A Bodybuilding Bro Comically Tried A Victoria’s Secret Model Diet And Workout For A Day

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Bodybuilder Tries A Victorias Secret Model Diet Workout For A Day

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As everyone knows, models have to adhere to very strict diet and workout plans to maintain their fit figures. It’s one of the reasons models sometimes even quit their lucrative jobs.

But how bad can it really be?

To find out, bodybuilder and YouTuber Matt of MattDoesFitness decided to try a Victoria’s Secret model diet and workout plan for a day. (Pour one out.)

It didn’t go well.

To begin with, Matt had to begin his day with a shot of apple cider vinegar. Here’s how that looked…


 

“Why is that a thing? Why would anyone do that?” he asked about the apple cider vinegar shot.

So he looked it up and found that it purportedly helps you lose weight and reduce belly fat.

His response to that discovery? “I’m telling you right now, THAT’S A LIE. If you are drinking apple cider vinegar to lose belly fat, you’re a moron.”

Then he ate breakfast: Half an avocado with half a grapefruit, sprinkled with cinnamon, OR a green smoothie, OR an egg white omelet with spinach and turkey.

“Half an avocado,” said Matt. “How is that a thing? Eating a avocado? An avocado is not designed to be eaten in raw form.”


 

Now it was time for the Victoria’s Secret model workout.


 

“I don’t mean to be rude, but he’s definitely murdered at least one person,” Matt said about model Candace Swanepoel’s trainer.

Bodybuilder Tries A Victorias Secret Model Diet And Workout For A Day

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Comments from Matt included “it’s 90 percent stretching” and I’m “literally achieving nothing here.”

“If I paid someone to give me a training program and it had this in it, I would immediately, get a refund,” he said at the end.

Fast forwarding, the rest of his diet for the day included…

• Lunch: Green salad with vegetables and lean protein.
• Afternoon snack: A handful of nuts or berries.
• Dinner: Healthy carbohydrates (brown rice, sweet potato, or quinoa) served with lean protein and a side of steamed vegetables.

When all was said and done, Matt said that the workout “literally shouldn’t exist. If that is legit a workout someone is following, you better off just sitting in your chair and thinking about a good workout than going to the gym and doing that one.”

As for the diet, he said, “The reason if you were on this diet you would lose weight is because it’s a very low number of calories.”

Makes sense.

“Ultimately, if you reduce the amount of calories you consume, you’re going to lose fat, you’re going to lose weight, but you’re going to lose muscle as well,” he added.

He concludes the video by saying he is bored and hungry and is going to sit by himself in a dark room and cry about the lack of calories he’s consumed today.

Want to learn even more about how to get and stay fit? Peep the workouts and diet plans that these famous people follow…

Arnold Schwarzenegger, Sebastian Stan, Chris Hemsworth, Saquon Barkley, Antonio Brown, Myles Garrett, David Harbour, Brie Larson, Eddie Hall, James McAvoy, Aaron Judge, Zac Efron, Skip Bayless, Michael B. Jordan, Stephen Amell, Milo Ventimiglia, Rob Gronkowski, Josh Jackson, ‘The Mountain’ Thor Bjornsson, Michael B. Jordan, Leonard Fournette, Cam Newton, Finn Jones, John Krasinski, Jordan Spieth, Anthony Joshua, José Altuve, Imagine Dragons’ Dan Reynolds, Sylvester Stallone, Josh Brolin, Mustafa Shakir, Mike Colter, Rob McElhenney, Ryan Reynolds, Sheamus, Deshaun Watson, Laird Hamilton, Alicia Wikander, Alvin Kamara, Dustin Johnson, Tiger Woods, Orlando Bloom, Jean-Claude Van Damme, Jonah Hill, the stars of Justice League, Tom Hardy, Michael B. Jordan again, Elsa Pataky, Cody Bellinger, Stephen Amell, Chris Jericho, Mark Wahlberg, Cristiano Ronaldo, Henry Cavill (twice), Ryan Reynolds (again), Brad Pitt, Chris Hemsworth (again), Lindsey Vonn, Alison Brie, Gal Gadot, The Rock, Jason Statham, Noah Syndergaard, Sylvester Stallone.

[Men’s Health]


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