The word dumbbell is one of those words that, when spoken in the correct context, can conjure up images of strength and confidence.
It conjures up a sense of confidence and power.
But it also conjures images of fear.
When Jacki is not being a loudmouth on TV or on Twitter, she is a professional bodybuilder.
She is the founder and owner of Olympia, a bodybuilding and fitness gym in Los Angeles, and she is the first woman in history to have won three Olympic gold medals in weightlifting.
Jacki has spoken about her fear of dumbbells on her podcast, the Jacki and Steve Show, and is now on the cover of a new book, The Art of Dumbbells.
I met with Jacki during a recent visit to her studio in Los Feliz.
In the podcast, Jacki spoke of her fear that the dumbbell would take away from her strength and her body.
I asked if she had ever thought about her fears and her fears about dumbbell exercise.
She replied, “No, I don’t.
I have never even thought about that.
I am so proud of my body, so I don