Carla Inhaia showcasing her ripped abs and legs for the photo

Carla Inhaia

Fitness Model, Online Influencer

Carla Inhaia is a Brazilian fitness model and an online icon. With her statuesque figure, she’s risen to the top of the fitness & bodybuilding scene in Brazil.

She’s now on the rise on social media too, where more and more followers appreciate her unique looks and hard work in the gym.

When Carla’s fitness journey started, she didn’t know it all like today. In fact, she had to go through many ups and downs before hitting her stride in training. Over the years, her effort paid off, as she carved out an amazing body.

Carla has kept pushing further and further with each training session. She continues to improve in not only her physique but also success and recognition. Here are her stats, best pictures, and more;

Carla Inhaia posing on stairs looking ripped and aesthetic

Athlete Statistics

Full Name: Carla Inhaia
5'10" (177.5cm)BrazilianFitness Model, Online Influencer2010
Height5'10" (177.5cm)
ProfessionFitness Model, Online Influencer

Carla Inhaia showcasing her ripped and toned legs while standing on the stairs

Carla Inhaia posing in a gym showcasing her amazing glutes


A huge part of Carla’s popularity comes from her social media profiles. Through her internet posts, she’s made a name for herself as an online fitness icon.

Carla has also been successful in fitness modeling, gracing fitness publications in Brazil with her imposing physique.

Carla Inhaia in three different poses looking thick and curvy

Carla Inhaia flexing her legs looking ripped and muscular


Carla Inhaia is a huge fan of isolation exercises. This can be seen from her videos online, where she does a plenty of movements which isolate her muscle groups. These include glute kickbacks, leg extensions, leg press, and leg raises.

By focusing on the ‘mind and muscle connection,’ Carla achieves an optimal contraction of each muscle which results in a great workout.

But, this doesn’t mean Carla neglects compound exercises either. Squats and deadlifts also play a huge part in developing her overall shape and conditioning, especially when it comes to improving raw strength.

Unsurprisingly, her favorite body part to train is lower body. Especially legs and glutes. Below are some of her top exercises for building awesome curves.

Carla Inhaia flexing her biceps in a gym

Carla’s Favorite Leg and Glute Exercises

  • Leg extensions with slow and controlled movement
  • Glute kickbacks (1-second pause at the top)
  • Lying leg curls for hamstrings
  • Leg Press with feet wide apart (glute focused)
  • Dumbbell hip thrusts
  • Barbell squats
  • Raw deadlifts

Carla Inhaia standing in grass looking curvy and toned

Favorite Upper Body Exercises

Here are Carla’s favorite upper body movements;

  • Russian twists
  • Crunches
  • Ab rollouts
  • Hanging leg raises
  • Lat pulldowns
  • Triceps cable extensions
  • Barbell biceps curls
  • Overhead dumbbell press

Carla Inhaia taking a selfie in the gym looking strong

Carla Inhaia flexing her biceps and showcaing her amazing legs and glutes


Carla likes to eat several small and healthy meals per day.

However, she’ll occasionally allow herself a cheat meal to ‘reset’ her metabolism, and keep her body and mind content.

Carla Inhaia lying on a white blanket wearing a bikini, looking fit and curvy

Supplements Carla Inhaia Uses

Carla sticks to the basics when it comes to supplementation.

She takes a multivitamin, whey protein, and occasionally, a mineral supplement to meet her daily nutrient requirements.

Carla Inhaia flexing her biceps and quads looking strong

Carla Inhaia posing with Alessandra Alvez Lima, both looking strong and curvy

Carla Inhaia posing with Alessandra Alvez Lima.

What we can learn from Carla Inhaia

Carla Inhaia is someone who spent a lot of time researching about training and nutrition in order to get to where she’s today.

She had to push through countless obstacles, along with ups and downs before she was able to come into her own as a fitness icon and online influencer.

Carla has taught us that once we find our passion, we should never let it go and do our very best to turn it into something more.

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