Cali-bred hunk Alex Wilright is a pharmaceutical rep by day and a fitness model by night. “I’m intrigued by a woman who’s easy to fall in love with,” he reveals. “A woman who knows her worth and carries herself in a way that commands respect.” If this photo already has your temperature rising, just wait until you see what’s underneath that suit. His shirtless shots are almost too hot to handle. Click if you dare!
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“I believe the sexiest physical quality on a woman is her eyes, and the sexiest non-physical quality is her intellect,” says Wilright. “Of course, being physically attracted to her is a huge plus, but if we can’t hold a stimulating conversation, we just aren’t going to work out in the long run.”
“For me, friendship can be summed up with these words: Loyalty, reliability, and mutual respect,” says Wilright. “Every friend I have possesses these qualities. My closest friends are the same people I grew up hanging out with in high school and/or college. We have earned each other’s trust through consistent demonstration of loyalty, reliability and mutual respect.”
“To impress a woman, I pay attention to the details that the average guy overlooks,” says Wilright. “For example: her new manicure, her new hairstyle, etc. Noticing the 'little things' shows her I’m serious about how much I’m in to her.”
“Everything I do is calculated and ties in to the bigger picture of where I see myself a couple years from now,” says Wilright. “I have my goals written down and I stick to my plan to reach those goals the best I can.”
“I’m excited by a woman who has a pleasant personality, pleasant to my eyes and is easy to fall in love with,” says Wilright. “She’s a woman who knows her worth and carries herself in a way that commands respect.”
“I’m no Master Chef but I can hold my own in the kitchen and on the grill,” boasts Wilright. “I usually cook chicken, fish, and ground turkey dishes. My favorite meals to cook are tacos, lemon pepper salmon and chicken pot pie.”
Wilright has been an athlete since day one. “My mom taught me how to hurdle when I was five years old,” he says. “My uncle was a linebacker in the NFL and won the Super Bowl with the Raiders in ‘84. I finished 12th in Eugene, Oregon at the 2012 U.S. Olympic Trials in the 400 Hurdles.”
“I’m not single,” says Wilright. “I have been in a relationship with my girlfriend for two years. It’s great having someone like her in my corner because she helps support my ideas and motivates me to be a better person.”
“What I enjoyed most about my childhood was sports,” says Wilright. “My whole life revolved around sports. I played soccer, football, baseball, basketball, & ran track. My sports background is what still drives me to be physically fit every day.”
“I have a great relationship with my parents,” says Wilright. “I know I can always call either my mom or my dad if I ever needed them for anything. My parents are divorced and have both been happily remarried but our family chemistry couldn’t be better.”
“I have a great relationship with my two brothers and two sisters too,” says Wilright. “My older brother, Al, is 28 and is currently in the Air Force. I am so proud of him for joining the Air Force to help protect our country. My younger brother, Demetri, is 23 and works as an electrical engineer for Microsoft. My two younger sisters, Allysa and Lily, are only nine and seven, so they are little balls of energy.”
"In regard to my profession, saying I love it is an understatement," says Wilright. "I couldn’t see myself doing anything else. I get the opportunity to help inform physicians about new and improved products for their patients. Every day I feel like I am making an impact to help insure that patients are getting the level of treatment they deserve. However, if I could choose any other career besides what I do now, I would love to workout for a living because I love to work up a good sweat at the gym."
“While a college student, I wanted to make some extra money, so I applied for a part-time Christmas position at Macy’s,” Wilright shares. “That was my introduction to sales. After working there I knew I wanted to pursue a career in sales.”