Fitness Photography can mean many things. You work hard to stay fit. Whether you bench 50 lbs or 150 lbs, it's nice to document your progress with some cool fitness photographs. Now Daniel works hard, really hard as you can see in the photographs. You don't have to be a pro bodybuilder to get fitness photos, like I said, show off your hard work, you deserve it! Brian does a great job at fitness photography, give us a call!
Here is Daniel's story. Pretty impressive.
My name is Daniel J Jacobucci JR or as everyone calls me "DJ". I'm 32 years old and a career firefighter/paramedic as well as own My own personal training company called Upgraded Industries. I've always been involved in physical activity or adrenaline based sports such as motocross, sportbike racing, wrestling, Brazilian jiu-jitsu, boxing, and mixed martial arts. I didn't become obsessed with bodybuilding until 2012 when after multiple discussions/ arguments with my now ex-wife ended my mixed martial arts career after the birth of our twin boys Daniel and Dominic (7/20/11.)
I competed in my first bodybuilding show in May of 2012 which was the Mike Francois Class in Westerville Ohio. Right out of the gate I placed 5th in a huge class of over 26 guys in a national qualifying event, after that I was hooked. I learned more and more about bodybuilding and nutrition and continued to place higher and higher in national qualifying shows. After one year having done 4 shows in a row, I decided to take a break and work on some areas to create the perfect package. Well, that turned into 2 years due to life, career, children, etc. This past weekend I competed in the NPC amid Atlantic Grand Prix in Wheeling WV. I placed first in Novice light heavy and won the overall novice heavyweight class. In the open light heavyweight class, I placed 2nd by a mere point to the eventual overall show winner. I reached 99.9% of my goal I set out to do this past weekend. My next set of goals is to earn my IFBB Pro Bodybuilding card before the age of 34.