Supermodel Kate Upton has been chosen as the 2013 Model of the Year and will receive her award on September 4 at the Style Awards, reported WebPro News. The first model to be chosen for back-to-back Sports Illustrated Swimsuit covers since Tyra Banks, Kate has made a point of informing interviewers that she is brighter than the stereotypical blonde bombshell ditzy dame. “People deal with models like they are children,” Kate complained to Elle, “They think they can pull one over on you. It’s actually funny. I’m always like, I’m about to pull something on you, and you’re so focused on thinking I’m dumb you’re not even going to know.” So how does this bright blonde stay fit and fabulous? Read on.
Shape magazine reports that Kate follows the blood type diet, which her trainer Justin Gelband explained: “Eat right for your type,” Gelband advises. “Your blood type has a lot to do with the way your body digests, processes, and metabolizes food. The method is 90 percent accurate.” This weight loss and maintenance plan became popular with the publication of the best-selling book "Eat Right 4 Your Type: The Individualized Diet Solution to Staying Healthy, Living Longer & Achieving Your Ideal Weight" (click for details). Author Dr. Peter J. D'Adamo subsequently followed up with different books for each blood type as well as a cookbook: "Cook Right 4 Your Type: The Practical Kitchen Companion to Eat Right 4 Your Type."
In addition, Kate follows a carefully designed workout plan. She does Pilates, stretching exercises, yoga, kickboxing and other exercises, mixing it up to stay fit and fabulous. “Kate is one in a million! She always puts in a whole-hearted effort to her workouts and is always ready to work,” says her trainer.
Worth noting: Although Kate's trainer apparently does not follow it, blood type diet workouts also are available, such as the "Blood Type Workout: Type A - Fusion Strength with Kristen Mcgee" and "Blood Type Workout: Type B - Low Impact Cardio Strength with Ellen Barrett."