Submitted By Timothy Rigby, M.A., NSCA-CPT
UFE is proud to present the third in our ongoing series of athlete profiles, in which we share the unique stories of a few chosen exceptional competitors. Our first two installments featured UFE Pros Kimberly Fry and Adam Wilks, and in this third profile we return to the women with an account of the story of UFE Pro Julie Adamson.
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