Irene Andersen

IRENE ANDERSEN - Wings Of Strength Brand Ambassador

First I am a mother of 3 that I raised all by myself with my mother and father that always was there for us. My children means the world to me and I’m so proud of them !

I am also an IFBB pro league professional female bodybuilder from Denmark but I live in Sweden. I qualified by winning all major competitions in Sweden and subsequently has competed in female bodybuilding at the professional level since  2006, consistently placing in the top 10. I have competed in more than 25 shows since 2006 including at least two per year in those 13 years. I strive to improve and to represent myself in this sport in a positive, professional manner.

The highlight of my career so far on stage was my 8th place at Wings of Strength Rising Phoenix World Championships 2016 !

I have been an athlete all my life: volleyball, ju-jutsu, thai and kick boxing .

I started with weight training when I was 15-16 years old and never stopped:)

My father is a black smith and raised horses so I grew up surrounded by this beautiful muscled animals .

I have an inner love and appreciation for all animals and right now I have a Doberman, 2 cats, a parrot and a snake .

My goal was always to compete on the stage of the Ms. Olympia. When that opportunity was no longer available I became the featured subject and co-producer of the documentary  film, TOO BIG FOR THE WORLD (TBFTW). This film was previewed at a WOS competition , in Hollywood, in Las Vegas and cities in Europe and was released in May 2019.

I will compete again in 2019 for the 14th consecutive year as an IFBB professional in at least two WOS sponsored shows and I’m truly appreciative for the continued support of the sport provided by Jake Wood, Wings of Strength.

Janeen Lankowski



Some of the best bodybuilders are lifetime athletes.  Take Janeen Lankowski, who started gymnastics at the advanced age of 2 ½.  She did very well at the sport and in 1988 was slated to go to the Olympics for Canada.  Unfortunately, she suffered an ankle injury and that didn’t happen.  It is an unhappy fact that there are always risks encountered by athletes engaged in really intense sports activities.


“Training in the gym at age 14 was part of my rehab program,” Janeen says.  “I was already very muscular so when I started working with weights my physique began to develop very quickly.”


Janeen spent several years muscle building in the gym and then, as a competitive athlete, began thinking about bodybuilding contests.  But an auto accident in 1999 forced her to put that ambition on hold for a few years. 


Janeen finally began competing in bodybuilding in Canada in 2003 and continued by eventually entering 14 national competitions.  Her gymnastics background gave her an advantage in winning best poser awards.


 She competed as a bodybuilder in a number of contests but at a certain point competition for female bodybuilding seems to be fading away, so she was advised by a judge to switch to physique.


“It made sense at the time,” says Janeen.  But when Jake Wood and Wings of Strength got involved bodybuilding for women went through a radical rebirth and I decided to get back to competing in that category.”


In the middle of her bodybuilding career, Janeen suffered another injury – a triceps tear in 2018 that required surgey.   Again, she worked very hard at rehabilitation and was able to achieve a complete recovery.  In fact, she developed a posing routine in which she deliberately demonstrated to the judges she wasn’t suffering from any muscle weaknesses.


On the subject of posing, Janeen thinks that many women bodybuilders – and men as well – do not take enough advantage of the fact that your posing routine allows you to draw attention of the judges to the best qualities of your physique and potentially raise you scores.  “Bodybuilding posing should not be about dancing around on stage,” Janeen believes. “It is still about presenting your physique. If you don’t hit and hold your poses, keep dancing around on stage or you simply do compulsory poses the judges have already seen you aren’t going to do anything to improve your scoring.”


Janeen’s advice regarding posing routines is that you need to work with a coach or a video camera and try to come up with poses and transitions that are other than the most expected ones.  When the judges or audience see something new, they tend to pay more attention.  “Once you have a routine,” she adds, “the idea is to practice, practice, practice.  You need to deeply imbed these movements in your muscle memory so that you execute them with grace and aesthetics.”




Shows – IFBB PRO in USA/Canada


2019 Power and Grace Olympia WOS* – *Best Poser

2019 IFBB Rising Phoenix Pro World Championship* – 8th Bodybuilding
 *2nd Best Poser 

2019 IFBB Tampa Pro* – 3rd Bodybuilding 

 *Best Poser

2019 IFBB Norfolk – 2nd Bodybuilding 
 *Best Poser
2017 IFBB Rising Phoenix Pro – 10th in Bodybuilding 
2017 IFBB Tampa Pro* – 7th in Bodybuilding 
 *Best Poser

2016 IFBB Tampa Pro – 8th in Bodybuilding 
2016 IFBB New York Pro – 16th in Physique 
2015 IFBB Ferrigno Legacy Pro – 16th in Physique 
2015 IFBB Tampa Pro – 10th in Masters Physique, 16th in Physique Open
2015 IFBB Mile High Pro – 13th in Physique 
2015 IFBB Europa Orlando Pro – 14th in Physique 
2014 IFBB Tampa Pro – 16th in Bodybuilding 
2014 IFBB Chicago Pro – 13th in Bodybuilding 
2013 IFBB Toronto Pro – 13th in Bodybuilding 
2012 IFBB Tampa Pro – 3rd in Bodybuilding 
2012 IFBB Toronto Pro – 6th in Bodybuilding 



Shows – Canada (2003-2011) Amateur




2011 IFBB North American* – Overall Masters Bodybuilding Champion – 1st in Masters Heavyweight
 *Awarded IFBB Pro card

2010 CBBF Canadian Nationals – 3rd in Heavyweight
2010 CBBF Canadian Masters Nationals – 2nd in Heavyweight
2009 CBBF Canadian Nationals – 6th in Heavyweight
2009 IFBB North American – 4th in Light Heavyweight, 9th in Masters Heavyweight
2008 CBBF Canadian Nationals – 7th in Heavyweight
2008 IFBB North American – 5th in Heavyweight
2007 CBBF Canadian Nationals – 2nd in Heavyweight
2006 CBBF Canadian Nationals – 3rd  in Heavyweight
2005 CBBF Canadian Nationals* – 2nd in Middleweight
 *Best Poser award
2004 OPA Ontario Provincial – Overall Bodybuilding Champion, 1st in Middleweight
2003 OPA Western Ontario – 1st in Lightweight
 *Best Poser award
2003 OPA Brantford – 2nd in Lightweight





Instagram      Janeen_Muscle_Coach


Facebook      Janeen Lankowski Ifbb pro


Jennifer Childress WOS Ambassador

Jennifer Lynn Childress

My name is Jennifer Lynn Childress, I was born January 26, 1987.


I am Mexican-American and Native-American born and raised in the small town of San Marcos, Texas.  My family is Catholic Mexican-America. Growing up overweight I’ve spent most of my life keeping to myself. I never thought about my body being anywhere near perfect. So, you can imagine that competing with women’s whose bodies are flawless has been daunting.

I am a strong Christian and a passionate follower of Jesus Christ. I always felt the love and joy in my heart that only The Holy Spirit can give you. Having great faith has given me big dreams.In my heart I have a passionate desire to influence young girls who are just like myself.

I competed in my first Body building competition 2016 in Houston Tx. The Texas Cup was one of the biggest shows in Texas. I placed 3rd in the open. Which means I competed with the experienced competitors. These girls had years under their belts. I qualified to move on to NATIONALS that year. My husband Jimmy Childress is my coach/trainer. We went back to the drawing board. We had to make a decision if going to NATIONALS was an option for us the following year.

After contemplating long and hard we both decided and i said ” If God wants me on that stage than I will be there!!”. So I trained HARD to gain muscle thickness and strength for 7 months. During that time I was 10lbs away from the squat world record which was 440lbs.  After along and exciting offseason it was time for 20 weeks of dieting for Nationals in Miami. I placed top 5 in the Nation !!  At my second show ever, everyone said “that was unheard of”.

I praised God for my win, i knew he was the only one who could give me the strength, courage, discipline, will power and restraint to have gone that far.

I started off my competitions competing in Women’s Physique.

I will be moving up to women’s Bodybuilding. My husband and I feel that after the last 3 years of competing that my frame is more suitable for Women’s Body Building. I out weighed my fellow competitors by 30lbs on stage and not getting the outcome I hoped for. I am EXTREMELY excited and nervous to join the beautiful and very muscular Body Building women on stage. I respect The Wings of Strength women tremendously and look up to them.

I am know laser focused on becoming a Body Building Pro. Once I win my Pro card I will transfer over to the International Federation of Body Building and Fitness (IFBB).Being a part of the International Federation of Body Builders is a dream of mine along with competing at the Rising Phoenix along with The Olympia.

Being apart of The Wings Of Strength Team is BEYOND a blessing and I am humbled to have the opportunity.

-God Bless

Jennifer Lynn Childress


2016 Texas Cup placed 3rd in the Open category

2017 National Championship Miami places 5th Women’s Physique class C

2018 National Championship Miami placed 6th Women’s physique

Battle on the Bay Corpus Christi Tx placed 1st and over all Women’s Physique

2019 USA’s Las Vegas placed 4th

Jessica Martin

INSTAGRAM:  Jessimartin1815


Vital stats

Born: September 5, 1977

Location: Portland, OR USA

Height: 5’5”

Off-Season Weight: 195-200lbs

Competition Weight: 155-165lbs

Hi – my name is Jessi Martin.  In 2012, I wanted to find a way to lose a little weight and find some stress relief from my day job.  As a result, I joined a local gym.  What I found in that gym was a whole lot more than what I came looking for. With no athletic background, I discovered how incredible it felt to get moving, sweat, achieve goals and gain strength I never thought possible. After the first year, I lost over 80lbs and gained confidence, strength and a passion for bodybuilding.

I love bodybuilding because it has transformed me both inside and out. It has given me the most priceless gift: confidence in myself.  Bodybuilding is the foundation for how I live my life.  The principles I’ve learned in bodybuilding (things like patience, consistency, discipline, and grit) I apply in all areas of my life, as a mom, boss, sister and employee.


In 2018 I attended the Wings of Strength Rising Phoenix / Arizona Pro as a spectator.  It was such an exciting event that showcased incredibly hard working and amazing women.  After that, I knew I wanted to compete on the big stage with the best of the best.  So, I set my plan in action in the hopes of qualifying.  In May of 2019 I competed in the Puerto Rico Pro and thrillingly, yet unexpectedly, took first place.  Because it was my first contest in the bodybuilding division, I wasn’t sure where I stacked up with some of the most seasoned athletes.  Winning was of course an awesome experience.  However, getting to meet some of the women that have and continue to inspire me was truly the “cherry on top.” I enjoy being a role model for other women, encouraging them to find their inner – and outer – strength, power and confidence through bodybuilding.


This year, I was ecstatic to find out I was selected as a Wings of Strength Ambassador.  It gives me the opportunity to not only be a part of an organization that supports women’s bodybuilding, but also contribute to this sport in a way that is larger than just myself.  The mission of Wings of Strength aligns with my personal values. Bodybuilding for everybody. People like me.  People who start out needing to lose weight. People who have regular day jobs.  People who have families to raise. People who have fitness goals. People who are passionate about this sport!


A sincere thank you to the Wings of Strength organization, my family, friends and fans for your support of me personally and for keeping bodybuilding for everybody!


Xoxoxo – Jessi


Competitive record – IFBB

2019 Rising Phoenix World Championships

2019 Puerto Rico Pro – 1st Place

2017 San Antonio Pro

2017 Arctic Pro – 3rd Place Women’s Physique

Competitive record – npc

2016 USA’s Las Vegas – 1st Place and Overall WPD

2016 Pacific Coast Championships – 1st Place and Overall WPD

2015 Emerald Cup – 5th Place Open Figure, 3rd Place Masters Figure

2014 Seven Feathers – 1st Place Open Figure,1st Place Masters Figure

2014 Oregon Ironman – 2nd Place Open Figure, 3rd Place Masters Figure

2014 Vancouver Natural – 1st Place and Overall Masters Figure

2014 Oregon State Championships – 3rd Place Open Figure, 3rd Place Masters Figure

2013 Northwest Championships – 2nd Place Open Figure, 2nd Place Masters Figure

2013 Seven Feathers – 4th Place Open Figure, 5th Place Masters Figure

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