Else entered her first show in 2001, and ended up winning seventh place at the World Championships. In 2005, just before her Ms Fitness World Championships, she tore her Achilles tendon and had to put her goals on hold. She was in a wheelchair for several months, but with rest and patience she managed to get back on stage the next year. In September of 2006, Else returned to the World stage, where she took 5th place.
Else continues to compete in fitness to this day.
She has won the Fitness World Championships three times and has competed in International fitness competitions over fifty times. She has also helped and inspired many athletes on their journey.
We know we “should” exercise.
We may even want to exercise or at least we say so, but by the time we carve out an hour, get in our workout clothes, drive to the gym, come home, shower, and get dressed, it is just too much. It’s enough to make you not even want to try, right?