Don't take it away from me," Mindi Jensen said. Mindi Jensen, a teacher at North Sanpete Middle School in Moroni, Utah, told TV station ABC 4 Utah that pictures she posted under a pseudonym on social media of a recent competition where she placed third were seen by students who showed them to their parents. When the parents complained to North Sanpete School District officials, she said, she was given three choices on Tuesday: take the photos down, make the post private or be fired. The single mom of four told the news station that she was depressed and unhealthy and had decided to focus on becoming more fit when her weight dropped to pounds. Jensen is relieved that she will keep her job.
Three months before competition, I stopped eating bread. I limited myself to 1, calories a day. I would only eat oatmeal in the morning , eggs, chicken, protein shakes, sweet potatoes, more chicken, broccoli, some almond butter or avocado for healthy fats , tuna or fish and salads spinach, bell peppers, broccoli, and fat-free dressing with less than 6 grams of sugar. I ate like this for 6 weeks straight.
We spend a lot of time on Instagram no, really—a lot of time , and when we're not living vicariously through our favorite FOMO-inducing accounts, we're checking out some particularly talented users. So when our GQ castings team finds a 'grammer worth shouting out, we think it's our duty to share him or her with you. Today we want to introduce you to your next Instagram crush: Canadian model Lexi Wood.
Fitness modeling is a fun job, but it's also a really hard one. So, you want to be a fitness model? Apparently, you're not alone. According to Google's recently released data on what the world is searching for on the Internet, there's a lot of interest in becoming a fitness model. You know, as in those people who make deadlifting their body weight and doing pull-ups look absolutely effortless.