Interviews

Where are you from and can you tell us more how you got into modeling? I am originally from Europe. I was born in Budapest/Hungary and grew up in Germany. A few years back I decided to move to the U.S. on my own. I’ve always wanted to get into modeling for the purpose of inspiring others. How I got started was through my best friend here who used to model and helped me to get started by connecting me to other people in the industry.

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Where are you from and can you tell us what your life was before you got into fitness? Growing up I was very active and participated in a lot of different sports. In high school and college I fell into the party scene. I will leave that part of my life as a learning experience and that I’m glad it’s over. Luckily I found fitness an an outlet when I was 21 and changed my life for the better.

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Describe us your biggest mistake you were making when you just got into fitness? Doing CrossFit for 3 years because Olympia style weight lifting isn’t meant to do multiple repetitions in a short period of time, which can lead to injuries that I’ve encountered and seen. Most importantly I loss a tremendous amount of muscle size due to high intensity, over training WODS that CrossFit is known for.

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What keeps you going and what tips can you give others on keeping the right mindset? I really love the idea that my body can be a canvas and through proper training and nutrition I can create a work of art that I love. If I want fuller delts, I can train for that; rounder glutes, I can train for that, tighter midsection….well, I have to diet for that. Its empowering! If you can conquer your flesh, you can conquer almost anything!

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Derina Wilson
Interviews

What is your secret behind your flexible and powerful moves? They are just flawless. Well… I was always flexible, hyper mobile I would say. It has it’s ups and downs. I have been practicing and I am a certified Yoga & Pilates instructor for the past 15 years. I used to focus more on the physical aspect as it was very similar to gymnastics and I always loved to practice the more advanced postures.

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Tristan Murray
Interviews

Describe us your biggest mistake you were making when you just got into fitness? That is a good question. I would say that my biggest mistake was not believing in myself. I didn’t knew that that I have what it takes to be a champion! I listened to my doubters, instead of listening to myself and it was definitely my biggest mistake. Don’t question yourself, don’t care about the doubters and just keep going, period!

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Kristine Duba
Interviews

What keeps you going and what tips can you give others on keeping the right mindset? The number one thing that keeps me going are my goals. I have set specific short term and long term goals that I want to achieve and I remind myself of those goals every single day. This helps me stay focused and push past my limits no matter how exhausted I am.

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Clare Mortimer
Interviews

Where are you from and can you tell us how got into fitness? I am from Perth, WA. I got into fitness a few years ago just trying to get some shape. At the time I was struggling with anxiety and depression and it didn’t take long for me to realize that exercising and eating clean was actually helping me overcome it! Since then I have been a 100% gym junkie every week day and weekend.

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Benefits of Honeydew
Nutrition

Younger looking skin! Honeydew melon is an excellent source of vitamin C – an antioxidant vitamin that helps to boost levels of collagen – the protein that gives skin its youth and firmness. Vitamin C also plays an important role in the function of the immune system and may help to protect against colds and flu bugs during the long winter months. It even helps with iron absorption.

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Sigrid Bye Skille
Interviews

Where are you from and can you tell us what your life was before you got into fitness? I’m a girl from North Cape in Northern Norway. I have done a lot of sports (football, handball, gymnastics, swimming) in my childhood, but I got sick at the age of eleven. With many years without training with my teammates I was a bit behind the others and didn’t find joy with the sports like before.

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Maddie Sparkle
Interviews

How did you become involved in pole? Where did you learn? The first time I had even heard about pole dancing was from a friend who wanted to try out a class. I was actually not very interested in the beginning. I only went along to keep my friend company. After my very first class I remember the instructor doing a little performance for us and being completely mesmerized.

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J.J. Watt
Lifestyle

During Houston’s Week 3 loss to the New England Patriots, J.J. Watt re-injured his back. Watt is now expected to be sidelined for an extended period of time, perhaps even for the rest of the season. But the hope is that he can return for a late-season playoff run. The 27-year-old star missed the entire preseason after undergoing surgery to repair a herniated disk in late July.

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Diana Levy
Interviews

Where are you from and can you tell us what your life was like before you got into modeling? Well, I was born in Caracas, Venezuela. Been living in Miami all my life tho. I went to school for criminal justice and while I was going to school I was working as a Hooters-Girl. Modeling just happened, it fell on my lap thanks, to that job.

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Steph Pacca
Interviews

Where are you from and can you tell us what your life was before you got into fitness and started modeling? I’m from Australia, based in Perth and Sydney. Before I got into the fitness industry, I was at Uni, studying Exercise & Sports Science combined with Exercise Physiology – but in saying that, I was 100% a gym junkie before I even started studying.

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Summer Abs
Training

The first thing that you need to do, is to adjust your diet. Why? You need to get rid of the fat that surrounds your muscles so your abs can be seen, in order to do this, you need to create a calorie deficit in your daily nutritional intake.
So if your maintenance calories are 2800 daily which are then made up of Protein/carbs/fats you need to reduce your total calorie intake below 2800 this can be done very slowly or drastically depending on your goal.

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Amanda Bo
Interviews

You have great Inks on your body. Are they telling any kind of a story and if, what story is it? I don’t have a deep emotional story like most people do about their tattoos. I was 21 and dated a tattooer, and you know when you’re 21 you think you’re bulletproof and the world could end any day. I stood on top of a table and he drew the leg sleeve on with a sharpie then tattooed over it.

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