Eating Pizza and Burgers is Still Good Way To Get Awesome Figure, Proved By Bru
Bruna Luccas, the former McDonald’s employee who’s now the owner of almost 650 thousand followers page on Instagram.
According to Cosmopolitan, three years ago, 23-year-old moved from Sao Paulo, Brazil, to San Diego, California. She worked intermittently as a handywoman, in a McDonald’s kitchen, as a busser at On The Border, and as a cashier at Wahoo’s Fish Tacos.
Once on May 2017 Instagram featuring her in and out of her McDonald’s uniform was widely regrammed. Her snap grilling in a bikini bottom went viral in June 2017. Thus Luccas’s Instagram account grew from about 3,000 followers to more than 100,000 in a matter of weeks.
Over a year she became one of the most recognizable influencers while having relationships with companies like Fashion Nova that pay her for sponsored posts. Today’s Luccas is almost a businesswoman who launched her own source of income. She quit her most recent hourly job several weeks ago to launch a bikini company with her sisters. “I’ve worked very hard to get where I am right now,” says Luccas, referring to her work ethic, although the same can be said about her figure.
Talking about her butt, she didn’t lie Cosmopolitan that her peach is a lion part of great genetics. “I’ve always had good genetics, but sports and the gym definitely helped me get in shape,” says the jiu-jitsu green belt, who began working out at age 15, when she’d model her mom’s full-body fitness routine. “It made me feel so good about myself.” What’s more interesting Bru used to have an unconventional fitness routine. Reportedly, her former fast-food shifts began at 4 a.m. or lasted until 11 p.m., so she got used to sweating it out before or after work.
However now, she still continues to schedule gym sessions super early in the morning or late at night. In addition to daily workouts, she takes at least one dance class, does jiu-jitsu twice a week, and trains with a private dance instructor twice a week. “I’ve never trained to have an amazing body,” she says. “I train because it’s my passion.” “Working out at night, she would never achieve any fitness goals,” says common amateur belief. Such people will be too shocked knowing that her nutrition plan also hardly imagined in cooperation with such a fantastic figure.
“People don’t believe that I can eat eight slices of pizza,” she says. About four times a week, she’ll eat pizza, a burger, and fries, or fish tacos with chips and salsa. Otherwise, rice and beans, and meats like beef are a staple. “I don’t do diets — I eat like any other person,” she says. “I love ice cream!”
“Girls should focus on their own bodies. You should do whatever makes you happy.”