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Part fashion model, part athlete, the women you see posing in fitness magazines and activewear lookbooks are toned, tough, and somewhat anonymous to the average reader. Who are these girls, and how did they get to the top of the niche model heap? From a 22-year-old former cheerleader to a Fitness Magazine cover star who also dances for Prince, we talked to the most popular fitness models working today.
BuzzFeed attended the 2014 Mr. & Ms. Muscle Beach competition in Venice, Calif. It was crowded with very strong women, and we asked some of them, in a world that tells females to be delicate, why they choose to be Amazons.
1. Brittany Saenz
Why she started bodybuilding: “I love fitness. Fitness is my life.”
When people find out she’s a bodybuilder: “They’re usually like, Don’t get too muscular.”
Why she competes anyway: “It’s really about showing off your hard work.”
The journey to becoming a female bodybuilder is full of compromises. You will need to decide what you are happy with and what you would like to change about yourself. Diet and exercise play a big part in how you look. Your daily routine will consist of measuring food, cooking, eating and working out. If you plan on competing you will need to find a trainer to help you prepare for the contest. A lot of preparation goes into getting ready for a contest such as training, dieting, choosing the outfits you will wear onstage, picking music for a posing routine and applying your fake tan. Even if you have never been an athletic person, becoming a female bodybuilding competitor is within your reach.
Occupation: NPC Physique Competitor & Dymatize Nutrition Sponsored Athlete
Amy Rozier has always had a love for fashion and modeling. After graduating from college with a degree in Fashion Merchandising, she worked for a specialty boutique as a buyer. She was a buyer for 14 years before her career changed paths. She loved the traveling and was always excited by the models and their amazing physiques. Realizing her own potential, she decided to quit her full-time job. She soon became a successful figure and fitness model competitor. Continue Reading…
In the words of Arnold Schwarzenegger— an Olympia winner himself— when personal trainer Lisa Giesbrecht took to the stage of the prestigious bodybuilding competition in 2012, one thought occupied her mind: I’ll be back.
Next month, the Victoria, B.C., personal trainer will realize that dream when she returns to Las Vegas for her second attempt at claiming the title of Ms. Olympia at the international bodybuilding event made famous by Schwarzenegger, who held the title of Mr. Olympia for seven years.
“It’s like the Olympics of bodybuilding,” she told Metro. “This is the highest. You can’t go higher than this.”
At the 2014 CBBF (Canadian Body Building Federation) Bikini, Figure, Fitness and Physique Championships held in Edmonton on July 5th, the soon-to-turn 44-year-old Bindibindi Bains took home first place in Masters Figure, and this is the third year she’s won in her category. Speaking to Can-India, Bindi, the mother of two boys aged 9 and 13, has worked hard to reach this far. She trains really hard and it shows. For example she started to train for this competition last October, gained 5 to 10 pounds of lean muscle mass, not an easy feat but she did it. She was among almost 500 who took part in the different categories in this competition and she certainly stood out. As a South Asian female body builder, she is a rare sight. There is a misconception that bodybuilders get too muscular. Bindi says, “It is your choice how muscular you want to be and how you train can determine that. There are categories that allow you to be more feminine, for example, you can enter Bikini and Figure where you don’t have to be overly muscular.”