I generally write about nutrition, supplements, training, and other topics that are more scientifically based than subjective topics, such as what is covered in this article, people who follow my stuff. I decided to shuck my science geek persona, and write on a topic I know will be helpful to thousands of would be and want to be fitness models.Why am I writing what some will perceive as a “hard core” article, as well as a well-known “fluff” science based no BS writer? Over the years, I have gotten hundreds, perhaps thousands, of gals who ask me “how do I become a fitness model Will? You have been in the business a long time, surly you of all people should know.” via email, letters, or in person?If you wish to learn more about this, visit Rock Fitness.
You’ve been in the business for a long time, surly you should know of all people. “breakin”break in.The reality is that I have been in the fitness, health, and bodybuilding biz for a long time, and although I am known as a “guru” type based on science and nutrition, I have trained many fitness athletes and judged fitness and figure/bikini shows for the NPC, Fitness America, Fitness USA, and other federations as well as provided marketing and business advice to all kinds of athletes, including fitness models. So, it’s not as far as it might seem that I’m going to use this space to cover a non-scientific subject, which is how you’re going to be a model of fitness.
This article will be helpful for both experienced and novice types who want to “break in” the biz. If you are already a professional and successful fitness model, I am sure you may still glean some useful information from this article.First of all, the bad news is that there is no way to become a successful fitness model. There is no single path or secret to magic. However, there are some key things a person can do to significantly improve their chances of “making it” as a model in the fitness biz, and maybe use that success as a launch pad for greater things, such as movies, TV, etc.