Posing Coach

Posing CoachPOSING COACH

Are you looking for a posing coach for your next fitness competition?  If you are, Julie DelaBarre can help you get onto the podium at your next show!

Julie was 8 years old when she first fell in love with the art of dance.  By the time she was 15, she was a professional model and by 16, she was teaching dance to kids her own age.  At 17, she was crowned Miss North Dakota Teen USA and discovered she was born to be on stage.

After her daughter was born in 2011, Julie thought it would be fun to set a fitness goal and enter a fitness competition.  In six short months, Julie transformed her body and continues to receive high praise from coaches, competitors and judges about her stage presence and posing techniques as a Top Five Finisher.

“Competitive posing is literally a dance between personality and body lines.”

Posing Coach

As a teacher, Julie is patient and attentive to her client’s needs.  She knows how to transform the uncoordinated, Tom-Boy athlete into what her clients Marielle Wakim and Sarah Harris refer to as ‘Beast-mode to Barbie-mode.’

Each client receives private instruction with body cues, choreography and design that best fit how their body should move on stage.  Once the mechanics and routine have been perfected, Julie coaches her clients through the most important element of competitive fitness coaching – marrying the clients’ personality to their individual routine.

Every graceful step, every perfected pose must match the light of personality, because in the end, competitive posing and stage presence is about celebrating who you are!


 

Nicole Rush“I must admit that my favorite part of working with Julie DelaBarre, would definitely be our weekly posing sessions.  She taught me how to present my best physical attributes and how to use my elegance and grace as a dancer to illuminate on stage. After working with Julie for my second show, I felt so confident on stage and placed higher than my first show!”

 

Nicole RUSH
NPC Bikini Competitor


Kacia

Pictured with Nicole Rush

“I will not be able to write enough good words about Julie! When I started working with her I had zero experience on stage, in heels, or posing. She taught me how to walk confidently, find specific poses that flattered my body, and transition smoothly. I was like a four year old learning the steps but her patience and expertise allowed me to improve immensely! I could not recommend her more. Julie also covered my nutrition for my first bikini competition. I was able to gain 8lbs of muscle while losing 2% body fat. Her meal plans were easy to follow and on point. If you are looking to compete at a top level, or simply change your body composition, I highly recommend Julie.”

 

Kacia Snyder
– NPC Bikini Competitor


 

3 Comments so far. Feel free to join this conversation.

  1. Taline Baghdadlian February 17, 2015 at 8:30 pm - Reply

    My name is Taline and I am a casting producer for a new network television show, and we are looking for bodybuilders/fitness models/bikini competitors/physique models to cast as our series regulars.

    This is not a competition show, its going to be a docuseries following their lives (think “Real World”).

    The show will be on one of the 5 major networks, which is a great opportunity to be part of something on a grand scale.

    I’d love to spread the word to your clients, or if you have specific people in mind that you think would be great! We’re looking for athletes 21-30 years old, fun, big personalities, who LOVE fitness!

    Please let me know if you have anyone that can submit, we’re casting for this week only!

    Thanks!!

  2. cookie smith August 15, 2015 at 6:51 pm - Reply

    I am in Hattiesburg, MS. I am looking for a posing coach to help improve on my stage presence for competitions. I am a NPC Nationally Qualified Bikini Competitor. Not quiet ready for the national stage.

  3. Eunice shin September 17, 2015 at 2:44 pm - Reply

    Inquiring about your coaching. I am a newbie competitor and will be doing my 2nd Inba show.

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