This month, we feature a gentleman new both to modeling and to competition, Austin Morgan. An ex-marine, Austin only recently began training intensely under the direction of Josh Miller, preparing for bodybuilding, physique and classic physique competition. We shot with Austin twice, both times very close to his shows and there a shots from each show included. Have a look at images from both shoots to see Austin's striking, lean physique. He is very much interested in fitness modeling, so if you are interested in working with him contact us. You will not be disappointed and will find working with him a pleasure. Enjoy Austin's interview and images and check back as we'll be shooting with him again.
Height: 5'8", Weight: 150, Chest: 41, Waist: 26, Shoe: 9.5, Biceps: 13.5, Neck: 14, Calf: 13.75, Thigh: 20, Nudes: No, Location: KY
Interview with this Month’s Featured Model: Austin Morgan
How did you get into modeling?
I compete in natural bodybuilding shows, which led me to pursue fitness modeling.
What are your goals in the profession? Do you see it as a full-time occupation or an avocation?
Eventually I would like for fitness modeling and natural bodybuilding to be my full time occupation. It would be amazing to get paid doing what I love.
Looking as good as you do isn't easy. What are your training methods?
You get what you give. I give 100% effort to my diet and workout routine. That’s what you have to do in order to get results. There are no shortcuts.
How about diet?
Diet is essential to building a good physique. I always maintain a healthy diet, I just dial it in more leading up to a show or photoshoot.
Do you plan to compete in bodybuilding or fitness shows or have you already?
I have and plan to continue competing. I’ve competed in two shows and am a two time lightweight physique champion and have placed 2nd in every other class I’ve competed in.
How do you kick back and relax?
With my guitar, or a good book.
How about some favorites?
Singer/Musician or Group: Highly Suspect
Movie: Pumping Iron
Book: Alice in wonderland
How would you state your most important value in life?
The most important thing in life is happiness. Fitness makes me happy, which is why I pursue it.
Awesome experience working with you, Austin. Looking forward very much to the next time.