1st Time Competitor Tips Every Athlete Should Read
- Definitely hire a coach. Practice posing until that's literally the only thing you see when you close your eyes! Believe in yourself and truly understand the reason why you have chosen to compete
- Practice posing! aside from the normal practice - try without a mirror and record it from the judges angle :) it’s a really nice way to feel the movements and not depend on seeing it.
- Trust trust trust the process!! And don’t pee on your spray tan!!
- Always remember your why.... it’s a privilege to be able to compete and if it was easy everyone would do it
- Understand that hunger is expected. There will be hard days and there will be great days. Enjoy the process because it goes by fast. Get a coach you trust and feel comfortable asking questions. Be honest with your coach. Posing is crucial so get a posing coach in person or online. Utilize coffee and tea when you have cravings. Know that the scale will fluctuate but as long as you trust the process, you’ll be ready for the show!
- Training for a show is HARD...when you’re not training find time to relax, put your feet up, soak in a tub, smell calming essential oils...whatever helps you remain calm. The calmer you are, the better your body responds to fat loss (even when it doesn’t want to)
- Help your loved ones understand the process. And give people a heads up when it’s ‘not a good day’
- Get your tan done by the show provider! Don't hide your hard work with a bad or off-colored tan! Also, bring a stack of cups or Angel's pee cup because your tan WILL smudge if you aren't careful!
- Practice posing, practice peeing in cups, find a coach that works for you or at least get an accountability buddy to keep yourself motivated, and 👏🏼 all 👏🏼 of 👏🏼 the 👏🏼 above 👏🏼Don’t forget that you are doing this for you! Let your hard work and confidence shine!
- For backstage, take a pillow, blanket, and even a full length mirror if you can. Backstage sucks sometimes! The floor is cold and hard, it’s crowded and smelly, and everyone is fighting for a mirror!
- Give yourself enough time to be 100% ready.
-Start posing no later that 10 weeks out and video yourself without looking in the mirror. It feels way different to pose when you can’t see yourself
-Trust your coach, but understand that this is an extreme sport and will require extreme sacrifice
-Get a list of show day needs early and pack before peak week brain fog sets in
-Pack everything in a rolling suitcase so you don’t ruin your tan.
-Speaking of tan, get the pro tan overnight tan and do a first coat at home the day before you get your spray tan.
-Make sure you pick out a suit that looks good on you and won’t clash with show backdrop. get the angel fabric sample, rub on a bit of self tanner and tape the fabric to your body and take some pictures. Things can look way different in pictures than in person.
-Lastly- enjoy show day, there is nothing like your first show, that moment you step on stage 💃🏼💃🏼💃🏼 will never be forgotten.
- Don’t compare yourself to others!!! Trust you put in the work and ROCK IT on show day !
- Your body is the most important piece! Of course a killer suit from ACB and good posing help show it off 😉 having a posing coach completely changed my stage presence. She was able to look at me from the judges’ perspective and gave me so much confidence! It’s the only extra that I sprang for and I’m so glad I did!
- Something to lay on back stage and a pillow, loose sweats cause it can be cold back stage, a robe, back up shoes, suit and jewelry. Also extra backs for earrings. Pump bands or weights they provide at venue but I like having my own
- I bring a small foldout chair to sit on backstage (lots of waiting around!) and a roller bag to carry my food and things so I don’t smudge my tan! 💗
- Where do I begin!
-Get ready to make sacrifices. Outings and social events might be put on hold, people may not understand it. Do it for you
-It’s not easy: around 4-6 weeks out, you are in a battle with yourself, doubting your progress, hangry!
-Practice practice and practice : soooo important; if you look like bambi on ice on stGe, you will not place well
-Get a coach: don't train yourself - you need a second pair of eyes so that you don’t stress during the last weeks.
-Look at past winners, gives you an idea what the judges are looking for
-Look at MUAH/tans and reviews : so important for your overall look ( I don’t always pick the promoted artists)
-OF COURSE get your suits from Angel Competition Bikini 💁🏼♀️
-HAVE FUN ❤️
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