Tina Smith and Bob Bell

Natural Bodybuilding’s Power Couple

Tina Smith and Bob Bell WNBF Pro USA INBF California Natural Muscle Mayhem Gatorz EyewearRetired WNBF Professionals Bob and Tina have promoted events in California since 1998.

In 2014 they, along with Nancy Andrews, assumed ownership of the World Natural Bodybuilding Federation.

Bob’s education and lifelong participation in sports, including collegiate football, set the stage for his career in bodybuilding; he holds a B.S. in Exercise Physiology and an Adapted Physical Education teaching credential. He started competing in bodybuilding in 1997, achieving professional status in 2000. He was a finalist in WNBF Pro events in 2001 and 2002. As Vice President of WNBF, Bob overseas the stringent drug-testing policies, one of the hallmarks of the organization.

Tina is particularly well suited for the position of WNBF Secretary, with a strong combination of education, athletic ability, and professional experience:  Tina is a school psychologist with M.A.’s in psychology and educational administration.  A lifelong sports enthusiast, she played tennis in college.  She started bodybuilding in 1996, and gained WNBF professional status in 1997.

Bob and Tina work to educate high school students about the dangers of performance enhancing drugs, and the important of fitness and a healthy lifestyle, often presenting to high school sports teams and Physical Education classes about these issues.

Their bodybuilding events offer the highest pro prize awards and consistently draw large audiences.  They are very well organized and athlete-centered, providing posing and pre-contest preparation classes to help contestants understand the myriad details that are required to effectively compete in bodybuilding and fitness events.


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About the Author:

An athlete since high school, Bob started bodybuilding in 1997, achieving WNBF Pro status in 2000. His degree in Exercise Physiology and leadership and event promotion skills lend professional experience in his role as WNBF Vice President in charge of the organization's stringent drug-testing policies.