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Megan Fox’s Weight Struggle

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Megan Fox is far from anorexic, her fitness trainer, Harley Pasternak, has revealed. On the contrary, she would like to weigh more and actually struggles to gain weight, he says. It’s not a problem many of us have, is it?

Fears about Megan Fox’s possible eating disorder were sparked by her recent apparent weight loss. Fans expressed their concern about the star and her health. But her trainer would like to assure Fox’s fans that he’s on the case.

“Do I worry about Megan getting too skinny? Yeah!” admits Harley, who really should know what he’s talking about since his other Hollywood clients include such beauties as Robert Pattinson and Katy Perry. They both look in pretty good shape to me!

But with Megan Fox, it’s all down to that super fast metabolism we’d all kill to have, apparently. So his training focuses on sculpting her body and toning her muscles. She’s eating plenty; Harley just tries to make sure she eats the “right” things.

He revealed that Megan gets frustrated when she hears people say that she has an eating disorder when she is trying to gain weight. She trains with weights specifically to set down lean muscle tissue and build up her body.

So how can you get abs like Megan Fox? Sadly, her trainer reveals what we always feared: that this is to some extent genetic. Yeah, thanks, Mom and Dad! But after that the secret is to “train her abs on all three planes”. There’s a lot more to it than a few stomach crunches. Darn! We’re foiled again!

So now do you feel sorry for Megan Fox, knowing she has a tough time gaining weight and that she really has to work out to maintain those fantastic abs, rather than just become skin and bone?

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