Fitness queens, listen up! Australian Women’s Health has announced its annual Next Fitness Star competition and is looking for women who excel in the professional fitness industry and have an inspiring, motivational approach.
If you practise in the world of fitness, personal training or exercise and have a great story, this might be your break. The competition is open until 20 March and asks for applicants to submit four pictures of themselves along with a two-minute video highlighting their workout style, their experience and why they have “what it takes” to be a Fitness Star.
Applicants will be judged by a diverse group including Australian Women’s Health Editor Felicity Harley, The Morning Show Host Kylie Gillies, celebrity personal trainer Cameron Byrnes, PUMA Marketing Manager Christina Panias and The Morning Show Executive Producer Sarah Stinson.
The top five finalists will be featured on a special cover of the Australian Women’s Health August issue in July. The winner can look forward to a $5,000 PUMA workout wardrobe, a one-year contract as a PUMA Ambassador and be dubbed the new Women’s Health Fitness Expert.
You can submit your video and pics to the Women’s Health Facebook page, where you can also head for more information.