WBFF Australia fitness title winner Syed Ali aims to enter the pro league in 2022

Fashion , fitness and beauty are some of the most coveted industries across the globe. The WBFF championship is one of the most highly sought after title in many countries and thousands of people attempt to win the esteemed title in the pro as well as the amateur league. Unlike other fitness competitions, there are multiple variables that are involved when  participating in the WBFF championship and it is of utmost importance that the winner possesses all the attributes. This years amateur title winner Syed Ali did exactly that and won big.

Syed Ali is a growing name in the fitness industry across Australia. He previously participated in the WBFF amateur league and was the runner up both the times. Not letting himself get down, he worked on areas that he didn’t score well in and came back stronger than ever and bagged this year’s winning title. 

Sharing his experience and thoughts on how he felt the first two times after coming so close to victory but not being able to go all the way, Ali said that he did not let his two defeats discourage him. Instead he requested for feedback from the judges after each loss and worked on the weak areas of his performance and when he finally did win the title, he was happy and felt blessed that his hardwork paid off. 

After winning the amateur league, he has won the pro athlete status and his next step is to participate in the WBFF Australia Pro championship in October 2022. When he’s not participating in championships, Ali works as a personal fitness trainer with daredevil fitness crew along with a fellow pro athlete. Together they help other aspirants prepare for the championship and even help people achieve their personal fitness goals and body transformations. 

To prepare for his Pro debut, Ali has gone back to the grind and is constantly working on improving himself and his physique. He has gained quite a following after winning the title and for those who want to check out his fitness videos and routines, you can follow him at @daredevilfitness on Instagram 

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