LONG-TIME STATUS EDITOR ASHA BELISLE TO PEN HER OWN COLUMN

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Press Release:

Vancouver, Canada - March 21, 2017

 

SENIOR EDITOR ASHA BELISLE PENS EXCLUSIVE CONTEST PREP COLUMN FOR STATUS

Asha Belisle has been a part of the Status team since 2007, first as a copy editor and contributor, all the way up to Senior Editor, and now columnist.  Asha is a contest prep coach for athletes from around the globe.  A former fitness competitor herself, she knows the ins and outs of the ‘contest’ component of show prep, and with her education and career experience from the past 20 years, she is well versed on proper training methodologies, exercise physiology, nutritional prescription for varying goals, and more. In Asha’s column, ‘Prep Talk’, she will address the ins and outs of preparing for a bodybuilding show: training, dieting, posing, sports psychology and much more.

One of many articles by Asha Belisle Published in Status Fitness Magazine

Belisle: “I am so grateful to be given the opportunity to write my own column for Status. Status Fitness has been a big part of my life for nearly ten years, and I’m really excited to be able to weed through some of the confusion of contest preparation for Status readers. I love writing articles on biomechanics, physiology and nutrition, but in ‘Prep Talk’, I’ll be able to get into the nitty gritty, and I can’t wait!”

 

Status Fitness has been a big part of my life for nearly ten years, and I’m really excited to be able to weed through some of the confusion of contest preparation for Status readers.

Physique competitions have increased dramatically in popularity, and so has the misinformation about them. Asha will be touching on the physical, mental, and emotional components of contest prep, and answering questions about this process from Status readers.

Editor-in-Chief Rodney Jang says

“Asha Belisle is a senior editor with Status Fitness magazine. We are lucky to have Asha on our team; this is evident by the fact that her credential list is too long for this press release.  A master trainer, Asha is one of the most elite coaches to turn to for advanced training curriculum in all areas, including biomechanics of training and contest prep.  Speaking of contest prep, it’s one of the most confusing and misleading areas in physique competition. To eliminate some of the confusion, we have asked Asha to write an ongoing column on the world of contest prep.  All I can say is ‘Get ready for real and quality advice.’”

 

A master trainer, Asha is one of the most elite coaches to turn to for advanced training curriculum in all areas, including biomechanics of training and contest prep. 

 

 

About Status:

Established in 2006, Status is geared towards everyone from professional athletes to general fitness enthusiasts. Casting the top fitness experts in the world, we believe that, no matter how good the information is, unless it is delivered in an attractive and interesting manner, and available through a number of resources, it’s worthless.

 Status focuses on presenting its material with the highest quality photography, design, layout, and paper stock. Status is available through a number of logical direct market avenues: newsstands, subscription, supplement stores, fitness centers, and tradeshows. Status is not only available as a high quality, attractive print publication, but is also available through various technologies, allowing access to the masses.  Status Fitness Magazine is known as “The World’s Best Fitness magazine.  “Status is Everything”.

About Rodney Jang

Status Fitness Magazine’s Editor-in-Chief, has been involved in the fitness industry his entire life. With his passion for fitness and education, Jang leads Status’ respected cast of contributors in producing the World’s Best Fitness, Bodybuilding, and MMA Magazine.