Eva Saischegg standing on the beach in her bikini looking curvy and fit

Eva Saischegg

Fitness Model and Bikini Competitor

Austrian-born Eva Saischegg has been involved in sports and fitness her entire life. However, it wasn’t until 2015 that she came under the spotlight. This was the year when she wowed the judges in her first-ever fitness competition.

After stepping on the stage for the first time, Eva became enthralled with bikini competitions. So much so, that she decided to a build a career out of her passion. Eva soon began participating in the contest after contest, piling up awards in her trophy cabinet.

As she continued to make waves in the fitness industry, Eva attracted numerous followers to her sites.  With her victories at bikini shows, she’s quickly risen to become one of Austria’s most renowned fitness influencers.

Eva’s main ambition now is to become a bikini pro. With her awesome work ethic and attitude, she’ll be sure to accomplish her goal in the very near future.

Eva Saischegg posing during a fitness contest in Austria

“Do what you love and you’ll never have a problem with Monday.”

Athlete Statistics

Full Name: Eva Saischegg
125 - 135lbs (56.7 - 61.2kg)5'6" (167.5cm)AustrianFitness Model and Bikini Competitor
Weight125 - 135lbs (56.7 - 61.2kg)
Height5'6" (167.5cm)
ProfessionFitness Model and Bikini Competitor

Eva Saischegg holding 20-kg dumbbells made out of concrete and sand

Eva Saischegg in two different poses showing off her curvy body

“I have done sports my whole life – I was dancing, played basketball and did gymnastics, but in 2014 I found my real passion – bodybuilding.”


Bikini Competitions and Awards


  • 1. place IFBB International Austrian Cup Bikini -169cm
  • 2. place IFBB International Austrian Cup Junior Bikini open


  • 4. Bikini Fitness Newcomer Open  Miss Fibo Power Beauty
  • 2. Bikini Fitness Juniors open  IFBB Neulingsmeisterschaft Grafenwörth
  • 3. Bikini Fitness over 165cm IFF Neulingsmeisterschaft Grafenwörth
  • 2. Bikini Fitness – 169cm IFBB International Austrian Cup
  • 3. Bikini Fitness Juniors open IFBB International Austrian Cup

Eva Saischegg's fitness transformation before-after

“I really do love doing heavy sumo deadlifts and hip thrusts.”


Eva trains six days per week, focusing on her form and a full range of movement when performing exercises.

Here’s her workout routine:

Eva’s Training Regimen

  • Monday: shoulders, arms, abs
  • Tuesday: Legs, calves, abs
  • Wednesday: Back, chest, shoulders
  • Thursday: Rest day
  • Friday: Shoulders, arms, abs
  • Saturday: Legs, calves, abs
  • Sunday: Back, chest, shoulders

Eva Saischegg posing by the pool showcasing her ripped abs


In terms of cardio, Eva performs it only when she prepares for a contest.

She’ll typically do 30-60 minutes of cardio, 3-6 times per week throughout this period.

Eva Saischegg taking a selfie of her toned body in grey leggings in a gym

Eva Saischegg posing and smiling on the beach in her red bikini


Dieting Phases

As a fitness competitor, Eva has an ‘off-season,’ and ‘in-season’ diet. When not competing, she’ll consume calorie-dense foods which allow her to sculpt and shape her physique.

As she comes closer to the contest date, she’ll gradually reduce her calories. However, Eva will make sure to maintain a high protein intake during this period to avoid losing muscle. The closer she gets to the contest, the more strict her diet becomes.

This means there are no ‘cheat foods’ allowed when Eva competes. It’s only after her contest is over that she’ll allow herself to have a more relaxed diet.

Eva Saischegg displaying her lean and toned body for a picture

Eva Saischegg displaying her curvy and toned body for the camera

What we can learn from Eva Saischegg

Growing up, Eva dreamed of building a fit and lean physique. After embarking on her journey in fitness, she made this dream a reality.

Looking through her career and life, Eva has achieved an inspiring transformation. She’s now an influence for everyone who follows her online.

Here’s what we can learn from Eva Saischegg: Set measurable goals, keep moving forward, and don’t let anything stop you from getting to where you want to be.

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