Fitness Model Pamela Jean Noble make her Coach & Player Magazine debut. (Photos by Malachi Banales)
REDLANDS, Ca. — (C&P) Say hello to Pamela Jean Noble, Coach & Player’s featured fitness model of the week. Pamela is much more than just a beautiful face, she has also been the recipient of countless personal fitness awards and accolades. Let’s learn a little bit more about Pamela in this C+P exclusive interview:
What is your name, age, and current occupation?
Pamela Jean Noble, 26. I’m mainly focusing on my fitness modeling career, but I do work at Hooters on the side.
Where are you from, and where do you currently live?
I’m originally from Fontana, California; but I live in San Bernardino, CA now.
How would you describe yourself in one sentence?
Anything but ordinary.
How do you stay in such great shape? Do you have any fitness tips for the readers?
What a lot of people don’t realize is staying fit is really 80 percent diet and 20 percent workout. People seem to think that if they’re working out they can go home and just eat all they want, but that’s not true. If you want to stay in great shape you need to watch what you’re putting in your body.
Also, a combination of diet and cardio is the best way to get rid of unwanted stomach fat.
So you do MMA and Taekwondo? How did you get into that?
I do MMA training, and I’m actually a black belt in Taekwondo.
One of my first modeling jobs was for TapOuT, and they let me use the gym they had on site for free. So, I started going there; and I love it. Then I started training with them, and I absolutely loved that too!
What was your all-time favorite moment in your modeling career so far?
Well the coolest moment so far was definitely seeing myself on a billboard for the first time. Other than that I would have to say placing top ten in the Hooters International Pageant. I was basically top ten in the world, which is an amazing feeling.
Which award are you most proud of?
About six months into my fitness career I came in 3rd for Physique of Year in Fitness Gurls Magazine. It was very reassuring to know that my hard work was beginning to pay off!
Where do you see yourself in 10 years?
I would like to be a fitness icon. I work very hard, so I hope that over the next few years I will be able to inspire other young girls. I’d also love to have a family going at that point.