break into competing?

A. Only do it if you’re prepared to give 110% everyday.

Q. What advice do you have for others interested in getting involved with a brand like Evogen?

A. Post informative content online, be knowledgeable of supplements and fitness in general, and be genuine.

Lauren Findley's Training Split

DayBody Part(s) Trained
1Back
2Glutes + Hamstrings
3Chest + Shoulders
4Quads
5Glutes + Hamstrings
6Back or Shoulders
7Rest

Birthdate: April 21, 1991
Height: 5’2”
Weight: 116 pounds
Birthplace: Hallstead, Pennsylvania
Current residence: Langhorne, Pennsylvania
Career highlights:
2017: NPC South Jersey Championships 1st Class A and Overall