Vivi Life Fitness

Took time off from shooting while I was getting my masters at Columbia last year, but lifting for the NPC show kept me in pretty good shape. Then, over the summer I was copy-editing sports at the New York Post (The best sports in town!) and my boss was super cool and let me take a day for my “other job.”

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A rogue spotting of Drew and I “working out”…

We shot a ton of products for this new line, available at some GNCs and other places, so I hope I can get my hands on some of them. I’d been practicing the jump rope and for a non-yogi I got into some pretty pretzel-tastic positions. Co-star Drew, photographer Benny and H/MUA Riki were all great. Lots of laughs!

I just found some other pictures in my Instagram feed:

Fun times. #Amazeballs because the photographer is the #photobomb -er

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I should share more of this fun stuff. To be a steadily working fitness model you really need to NOT have a job with regular hours. Typically you need to be available for a casting, a fitting, and the shoot day. Sometimes I get direct bookings but I miss out on a lot because it’s not my full-time thing. It’s okay, I like doing other things too!

 


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