We see you nailing the workouts at the gym. Posting your gains and selfies on Instagram - with all the photos of your progress.
We see you spending thousands of dollars on getting everything right… from the food prep, the bikinis for comp day, the tans, hair, make up the whole shebang…
But when it comes time to strut your stuff, step out on stage, and show the world the hard work you put in - you look and feel like a baby giraffe… far from the supremely sexy feminine figure that you imagined in your head.
Because let's face it: when you go to HUGE efforts with your training and dieting, and you’re looking great IN THE MIRROR, and IN SELFIES… you think you’ve got the game sorted.
Then, on competition day, you rock up on stage in front of five hundred people in a bikini and all of a sudden that's when things go pear shaped.
It’s one thing to stand up in front of a TON of people in a bikini who are all specifically tasked with critiquing and judging your body…. It’s another thing altogether do to it with confidence, elegance and femininity.
I know all this because that's what I was like at the start… it was scary as hell and intimidating. With my first step on stage I felt like I forgot how to walk properly and I posed like a body builder.
It was clunky, awkward, and not what I was going for AT ALL. There’s nothing worse than watching back your posing on video and it looks NOTHING like the idea you had in your head.