Fitness Bikini Model
We are bombarded with photos of beautiful people everywhere. While standing in line at the grocery checkout or just waiting for your turn to get a haircut, it is a sure thing to bet that a fitness bikini model is smiling at you from the cover or page of a magazine. The first thing that goes into your mind is, “I wish I have a body like that.” A lot of women would probably have that in mind as well.
It is understandable that when faced with a picture of a perfect-looking body in top shape, most women will think that such a vision is made possible with the help of airbrushing and PhotoShop. Surely, that lean yet feminine physique with just a hint of perfectly shaped muscles is too good to be true. The fact is, having a body like that is possible and attainable.
Becoming a fitness bikini model
Most fitness models were former gymnasts, athletes, fitness trainers, or have jobs in the fitness industry. The top fitness models parlay their success in modeling into writing books, appearing on television, becoming a trainer to movie stars or musicians, or appear as a motivational speaker in wellness seminars. The fitness lifestyle isn’t the exclusive domain of these people though. It would be a surprise to many when they realize that models in the fitness world come from more diverse backgrounds. Some were or still keep their day jobs as IT professionals, lawyers, graphic designers, and so on.
What connects all these women together is, first and foremost, the desire to live a healthier life. Tosca Reno, a famous fitness personality, even started at a point where a lot of women are in now – overweight and a bit depressed about their figure, not to mention that she was 40 years old at that time.
This just means that anyone can get fit and even eventually be a bikini model (if that is what you like) or enter a fitness competition to show off your new tone body and looking amazing on stage wearing your competition bikini. It all starts with the desire, followed by doing healthy activities, and deliberately maintaining that healthy lifestyle once obtained. The simple act of going to the gym or using one’s treadmill again or going out for a walk is a good start. Then, make sure that you do this regularly even for just a few minutes every day. As you slowly start to lose weight, build up on your achievement by eating a healthy diet. Do not pressure yourself to lose weight fast. In fact, the ideal rate is just a manageable one to two pounds per week. A slow yet steady weight loss will not result in stretch marks. If you want to take fitness into the next level, getting a personal trainer is recommended.