There’s a lot of girls that step onto the WBFF stage,
and win their Pro card first go.
But it’s not ALWAYS that way.
And definitely I speak for myself and for the WBFF Pro Divas in SMP as well.
Take our client turned coach @nathaliaburmann, for example.
It took her competing for years, falling pregnant, taking the time away from stage.
2 and a half years later, she joined SMP,
competed again, and finally won her Pro card.
But even before that, she started her journey as an athlete at 16 as a volleyball player in Brazil.
@sarahezalud our US-based coach, who started her journey as an athlete all the way back in high school, didn’t get her Pro card until her 3rd competition.
@jamiecosta, our Strength & Conditioning Coach, just earned her Pro card on her 4th show after years and years of training as an athlete, working as a PT, and studying the science of exercise.
And then there’s me -
It took me years to become a Pro athlete.
I did shows back-to-back in different parts of the world before I won my Pro and earned my world titles.
I was an amateur for a long time.
And I actually appreciate that…
Here’s the thing:
No one was born a pro.
Nobody earned it overnight.
Day IN and day out YOU earn that title for yourself.
What does being a Pro mean?
It means being in the ring.
Being knocked about.
Not always winning.
Not always getting what you want.
It’s actually very healthy to not get to where you want the first go.
Maybe you need a little bit more time under the bar.
A greater training age.
Maybe you need more practice,
Learning about food and understanding yourself.
Or maybe you need more time in the saddle, in general.
You being devoted to YOU.
That’s what we help you do at SMP.
Our process has been used by thousands of women we coached in the last decade to get from a girl with a dream to a girl with a Pro card.
We will help you identify what you need to focus on to get to the next step, and the next step, and the next step.
Until you finally leave amateur behind and become a pro.
Love & light,
SMP Coaching Team