Ana Isabel Cozar Díaz, is born in Madrid, Spain. She has always had a fondness for sports and from a very young age of five years old, began with rhythmic gymnastics. Although it was not until adolescence when she immersed herself in sports, fitness and boxing.
At the age of 24 she moved to Cali, Colombia, a country with which she fell in love with after several personal trips. She decided to make Colombia her permanent home.
Later and with the rise of social networks, Ana began to publish and motivate through her networks, in which she became quite popular. Thanks to this popularity, she obtained sponsorships and commercial contracts with well-known brands such as Ronnie Coleman Signature Series, Ryder wear, an online sportswear brand, and Nutrex Research, a sport supplement brand.
She has attended sporting events of international stature as a brand ambassador in the US, Mexico, the Dominican Republic, Brazil, Ecuador, Peru, Nicaragua, Honduras and many other countries.
Ana is also an entrepreneur, as she designed and developed her own brand, “Corset Espana”, which is currently available globally with sales hitting major accolades. She’s an independent, hardworking woman with great discipline and a great work ethic.
Women Fitness President Ms. Namita Nayyar did a candid interview with Ana Cozar, a leading fitness model and Instagram influencer where she talks about her workout, diet, hair & skincare, and her success story.
Tell us your journey of hard work, endurance, and tenacity that made you a leading fitness model and Instagram influencer?
I started very young, I have been training since I was 16 years old and I have always been passionate about what I do, I think that transmitting that love of what I do has had a good acceptance in the fitness industry.
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