May 17, 2012 05:41 AM by Renee Stephens
Get ready to pin a new inspiration photo to your “Work It Out” motivation board a la Pinterest, ladies! Former finalist, Melissa Rycroft of The Bachelor and Dancing with the Stars shares her secret to magical post baby weight loss in this week’s issue of InTouch Weekly. The reality TV personality has managed to find her former figure and make it HER reality by dropping her pregnancy weight, the equivalent of TWO 25 pound toddlers!
If your like me, you always assume celebrities get their pre-pregnancy bodies back by working out at the gym for hours at a time, leaving their newborn bundles with the team of nannies required to achieve such time and hiring a personal chef to starve the weight off of them. They must exist on nothing but deliciously chef prepared boneless/skinless chicken breasts and spinach salads (without the croutons, of course). So very, “In the Kitchen with Rosie”. How refreshing to know that Melissa Rycroft has a much more realistic method to the madness of weight loss after baby leaving her completely bikini body ready.
What’s her secret to dropping a remarkable 50 pounds after giving birth? Her baby, go figure!
The 29 year old new mom tells In Touch, “I’ve got a natural weight right here. If I just hold her everywhere I go, I’m carrying an 18-pound load. The biceps and triceps that have come naturally are a blessing!”
She goes on to tell the magazine that like many new moms, “I can’t really go to the gym, so I have to find other ways.”
There goes my excuse. I’d say it’s working for her, what do you think?
You can read more about Melissa’s motivating transformation in InTouch Weekly, out now.
Photo courtesy of InTouch Weekly
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