Lori Rogue


Name: Lori Rogue

Age: 34

Currently Living: San Antonio, Texas

Turn-ons: a chivalrous gentleman, a hard worker

Turn-offs: People who are rude to wait staff, bad table manners

Favorite Food: seafood or Italian

Favorite Color: neon pink, purple, turquoise, in that order haha

Favorite Music: mostly all types of rock but really just depends on my mood. I listen to pretty much everything

Favorite Books/Magazines: Sapiens. Helter Skelter. I’m not particularly a magazine fan.

Favorite Movies: still obsessed with Silence of the Lambs to this day.

Dream Vacation: Thailand or Greece

Dream Car: Porsche 911

Ambitions: getting my IFBB pro card and further building my business

Website/Facebook/IG: lrogue_physique

3 words to describe yourself: witty

What do you do for fun: hangout with my friends and family

Do you have any interesting hobbies: ride dirt bikes/quads. go shooting and bodybuilding

Pet peeves: id have to say being ignored is my biggest pet peeve. Also when someone has terrible table manners.

What is your daily routine like work, gym, more work, cook

Do you have any piercings or tattoos: I’ve had 15 piercings mostly from my teen years but I don’t wear any of them anymore other than my ears. And no tattoos yet I’m starting to get the itch.

What was the craziest thing you’ve ever done: wrecked my motorcycle doing a wheelie on the highway. I was young and dumb…haha

Best and worst pick up line a guy has used on you:
Worst: “Don’t break your ankles in those heels” (I actually get this a lot when I’m wearing high heels. Super not a good icebreaker fellas)

Best: “Do you believe in love at first sight, or should I pass by again”

What kind of guys are you in to:
Someone who makes me laugh, smart, hard-working, independent, focused, ambitious and more than anything supports my goals.

Favorite Quote:
“Hard times make strong men, Strong men make easy times, Easy times make weak men”

“Without the bitter, the sweet ain’t as sweet”

“Learning things and doing difficult tasks where you could see incremental improvements that are based on your efforts and your concentration”