Mon Ethos Pro Athlete Xavisus Gayden to compete in the IFBB/NPC Governor's Cup in Sacramento, California on Saturday, March 30

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SACRAMENTO, Calif., /PRNewswire/ -- Mon Ethos Pro Athlete Xavisus Gayden, who is coached by Kim Oddo who is the founder of Body By O, will travel to Sacramento, California later this month to compete at the McClellan Conference Center in the IFBB/NPC Governor's Cup event. Hosted by Spectrum Fitness Productions, the Governor's Cup bodybuilding competition is the first Spectrum event of the 2019 season and is expected to bring competitors from around the world to compete in NPC Bikini, Figure, Men's and Women's Physique, Classic Physique, and Men's Bodybuilding competitions.

Mon Ethos Pro Athlete Xavisus Gayden

Xavisus Gayden, who is currently active duty with the United States Marines, will be attending the event along with his wife and professional athlete Sarah Gayden.  Both Xavisus and Sarah will be representing both Mon Ethos Pro and their sponsor, Body By O. Body By O, developed by Kim Oddo, provides fitness regimens and supplements to top athletes in the field of professional bodybuilding. "Xavisus Gayden, who just released his own line of competition boardshorts, brings an extreme work ethic and works closely with our sponsors such as EVO Life Apparel and Liquid Sunray," says Mon Ethos President, David Whitaker.

Spectrum Fitness Productions is one of the leading IFBB Pro League event promotional companies for the past 33 years. Mon Ethos Pro is a Platinum Sponsor of all Spectrum Fitness Productions events and represents some of the top athletes competing in the sport today.

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