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Fitness Athlete & Web Designer Simin


Fitness Athlete & Web Designer Simin

Hello everyone, in addition to thanking SimplySxy for featuring me. My name is Simin being born into a Chinese-Indonesian family. I am a fitness athlete and a web designer from Singapore. A brand ambassador and athlete with My Protein. Fun fact about me: Most people assume I’m a personal trainer. I am a senior web designer full-time.

Were Health and fitness always a part of your life growing up?

At a young age, I didn’t focus on health and fitness. I love sports, but I’m not good at lifting weights. I eat whatever I like. I attribute much of my positive outlook on life to my love of fitness and cheerleading. It has been my pleasure to participate in several cheerleading and physique competitions. At the National Amateur Body-Builders’ Association local, I won the title of Miss Bikini Model champion. These competitions not only gave me life experience but also taught me to be tenacious and determined.

I got into fitness in 2014 after participating in a competition called FitterU. I then hired a personal trainer to help me lose weight and learn how to lift weights. I’ve always thought that if women lifted weights, we would grow to be as big as men.

In 2015, this was my first experience competing in a bikini show. I came in sixth at Singapore Fitness Model Search (SFMS) and Nutrigirl 2015, Finalist.

I participated in my first bikini show in 2015. I placed sixth in the Singapore Fitness Model Search (SFMS) and was a finalist in Nutrigirl 2015. My performance in the FM League in 2016 won me third place. I won the short-class championship for another bikini association in 2017 called NABBA WFF.

What is your exercise or workout regime like?

I get up at 4 a.m. daily and work out 6 times a week before I head to work. My exercises are spread out during the week so that I can concentrate on different aspects of my training.

I train in the mornings for strength, core exercises, HIIT in the evenings, or run around my house for 30 minutes, and I take one day off per week to repair damaged tissues and grow more muscle.

How will you describe a typical day for yourself?

A typical day for me includes hitting the gym in the morning followed by grocery shopping. On weekdays, I will head home to prep my meal for the day, get showered, tidy my room, take a short break before work starts. Weekends are for influencer content and rest, more self-care time in the afternoon.

If you could collaborate with anyone past or present, who will it be?

I would like to collaborate with Demi Bagby from San Diego. She is a bodybuilder and a CrossFit athlete.

She inspires me because of the life-altering accident that happened to her. Her fitness and talents are remarkable, and I’d like to learn from her, for example, such as muscle up. I’m inspired to follow in her footsteps.

She has a positive mental attitude that has helped her to keep moving forward in her fitness profession, achieving new heights every time.

My struggles are similar to hers. Injury is a struggle for me, and I understand it well. Having fractured my right-hand metacarpal bone and continuing to do what I do now is one of the biggest blessings and challenges I’ve ever experience.

Is there something you’ve always wanted to do but have yet to find the time for it?

I enjoy spending time with friends while hiking or having a picnic. It is something I’ve always wanted to do.

In Singapore, pandemics and heightened warnings are increasingly commonplace. It’s precious to spend time relaxing with excellent friends.

Have you been in an embarrassing situation before that is funny now when looking back?

I remember an embarrassing incident during my freshman year of high school when our uniforms were all white. It’s a mixed school. I wasn’t expecting my period to arrive; the crimson stain came on my skirt without my knowledge.

Yet, I walked around the school with the red mark. I was wondering why the students around me were staring at me and laughing but didn’t inform me.

What turns you off on a date?

Being tied to their phone and not talking to their partner. Men who attempt to be too handsy or turn every conversation into a sexual one. It’s not just disgusting but also embarrassing. Trying to be overly sexual too soon is a total turn-off.

Thank you for taking the time to answer our questions Simin. One question before we end, how do you define “sexy”? 

Being yourself, in a way that fits your personality. While not pursuing expensive, materialistic items too much. In my opinion, being sexy means being confident, powerful, and in control.

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Instagram: @siminlovecheer


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