Muscles for Models

February 26, 2007

Recently there has been a big broo-ha-ha about models having too low of a BMI (body mass index). Skinny_model In other words, they are way too skinny, meaning potentially unhealthy. Several models have died due to complications from anorexia.

In certain countries (Spain and Italy for example), if a model tests anything lower than a BMI of 18 she's liable to get  booted from a shoot or from the agency she works for.

And for good reasons. Being rail thin is almost as unhealthy, if not more unhealthy in some ways, than being obese.  These countries are trying to help these gals, especially young girls, stay healthy and keep from the dangers of eating disorders. Commendable as I see it.

Now, models do need to be thin. They do need to maintain a certain "look." The clothes they wear need to hang in a certain way on their bodies or they won't get the top jobs. That's the way it is.

So what's a Supermodel to do?

Strength train.

As a method, Slow Burn training would do the trick and do it fast. All she needs to do is slap 5-10 pounds of muscle on her person and bingo! The BMI test is beaten. Using Slow Burn, this can be accomplished in under a month. Easy.

Of course, she does have to eat right to allow this benefit to occur. Coffee, cakes and ciggs won't cut the mustard.

But that's another story. And one we can help her with as well.

Any supermodels interested in giving Slow Burn a try give us a shout. The first session is on the house. You'll be amazed what it feels like to be lean and really strong!