For the Ladies..xx


I always get emails from ladies, asking me how did i change my body, what do i eat, what do i train. So i thought i would make a quick blog on how i got to where I am today.


Firstly i want to say, you are all BEAUTIFUL in your own skin, dont try and be like anyone else, because you are you, love it, because there is no one else like you.

I believe a good healthy body comes down to a great balance, i have always had a mantra, if you eat clean during the week, endulge on the weekend ( within means ) and re start on Monday. I find having a naughty cheat "day" or "meal" will make all your hard work during the week worth it.


Heres the examples of my training routine for my legs and abs, these are the 2 most asked topics i get emailed about.

I always start with a warm up cardio, then a light warm up set on each exercise, just to get the body going, and the muscles prepared for whats ahead.



 * 45 degree Leg press - 4 sets / 8-12 reps

* Smith Machine Lunges - 4 sets / 8-12 reps

* Butt Blasters - 4 sets / 12-15 reps

* Cable Kickbacks - 4 sets / 12-15 reps

* Leg Extension - 4 sets / 12-15 reps


I train weighted abs 2-3 times a week, but majority of the time, I will finish each day training with ab planks, side planks and crunches.


* Cable rope pull downs - 3 sets / 15 reps

* Hanging leg raises - 3 sets / 15-20 reps

* Oblique twist with Medicine Ball - 3 sets / 15 reps

* Front Plank - Hold for 30-40 x 3 sets

* Side Planks - Hold or Hip to ground to roof 3 sets / 15 reps


Next blog i will talk about food. I am a strong believer, a good body is made in the kitchen.


Hope this inspires you to train mean and eat clean. The lady I turn to for some inspiration is the AMAZING & Smoking Hot IFBB Bikini Pro competitor Amanda Latona.. Enjoy xx






Nabba/WFF 2012 - The journey on my way to my first Competition.

Wow what a crazy few months.. This blog has taken me a while to even start, I have been saying ill post one soon, but i have been so busy with life and training.

A few months ago i completed my Certificates III & IV in Fitness at Human Performance Centre here on the Gold Coast, what an amazing and life changing experience. Learning all the new knowledge just sparked the fire in my stomach to get fit, train others and change lives.

All of you know i have been in this modeling world for some time now, coming and going, but i decided to take a new direction and train my bum off and compete on stage at the Nabba/WFF Southern Hemisphere Competition on the weekend. 12 weeks of prepping, dieting, breaking rules, losing my mind, growing muscle, losing body fat and generally stripping everything back to a bare canvas to grow a new "Allira"

I spent many hours on my bike at home on my balcony at 530am in the cold doing my daily cardio, taking myself into the gym and pushing weights so heavy, I thought my little arms and legs were going to snap, but it was all worth it in the end.

I used to look at bodybuilders or any fitness competitor and think, ah yeah piece of cake, anyone can go into a gym, smash some weights, eat chicken and look like that.. well how wrong i was.

I absolutely take my hat off to ANYONE that decide's to compete, from Sportmodel all the way to Figure, the dedication, time, blood sweat & tears that go into making these people look the way they do, is just insane. The hours not only spent in the gym, but prepping your food, weighing your meats, figuring out what fats to eat and what not to eat,the whole process is endless so i have a new profound respect for all these men and women who do this sport.

I didnt end up placing in my first competition. I went in with an open mind, semi already knowing i wasn't going to place, but from the time i started to now, I am the best version of Allira i have ever been, so to me as clichè as it sounds, i already won. I intend on competing all this year, pushing myself to new levels and seeing where i end up.

Thanks to everyone who supported me, coached me, guided me and just gave me support whilst doing this new adventure..xx




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