new zealand model georgia fowler shares extreme victoria\'s secret show diet and workout
Georgia Fowler, born in Victoria\'s Secret Angel and host of the New Zealand runway project, consolidated her position as the country\'s most successful model recently.
The veteran walked along the runway of the famous lingerie giant for the third consecutive year.
But before that, she revealed the tough diet and fitness regime she followed to prepare for the event.
Fowler, known for his strict commitment to maintaining physical fitness, works seven days a week with a large amount of raw fat and dark vegetables in his diet and is a fan of the infrared sauna.
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\"She mixes high-intensity training with boxing, Pilates, yoga, and barre classes. And for a full-
Fowler, who loves the battle ropes, says to stimulate heart rate, build AB definitions and improve the spine posture.
In terms of diet, the former parish schoolgirl school has previously shared her taste for avocado, nuts, almond burrito, and loves acai bowls or veggie omelet.
Fowler signed with IMG models such as Bella Hardy and Alexander Ambrosio, who reportedly started daily with tea, apple cider vinegar drinks and coffee.
When it comes to reducing food from her diet, the model told Mary Claire Australia last year that she avoided eating carbohydrates, grains and dairy products due to allergies.
Although there is no processed food in her diet, she prefers chocolate: \"I will never take my rights away-I will always eat a little fun chocolate when I need it.
\"In terms of alcoholic drinks, she likes to have a cocktail occasionally and margar tower.
She\'s always moving as a model
While traveling, she uses the Nike fitness app to exercise in a hotel room.