Pauline Nordin is a top international fitness model and personality. She is author of Fighter Diet, an e-book. With her background in personal training, she was headhunted to become a trainer for the TV program “Biggest Loser” (Nordic version) which she won.
So, in 2006, Pauline moved from Sweden to America to pursue her dreams. Mission accomplished, as shortly thereafter, Fighter Diet was born. Fighter Diet is web-based via the domain FighterDiet.com. Since its start in late 2009, Fighter Diet’s Facebook page has skyrocketed, surpassing 20,000 fans, with more than 1,000 new ones added monthly. The blog in which Pauline writes every day and social media (Facebook, Twitter, and Tumblr) form the base for Fighter Diet’s success. The visitors see it as a community where they can hang out, be inspired, and inspire others.
Pauline has accepted a contract with ExerciseTV as one of their premiere trainers. ExerciseTV is a leading digital network providing free workout videos, fitness plans, and healthy lifestyle tips to more than 36 million customers. She was the trainer, diet coach, and the leader for the Swedish team, leading her team and country to victory in 2006’s Biggest Loser.
Pauline authored Fighter Diet, an e-book which presented a gutsy FAT loss system that brought her fans and attention in the United States. She has appeared in features and covers of American fitness magazines, which highlights her tough but effective no-nonsense style. Pauline is also the star of “The Butt Bible” by NBC/Universal – a workout video complete with a fitness system that helps beat any backside into shape.
Pauline Nordin is a top international fitness model. She is in conversation with Namita Nayyar President Women Fitness.
Ms. Namita Nayyar: How did you get started with bodybuilding? Tell us about your journey that took you to the top of the world of being a top international fitness model?
Ms. Pauline Nordin: I was 17 and was in the “not eating and doing 500 sit-ups a day” routine. I accidentally bumped into a Muscle & Fitness magazine and saw the fitness model on the cover. I was terrified, she looked CRAZY, but in some way it caught my attention, I went back to buy the magazine and I remember it felt like I was reading an Adult Magazine since all these half naked bodies were in it.
Anyway, I realized it took dedication, discipline, a lot of exercise and a strict diet. I liked that and felt this was meant for me. I decided to become a pro bodybuilder, went to my first gym and told the trainer I was going to be onstage in 2002 (3 years later) and I needed to get muscular. Said and done, I trained nonstop for 3 years, went on stage and became the “Teen National Champ” three years in a row and runner up in the Senior Division Under 52 kilograms 2 years in a row. Check out my video at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QUgbKSTLZrw
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