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1. What inspired you to get into this industry?

In the more recent years of my life, my mental health took a serious 180 and began to become debilitating in various arenas of my life. I turned to fitness for balance and overall wellness. It has now become my passion to educate others on the seriousness of mental health as well as the importance of having a balanced lifestyle. People don’t really understand the severity of mental health nor the impact a healthy lifestyle can make on someone with mental illness. Eating the right foods and exercising is nonetheless good for everyone. You begin to value that lifestyle once become a part of it…

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THE GLOBE AND MAIL

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Fitness model Chyann works out at Element CrossFit in Mississauga, Ont. on Friday, June 9, 2017. (J.P. Moczulski/The Globe and Mail)

“If you lift heavy weights but still eat crappy foods, you’re just going to put a bunch of muscle on top of fat, so you’ll end up looking bulky,” says Garrick, who has competed, too. She placed seventh in her category last year, for example, in a competition hosted by World Beauty Fitness and Fashion Inc., a Toronto-based event organizer focused on fitness, sports and fashion.

“For me, weight training is a lifestyle that goes deeper than just wanting to look good. It’s more about having a healthy body….

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