How great does she look? The best thing I could tell you is that you can achieve a lean, strong & muscular body like this if you follow the principles of a Paleo lifestyle and approach to eating!
1. Eat in a way that enables your best gene expression. Remember, our DNA is only 1% different to that of our primal ancestors!
2. Eat clean, no processed food, no sugar and drink only water, day after day, week after week.
3. Lift heavy weights 3-4 times a week. If you want leaner looking legs go for slightly lighter weights and high reps.
4. Perform high intensity cardio, i.e. interval training 2-3 times a week.
5. Eat food that agrees with your body. Do not eat food you are allergic to or that you don’t tolerate well. This will result in poor digestion and inflammation of your cells. When this occurs fat loss and metabolism of macronutrients will not be efficient. So for instance, if you know you don’t tolerate dairy well, do not eat it, and if you think you might be allergic to gluten, which a lot of people are, go and get tested!
6. Dry body brushing each day (with a natural bristle brush) will exfoliate your skin, help eliminate toxins and improve circulation to breakdown cellulite.
7. Eliminate all sources of xenoestrogens from your diet and lifestyle. Xenoestrogens are chemicals that mimic the actions of oestrogen in the body. This results in excess body fat stored around the hips and legs. This would include but not limited to, food wrapped in plastic, food heated in plastic tupperware containers, chemical laden cosmetics and personal care products. Check out all my organic and natural make-up and skin products I use here https://paleolover.wordpress.com/paleo-beauty/
8. Be disciplined! This means choosing behaviours and making food choices that will determine your long term results and avoiding decisions that will fulfil short term cravings and desires. Read this to discover why discipline is the essential key to success https://paleolover.wordpress.com/category/discipline/
9. Visualise, persist and put your training and food before everything else, for example, when you wake up on the weekend train and cook your food before you go out for the day! Do whatever it takes to get there.