Kelli Allison Stack is an American ice hockey forward. She was born on the 13th of January 1988 in Cleveland, Ohio, United States. The daughter of Ken Stack and Nancy Stack, she is the sister of Kevin Stack and Kim Stack. She is a member of the United States women’s national ice hockey team and she is known for being able to compete for the Boston College Eagles women’s ice hockey program.
Let’s take a look at Kelli’s workout routine. “Whether it’s bench press, chin-ups we usually do with 25 or 35 pounds on a weight belt, split squats, hang clean, and then just conditioning in general – I would be tired from running on a treadmill for 15 seconds for five reps when I first started,” Kelli said in an interview.
She added that there was a time when she stopped working out and it didn’t do well on her. “It definitely took the full five months for me to get all my strength back and to lean out a little bit, because I was the same weight as I was when I was playing hockey, but I wasn’t working out,” she confided. “So I should have lost probably 10 pounds of muscle, and I didn’t.”
Body Measurement (2017 – Age 29)
Height: 165 cm | 5 feet, 5 Inches
Weight: 62 kg | 137 lbs
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