New Delhi: Days after gang wars inside the national capital, a younger fitness trainer, additionally recognized for his posts on ‘Tik Tok’ and Instagram, changed into on Tuesday gunned down allegedly via three assailants, police said. The incident came about around 5.15 p.M. While the sufferer, recognized as Mohit Mor (27), had long passed to fulfill his friend at a photostat keep near his residence in Najafgarh’s Dharmpura vicinity. “When Mohit Mor changed into busy speak me along with his pal internal the store, three armed individuals barged inner the store and indiscriminately fired 13 bullets on him. Mohit Mor fell on a settee kept inside the shop. He became rushed to close to-with the aid of hospital wherein he changed into declared introduced lifeless. Mohit Mor suffered 7 bullets,” stated a senior police officer. “All the three accused, one in every one of them wearing a black helmet, had come on a Scooty. They were visible in a CCTV footage running away from the busy narrow avenue after the crime,” he brought.

Mohit Mor had 5 lakh subscribers on ‘Tik Tok’ and used several videos on it. He had three thousand followers on Instagram. He used to put his health films on Instagram. “We are seeking to become aware of the accused. Prima facie, it appears a case of personal enmity and a money dispute,” the officer added. “We are checking his Tik Tok and Instagram accounts feedback and Call Details Record (CDR) to set up his enmity with anybody on social media who can assist us in cracking the case,” he delivered. The fact is, I have been in the fitness, health, and bodybuilding biz a long time, and though I am known as a science and nutrition-based “guru” type, I have trained many a fitness athlete and judged fitness. Figure/bikini shows for the NPC, Fitness America, Fitness USA, and other federations and given marketing and business advice to all sorts of athletes, including fitness models. So, it’s not as far-fetched as it might seem that I will use this space to cover a non-scientific topic, which is how one goes about being a fitness model.

This article will help both experienced and novice types looking to “break-in” into the biz. If you are already a professional and successful fitness model, I am sure you may still glean some useful information from this article. First, the bad news, there is no one way to become a successful fitness model. There is no single path or a magic secret. There are, however, some key things a person can do to greatly improve their chances of “making it” in the fitness biz as a model, and perhaps using that success as a launching pad to greater things, such as movies, TV, etc. Several of the top fitness models (Trish Stratus and Vicki Pratt come to mind, but there are many others) have gone onto careers in entertainment of all kinds. Bottom line, though there is no magic secret to being successful as a fitness model, this article will be about as close to a blueprint for success as you will find.

“Do I need to compete?”

This is a question I get asked all the time, and it’s not an easy one to answer. In fact, the answer is (drum roll) yes and no. The person has to decide why they are competing in the first place to answer that question. For example, do you need to compete if your goal is to be a successful fitness model?
The answer is no. Many of today’s well-known fitness models have never competed, or they competed in a few small shows, and it was clearly not part of their success as fitness models. However, competing does have its potential uses.

One of them is exposure. There will often be editors, publishers, photographers, supplement company owners, and other business people at the upper-level shows. So, competing can improve your exposure. Also, competing can make sense if you are trying to build a business related to your competition or will benefit from you winning a show. For example, say you have a private training gym you are trying to build. Sure, having the title of, say, Ms. Fitness America, or winning the NPC Nationals and being an IFBB pro, will help your reputation and your business’s notoriety. There are many scenarios where it would help to have won a show for a business or other endeavors.

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