April Scott is an American actress, model, TV host, and fitness expert. She is the host of the TV Show, "Model Turned Superstar," a reality competition series where models from around the world compete for a grand prize of one million dollars. The show films in the most exotic locations on earth, taking April on some unforgettable adventures. Last season, they travelled to Phuket, Thailand where they rode elephants and zip-lined through the rain forest. In February, they traveled to Bora Bora, Tahiti and went diving with stingrays and sharks. May brought them to Punta Mita, Mexico where they were joined by a special guest, Victoria's Secret supermodel Alessandra Ambrosio.
April is a Certified Personal Trainer (American Fitness Professionals and Associates), Certified MMA Conditioning Coach (MMACC- Mixed Martial Arts Conditioning Association), Certified Holistic Life Coach (CHLC- The Spencer Institute), Certified Personal Fitness Chef (CPFC -The Spencer Institute), and a Kid's Nutrition Specialist (KNS- National Exercise and Sports Trainers Association).In March 2014, April and her one year old daughter, London, became ambassadors for the Love Can Initiative, LOVE CAN INITIATIVE a non-profit charity designed to help American children living in poverty.
April was recently named a Gold Ambassador for the Get America Fit Foundation (GAFF). The foundation is designed to offer a long-term solution to the nation’s health care crisis with a focus on health and fitness to inspire more Americans to live happier and healthier lives. The Get America Fit Foundation was developed to help counteract the growing rates of childhood and adult obesity, type 2 diabetes, cancer, heart disease and other serious conditions. Gold Ambassadors receive a wealth of information and education to share with others to inspire them to better health.
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April Scott Selected as Gold Ambassador for Get America Fit Foundation Foundation promotes improved health and wellness to help solve nation’s growing health care and obesity crisis