Love the Challenge

Model Universe and America Champion Heath Cates literally won his first and second shows of his career! The 5'8", 175 lbs., New Mexico petroleum engineer says he's been making some serious changes to his physique. "I am still learning about these shows and love the challenge," Health explains. "I have been working on muscle mass and made some good quality gains since last year." Heath will be a television host at Model Hollywood next month.

July 24th, 2015|Categories: news|Tags: , |0 Comments

Developing My Physique

Model Universe™ Champions Heath Cates says he's training for size. "I want a full, thicker, athletic look and not just a fashion body," he explains. "I'm happy with the results and want to keep developing my physique." Heath will be a host at Model Hollywood next month.

July 14th, 2015|Categories: news|Tags: , |0 Comments

“Working My Physique”

Muscle model Brian Andraos has never competed or modeled commercially. However, the 6′, 205 lbs., 24 year old is says he’s being inundated with calls from agents, photographers, producers and promoters. “It’s really crazy,” Brian exclaims. “I just love training and working on my physique. Right now, I am in the gym twice a day, every day of the week. Really, I am so driven to gain some serious muscle and create something different.” Brian continues he’s training for Musclemania® Universe Physique Championships in June which will be his very first time on stage. “Its going to be wild, man!”

March 14th, 2015|Categories: news|Tags: , , |0 Comments

Year after Year

’14 Model Universe Top 5 finalist Melissa Darmawan thanks everyone who has supported her along the way. She says, “So grateful for the experience to spend my fitness modeling career in the US last year and to meet so many great people. I have done more shoots than I thought I would have between here in Australia and the U.S. which I’m quite touched by. My dream of being a Model by spirit and by career has come true year after year and thank you for your words of encouragement to never give up and for all the messages of how I’ve helped you along the way.”

March 14th, 2015|Categories: news|Tags: , , |0 Comments

Lifting Myths

Model Canada Champion Sally Leung addresses a common concern about weight lifting for women. She says, “You can’t look like a man by lifting weights unless you want to. I lift 5 days a week for at least 30 minutes every workout and I lift heavy weights! With cardio, your muscles are staying basically the same size and shape. The key is lifting, because you will change the shape and size of your underlying muscles. You will not look similar to a bodybuilder. What you will do is raise your resting metabolic rate, harden your muscles and shape your physique.

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With Satisfaction

’14 Commercial Model America runner-up Katie Stevens wakes up determined and goes to bed with satisfaction. She says, “If you don’t feel a buzz and get excited to reach new goals, you need to change your way of thinking. Life is meant to be lived with passion and becoming the best you! Success is the sum of small efforts repeated day in and day out.”

March 14th, 2015|Categories: news|Tags: , |0 Comments

Still in the Game

Ms. Bikini and Model America competitor Candi Alterego says as long as you wake up in the morning, you are still in the game. She says, “Once we hit that wall, we don’t quit and we don’t give up. Yes, we are tired, hungry and our minds are telling us to quit. However, we will not quit because we haven’t reached our goals!”

March 14th, 2015|Categories: news|Tags: , , |0 Comments

Step Up

’14 Ms. Bikini and Model America finalist Samatha Symes is nervous of her goals for this year. She says, “Can I actually do this? I’m going through a roller coaster of hesitation. Going through the time effort if I fail. You know what this means? It means I have learn to take chances and step up.”

March 14th, 2015|Categories: news|Tags: , , |0 Comments

Loving the Process

Musclemania® Paris Physique and Model Paris Champion Raqieb Bayadin hammers his back. At 5’8″, 180 lbs., he says, “I had an amazing back workout! Progress comes to those who DO. So for us, those who are willing to change their body have to train and train. Depending on secret techniques will get you nowhere! But don’t forget your diet and rest. This three factors has to be in balance to have great synergy to reach your goal!”

March 14th, 2015|Categories: news|Tags: , , |0 Comments