I’m a fitness model, and I could tell you all about the great life that comes with being in shape—but I’d rather talk about how to turn yourself into one. It’s easier than you think: just build your body, build your modeling skills, and build your resume and social media following. And then do it again!

Build your body

If you want to be a fitness model, it’s important that you start by building your body.

Eat right and exercise regularly. Your body needs exercise in order to stay healthy and fit over time (and this will help build muscle, which is essential for a professional model). A good rule of thumb is that if something feels wrong or painful during or after an activity, then back off until it feels better again—don’t push through! You’ll find out what works best for YOU when it comes down to it; everyone’s different!

Get training from someone who knows what they’re doing: talk with people about their experiences with trainers/nutritionists etc., and read up on how others have done similar things before so that when/if something goes wrong (which will inevitably happen sooner or later), there are resources available online where people can get advice from others who’ve been there before them too.

Do yoga daily (or try other forms) – this helps increase flexibility which helps keep joints healthy over time when doing things like modeling jobs like walking down runway models standing on stage during fashion shows where they’re wearing heels while holding themselves up while posing against each other without any support except their own strength which could make them fall down during photoshoots which would ruin everything else planned out beforehand.

For fitness, supplements should also be considered. 

Build your resume

Once you’ve decided that modeling is for you, the next step is to build your resume. Your resume is basically a list of everything that makes up your background and experience as a fitness model. It’s important to include things like modeling agency representation, how long and how often you’ve worked in the industry, any awards or other recognitions that might indicate talent or skill level (like “best dressed” or “most improved”), where they took place (if it wasn’t at an actual event), etc.

Some people think they can just make up some random stuff on their resumes if they want to get hired as models, but this isn’t true! Make sure every detail listed actually corresponds with what happened, and don’t leave anything out—even if it seems silly now but will be useful later when interviewing for jobs!


Whether you’re just starting out or you’re already a pro with a massive following, this guide has been designed to help you get the most out of your modeling career. We hope that these tips will help make you successful in what is already an incredible field—and we wish you all the luck in the world!