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Jan 2, 2011

Marisa Miller's Diet and Exercise Tips from One of World's Sexiest Women

Marisa Miller is an American model best regarded by the public for appearing in the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issues, together with modelling for Victoria's Secret. In 2007, Marisa became one of the Victoria's Secret Angel, and graced the cover of the 2008 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue. She was regarded as the "return of the great American supermodel” because of all her accomplishments. She was ranked as top one on Maxim magazine's 2008 "Hot 100" list, plus FHM's global 2010 "Sexiest Women in the World" poll. Aside from modelling, she’s likewise the ambassador for the American Cancer Society. This 5 feet 8 inch model always looks amazing through the help of her diet and exercise. Keep reading to know more about this and have a physique like Marisa.
marisa_miller.jpgMarisa Miller’s diet contains a well balanced meal, low in fat with lots of organic foods. She’s actually a fan of organic foods and always inhibits herself from eating any processed meals. Marisa plans what she has to eat in advance especially when she’s flying to other places. She eats a tuna sandwich, spinach salad and juice smoothie while travelling.
During the morning, Marisa Miller’s diet includes an English muffin with grains and legumes with protein in it. Sometimes, she eats omelette with vegetables. For dinner, she primarily eats tuna and spinach salad and seldom consumes carbohydrates since she doesn’t like sleeping with a full stomach. When she gets home, she actually cooks her meals and sometimes treats herself with ice cream during her “cheat day”. “I prefer healthy food and try not to bring too many treats into my house. But I don’t believe in depriving myself either,” says Marisa.
Since he lives in Southern California and her home is just 10 minutes away from the beach, Marisa Miller’s exercise routine includes surfing which is actually a total body workout. The paddling when doing this activity helps increase her stamina; when pulling herself up, it helps strengthen her arms, plus balancing on the surfing board strengthens both her legs and core muscles.
During a bad weather, she will not be able to surf so spinning using her stationary bike at home is part of Marisa Miller’s exercise routine. She loves this kind of exercise because it helps tone up her buttocks and legs. Just recently, she also added boxing and not kick boxing or Ti-Bo to her exercise routine. Jabs, hooks, uppercuts, ducking, squat-like moves are great for total body workout and are part of her cardio exercise. Marisa also noticed that it helped tone-up her abs a lot easier.