Daniel Banks
Age

35

Location

Tripoli,IA

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Appearances
  • Oct
    29
    Key West Tanning & Fitness Demo

    5911 University Ave. - Cedar Falls, IA - 5:30pm-8:30pm

Regimen
  • Shoulders, Delts and Traps
  • Legs
  • Chest & Biceps
  • Back & Triceps
  • Legs(High Rep)
  • Biceps & Triceps
Playlist
  • 1. Five Finger Death Punch

    Bad Company

  • 2. Guns & Roses

    Welcome To The Jungle

  • 3. Godsmack

    Cryin' Like A Bitch

  • 4. Godsmack

    I Stand Alone

  • 5. Drake

    Over

  • 6. Drake ft Kanye West, Lil Wayne and Eminem

    Forever

  • 7. Eminem

    I'm Not Afriad

Bodybuilder & Fitness Model
Bio
Born and raised in Waterloo, IA, I grew up as the “baby” of 3 brothers. I followed my middle brother through his athletic career, participating in football and basketball. For years, I thought athletics was what everyone did. My brother did it and I thought he was “cool.” Athletics/sports came easy for me; I had that competitor mentality and strive to be the best.


Summer of ’96 was my first time touching weights. My best friend had a weight set and at the time I believed he was the strongest 16 year old ALIVE!!! He was bench pressing 225 lbs for reps while I had issue bench pressing 135 lbs for a single. Weight training was a NEW world to me and I remember on that day, I wanted to be stronger then my best friend. Within months of weight training at 6’3” 170 lbs, I put on 20 lbs of muscle and then I became stronger then my best friend. I didn’t want to stop just there…., I wanted to be the BEST, the strongest. The weight room became my second home. I entered my Sr. of high school at 190 lbs. During that time I watched my body transform along with my performance on the basketball court and football field, ultimately earning a football scholarship to the University of Northern Iowa. During my time at Northern Iowa, with intense weight training and meal plans, I put on 20 lbs of muscle within 5 years. After my collegiate career, I graduated with a degree in Criminology/Sociology and followed my childhood dream of becoming a Police Officer.



As a Law Enforcement Officer, my weight training helps me deal with the mental and physical challenges of my job. Weight training reduces my stress and keeps me in good physical condition to perform my job better. Rule #1 in Law Enforcement is to go home after your shift.

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