Smoking-hot Tessa is a sporty girl who loves to stay active. She is happiest when she has adrenaline running through her veins, and her devotion to being fit shows in her toned, taut, beautiful body. When she’s cooling down from a busy day she says there is nothing she likes more than to curl up with a good book. She is a fun, pleasant girl who knows how to give a man a good time.

“There’s nothing I like more than to get a good sweat going,” Tessa says. “I love to feel the machine that is my body, doing what it was meant to do. I like to put myself through my paces. Exercising my body and pushing myself to the limit makes me feel alive. Whether I’m stretching, or doing yoga, or engaging in some other sport, doesn’t matter. I mean, I like competition. I like being able to pit myself against a person but also e part of a team. And any sport that gets me moving and sweating is fine with me. I like to play softball, but I like doing other things, like bowling. And of course I’ll also get out and run sometimes. It’s all about getting your heart rate up and just feeling alive.”


Age 20
Height 5’3″
Hair Blonde
Ethnicity Caucasian
Orientation Bi-Sexual
Rate $750

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Tessa is also no stranger to the euphoria of the runner’s high. “I think walking, jogging, and running all have their place,” she says. “But really, most everything you need to do can be done with walking. I see people out walking sometimes and I want to tell them, keep it up. If I can’t do anything at all, I can still walk. It’s just great to get your body moving and put yourself out there, you know? Don’t just sit. Don’t let the world pass you by. Become a part of the world and feel what it’s like to get warm and be active.”

“I do need to calm down from it all and have some time for myself, though,” she admits. “That’s when I like to curl up with a book. That’s how I disengage at the end of a long day. It’s a great way to kind of center yourself and find yourself again. When you take the time to find that center, you can achieve great things. It’s like a reset for your brain. We all need to rest and refresh sometimes. It’s very human.”