Thanks so much for stopping by to visit my site!
Here you can check out my Competition, media, modelling, behind the scene video clips, magazine covers and various other galleries.
I also have my on-line store where you will find my new 'Chasing The Dream' clothing & merchandaise, and yes we ship Worldwide!
I also write a regular blog that keeps you up to date with eveything I'm up to and what I have coming up, all you need to do is register free of charge and away you go.
I'm thrilled to be a sponsored athlete for Skechers Shoes & NZ owned company Nutratech Sports Nutrition. I am also proud to endorse the brand new 'Raechelle Chase branded Gripads available at www.gripads.co.nz and Core150 shakers available at www.core150.com. As always I love hearing from you, please feel free to email me anytime xoxo
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My back ground is in Modelling, I did my first fashion show when I was just 5yrs old and continued right through! These days I prefer the challenge that comes with being in shape for Fitness Modelling.
My most important role is being a Mother to my 3 young children, Dior-Rose 5 yrs, Carlos 7yrs and Annaliese 13 yrs. I am lucky to work in varied roles in an industry that I love and am passionate about.
I am an International Fitness & Cover Model and have been blessed to have landed 11 Magazine covers to date. I write for several high profile International Fitness Magazines and last but not least I am a Professional IFBB Figure Athlete, New Zealand's 1st female ever to compete at The presitigious Figure Olympia in Las Vegas in 2011.
I have always lived outside of the box, I’m naturally drawn to risk taking, impulsive behaviour and setting myself what often seem to be impossible goals. I like to push the limits & boundaries of what I believe to be true in life to see just what really is possible. In the case of competing I find it fascinating how much we can actually handle.
Often we under estimate ourselves and what is possible. For me personally Its been incredible to learn that my body hasn’t needed as much sleep, as much food or as much rest as I would have thought it would.
That’s not to say I wouldn’t have preferred to have more of those things, but I have learnt that if it’s not something you can control, then you make do with what you have, and more often than not it’s enough.