Source: RXMuscle.comRXMuscle.com has published their latest article on Stephanie McMahon's dieting and work out routines. It was noted that world renowned strength and conditioning coach Joe DeFranco visits the McMahon house twice a week to train with Stephanie and Triple H. Stephanie also has a boxing coach that visits her home twice a week.
DeFranco talked about the physical progression he's seen with Stephanie:
"Steph's body has gone through a major transformation since we started training together. Old wrestling injuries, childhood dance, and being a mother of three created some negative adaptations in her body, which resulted in shoulder, hip, knee and ankle problems. Because of this, my top priority was to get her body functioning and feeling better. To accomplish this, I started training her like an athlete. The goal was to get her body working as a whole, as opposed to separate parts. The program I designed for Steph, coupled with her consistent hard work and attention to detail, have been a recipe for success. She can now train without limitations, while also being stronger and leaner!"
Stephanie says she's in the best shape of her life:
"Matt, I can honestly tell you, at 36 years old and after having 3 kids, I'm in the best shape of my life. And the best part is that I keep getting stronger."
Stephanie tweeted a photo from the photo shoot with RXMuscle earlier this week, you can check it out below:
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