Do You have what it Takes to be the Next Fitness Star?

Women's Health are calling out for women who not only embody expertise in the fitness industry, but who are inspiring and have what it takes to motivate their readers.

The applicants will be judged by an elite group of experts including Felicity Harley, Australian Women's Health Editor, Kylie Gillies, The Morning Show Host, Cameron Byrnes, Celebrity Personal Trainer, Christina Panias, PUMA Marketing & Communications, Jo-Anne Khoury, Rebel Product Manager and Sarah Stinson, The Morning Show Executive Producer.

Harley comments, "If you're a qualified personal trainer or exercise instructor with a powerful fitspo story, jump start your career by recording a two-minute video of your workout style and tell us why ou have what it takes to be a Fitness Star."

Do You have what it Takes to be the Next Fitness Star?

The Top 5 finalists, selected by a celebrity-judging panel, will be featured on a special cover of the August issue, on sale July.

The winner, who will be announced this July, will receive a one-year contract as the face of PUMA Training and will be the new Women's Health Fitness Expert.

Panias comments, "The Next Fitness Star winner will mark the launch of PUMA's first ever Australian Women's Training Star, coinciding with the global appointment of Rihanna as the Creative Director and Ambassador for PUMA, bringing her styling sensibilities and innovation to the collection."

Like Rihanna's unstoppable spirit, creative energy and prowess both on and off the stage, PUMA are looking for the Next Fitness Star to embody everything that PUMA stands for to make her the perfect representation for the brand.

For more information and to enter, click HERE.