The Victoria’s Secret Model Diet

Hey guys!

How have you been? We are rounding out the end of the month and some of you are finishing out your Dietbet! You’re almost there. Finish strong! I’m super proud of you.

So the other day I was browsing the interwebs and ran across this peculiar article discussing the VS Supermodel Diet on Telegraph.co.uk and wanted to discuss it with you. The post was talking about how the company casts for the VS Fashion Show and Adriana Lima, one of Victoria’s Secret’s most famous models, shared her slim down secret before she hits the runway.

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Adriana Lima’s Runway Slimdown Plan:

- Everyday, she drinks a gallon of water along with a a clean diet of steamed veggies and lean protein.

- Nine days before the show, she is on a “no solids” diet. She will only drink protein shakes that include powdered egg. 

- Two days before the show, she will drink “normally”. Ditch the gallon of water.

- Twelve hours before the show, she will stop drinking entirely.

The whole water thing is also a technique that a lot of bodybuilders and bikini competitors use to super lean out before hitting the stage. Without water, your skin will start to suck into your muscles as you dry out and you will lose quite a few pounds of water weight. Lima said that she loses up to eight pounds. Bodybuilders love it when their veins start to show – it’s called getting “vascular”. Shows how little fat you have. HOWEVER! This only works if you are already drinking a lot of water regularly. Also, just be careful when you start drinking water again normally after your event. You may find yourself bloating up after the extreme amount of water depletion. Please keep in mind that this water technique is a completely temporary solution to losing weight. You are not losing real fat or doing anything healthy for your body. It is just a quick fix and you will gain that water weight back once you start drinking normally again.

As for her workout, she trains with a personal trainer daily and works out 2x a day the last 3 weeks leading up to the show. Sophia Neophitou who is the British fashion editor and chief stylist for this year’s show says that, “It’s like they’re training for a marathon…They are athletes in this environment – it’s harder to be a Victoria’s Secret model because no one can just chuck an outfit on you, and hide your lumps and bumps.”

2012 Victoria's Secret Fashion Show - Runway

Hmmmmm…fierce words stated by the fashion editor huh? I think there are different challenges associated with every profession. Athletes need to be strong, quick, and have lots of stamina to outlast their competitor and win the game. Swimsuit models need to keep a slim physique in order to look great in their shoots to sell more clothes. Both are difficult and/or easy in their own ways based on your innate skills and the genes you were born with or without. It is a question of what your goals are and how you’re going about achieving them.

To be a VS Angel, you have to have a certain type of body and a certain type of look. The truth is that not everyone can be an Angel. And even once you get an Angel contract, you have to work hard to please your agency and your directors with the perfect amount of tone, leanness, and youth. Your looks dominate your career because it IS your career. The Angels work out and eat like this because it is how they maintain their job.

Modeling is such an interesting thing. Some are born thin, tall, and beautiful and don’t work out at all. Others have to constantly be dieting and dieting and dieting. All are under the pressure of someone else telling them how they need to look. I once met a male model at a fashion party who seriously had some type of body image disorder. Once he found out I was a fitness instructor, all these stories came out about how his agency told him he was too fat and then handed him a cigarette to suppress his appetite. The guy was skinnier than a size 28 pant (the smallest pant size at a department store) and had the most chiseled jawline I’d ever seen in real life. They said he was too fat for the magazines. He told me how guilty he felt for eating a protein bar in the middle of the day because his agency also told him to not get too muscly either.

And then on this other magazine shoot where I was training a model how to do Pilates poses, the girl told me that she loved to workout but her agency told her that she needed to get rid of her muscle if she wanted to do any high fashion stuff. She was unsure of what to do since she’s been athletic her whole life. The girl was gorgeous. There was nothing she needed to change. It troubled me that her beauty and her worth were being determined by someone else daily…and that her confidence seemed to be weak.

Ah! Can you imagine?

Who knew the real hardship behind being famously beautiful? It’s a job and there’s upkeep. Though I wouldn’t agree to what our media has projected as beautiful (most of the models don’t look like what they do without photoshop), I do understand why Adriana Lima does what she does before the runway show. Pressure. From everyone. There are unpleasant challenges that she needs to endure to look the way she does before posing in front of millions of people in lingerie.

I don’t suggest her method for most of us as it is not necessary to do a liquid diet for over a week to slim down. If you are looking to lose weight permanently, follow an eat-clean diet (check out my 90 day plan) and train hard (do the monthly calendar). You will get results without paying for a personal trainer and you will feel triumphant, confident, and very happy. The liquid diet will not make you happy at all. You will be very snarky, upset, and hungry. Trust me. I carb-depleted before my bikini comp and I was once a very irritated girl. There is no point in being hungry, mad, and skinny. Change your goal and work towards being healthy, happy, and STRONG. Everything else will fall into place. I promise.

The VS Fashion Show is like the Superbowl of fashion shows and while football players train to increase their speed and their strength, VS Angels will train to make their bodies look like walking works of art.

What are your thoughts on Adriana Lima’s diet plan? Does it intrigue you? Like I said in a previous post, I am developing a meal plan for you guys so that there will be no more questions asked regarding healthy eating for your perfect mind and perfect body. I gotcha covered. Don’t worry.

<3 Cassey

 

RESOURCES:

http://fashion.telegraph.co.uk/news-features/TMG8872623/Victorias-Secret-show-What-does-it-take-to-be-a-Victorias-Secret-Angel.html

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/11/07/victorias-secret-angel-diet_n_1079315.html

Comments

  1. I’m vegetarian right now, I’m in my early teens, 14, my body is curvy (I am quite slim but I have a bit of curves) and I was wondering, as I grow up, is it possible to be a model? With my vegetarian diet because I am an aspiring model and I know that protein is important but I’m never going to change my mind about being a veggie.

    • you need to make sure you are getting enough protein daily. everyone needs protein to function properly especially if you are a growing teenager. you can get protein from multiple different sources that is not meat such as eggs, milk, cheese, peanut butter, almond butter, protein shakes, tofu, etc.

      • Protein is in all foods. You only need a ton of protein if you want to bulk up your muscles. As as vegan I suggest you check out the rawtill4 diet and freelee the banana girl. She has a ton of informational videos on youtube.

  2. hello my name is Jordan i will be 18 years old in june. I’m 5″9 and i weigh 128.5 lbs. i wish to be a model more than anything in the world. the only problem is my teeth rant really strait, there still pretty just not perfect. do you teeth really have to be perfect to be a VS model?

    • We’ll for them there is a lot of factors that go into choosing a model ,they don’t exactly publicly give the specific traits the model has to have so I can’t really give you an answer but if you are interested I recommend that you sign with a modeling agency that Victoria secret works with. VS works mostly with Ford Models,Elite Models and IMG Models.If you sign with them they will give you the specific criteria you need to have.From what I have learned you need to have specific measurements 34’24’34.Weight wise you have to be between 110-120 that’s the ideal weight.I hope this kind of helped you a bit and I hope your dreams of modeling for VS come true best of luck.!!!

  3. Le Roux Cecillia says:

    Hello, Victoria’s Secret Models are very beautiful, in looks and also they seem amazing in person, My friend is a Victoria’s Secret model and I am so proud of her because she goes through hell to keep her job, but she says that at the end of the day it’s totally worth it… I also auditioned for VS Modelling, but sadly didn’t get through! I am very happy and proud of the VS models, they go through a lot of pressure and hell to keep up the job but like my friend says, at the end of the day it’s worth it and it makes you stronger than ever! How many times during workouts and diets you have tried to give up? VS models, my friend and me have gave up many times, but after a min we think again and say ”It’s worth it” cause at the end it truly is! Hard work gives perfection! x

  4. Hey! I am a model myself (fashion/runway etc) and am familiar with this. It does work very well, but I wouldn’t recommend this to other people. A sustainable diet is a much better way to manage weight. The biggest problem could be binges at the end of these kind of diets, which results in weight gain. Then there’s the psychology that can play a role; these kind of diets can be a serious trigger to develop disordered eating patterns.

  5. I enjoyed reading your blog post, thank you for writing it. I do agree with your opinion of being healthy happy and strong/fit rather than thin, unhappy and angry. I think I read a comment on the top that stated that the commenter would only do it if she was paid as much as Adrianna Lima. Haha, I guess if you’re paid that much, anyone can be a little happier with the diet.

    I’ve always been thin throughout my life though and have never been on a diet, I can’t imagine having to live that way. But maybe cause it’s genetics, I don’t really gain/lose weight often, I just remain the same size.

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  7. Love Adriana! I would do that diet too if i would get paid as much as she to do it !

  8. Thanks for this blog post! On my opinion more people especially young girls or women should read it, because it just shows that the VS models or models in general have to look that way and that it’s not “normal”. But it just shows especially women a wrong view from what they should look like…

  9. Casey,
    This post really scared me. I understand that the VS models have to look really good since they are in lingerie, but the whole part about depriving yourself of water to make your body suck it out of your muscle really was scary. I know they have to look good and I really like them! But the male model who was constantly feeling guilty broke my heart. I read your most recent post about Ke$sha’s ED and how Dr. Luke called her fat. It’s truly amazing how human beings can trash talk other peoples body like this. Everybody is trying to get this certain image in Hollywood, but I feel like everyday that perfect body type just keeps getting smaller and smaller. When is it going to stop?

  10. Cara who is feeling dumb right now says:

    My problem is really drinking the water. I don’t eat meat and I have no problem eating clean because I always feel guilty after gorging on something very fattening. My mom has been watching her weight since for ever since she’s a yo-yo’er like many people her age and she’s all about eating healthy since she had cancer (chia seeds and whatnot).

    I was wondering, though… I love drinking tea. Especially in the Winter. Is drinking tea as good as drinking water or does it for some reason not count? I mean, maybe this is a really stupid question, but I have actually read somewhere that if you put milk in your tea it doesn’t count as ‘healthy’ tea anymore so I figured the same might go for putting herbs in your hot water.

    Please correct me if I’m wrong :)

    • I’m not necessarily a huge tea fan, but I found this tea called “Get Lost” (there are also others, like Skinnyme Tea) and it’s a little like detox. I drink it 3x a day before/after a meal. The first day I did it, my lower belly flab flattened out! I would totally recommend trying one of those teas! (Plus they’re herbal: rooibos)

      • I drink green tea all the time and I think really herbal teas like that, that are mostly water and that don’t have milk in them, are said to be very beneficial because of all the antioxidants and added things they have in them in addition to their water content :) Please feel free to correct me, I’m not sure if I’m right here but if anything they’re not bad for you!! :) xxx

    • Hey Cara,

      just read your post and I was wondering why you can’t drink water? do you hate the taste or something? Perhaps you could try having fruit infusions which is basically putting fruit into your water (and leave it for several hours in the fridge) so it has some sort of taste, because well, water is amazing for you body, considering we are >70% water, it helps with better bodily functions and clearer skin etc etc. I don’t think tea cancels out its effects and if so not by much, because it is essentially about getting liquid into your system so your body has enough fluids to do what its got to do.

      Please don’t read/buy into some of the nonsense you can get on the net about how tea is no longer healthy when you add milk to it etc, because seriously, how much milk is actually going into your tea? and if it is significant enough, that’d be drinking milk not tea. Everything should be taken in moderation, and a lil bit of milk seriously, will NOT kill you. In fact, last I checked, milk is good for you! Herbs in hot water sound like a good idea if that will make you drink the 8 recommended glasses per day, and no, it doesn’t cancel out anything. And on another note, don’t feel guilty/beat yourself up when you enjoy the food you love once in a while whether it’s fattening or not, life is about having a good balance after all. As long as you’re active and make sure your diet doesn’t consist of bags and bags of sugar and chips a day, I’m pretty sure you’ll be fine :) I don’t know if this is relevant or not, but happiness doesn’t come from a number on the scale, it’s about how we feel from within, and weight definitely doesn’t define who we are.

      Sending you lots of love and support ! <3

  11. I can’t believe it!! But to be honest drinking a lot of water could help you lose weight a bit. I tried it :3

  12. WOW! Those girls really are disciplined and dedicated. I could never do a liquid diet for so long. Seeing this makes me have heaps of respect for them because it shows how hard they work. Amazing.

  13. Wow, and this, is why I could never be a model… That and the fact that I’m 5’1”…

    Although those girls are really impressive, I love watching ”America’s next top model” and gosh, that job seems way harder than I thought it was!

    Crazy poses to hold forever, modeling bathing suits in freezing water… This is nuts! They have all my admiration fo I never would be able to do it!

  14. I want to try this before the casting for Elite Model Look !

  15. Thao Nguyen says:

    What do I think of VS models diets? Serious discipline. It’s like any other thing people do well and yet you can’t, it’s not the norm to do that as well and serious pressure, and the details about how healthy that is isn’t totally questionable but something that’s not do-able for most. Just the idea of sticking to something so strict is mind boggling to me. So in one word I’ll call it discipline. I envy the discipline she has as well as that body but I do not envy not being able to eat solids for over a week.

  16. Sure, the Victoria’s Secret models look hot, but that diet…makes me feel dizzy from even reading it! There’s no “absorbable” carbohydrates for immediate fuel in it, and there’s no healthy fats to make ketones with You’ll have nothing to burn for energy and feel weak and tired and dizzy and like the speaker from “One” by Metallica only not comatose!. What’s the point of having zero percent body fat and looking good half-naked if you don’t have the mental clarity, energy, or clear head to enjoy it?

  17. smarter than all yall says:

    Watch the best speech ever by Gary Yourofsky before un educated folks die of eggs, meat cheese and milk. Vegan is the only way unless your catch is wild do all yourselves a favor

    • Prove it. Give concrete scientific evidence of this. My great grandma ate eggs, cheese, red meat, smoked cigarettes and drank a shot of whiskey everyday and died at the age of 98. My point is that everyone is different and one thing may be good for your body and not someone else’s so you shouldn’t just shove your opinion at people. People might listen if you gave concrete scientific facts where the SAME results have been achieved multiple times not just once like most “scientific” experiments these days instead of some guy who is saying all of the same misinformed crap that people have been spouting for HUNDREDS of years. Look it up it’s not new information. Also it is statistically sound that more people are born with birth defects when their mother doesn’t eat meat as in the things your body needs that you CAN’T get with a vegan diet. And no matter what people say we do have teeth made for an omnivore. Gorillas and pigs have our teeth and are omnivores. Don’t tell me the only eat meat when they have no choice but that doesn’t make any sense because there have been studies where gorillas have eaten meat when fruit and vegetables were available.

      • There is proof for a vegan diet and against, just as there is proof for a meat based diet and against. It’s a lifestyle choice, really, but the more plant based foods you eat the less of a chance you have of getting certain illnesses. And you CAN get everything that you need on a vegan diet if you’re smart about it, and eating a vegan diet while pregnant is completely okay unless you have an underlying health issue. The only reason why they say birth defects are at a greater risk on a vegan diet is because there could be a deficiency of B12 in the diet, which is easy to fix with supplements. It’s part of the prenatal supplements all women are advised to take anyway.

      • Amanda. Read the China Study. The biggest scientific study ever on human health and diets.

        Also, where’s the scientific proof that eggs/ meat/ dairy is good for you? You DO know that over 90% of the health education given at public schools is funded by the MEAT AND DAIRY INDUSTRY? (source: Forks over Knives)

        ALSO the meat eggs and dairy your grandmother ate for the majority of her life are NOT the same products we are consuming today. Due to the ever- increasing drive for profit, animals used for meat and dairy are given artificial growth hormones, antibiotics, fed GMOed corn and soy, etc. And we wonder why cancer is America’s #2 killer (after heart disease of course, which animal products greatly contributes too)

        • So agree with u Catherine!! The meat and dairy products nowadays are TOTALLY different than what her g-ma ate back then. Educate yourself before you go eating dairy and meat…. it’s not what it’s all “cracked” out to be. A Plant-based diet can REVERSE diseases caused by dairy and meat…..and that’s the truth!

        • I agree that people should look into exactly what they are eating (all the preservatives, fillers, etc, are disgusting!) That being said, some people (myself included) do benefit from naturally raised meat. I was vegan for a few months, and vegetarian for a year after that, and though the change initially did help to improve my health (mostly made me more aware of what I was eating) no matter how many iron and protein rich foods I ate, I was anemic and felt worn out much of the time. When I became pregnant for the first time, I couldn’t stomach most of the plant-based protein substitutions, so I began to eat meat again. Not a ton of it, and I mostly bought high quality meat from organic grocery stores, but I found that a little red meat helped me feel infinitely better. I asked my doctor about it, and she said that some people’s bodies aren’t as good at converting plant protein into something usable, and that the meat might be easier for me to digest. Everyone’s bodies are a little different. I think the most important thing is making conscious decisions about what to put into your body, knowing what is best for YOU.

  18. I modeled during college and now I do it for fun. Most models go through periods of following a strict regimen versus just “letting go”. I ate an exclusively protein-rich diet to prepare for shoots (mainly lean turkey, chicken, rabbit, bison, ostrich, elk, fish, occasionally indulging in steak, pork and lamb). I avoided carbs and drank three liters of water every day. Ate some veggies, not much. The diet does wonders to your skin, hair, nails, and muscle tone.

  19. The food imtake is important to watch, a balanced diet will get you good results. I guess some people are thin to look like skeletons so they don”t have to buy a costume on Halloween. The point is to not to look good, but to put away a buck to make your ass look big by carrying it in your wallet.

    • Claudia B. says:

      This is a very disrespectful comment. Making fun of or judging people who are thin is ignorant. People have many reasons for wanting to be thin, including improving their health and fitness, conforming to society’s ideal, gaining acceptance from others, gaining self acceptance, and having an improved quality of life. You have no right to judge the motivations of someone you don’t know.

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  21. s6milerun says:

    First of all, thank you Cassey for putting blogs out there that are on every woman’s mind. We women want to look fit, sexy, and unbeatable. I feel ya! And, I am super-intrigued by Adriana Lima’s diet. Let’s face it – most of are here because we want the by-product of health: beauty!!! I am forever challenging myself to look as best as I can, but I sometimes get down on myself because I do not have big, bouncy breasts, the most taut stomach, or the perkiest butt. It’s hard for me to achieve the ‘sexy’ look because my body is just different (and older), and yet I still wonder if it can somehow change magically according to a more extreme diet, like Lima’s. The best I can do is work what I’ve got, but I will honestly say I AM jealous and consequently intrigued.

  22. MiinaMarie says:

    I guess the biggest downfall I would have or generally find i have when i “eat super clean” instead of just whatever weight watchers points i’d normally eat, is variety. (btw i’d never eat like adriana’s eating..err…not eating :P in response to cassie’s question.) I can eat steamed veggies and stuff, but i need more variety to fill out my day than just 10-15 ingredients on the shopping list. I have that too – staples I always buy because they’re good for me or WW appropriate, but oftentimes I feel like there’s nothing to eat. I’m just bored of it all. And trust me, I’m a creative cook, maybe I’m just tired a lot too – i know that’s some of it.
    Basically I guess I’d just like to know, or for you to layout, healthy things to eat that aren’t the same pretty much everyday or require much prep work all the time. I tried the protein slim down challenge thing almost 3 months ago. It was alright, but even till this day i will hardly touch chicken because I had so much of it…make sense?
    I’d love to eat more clean, but there has to be more choice. (like i eat brown rice, not white, but i remember a comment someone made before where they said they were shocked that it’s not a ‘clean’ food) this stuff is tricky and wouldn’t know how I’d do against it all the time.

  23. I also think that this is only Adriana’s routine. It should be kept in mind that she is also a mother. There are women I know who model who regularly have these shapes from their regular healthy eating regimens and exercise and Adriana goes for different body looks for different work – for example her body looks different when she models for Louis Vuitton than when she models for Victoria’s Secret.

  24. I think that people shouldn’t look up to (VS-)models,because it’s their job to look good.If i had time to work out 5 hours a day and could afford a nutrition expert t,i would look like that too.And also visagists spend HOURS on them,for hair,make up,…
    They also wear a lot of body makeup to make their abs stick out,highlight their legs,…

  25. i loved this post! your thoughts are golden and i think you write such inspiring things.
    i believe it’s important to talk about the VS model looks and explain all the work behind it!
    thank you.

  26. Hey Cassey,
    I would love to see something similar to this in the meal plan you are creating. Sounds like it may work. Not only would we lose weight, but also obtain beautiful skin from all the water. Thanks for spending so much time on your POPsters.

  27. Cassey please include a vegan version of this meal plan you are creating! :)

  28. I’m not sure how I feel about this. I agree with Cassey about how it’s really similar to athlete mentality and Adriana is a boxer and definitely does have an athlete’s mentality. The other thing is I think Adriana is the only one who does this – I’m sure the other girls have their own routines and what nots but like you said everyone was born with different genes and maybe Adriana has to do that but other girls don’t to achieve a similar result so it kind of makes this whole idea about what to do to get skinny obsolete.
    To me, it’s not anything different from those who give up their life to career success in other areas such as investment banking, medical professions, consulting, engineering etc. It’s all a set of choices with working in your life path. But honestly living around people who give up everything for their career advancement makes me think twice about how “creepy” the media industry is – may as well be both, just one not physical-appearance-based.
    -Catt xxx

  29. Thank you for this post and your honest perspective. Love the way you love us!

  30. Very interesting perspective and refreshing Cassey!
    Models chose to make their beauty their whole career. While I think it takes a lot of dedication, I wouldn’t want to suffer like that. Anyhow, I would have to suffer A LOT to be as gorgeous as these ladies :)
    I choose to simply take care of myself. It makes me feel beautiful!

    On another unrelated note, could we get your blog posts by email (or a notification)? I don’t think about checking your blog each day and I feel I’m missing out.

  31. I saw a documentary years ago that said the # people who have the genetics (ignoring everything else) to be a VS “angel” is less than those that have the right genetics to get into the NFL. WAY way WAY less than 1% of the population.

  32. I think her training plan is good for her and not recommended for the general public personally. It’s similar to an athlete’s training plan and diet. You wouldn’t just jump in and follow their plan so I wouldn’t consider doing hers either, unless I had a group of professionals telling me this is what you should do. Besides, eating clean and working out, like you said, are what we should all strive for in order to be healthy, which is really our goal, right!?

  33. Hey Cassey and fellow blogiltates community,
    I am an accupuncturist so when I read about diets I try to think what they are doing to a person,s body in regards of Traditional Chinese Medicine. This one where a person doesn’t drink or eat for 12 hours is basically damaging your metabolism (or the organ that is supposed to transform and transport food and water throuh out the body).Thee fact that one may experience bloating after resuming a regular diet supports shows that the organ that is supposed to transport and transform fluids is taxed. Its like pouring water on dried out grass the grass is so damaged it can’t preserve the water properly. In the case of the Victoria secret models the damage is done to the organ in charge of their metabolism, sure they look
    beautiful but are they healthy? Not in my book (literally).

  34. Really well said Cassie :)

  35. Hi Cassey! I just saw this video and thought of you :)! I thought it was very enlightening :)! I had no idea that fat turns into H20 & CO2! I found it while perusing TED talks. What are your thoughts?
    The Mathematcis of weight loss: Reuben Meerman at TEDX QUT
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NGKLpYtZ19Q&list=TLZMtPvn8Ou9HrKViQeH3eHdeIAYqad-dK

  36. Thank you, Cassey! I can’t share this TED talk by Cameron Russell often enough: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KM4Xe6Dlp0Y

  37. another article about VS models (not about the pre-runway diet, but still interesting): http://blackgirlsguidetoweightloss.com/body-image/victorias-secret-models-runway-walking-and-booty-paint/

  38. As you said Cassey, it’s a TEMPORARY diet based on professional grounds. What defines a VS models are the remarkably good genes+appropriate training+clean eating habits, not the liquid diet before the runway which is just an artifice to look flawless and PERFECT (not dangerous in these conditions) .

  39. Cassey, thank you! There’s always a “behind the scenes” story, that not much people know about. I like your view: “There’s no point in being hungry, mad and skinny!” I appreciate you and the work you do to give the best to your fans. My daughter and I both enjoy blogilates. And now dogilates, Congratulations!

  40. thank you so much for you help Cassey! after reading this, I feel so much more confident with my body right now. Thank you so much for your workout tutorials that i always feel energetic and happy everyday :)

  41. What I got from this post is not that Cassey was comparing anyone to the VS models in their diet goals, but instead was pointing out that lots of people don’t understand just what some of those models need to go through to look like that. They work just as hard as athletes. This post gives a little perspective. You cant judge a book by its cover- someone with a body you may be dreaming of can have a whole world of problems you’d never have guessed at. The point is to concentrate on you, your body, and what works for your goals and health.
    Kendrrat
    http://heyyber.blogspot.com
    (health and fitness inspiration)

    • MiinaMarie says:

      that’s right man! we’re all on our own journey at different paces looking for different things and no one should tell us how we need to look in order to be successful. :)

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