Your Questions About Weight Loss Camps For Teens

by Maricela on April 1, 2013

Laura asks…

texas fat camps for teens?

im looking for fat camps (weight loss camps) in texas for teens

Maricela answers:

Wow, of course, you’re from Texas. You know posting something like this doesnt really help the average Texan’s image. Seriously girl, you just helped my theory that everyone from land of the George Bush’s are fat @$$’

Ken asks…

does anyone know of a teen weight loss camp in the state of indiana ?

Maricela answers:

Nope and even if Indiana had any, weight loss camps for teens usually cost a lot of money. Your best choice would be to get a membership at the Y or a local gym/fitness center.

Sharon asks…

Fat camp for teens in florida?

Hey there, so I’m going to be a senior in High School next year and I was wondering if there were any cheap weight loss camps in florida. A day camp is fine too. Thanks!!

Maricela answers:

Check this one, out. Don’t know if it is near you, or what the price is, but I would look into it.
Http://www.wellspringcamps.com/florida/

Sandra asks…

Boot camp for teens who are troubled/lazy?

I’m 15. My parents wanna send me to military boot camp for lazy people or the troubled(I don’t do anytype of substance abuse) and for some reason I agree with them , but my question is will you lose weight and gain muscle when go there? Do you know someone who had a complete body transformation after military boot camp? I think there sending me to one of those boot camps with seargents that wake you up at 5 am and you go exercise for hours or something like that.

Maricela answers:

Rather than a boot camp, consider going to a weigh loss camp. You would have better results because its in a positive environment and teach you how to eat, portions etc.

Try these: http://www.newimagecamp.com/
http://www.wellspringcamps.com/

Bootcamp is more for troubled kids. You do not want to go there and be stuck with hoodlums.

Chris asks…

How to become a site model?

Maricela answers:

Here are some tips:

Make sure you have a Facebook.com, Sitemodel.net or Friendproject.net account. Then upload photos to those sites! If you don’t have/want any of those sites, upload pictures to Photobucket.

Take quality pictures. You won’t attract people if your picture is blurry or if there’s bad lighting. Make sure your pictures are clear; the brightness and contrast must be right and don’t make all your pictures black and white. Have different effects!

Make sure you have an editing program. Photoshop is the best, if you know how to use it. Also, gimp works, but you need to know how to use that as well, but its like a free Photoshop. If not, then download Paintshop Pro and find some tutorials on the net which can help you edit your pictures. If not, download Photofiltre. Don’t use Picnik, unless you have the premium. However, don’t edit your pictures too much. Remember, the less the better.

Create a folder on your PC of your favorite pictures of site models (make sure you tell them you’re taking the picture first). You may want to keep that handy. If you’re in the mood for taking pictures but don’t know what pose/angle etc to use, just try to copy some details in the pictures! Some site models you might want to Google/find on MySpace: Abby Tulo, Betty Macpherson, Jenny Greenwood, Ashleigh DeMara, Lauren De Camp, Taylor Parks, Brookelle Bones, and Zoe Kimball.

Don’t add many of the same photos. If you took around 10 pictures of you doing the same pose and wearing the same clothes, just add ONE of them, not all of them. It might confuse people and it’s annoying.

Add people. It’s the only way you can get more friends. Once you have many people, stop adding people and you’re most likely going to get more and more friend requests. It gets you known more. Plus, add site model agencies.

Make sure your make-up looks good. Foundation, blush, eyeliner, mascara, eyeshadow and lip-gloss and essential. Remember, the less the better.

Think of an original name. If you’re thinking of becoming a scene site-model, think of a word that begins with the first letter of your name like Brookelle Bones. If you want to be just a pretty site-model, just use both your first name and last name(if you don’t want your last name to be known, make one up). If you have a famous name like Lauren/Taylor.. Use a different last name to make you known.

Always make sure you’re looking pretty. Why? Because if you want to be a site model, your camera will go everywhere with you and you will need to upload pictures often! Moreover, sites want pretty site models to represent their site.

Your weight? No, you don’t have to be super skinny. Plus size models are always in demand for weight loss websites and also for plus size clothing brands. Try to be presentable as possible but your weight should not be considered a totally eliminating factor.

Become friends with editors. If you become really nice to them, they might like you and you will ask them if they would like to use some of your pictures.

Be friendly. Yes, you have to have a good attitude but you can’t be mean to your fans. You’ll give yourself a bad reputation and you don’t want that.

Site models can be of any age as a site model is used to represent any number of genres or market segments. Teens models for teen related advertising and older models for good and services that appeal to that demographic. Ideally a site model will have some following on the internet to establish she or he is acceptable to the targeted market.

Be yourself. Yeah yeah, everybody keeps saying that. But you don’t want to copy other site models, you won’t be anything special that way. Have your own style by your hair, clothes and way you edit your pictures.

Organize your photos. Separate them to make them easier to find. You don’t want editors to give up on you! Also, make a folder on your PC of all your pictures. If anything happens and they get lost, you’ll regret not making a folder.

Ask your parents to go take pictures with a photographer. You’ll get pretty professional ones and have more + better photos.

Take pictures in front of your mirror. They are very easy to use and fun to edit. Also, use your mirrors to practice making faces! If you’re outside with friends, you don’t want to waste time taking 100 photos.

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