World stage set for Gladstone's bikini model Whitney
BIKINI model Whitney Rae Freyling will take Las Vegas stage for what is her most prestigious competition yet.
Tomorrow she will take on some of the world's best in women's fitness modelling at the Diana Kakos All Women's Classic at Rio All Suite Las Vegas.
The Gladstone woman has spent the last four months preparing for the competition.
And she has even more reason to celebrate competing in her second professional bikini show - it will also be her birthday.
"I have prepared by doing five days of high repetition weight training per week," Ms Freyling said.
Her preparation started with several cardio sessions, which was amped up to working out twice a day.
As an INBA model Ms Freyling does not need to qualify to compete in competitions.
"I can choose from hundreds per year.
"This competition donates a percentage of our entry fees to Breast Cancer research ... It's also on my birthday so I thought it would be exciting to do the trip to Las Vegas too. "
The winner of the competition receives an all day photo shoot and a front cover spot on the Natural Bikini Magazine in the US.
Ms Freyling, who is also a personal trainer, was awarded third place in her last international modelling competition held in Dubai.
The finals will be held on Sunday morning Australia time.
Find out more about Whitney here
What to pack- things to think about competing overseas
~~~~~~~~HOW TO PACK FOR AN INTERNATIONAL COMP!!!~~~~~~~~~~Hey my Fitness Fam! Sorry I am late uploading this. For those of you that it interests here are some valuable things I have learnt since competing overseas. This is my 3rd overseas trip, I have learnt so much from Cleo Brown and her team at Olympia- so much support and things I would never think of! Thankyou! Just arrived at my hotel room (took me 40 mins to find my room through all the gamblers ;) Shall keep you posted on it all- looks to be a busy day tomorrow (for me is Friday) a full day of events, clinics and registration. <3Posted by Fitness By Whitney Rae on Thursday, 7 April 2016