We can all be supermodels, yall. Its not even that hard or anything.
Victorias Secret model Elsa Hosk recently laid out her food and fitness diary for StyleCaster, and, TBH, it sounds pretty doable.
On oneparticularday, the 27-year-old downed bacon and eggs for breakfast, a mozzarella and tomato panini with lentil soup for lunch and an impressive spread for dinner at The Greek including fried cheese, chicken skewers with rice pilaf and a potato, cucumber and feta salad.
Um, yeah, yes. All of that. Every day. Give it to me. I want to be runway sexy and suck down plates of hot cheese more than I want to breathe clean oxygen.
The model doesnt snack, so she makes sure her meals are big enough to tide her over until the next plate of pilaf or Juice Press smoothie.
To stay fit, Hosk trains with boxing coach Kwame Davis and opts for basketball over mindless cardio.
She doesnt work out to music, which sounds like a unique formof torture developed by terrorists to gain entry to the White House undetected, but to each his or her freaking own, I guess.
The 5-foot-10-inch Swede advisesreaders to remember to exfoliate and moisturize, as it is evidently a vital step in the supermodel transformation.
Lets face it, you dont want to play a sweaty round of basketball and polish off your third pan of fresh, cleansing bacon only to realize you still look like the cartoon witch from Brave who turns everyone into bears just because you missed one simple skincare step.