Savannah Madison was born in Dayton, OH and raised in a small town north of Cincinnati.
She attended college in Dayton and graduated with a degree in Occupational therapy. Over the last three years Savannah has worked as a photo fashion/glamour and swimsuit model working with National and International Photographers. She has graced the covers of 18 magazines including Playboy, FHM and LFM soon to be Maxim NZ covergirl and 3x Playboy Playmate for Australia, South Africa and New Zealand..
She has a passion for creative photography and expressing herself in front of the camera. She prefers to shoot fashion, swimwear and lingerie and creatively with body paint and dress up. A love for history, art and animals which fuels the fire for a hunger for traveling the world to great exotic locations for shoots and soaking up the culture!
Women Fitness President Ms. Namita Nayyar catches up with Savannah Madison, leading glamour model and five times Playboy playmate to talk about the secret to success, diet, and exercise routine.
Having appeared on MAXIM, FHM, PLAYBOY and many more tell us 2 factors that motivated you towards modelling?
Well, I actually had an career in occupational therapy. I’ve always had a passion for helping people which I absolutely love. People often asked me if I had ever considered modelling professionally, but I never had never seriously considered it.
Five years ago my family circumstances changed and gave me the opportunity I needed to pursue a career in modelling. Now I’m in a supported environment where I could seriously pursue my professional modelling career and it’s been a fantastic experience – the best life decision I’ve ever made !
Share with us your workout routine? Cardio, strength or both in the order you prefer.
I work out at least 3x a week for 1 hour sessions one on one with a Personal Trainer in my home gym.
I mainly do strength training for toning my abs, legs and upper body..
I start with TRX for core, legs and arm toning/strengthening. Then go to floor with resistant bands on legs and arms doing repetitive exercises. After that I focus on core with Russian twists and sit ups with 20/30lb weights. That would be a workout routine that I do. Obviously I would mix it up with different routines day to day.
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