|Peter John by David Broadway|
Stunning Peter John is a young hunky model from Perth, Western Australia. He oozes charm and sexiness and as you can see in his photos, fitness is a huge part of his life.
Peter's stunning physique is a testament to his constant hard training and healthy living, and is matched by his great personality!
Many thanks to Peter for doing the interview and accepting to be featured at Stunning Men. Make sure to read his interview at the end of his profile!
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Hair: dark bark brown
Peter's full interview
Peter's full interview
Peter, welcome to Stunning Men and a big thank you for taking the time to do the interview.
No worries – thanks for asking Didier!
Could we start off with talking a little about yourself and your background?
Sure. I’m from Perth, Western Australia – born and raised. I work as an analyst for government and my degree is in Mathematics! And in case it isn’t obvious, I’m a huge fitness fanatic! (Peter gives us a cheeky smile)
How did you get into modelling?
It had been suggested to me quite a few times, but I had never really decided to pursue it – until recently. I’m still fairly new to the modelling scene – watch this space! (Peter smiles)
What do you enjoy the most about it?
To me, the best part of the job is the motivation it gives me to continue my healthy and active lifestyle and to stay in shape all year round. Getting paid to do something you love is always a huge plus.
How do you prepare before a photoshoot?
I try to always stay in good shape, but depending on the shoot, I might try to push it that little bit further. That might mean shedding an extra kilo of fat, or topping up the tan. I don’t dehydrate or resort to any drugs or anything like that – my health is more important to me. Plus, I want to portray a realistic ideal that people can aspire to.
You have a great physique. How do you keep in shape and healthy? Do you practise any sport?
Thanks Didier! I train 5 days a week at the gym and follow a simple, but effective diet. Essentially, I just avoid processed foods and try to eat lots of wholesome, nutritious foods each day (lots of veggies, oats, nuts etc). I have played a lot of sport in the past, but focus on my gym training now.
What are your top three favourite gym exercises and why?
Handstand push ups are my favourite, although I haven’t quite perfected them yet. I love them as they require a lot of strength and very good balance – an impressive feat to manage both. I can’t say I really have any favourites after that, although I do love exercises that give you an amazing pump.
What’s the best form of cardio for you?
In terms of fat loss – it would be high intensity interval training on the bike. In terms of enjoyment, I love skipping - double skipping in particular. Sprints on the beach are also good – can’t beat the training environment!
How do you keep motivated?
Modelling certainly helps! In general though, I find motivation in each day, simply by the way I feel – energised and strong, fit and healthy. When you live and breathe this lifestyle, you don’t need motivation. It simply becomes a part of who you are.
How do you fit training and fitness into your life? Is it a difficult thing to achieve?
Yes and no. It can be hard at times, but when it is a priority, you always make time. I just make it part of my routine. Usually, training every week night is easiest, but if that’s not feasible, then I’ll train every morning before work.
You are a very good looking guy – what do you think is your best asset?
You are far too kind. I’ve been told I have a very cheeky grin, and it has been known to get me out of trouble at time. (Huge smile)
And if you could change one thing about your body, what would that be?
Hmm, just one? I guess I’d say narrower hips, or wider shoulders. Either would have the same effect of giving me more of a V-taper.
How do you approach a challenge?
Depends on what type of challenge it is. I would say I usually approach a challenge with enthusiasm. There is nothing quite like the sense of accomplishment you feel afterwards.
What do you do in your down time?
Meditate, go to the beach and catch up with friends.
Do you have any role models? People who inspire you?
I have great respect for anyone that has the balls to go and take what they want from this life. Think people like Arnold Schwarzenegger – he knew what he wanted and went out there and took it. People who are willing to take risks and live without fear inspire me.
Now a few quick fun questions if we may? Do you think you are a good date?
What do you think is the secret to a good relationship?
Communication – absolutely. That means never saying things like ‘fine’ or ‘whatever’ and resolving your differences as and when they arise. It also means communicating in the bedroom.
Are you a brief man or a boxer kinda guy?
What do you listen to on your iPod?
Don’t have one! I’m not really a huge music fanatic, but my favourite genre would probably be alternate rock.
Your favourite song or piece of music to play while training or running?
I actually don’t listen to anything while I train – I find I am so focused on my training that I don’t hear the music anyway. If anything, it distracts me!
What kind of movies do you like?
I like movies that challenge me – movies that are a bit different or unique. Can’t go past a good Sci Fi flick!
What can’t you live without?
Sleep – I love a good sleep in!
You wouldn’t know, but I’m very good at ...
... Euro board games.
I’m just not very good at ...
What’s the best thing ever invented?
It hasn’t been invented yet – a device that enables the user to instantly analyse the contents of any food/drink they are about to consume to give a full breakdown of all the macro and micro nutrients.
What three words describe you best?
Intelligent, confident, charming.
One last question Peter, where do you see yourself and what would you like to be doing in 10 years time?
Tough question! But I guess I’d see myself settled down by then, in a good house – possibly married with kids, but we’ll see how that goes. I’d like to be pretty financially secure by that point and doing what I love and just generally making the most of life!
Peter, it has been a real pleasure to interview you! Thank you for your time and for being a good sport. All the best for the future!
No worries, thanks Didier!