Tag Archive: Amanda Eva

Apr 20

8 Tips to Deal with Post Contest Depression – SweetCapri

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We’re full-blown into the spring contest season around the country. For many of you, it’ll be an exhilarating experience, something you’ve never experienced. The highs are incredible. You feel like you’re on top of the world, and you look like the king and queen you are. But the show is over. The lights are off, …

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Sep 09

Sometimes you just have to tap out

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Most people entering their first local bodybuilding contest OR first National-level competition have absolutely NO idea what they’re getting into. I’m not talking about getting onstage where you THINK you belong. You know – everyone telling you how good you look, that you should go for it, and that you’re gonna crush it BeastMode style. …

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Sep 08

5 Reasons You Are Not Ready For a National Competition

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Here’s another great blog written by my good friend, website developer/designer, make-up artist and beauty consultant, and pretty much all-around entrepreneur, Amanda Eva Cumberbatch. I like this blog because she takes a no-holds barred look at why some competitors SHOULDN’T do national-level shows before they’re ready. Obviously these are not the ONLY 5 reasons, as …

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Aug 07

Things I Wish I Knew About Bodybuilding and Competing But No One Told Me – SweetCapri

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My friend, Amanda Eva, of SweetCapri fame, is known on the east coast as a force to be reckoned with. A lil’ Mighty Mouse, so to speak, so when she ‘speaks’, Doc listens. Amanda pulls no punches in this great read on the competitive side of the fitness industry. We’d all like to think that …

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Jul 26

WOMEN IN TRANSITION – Your “aha!” Moment

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My good friend and person who’s done so much to help redesign both my websites, and offer invaluable suggestions on building my t-shirt business, Amanda Eva, wrote an excellent opening blog on transitioning from your ‘job’ to your passion and career. I learned years ago that I wasn’t good at working FOR others. I can …

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