If there is one thing the couple wants to clear out is the fact that they aren’t being cocky. In Buck’s words, “If someone were to say to me that I’m vain, there’s two responses: if they were being smart about it, I would tell them to take off their shirt and I’ll take off my shirt and I would ask them to repeat what they just said.”
Buck and Michelle also deny taking any steroids to get their body. But they aren’t against the people in their circle who do. “I don’t judge people who take steroids,” Buck said of the issue. “It’s talked about a lot in the inner circles of bodybuilding. I mean I don’t disagree with it and feel it’s a huge part of what the sport is.”
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Aside from their fitness regime, the couple weren’t hesitant to admit that they splurge on manicures and pedicures together. Their more than $5,000 a month expenses included (but not limited to) the following: competition outfits, hair and nails, tanning, gym memberships, organic food, supplements, competition coaches, and finally registration and hotels for when they sign up to formally compete.
“I have a manicure and pedicure every two weeks and a haircut every Monday and Friday,” Buck said. “I regularly go to get a tan and I have a posing coach I go and see to help with competition poses.”
This is something that works well with Michelle, who admires men who value the importance of their own appearance.
These two are clearly made for each other, following in each other’s obsession for all things healthy and fit. Buck has said, “If Michelle wasn’t into bodybuilding, there’s no way we’d be able to be married or be together. I’m very blessed to have found a wife who is the spitting image of me—but a female version.”
Michelle can’t help but agree too. “Who wouldn’t want an eight pack and a small waist with a nice butt and legs. We’re different, we stand out. I have yet to see a jacked couple like us.”