Hey,i´ve been really worried about this for a long time,i´m 1´66 cm i think it´s about 5´6 or 5´5 ft not sure,i´m 16 i hope i´ll still grow
i would like someday to be a fitness model-competitor,i still not have the physique but i´m working hard to get a amazing physique,but... would my height affect?one thing to be judged on stage is marketability,does this have anything to do with height?
could anyone put an example of a short fitness model? like 5´7,don´t put matt ogus as an example
Thread: Fitness model height?
07-14-2013, 03:23 PM #1
Fitness model height?
07-14-2013, 06:58 PM #2
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Depends on what your doing...If you want to sign with my agency, you would need to be at least 5'11. There are some agencies that don't have the limit, especially if you have a certain look they want. Sometimes an amazing physique doesn't mean anything as a fitness model. So just try it out and they may utilize you!
07-16-2013, 09:58 PM #3
Hey there! In typical modeling, a female would need to be a minimum of 5'8" (ie: in the case of Victoria's Secret models). However, fitness modeling is not the same kind of this as typical successful fitness models are usually much shorter than fashion models. At 5'6" your height would not be an issue so just focus on building the best physique you can and working on an excellent stage presentation!
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