Posted 09 June 2014 by Interview:

Etu Sipocz


How/when did you get started in training and living a fit lifestyle?

I've always wanted to be fit. I loved sports and was interested in the bodybuilding and fitness world.  I have always admired the fitness models and what I consider to be perfect bodies.

How do you stay motivated?

Fitness is a lifestyle for me. My motivation is the mirror. I always want to be better.

What types of cardio have worked best for you?

I like to running and spinning. However, the best cardio for me is circuit training. I do not have breaks between exercises whilst training the whole body.

Do you have a favourite healthy recipe?

I like all types of fitness candy which I make myself. My favorite is oat protein pancakes.

What does your diet consist of?

The contest diet is different. In this case, the high intake of protein and carbohydrate intake remains low. I eat chicken, rice, and steamed vegetables five times a day in smaller doses. Fruits are excluded. I drink 5-6 liters of water a day.  The diet for me is "clean" eating throughout the year.


How do you deal with cravings for junk foods, sweets and salty food?

I use cayenne pepper and garlic granules instead of salt. Once a week I eat anything I like :)

What are your top 3 favourite exercises?

The buttocks(glutes) and leg workouts I especially love. The stiff-legged deadlift and squats are my favorite.

Do you listen to music whilst you train?

It depends on my mood. I like silence. Silence helps me think through things. However, when I train, or my mood is good, of course, yes I listen to music. Deep House music I listen to when traveling like Nigel Stanley. At home I prefer chilled out music.

What is your training routine like?

I train five days a week. I train two body parts separately. My cardio workouts are done early in the morning with a half an hour run or bike ride. Later, I do two hours of training with my trainer. (Lifting weights). During my competition prep my cardio increases.

 Do you set short and long term goals?

I want to get my IFBB pro card.  I want to increase muscle and switch category. I am currently a fitness model and sports model so I need a little more muscle and separation.

What are you most proud of?

I am proud of what I have done. I'm an absolute champion of the Hungarian federation WBPF and European Champion respectively. Rated World Champion. The world champion and placed second in another German federation of NAC, I also got Ms. Shape category. I am proud of what my family kitartásomra inherited. I am proud of my parents who are always with me. I am proud of my Hungarian nationality as I sometimes stand top rung of the podium, and I represent my country. I am most proud that I can be myself in any situation.

Have you had any obstacles or setbacks towards
achieving your goal physique?

Due to a knee injury before the European Championships I did not attend, and I prepared a lot for it. I'm even more motivated today.

How do you measure your progress?

I'm getting better every year. I started my fitness journey two years ago. The mirror does not lie.

Who are your favourite, athletes or fitness models?

Larissa Reis, she is my absolute favorite!


What supplements would you use/recommend if any?

  • Protein drink in the morning and after training.
  • During the day I consume BCAA Glutamine and essential amino acids.
  • Before going to bed I drink casein.
  • Fat Burner and L-Carnitine during competition preparation.

What tips would you give to any woman wanting to get a feminine, CutandJacked physique like yours?

  • The most important thing to me is good nutrition.
  • 80% clean eating, 20% of hard training.
  • Persistence is important. You must not give up.  Be patient, the results will speak for themselves.

Etu Sipocz  Fitness Modell-/Sport Modell, Team Scitec, WBPF/ NAC

Born: 1.12.1981, Height: 5ft 3 inches.

Etu Sipocz facebook page:


The Complete Muscle Building E-Book


CutAndJacked Apparel

cutandjacked shirt 1.jpg

Want to grow your social media?

Purchase any item of our merch and get a free shoutout on our Instagram and Facebook stories.  Post a photo of you wearing your purchase and using hashtag #cutandjacked and tagging @cutandjacked