Elizabeth Marshall is a four time FHM Cover model, a serial investor and a business enthusiast who adventures all over the world.
She was born in Alabama and raised in Texas. After three semesters of college, she decided to strike out on her own as a business woman, and has been self-employed ever since. She is married to another successful business owner and is currently working on a new start up.
Women Fitness President Ms. Namita Nayyar catches up with Elizabeth Marshall:
You were born in Alabama and raised in Texas. You decided after three semesters of college to strike out on your own as a businesswoman, have been a successful self-employed entrepreneur, and have also become a hugely successful and widely recognized model, gracing the cover of the hugely popular FHM Magazine four separate times. Tell us more about your incredible professional journey.
The story is too long to tell here, but the overall moral of my story is, KEEP GOING. No matter what life throws at you, keep putting one foot in front of the other, even if you’re only able to get through one day or one moment at a time. Everything passes, so learn how to take care of yourself and how to choose happiness during your low points. Teaching yourself that peace and happiness are often choices, and not always present feelings, is a very valuable life tool.
Tell us more about your experience of working with the prestigious and popular FHM magazine
Gracing the cover of FHM Magazine four times has been an absolute dream come true. Receiving the physical copies was a big full circle moment for me. I remembered for the first time since I was a kid what it felt like to dream about something like this while staring at magazines in the grocery store aisle. It’s something that I’m grateful for, worked hard for, and that proves that the journey really was worth it.
You are a world-leading fashion and glamour model, social media personality, fitness lifestyle expert, and brand ambassador. How do you manage such a remarkable multi-dimensional lifestyle?
I’m lucky to have an amazing family. We all work as a big happiness unit to support and love and strengthen one another.
Tell us about your fitness regimen
My exercise regimen involves a fairly equal amount of weight lifting and cardio. I alternate between upper body and lower body days when I lift, and I get in thirty minutes of high intensity cardio (usually indoor cycling) at least 5 days a week.
How do you train your abs? One secret to your toned body.
My secret to training abs? I don’t! Well, not very often, at least. I get most of my core stabilization training through keeping my abs tight during cardio, but I’ll throw in a 90 second-2 minute plank every once in a while if I want to throw in some extra work. Abs are made in the kitchen, by following a specific nutrition plan. A light upper core and light lower core workout three times a week are all that anyone who is after a small waist should be doing. Training too much makes your abs BIGGER.
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