Very interesting interview. Like many others here, I do admire her dedication, but I personally would never want to go through all that to become a fitness model. I like that she was very honest in saying that it's a diet that can only be followed for a very limited time, for a very specific purpose. Maybe that will help people understand that most people can't look like the models they see on the covers of magazines-and even they are photoshopped now! Besides the dietary restrictions, there is also the issue of time-obviously, training for something like that becomes almost a second job and would suck up a lot of time. For most of us, who work "regular" jobs or have a lot of responsibility, it would be hard to devote the time to the training. But, she is a fitness professional who already spends a good deal of time in the gym, so that may not be as much of an issue for her. I guess it's like having any dream-you have to be willing to devote the time and effort to making it come true, whether that be being a fitness model, starting your own business, or whatever.
Leigh in Knoxville ; - )
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