Bethany Kludt’s Tips for College Students to Spend Time with Their Family

Bethany Kludt is a college student studying for her nursing degree. When she is not studying, she often finds time to go home and visit her parents. Her parents live a couple hours away, so it is easy to make the trip frequently. She enjoys her mother’s cooking and spending time with her parents playing golf or watching movies. While many students spend their weekends on campus partying, Kludt takes the time to re-connect with her parents. She believes that the relationships between her and her parents is going to last forever and is more important than any relationship formed at a weekend party. That is why she prioritizes her weekends for her parents.

Bethany Kludt

Kludt also likes to spend time with her extended family as well. Her grandmother lives in Kentucky and is a die-hard University of Kentucky basketball fan. Whenever Kludt has extended time off, she will drive to Kentucky and visit her grandmother and watch a basketball game on the television. Her aunt and uncle also live in Kentucky and these weekend hangouts often turn into mini family reunions.

One piece of advice that Kludt likes to share with people is that while friends come and go, a family is going to be there forever. This is why her family is so important to her. Being in college is one of the greatest times for a young adult, students will learn to be independent and start to figure out a career, but for Bethany Kludt, it is also a time to be with family and keep strengthening the roots that hold families together.


How Bethany Kludt Trains for Her Bikini Competitions

Ever since she was a child, Bethany Kludt was into fitness. She started with BMX bike riding and then quickly turned to gymnastics and golf. However, it was when she entered college when Kludt find out about bikini competitions. These competitions are a form of physique contests, and the first time Kludt saw a contest, she was hooked.

For Kludt, she admired the strong and feminine physique of these women. Kludt had lifted weights in high school and was in good shape in her opinion, so Kludt decided to enter a local competition.

In the ensuing twelve weeks, Kludt dedicated herself to her studies and her training. Often she would wake up at five in the morning to spend at least an hour if not longer on the treadmill before her classes began. After finishing the days’ schoolwork, she would go back to the gym and lift weights. This routine would happen six days a week. During those days, she would train every major muscle group in her body. Aside from the exercise, Kludt would adhere to a strict diet that resulted in fat loss without losing muscle.

Bethany Kludt
Bethany Kludt

At the end of twelve weeks, Kludt was ready for her first competition. She had bought a new competition bikini with some of her money that she made while waitressing and had her hair and makeup done by a friend before the contest. Those ten minutes she was on stage were exhilarating. She had an instant rush of adrenaline when she stood up in front of the crowd and was proud to be competing against such a group of healthy women. Although she did not win the competition, she did win because she was in the best shape of her life. Kludt knew she was hooked. What she had accomplished in the past twelve weeks was astonishing. Kludt loved that feeling of being healthy and being able to push her body to a place where she did not think it could go. She immediately signed up for another contest two months away.

After her second bikini contest, Kludt will have to take a break from the sport. She is studying to become a registered nurse and has to concentrate her time on her classes so that she can graduate. However, she does not rule out returning to bikini competitions once she becomes a registered nurse and can dedicate more time to the sport. For Bethany Kludt, she has found a sport in bikini competition that can cater to her competitive attitude and push her body to a place she had never imagined.