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Do I have potenial as a fitness model?

Discussion in 'Media Threads' started by Vladislav_77, May 22, 2008.

  1. Vladislav_77

    Vladislav_77 Active Member

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    Hey guys Im 17 and Ive been training since one year and 7 months now and went from 140 to 180 lbs tell me what u guys think. Do I have a chance at fitness modeling?
     

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  2. Pete5

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    Those two back shots are incredible. What does your training consist of?
     
  3. Vladislav_77

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    Hey man thanks my training consists of high volume 4-5 sets formy back I do 3 sets of deadlifts, 4 sets reverse rows, 4 sets front rows and 4 sets chin ups
     
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    My former trainer Kenny is a fitness model for Nike. His problem was that he was big. The fashion for fitness models is to look big, but not actually be big. So stay lean, and pay attention to proportion more than size.
     
  5. Vladislav_77

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    Hey thanks alot so u think I have a shot?
     
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    I have no clue what the criteria are for a fitness model...

    But if you are drug free and plan to stay that way, there is always natural bodybuilding...:nod:

    For 17 you look very well developed.
     
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    Just wondering...What are reverse rows?
     
  8. Pete5

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    Supinated rows, maybe?
     
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    I beleive its when you have your palms facing away from you. could be way off though
     
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    Lookin good bro, if thats you at 17 and you stay on track and learn more and more..... I cant imagine what you'll look like at 25. Definetly have Potential , hands down.
     
  11. Vladislav_77

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    Thanks guys for giving me motivation:) Yes reverse rows are supinated rows
     
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    You can be anything you want to be, if you work at attaining hard enough no matter how long it takes.

    There are millions who could model, and I've seen males in magazines that have no right being in there condition wise, but it's all about WHO U KNOW in this day/age, who you are gets lost in the fast paced life of modeling and gaining exposure. Finding a way to stand out a lot once u are discovered is also what I consider the "2nd step", to set yourself apart from all the others gunning for what you want.

    Gotta find your "in" and go for it.

    ~SC~
     
  13. Porter_

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    nice work, especially for being 17 yrs old. Is that a WSU Cougars helmet i spy on your wall? GO COUGS!
     
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    When you turn 18, there's no harm in submitting your photos to modeling places. The worst thing they'll do is say, "No." That raises the point where you should actually get a portfolio if you're serious about this. You could try to find a professional photographer in your area or post ads in a local college newspaper. If you find an aspiring pro photographer, they may even take your photos for free if they get permission to add them to their own portfolio (I don't suppose you're in the Boulder/Denver area .... ?). But again, due to legalities, you will probably want to wait until you're 18.
     

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