Above is the day I graduated the NPC -the most interesting fact is that 2 weeks prior to this show I didn't land in first callouts, but instead in bottom of second. With minor changes (suit color, posing, hair) I was able to come back two weeks later at Junior Nationals in front of a different panel and earn 1st place and my IFBB Pro card.
In the bikini division (specifically) the slightest and tiniest adjustments with your outer appearance can make a world of difference, your suit color, your hair, your makeup, your tan, the judging panel that day, your stage personality, what they were looking for etc. Your goal is to bring the best package YOU can and to be proud of what you're bringing to the stage. -
My point? Never get discouraged or over confident from a placing. The trophies will come and go, it's the person you are becoming and the friends you make that is the true reward. Win or lose, you still wake up the next day the same person, with the same life and the same outlook. Inspiring others and becoming the best you can be, now that's a reward worth flaunting. @cjselitesuits @glamcompjewelry •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••
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