This gorgeous Moldovan cop with fashion-model looks has revealed how she shed a whopping 10 stone over the last three years.
Beautiful Corina Repesciuc, 27, who lives in the city of Causeni in the district of the same name located in southern Moldova, said she lost 64 kilogrammes (10 stone) in three years through diet and dedication.
The pretty policewoman used to weigh 134 kilogrammes (21.1 stone) in 2014 when she graduated from police academy.
The 5’8”-tall beauty said that her family appreciated her as a larger woman, but being overweight bothered her.
She tried to shed the pounds by taking pills, which she said never worked well, and she realised that she had to commit fully to dropping weight.
The Causeni Police officer told news site Komsomolskaya Pravda: “After I gave birth, I just ate and slept. We lived on the fourth floor and it started to become hard for me.
“About three years ago, I decided that I had to lose weight!”
She added: “I worked out two or three times a day, fitness and gym. I ran in the morning, and then trained, and in the evening I went to the gym.
“At first I couldn’t run at all. I just walked 10 kilometres (6.2 miles) and then slowly I started to run it.
“A nutritionist tailored a diet for me and I followed all his instructions. I started with 1,500 calories a day and now I’m eating 1,350 calories a day.
“For around 18 months it was really tough for me. My husband and I stopped visiting friends so I would not be tempted to break the routine.”
She offered advice for anyone else hoping to dramatically lose weight as well: “The main thing is just to start. The first 20 days are the toughest and then you won’t even notice how you restrict your food intake.
“And you need iron self-discipline! Don’t allow yourself any slack.”
Repesciuc wrote on social media: “The most important thing in the battle with being overweight is discipline! I want to thank everyone who believed in me.”
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Story By: Sergiu Nazaru, Sub Editor: Michael Leidig, Agency: Central European News
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