Thursday, 10 January 2013

Fitness Model Poses

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Fitness Model Poses Biography

To make a long story shorter, I have been competing in fitness/figure for 6 years, but have always been a sports lover. My first year, or should I say, my first show was 'just to see if I liked it'. Thanks to my dear and heart filled friends Terry Goodlad and Carla Viberg, I went from no experience to winning my first two shows, Western Canadian Naturals in Kelowna and BC Championships in Burnaby in 2000, weighing in at 123 lbs, and now being hooked into fitness. Terry taught me everything. Now when I say everything, that isn't an understatement, it is all true. Terry covered my training techniques and dieting to how to walk in my heels and posing. The demonstrations were priceless!! Carla lent me all her suits and bikinis and taught me holds and strength moves.Now, I train year round for the Worlds, Pro Fitness Modeling and new to me this year - Bodybuilding and Figure. Today, I will weigh in at about 140 lbs. Quite a change from 123lbs! I am fortunate in having a gymnastics back ground as an athlete and National level Coach. To tell you the truth, the hardest part of being a fitness athlete for me was the stage facial expressions and walking for the first time in those shoes!  My newest passion is training in martial arts, focusing on Ninjutsu, Modern Arnis and Natural Spirit JKD.Presently, I am living in Calgary. I am fortunate to be working at Archer's Personal Training Studio with great co-workers and clients. Everyone there encourages me daily. To me this is a huge advantage. Having great support from home and at work makes preparing for a show that much more enjoyable. I am a Certified Personal Trainer and level 3 Gymnastics Coach with a Seneca College Diploma for Coaching Gymnastics at an Advanced level.Mary Luciano is an up and coming ‘celebrity’ in the raw food and national figure competition and fitness modeling industries.  Mary’s story and experiences have astounded fellow competitors, models, and individuals even in the raw food community
Along with being featured in Healing Our World, Hippocrates’ Health Institute International Magazine, and following a nearly completely raw food program, Mary placed 3rd in her very first fitness bikini competition in 2008. Within 1 year she was able to catapult herself to the top of the Figure ranks with a 5th place finish at the Ontario Provincials qualifying herself to become a National Level Figure Competitor!A raw food and fitness trainer as well as speaker, Mary has been involved in the fitness and health fields for over 20 years. After years of researching nutrition, fitness and natural health, and attempting to also overcome an autoimmune disorder she discovered the raw food ‘way of eating’ in 2002.  This has also led Mary to offering new training programs for both those who want to lead a healthier lifestyle through to high level competitors and athletes who wish to follow a raw food regime in a way that is effective, healthy, and suitable.Mary’s love and passion for healthy living is definitely contagious. With what seems like boundless energy and the inspiration to enrich her life and the lives of others, she encourages others to find their own path to wellness, think positively, dream big, and to persist.Mary holds a Master’s Degree in Education and is a teacher for the York District School Board, in Ontario, Canada. She is also a Certified Personal Trainer, Spinning Instructor and holds a Fitness and Lifestyle Management Certificate. Mary also educates others about the benefits of raw and living foods, and is a “Living on Live Food” Level 1 Chef and Raw Food Coach.Mary has been featured in international fitness magazines such as ExtraFit, Inside Fitness, Healing Our World, Xtreme Lifestyle, Pose Down and Living Foods & Natural Lifestyle where she writes about raw food, healthy living and fitness.  Her education has had a worldwide influence.Some of Mary’s further accomplishments also include.Completing the Toronto Marathon, the Niagara and Barrie Biathlons, and the Subaru Adventure Races.Many people interested in the field of modeling seem to have the misconception that it isn’t work. While the modeling industry can certainly provide for a fun and interesting work environment, modeling is still a job, like any other, and it requires hard work, dedication, and often, some measure of sacrifice. This is especially true when it comes to the targeted sports fitness market. There is definitely a call for fitness models to walk in shows, pose for magazines and websites, and even hawk consumer goods, but you have to be willing to meet certain criteria, and take the necessary steps to get noticed if you want to find work in this fitness modeling niche. So here are just a few things you’ll want to do if your professional goal is to become a fitness model.For starters, you’ve got to have the packaging down pat. As a fitness model, you should try to avoid extremes. This means you want to be healthy and display a fit physique. Those that are too skinny or too curvy may not get jobs (although other types of modeling could be more in their wheelhouse). By the same token, serious bodybuilders may not necessarily fit into the world of fitness modeling, simply because they fill a particular niche that is not considered mainstream when it comes to health and fitness. So your goal should be to stay at a healthy weight while shaving off fat and building overall muscle definition. If you can categorize yourself as athletic but still feminine and sexy, you’ll have the best shot at a career in fitness modeling.Of course, this requires dedication to a long-term health and fitness routine, so you’d better be invested in the process. You can’t just start working out when you get a job; you need to be ready to throw on a bikini or sportswear and model it at the drop of a hat. This means you’d better be committed to exercising, eating right, and living an overall healthy lifestyle before you even think about fitness modeling. Of course, keep in mind that you need a pretty face, a good smile, and a great attitude as well. While fitness modeling is mostly about the shape of your body, it’s still a competitive field, so you need an attractive face if you want to really make a go of it. Hey, it’s modeling!So once you’re in shape, how do you break into the industry?  The best thing you can do is treat it like a business rather than a lark.  You’ll want to start by getting yourself an agent and having some head and body shots done for a portfolio. Then you need to put yourself out there. This means entering all kinds of competitions, from beachside bikini contests, to online postings for viewers to judge. This is how you build up a résumé. You should also get busy networking, attending events (either as a contestant, or just to shake hands), and creating accounts on various industry websites and forums. Getting your name out there can be a lot of work, but the payoff could be a shot at your dream career.DNA Magazine calls him one of the 60 Sexiest Men Alive alongside Daniel Craig, and syndicated TV show EXTRA named him one of America’s Most Eligible Bachelors. Greg is the face of Thierry Mugler’s worldwide campaign for his Angel Men and Ice Men fragrances, and is a sponsored athlete for MET-Rx Engineered Nutrition, Under Armour Performance Apparel and Gold’s Gym. Greg has done commercials for Old Spice, Dodge Ram Trucks, ESPN, Under Armour, MET-Rx and PETA. He has also appeared in countless infomercials. Greg has starred on the big screen in The Good Shepherd (with Robert DeNiro), Terminator Salvation (with Christian Bale) and The Watchmen (as the body of Dr. Manhattan). You’ve also seen him on TV in Bravo’s Workout, HGTV’s Designed to Sell and NBC’s Days of our Lives. Before his acting and modeling career, Greg was a U.S. Army Ranger, a graduate of West Point Military Academy, a former Army captain and company commander of 184 soldiers, a two-time All-America wrestler, and a PRO-rated skydiver with more than 1500 jumps to date.Greg Plitt Biography , America’s Top Fitness Model Greg Plitt Explodes.I am Australia's only IFBB Professional athlete ranked top 10 in the world. This is what I do day in day out and with my knowledge & experience, I am confident I will help you get in the best shape of your life, achieving what you thought was never possible.
You don't have to compete to look sensational, just give me your 100% dedication and I'll lead the way! I love what I do but seeing my clients achieve amazing results brings me more satisfaction than you can imagine.This section showcases many of the ladies I have trained in the past and also current clients. Some transformations can be viewed below. I can show you how to create an amazing physique, and teach you all about eating and training correctly, to ensure you achieve optimum results and most importantly, the body you have always wanted. It's never too late to get in shape, you just need to take the first step.... I'm ready when you are! For information on my rates and packagesIf you like your men buff and a bit furry, then you’re going to love my first offering. Meet Bo Roberts, a fitness model born in 1985. You’ll never guess what Roberts did before embarking on a career in front of the camera. Bo was a cage fighter. He was discovered by a photographer while competing in a cage fighting match. I guess I’m not alone in finding those UFC fighters super sexy. Luckily for us, this stud decided to use that pretty face and ripped body of his to model instead of using it as punching bag for his opponents.Currently, Roberts is represented by Next Miami Modeling Agency. Check out a sampling of his portfolio below which includes a sultry photo shoot for DNA magazine. Be sure to check out my other hottie this week, Dmitriy Tanner, after wiping the drool off your face, checking out Bo Roberts.

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