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Sports Illustrated model Georgia Gibbs shares her go-to meals and secrets to a shredded physique

Sports Illustrated model Georgia Gibbs works hard for the incredibly toned body she has, but she doesn’t believe in restricting herself.

The 23-year-old blonde answered a candid Q&A with her 594,000 Instagram followers and opened up about the power of moderation and the exercise she can do just about anywhere.

In a typical day the glamazon steers clear of coffee – she has managed to limit them to a ‘few times a week’ – and stays hydrated by drinking herbal teas.

 

Sports Illustrated model Georgia Gibbs works hard for the incredibly toned body she has, but she doesn’t believe in restricting herself

The 23-year-old blonde answered a candid Q&A with her 594,000 Instagram followers and opened up about the power of moderation and the exercise she can do just about anywhere

The 23-year-old blonde answered a candid Q&A with her 594,000 Instagram followers and opened up about the power of moderation and the exercise she can do just about anywhere

The 23-year-old blonde answered a candid Q&A with her 594,000 Instagram followers and opened up about the power of moderation and the exercise she can do just about anywhere

‘But I have a big sweet tooth so I’ll usually opt for a dark chocolate or mango (unless ice cream is around),’ she said.

For breakfast she’ll happily whip up two eggs with 1/2 an avocado and a green smoothie, followed by a ‘summer salad’ for lunch.

‘My favourite has spinach, strawberry, pomegranate seeds and walnuts,’ Georgia said.

For breakfast she'll happily whip up two eggs with 1/2 an avocado and a green smoothie, followed by a 'summer salad' for lunch

For breakfast she’ll happily whip up two eggs with 1/2 an avocado and a green smoothie, followed by a ‘summer salad’ for lunch

At dinner she usually gets her protein from a piece of salmon – because she’s a pescatarian – and has grilled vegetables with pepitas mixed in for some healthy fats.

In terms of how the lithe model works out, she tries to fit in five or six sessions a week, whether that be in the gym or with a ‘hot yoga’ class, before performing her 15-minute resistance routine.

This quick regime, which involves just one band to perform, can be done in a hotel room or on the gym floor depending on what you have available. 

At dinner she usually gets her protein from a piece of salmon - because she's a pescatarian - and has grilled vegetables with pepitas mixed in for some healthy fats

At dinner she usually gets her protein from a piece of salmon – because she’s a pescatarian – and has grilled vegetables with pepitas mixed in for some healthy fats

This quick regime, which involves just one band to perform, can be done in a hotel room or on the gym floor depending on what you have available

This quick regime, which involves just one band to perform, can be done in a hotel room or on the gym floor depending on what you have available

‘I can do it anywhere a mat fits, weightless equipment and minimal time needed! For all of you busy women on the go,’ she said. 

She’ll perform 25 reps of all eight exercises – which include leans backs, the bridge, leg splits and crab openers – to feel the burn in just under 15 minutes.  

‘If I have time I repeat this two or three times. Challenge yourself!’ She posted in the caption alongside the video. 

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