Juliet Amelia is an international model with over seven years’ experience including covers with Playboy, BADD, FHM, RHK, Mancave, Luxury Trending, Lifestyle, Swimsuits & Sports, Lingerie Plus, IOB, Lifestyle for Men, Muscle & Fitness Hers and other magazines. Her experience includes fashion, glamour, swimwear, runway, print, and workshops.
Her special skills include British accent, Yoga and being a fitness model. She is also a licensed massage therapist.
Women Fitness President Ms. Namita Nayyar did a candid interview with Juliet Amelia, Playboy Model, Playmate of the Year and an exceptionally talented international model where she talks about her workout, diet, hair & skincare, and her success story.
You have been an International Playboy Playmate and Playmate of the Year. Walk us through your spectacular modeling journey and tell us how it all began?
I was discovered by a modeling agency on Facebook. We created a comp card. Then I started a Model Mayhem profile that introduced me to many photographers which enabled me to build my portfolio. I was contacted by Playboy photographer Steven Ruegnitz who was mentored by one of Playboy’s most famous photographers, Arny Freytag. Steven inspired me to follow my dreams to be a Playboy model.
I traveled and did many shoots. I am learning and gaining confidence from each shoot.
My first Playboy pictorial was for Slovakia July of 2018 with a photographer that had never been published in Playboy before. I knew that to get more publications and to further my modeling career, I had to work with the best photographers. The door to do this was now opened and through social media I met and then had the opportunity to work with many creative talents.
I was Playmate of the month for Sweden in December 2018. I was asked by the magazine to work with one of their favorite photographers. We submitted some of my best work to date, shot in Las Vegas which became my Playmate of the Year for Sweden issue.
Introduce us to a day in your life.
Even though I’m British, I don’t drink tea. My latte coffee with a protein bar in the morning is the most important thing!
Before the stay-at-home order I worked out 3-4 times a week with a personal trainer. Now that Covid-19 has closed the gym, I have a different routine. I now follow a mixed cardio and strength training virtual work-out for 30 minutes almost every day.
I then normally check my social media and email during breakfast.
During the day, I like to go for a two mile walk on the beach listening to music or Podcasts. I also like to do virtual Yoga practice which keeps me present, mindful, centered and home. I like to read spiritual and personal growth books and lately I’ve been working on my own book.
I do a sexy slow motion run on the beach in my red Baywatch swimsuit (just checking to see if you were reading this ha ha).
I try to not miss a sunset on the beach. Having grown up in England, it is a real blessing to see natures fireworks display and awesome beauty.
I like to cook and I eat healthy almost without exception. For dinner, my favorite is chicken, fish or steak and vegetables on the grill or spicy stir fry in the wok.
I end the day with a good book or movie.
What exercises comprise your fitness regime or workout routine that you may like to share?
I do alternating High Intensity Interval (HIT) combined with weights training. For example, I do a 15 minute cardio warm-up followed by 3-4 circuits of a set of 5-8 exercises consisting of lunges, squats, planks, wall sit, mountain climbers, pushups, sit-ups and bench press to name a few.
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