She Has A Beautiful Face, But People Are Going Crazy Over Her Body.
She's Still Very Feminine
Just because she's achieved social media fame does not mean she has not faced a large number of haters. There are still old-fashion notions about gender roles where young women should be pretty and not masculine and brute. She has an answer for her detractors. "If you ask me for the most important advice, I'll say 'Do what you love to do and don't care what others will think about you."
She Actually Loves Her Detractors
Julia is very mature when it comes to dealing with folks who criticize her. She accepts them as part of her professional journey and growth. She credits them for preparing her mental toughness. "If you don't have haters it means you're doing something wrong," she explains. "It sounds strange and contradictory but it's true."
Training Is Everything To Her
She began training when she was 15 even if it was without a plan. She saw results early on but she didn't take it seriously or have a goal of what she wanted to achieve until much later. Once she was focused and goal-oriented she saw results that much quicker. She began training daily with the only powerlifter in her hometown.
She Looks Forward To Competitions
In the beginning of her training she had a love-hate relationship with powerlifting, but before she knew it she had fallen in love with the sport. Within months of starting her training, Julia was entering various competitions, winning, all while growing in her newfound sport.
Diet Is An Important Part Of Her Training
Exercise is the foundation behind her training, but Julia also maintains a strict diet both for her appearance as well as ultimate performance. This athlete consumes 3,000 calories per day. It may seem like a lot but consider the amount of energy she burns when she trains her body. It's a balancing act to achieve her physical goal while maintaining her look.
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