“The results are really fantastic,” says Bridget about the bodies of the other celebrities who have already undertaken this training, called Day One. The organization is strict, but promises a lot of good. “If we listen exactly to them and do exactly what they say, we will achieve 100 percent results.” This method requires Bridget to change her entire life. For example, she gets up before dawn to be at the gym at 6 a.m. and has to weigh everything she eats. “I really stick to it, but it is sometimes a bit of a puzzle.”
Bridget is not dealing with the strict regime on her own. “I do it together with Mees (her 15-year-old son, ed.). He doesn’t have to stick to the nutrition plan, but he does have to stick to my training schedule.” Mees wants to ‘become broader and grow’, Bridget describes her child’s motivation. “It’s a fantastic one journey to do with my child.”
Bridget believes that her mind and body should become ‘a holistic whole’. “You become more aware of life. (…) I mean: I also see a psychiatrist every week, because I want to feel good mentally. Actually, that only works if you also work on the other side.”
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