Taylor Chapman shares her strict bikini competition diet and weekly workout plan that get her body ready to rock a tiny swimsuit on stage. The behind-the-scenes effort it takes to become a bikini competitor is insanely hard and takes more willpower than just choosing a salad over fries to go with your burger. I spoke with Taylor Chapman, an ACE-certified personal trainer, who has four competitions under her sequined bikini bottoms, and she shared just what it takes to hit the stage in heels, a skimpy two-piece, and a spray tan. Preparing for a competition takes about three to five months, depending on how in shape you are.
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Bikini competitions have been popular for a while. Although there are a lot of women who would love to try this type of activity, most of them are scared of lifting weight. But while this might not seem feminine, there are lots of great things that can come of it. Bikini competitions can be a good goal in life; they can push you to a distance which you never reached before. You can also improve your body and become healthier.
Ideal Stage Weight for Bikini Competitors
Every workout that I did is here, as well as diet and meal prep tips. This is a healthy approach to bikini competition prep. I designed this program to keep your metabolism high, and hormone levels in balance. That means that for best results combine it with a clean diet.
This is a revision of one of my more popular articles. It seems the judges have been looking for bikini girls to be leaner and dryer than they were a few years back when I wrote the original article on Ideal Stage Weight for Bikini Competitors. I think probably at the pro level things are different, and girls will be towards the high end of the ideal range. For most regional and national level girls though, the ideal weight is a tad less than it was a few years back.