Morgan's Story

It was a goal on my bucket list, something I aspired to do but didn’t really know if I had in me to accomplish.

My goal initially was simply to get up on stage and compete. I’ve done that now and love the feeling of achievement; all the hard work, sweat and tears that go into comp prep and being able to stand up and express that sense of achievement with pride and confidence.
What result did you achieve?

I placed 2nd and 3rd in my divisions in ICN and top 10 for my divisions in WBFF. I hope to place top 5 for my next WBFF comp.

“The biggest challenge for me was being organized and tracking my food. I love training so that has been the easiest aspect of the journey, what challenging is being totally accountable for what goes in my mouth.”

"This journey has been incredibly healing, grueling, scary, necessary, and so much fun! It started when I was at a low coming out of a breakup and still mourning the passing of my mum."

"To start with the biggest challenge was training but having a routine to stick to gave me focus and started to build my drive.
With the drive and routine, I started to progress in strength which built my confidence."

Fitting in training, meal prepping and tracking my food as well as running my business has been a big challenge. I’m not going to lie, comp prep is time-consuming; physically, mentally and emotionally so finding a balance between my fitness goals and my work has been challenging.

"Setting the intention to compete was scary at first because there was no hiding in my doubts and fears around being good enough to get up on stage but I look back and have no regrets and I actually feel so motivated to keep pushing, experimenting and setting new health and fitness goals to work towards."


I have now more confidence and trust in myself.

I now know I’m capable of achieving anything I set my mind to and understand the value of consistent, hard work if you want a result or to change your mind set and body. I value and love myself more.

I have learned so many things!

Firstly, what you put in you get out.
If I train half-assed I’ll get half-assed results.

If I don’t track my food; I’ll risk an unwanted number on the scales.
At the end of the day, I am totally accountable for my results.
That’s very empowering but annoying at times when I know I’ve slackened off and have no one else to blame but myself.

To connect with an army of like-minded women and a power couple Hattie and Nick, supporting you, all working towards a similar goal is inspiring! I have had so much fun catching up with the SMP girls during comp prep at the posing workshops and shoots we’ve done.

There have been lots of laughs!

Hattie’s full of energy, inspiring and no bull shit!

She expects the best from you, motivates you to train hard and push through your excuses. There have been times when I’ve fallen off track and I’ve looked for her to validate my bull shit but she has pulled me up every time! If you want to work to become the best version of yourself, to get training and personal development coaching by a world number one then I would highly recommend Hattie to coach you.

"I would highly recommend this experience if you feel like you’re in a rut and want to change for the better."

Morgan is a really amazing Osteopath. If you need some body work and you live In North Sydney check her out at

 Right now I'm under two weeks from the WBFF World Tittles so there is no entry into The Sports Model Project.

There will be 10 spots available in September but they will go to girls who are on my waiting list and have been vetted and confirmed by my team.

Click this link and you can apply.

Love and Light
Hattie xoxoxo

#1 Miss World WBFF Fitness Diva

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