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Skinny Martha Hunt Details Her Workout and Diet

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On her workout regimen:

‘I work out about three times a week, mostly strength conditioning with a trainer. When I travel, I try to get outside for a hike or a dip in the ocean. I don’t compromise extra sleep for a workout; sleep always wins. I love having a full night’s rest, it keeps me energized throughout the day.’

On her more intensive workouts ahead of the VS Fashion Show:

‘Last year I amped up the workouts leading up to the show. I probably worked out five times a week for three weeks. I don’t know if I will go that hard again! I also practice Transcendental Meditation, it helps me remain calm when life gets crazy.’

On her diet ahead of the VS Runway Show:

‘I get protein in every meal and I try to eat cleaner than usual. I’ll have Greek yogurt or eggs for breakfast, sushi for lunch, and salmon, chicken, or meet with vegetables and healthy carbs for dinner. Most of my snacks involve peanut butter of almond butter. I’m bad about eating my biggest meal at night; I know that’s not the healthiest thing to do.’

… says Martha.

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Agatha
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Agatha

I like her high hips but she’s very skinny. Probably underweight.

Annie
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Annie

Apparently her trainer forgot to mention that she needs to increase her caloric intake in order for strenght training to be effective. She looks like she just does excessive amounts of cario tbh.

Antonella
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Antonella

She looks like the complete opposite of someone who does strength training. I agree with you, her body says restriction and cardio

ayw
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you’d be surprised what some people consider ‘strength conditioning’… random body weight exercises that are hard if you’re out of shape :p

Sarah
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Sarah

Agreed, her butt’s just kind of deflated and she has very limited muscle tone in her arms and legs. I’m surprised that she gets the sorts of jobs that she does because she really only fits in the with “frail = sexy” aesthetic of a few HF houses and not mainstream at all.

Jane
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Jane

Agreed! When I want to build up muscle I usually eat a calorie surplus! You need to vary your calorie intake depending on your goals. A calorie deficit will burn fat but also muscle.
To be fair though, her height probably makes it more difficult to build significant muscle mass too.

Chrissy
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Chrissy

What’s height got to do with it? Look at Serena Williams- nearly all female athletes are taller

Jane
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Jane

It doesn’t make it harder to build muscle per se but it will take a lot longer to look “strong”. Especially with legs: if you have very long legs, your muscles are also elongated. On the opposite end, if you think of people who look bulky, they are usually relatively short. And Serena Williams is more of an exception to the rule. Don’t know any women who look like Serena irl.

Jane
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Jane

I really hate when celebrities encourage eating meat/fish twice a day. I personally think meat consumption is getting out of hand. Production is not environmentally friendly and very cruel on animals. Please watch the documentary “earthlings” to inform yourself about how meat gets on our plates.

ayw
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Depends where you get it from, but for the majority of the US, yes. Celebs have much more money to spend on high-quality, sustainably and humanely-raised meats though.

claud
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claud

the idea of “humane meat” is BS. there is nothing humane about killing living beings to eat them.

Sarah
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Sarah

“Humanely-raised” is the keyword. That has to do with how the animal is kept in captivity and the manner that it’s killed. I suppose the details of what that means to you are a matter of opinion.

claud
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claud
i understand the lingo. you’re right, it is a matter of opinion (and experience). to give you an idea of where my opinions come from i’ll note that i was raised on a farm. every one of my well-cared-for pets (pigs, cows, chickens) would mysteriously disappear. they were spoiled rotten with how we treated them–very much loved. the fact that they were eventually slaughtered and sold to others to eat just doesn’t sit right with me even though they lived good lives. while this is far better than factory farming, eating meat is something i just cannot justify for myself.… Read more »
anna
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anna

better be careful not to step on any ants next time you’re walking outside then, or smash any insects on your windshield as you drive… dangerous world out there

Agatha
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Agatha

Actually beef consumption is lower than 30 years ago. Meat consumption as a whole has increased in the past 10 years.

But agree, such practice shouldn’t be encouraged.

Annie
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Annie

Personally, I find the “leaders” of the vegan community to be much more proplematic because their rhetoric can be very aggressive and off putting for many. While watching Earthlings might be good in terms of shock value, the best way (from my experience) to get people to reduce or give up meat consumption is to cook with/for them, so they learn that a meal can be satisfying without animal products.

claud
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claud

agree, i am vegan. at first i was all about explaining this and that to my family and non-veg friends. but that only created a gap in our relationships. when i shut up and started cooking for them without explaining anything some began to understand that meatless meals can be friggin delicious and satiate any appetite or craving. it’s all about cooking with the intention of love. (god that’s cheesy, but dang if it isn’t true).

Snugglepup
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Snugglepup

Seriously putting on muscle is just a win-win situation, it makes you look better (at least as a “sports”/VS model) and it increases your basic merabolic rate = can eat more. She looks so bony in the back, also personally I don’t think people seeing your thoracic spine is necessarily a good thing…

Carla
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Carla

In my opinion she looks awful awful awful. I can’t look at her upper chest with all the bones. I can’t stand it when that shows. To me that is a when a person is way to skinny

Gwen
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Gwen

Some people are just thin in the area where the ribs show. I agree she’s very slim but in other cases where people are a normal weight, those bones can still show. Outs not an indicator of health.

Ana
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Yeah that’s my case, I tend to gain on my hips and thighs and lose on chest and stomach area, I’m pretty normal weightwise and still my chest bones show a lot

jjj2
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jjj2

She looks really great. Good for her!

HeyohHey85
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HeyohHey85

I think she looks amazing! Yes she’s thin but she is a model people…

Chrissy
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Chrissy

I love her body shape and face and height but ten lbs would take away that odds boniness and make her look more elegant

Kate
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Kate

I think she leans pear-shaped, so she probably keeps her weight this low on purpose. I bet excess weight would just go to her hips/thighs, not her chest.

xxxxx
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xxxxx

My mom has the SAME body and she is 59! : She is skinny fat, not healthy!

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