What do models Eat..
average American woman is 5'4" tall and weighs 140 pounds. The
average American model is 5'11" tall and
weighs 117 pounds. Most fashion models are thinner than 98% of
Also, fitness models are photographed only when they are in "contest shape",
which means that they have dieted down to a low body-fat
for a short period of time. In the "off-season", most carry a higher body-fat
level because extremely low body-fat levels are physiologically unmanageable.
Besides, some fitness models DO use
anabolic steroids, just like female bodybuilders.
Other drugs used are thermogenics, diuretics, appetite suppressants,
amphetamines, and the plethora of "gray market" bodybuilding
For a model diet:
Start with resisting the urge to compare yourself to other models.
Focus on what's healthy for
Take good care of yourself and your health.
Exercise regularly and
meet with a dietitian for sound nutritional advice.
Go in for a regular physical check-up to make sure that your body stays
healthy while you continue with your eating, exercise, and
sure your getting eight glasses of water a day, lots of veggies, and be
conscious of how much sitting you do.
foods, Processed and fried foods are what will get you.
Stop watching as much TV and became more active going for
runs, the gym, etc. Just
keep MOVING. Park as far away from stores as you
can, etc. It all ads up.
To burn fat and get lean, you must put your
anaerobic system to work. This
means your weight training
exercises and cardio exercises
should last only for about 60 seconds or less. Using this system is so
inefficient for your body (heart) that it makes burning fat much more
Try to get at least 8 hrs of
you don't you will eat more, its been proven! Don't
stress about it, be conscious about it.
Also stay away from diet soda, horrible for you and makes weight loss
You may want to look like a model, but it's important to understand that
even models don't look like their pictures in real life. There are many
tricks to "doctoring" pictures. Some techniques
include airbrushing, computer alterations, special
lighting to cast shadows in just the right places, or even black and white
photography. All types of media trick us into thinking that there are people who
look far more "perfect" than any person really