Welcome to the Brand Rep Program by Self-Love and Fitness!
What are the requirements?
Must be based in Canada (as we currently only ship to Canadian addresses).
You do not need to be a personal trainer; however, you need to be passionate about fitness and healthy living.
How it works?
• We will ship ti you the item of your choice from our catalogue for your use and promotion.
• Create a unique Instagram post twice per month and a one-time Youtube or Instagram lifestyle video workout using our bands or a lifestyle video with our product as a product placement. All posts must have link-backs to our website.
What you get:
• A free product / bundle (TBD) to keep or to giveaway to grow your own following.
• The opportunity to be a guest blogger for the mindset and fitness sections of our website and showcase your tips, workouts and recipes (with links to your social media accounts and services). You may blog as little or as much as you like.
• The opportunity to learn about building a new brand.
• The Brand Rep Program will only be six months in duration (starting in February 2021); however, as the brand grows, we will offer unique tracking codes to our reps and longer-term programs.
• Applications accepted via e-mail at:
Please include a short biography of yourself and social media links. Only short-listed applicants will be contacted. No minimum amount of followers required, as we look at engagement and conversion potential.
In essence, we want people who have the confidence to interpret the brand and guidelines for themselves and put their own spin on it, so work ethic to think for oneself is important. If you want creative control of your posts promoting the bands, this may be for you. The only caveat is we do not word our posts as prescriptive of a workout plan or a diet to follow, we simply promote and inspire with our own and make it inspiring.
When promoting the product, we prefer to see them in-use in a lifestyle sense. We do not give advice about recommending any specific diet or workout plans. We talk about what works for us and provide product education. In essence, if we were to share a workout plan, we do so in a manner that talks about us using it, not in a prescriptive advice-giving sense.