Personal Trainer Stacie Clark was the first "Next Fitness Star” chosen by Women”™s Health magazine - are you next?


I love helping Instructors become more successful - in fact my whole business plan is based on providing the platform Smart & Talented Instructors need to launch their careers 🙂

I was contacted today with another opportunity for you...

Women”™s Health is launching its 3rd annual search for The Next Fitness Star.   Year one winner Stacie Clark and year two winner Emily Schromm have had their careers transform and takeoff after taking the win and we are opening up auditions for 2015 now. I wanted to see if you'd like to share this information with your network of trainers.

Five finalists will be chosen to compete for the winning slot. They will appear on the July/August flip cover of Women”™s Health (as well as a beautiful feature inside the issue) and much, much more. The winner will receive their own DVD contract, marketing plan and a huge feature in the January 2016 issue, plus a full scale marketing plan to help their business.  This is an amazing opportunity and we are looking to have fitness trainers (of all levels and types) to apply. NOTE: You need to apply before February 27th 2015 to be considered. 

Let me know if you have any questions.

Enter at www.thenextfitnessstar.com

More: http://www.womenshealthmag.com/tags/next-fitness-star

Not being a reader of Womens Health - I wasn't previously aware of this contest or how Stacie Clark, a local personal trainer here in Minnesota, was the winner of the first Next Fitness Star.

Clark was recently crowned the “Next Fitness Star” by Women”™s Health magazine. In the latest issue, her workout secrets are featured in a six-page spread. She beat out thousands of applicants to win the title. One of the spoils of her victory: a starring role in a new DVD fitness series called “The Women”™s Health Power Sculpt Series with Stacie Clark DVD” ($28, available atwww.thenextfitnessstar.com/jan).

Clark comes from humble roots, a farm kid from Indiana. She led an active life growing up, but hit a wall in college. Forty pounds later, she walked into a gym and took a job there – so she could get fit for free. “I got in the best shape of my life,” Clark said. “That”™s when I lost the weight, and then I never let it go.”

Today, she”™s a certified trainer and co-owner of Tiger Fit Studio in Plymouth. For Clark, fitness is more than a profession: “This is my lifestyle.”

All I ask in exchange... is that you don't forget me when you're famous 🙂


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