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Ruth Ruscello-Miller - Pro Figure, Pro Master Figure
Ruth Ruscello-Miller

Ruth Ruscello-Miller - Pro Figure, Pro Master Figure

Personal: Single, 3 children

Place of Birth: Boardman, Ohio



State (residence): Ohio

Available For Posing Exhibitions and/or Seminars: Yes

Occupation: Personal Trainer and Staff Exercise Physiologist

Hobbies:Tennis, weight lifting, music, cooking, outdoor activities

Food: Italian, veal marsala

Pro Athlete Training since: 2009

Year Turned PRO: 2013

Stats: Height: 5' 6" Weight: Preshow 130 Weight: Show 122

Personal Trainer Since: 2002

Education: College Graduate

Best Body Part: Arms

Most Challenging Body Part: Thighs

Favorite Exercise: Love them all!

Traits You Admire Most In Others: Humility

Traits You Admire Most In Yourself: Discipline, determination and dedication

2016 1st place Open Tall, 1st place Overall Open (pro card) NGA
2016 2nd place Pro Masters Figure NGA

2013 1st place Masters Figure NGA (pro card)
2013 1st place Open Tall NGA
2013 4th place Open Figure INBF

2009 4th place Open Figure NPC                 

Certificates: Master’s Degree Exercise Physiology,
Certified Kickboxing and Tabata Instructor

BIO: I have always enjoyed sports, and have participated in a variety of them since my youth - starting out in gymnastics, then on to track and field, to tennis, martial arts and currently body building.  I enjoy living a healthy and fit lifestyle and helping others by training and educating them on health and fitness.  I teach a Women & Weights Seminar in order to educate women on proper lifting techniques as well as hoping to empower them to find their inner strength and self-esteem through lifting.  I believe that fitness should be fun, and I try to make sure that my clients not only work hard, but have some fun too!  If you enjoy it, you will be more likely to keep doing it! Thereby, achieving results!! Now that’s success!

Ruth Ruscello-Miller