When celebrities share their toned body and rear image, they often get slammed about having money and a human army to help them.
But this mother of two mothers has proven that with a few hundred squats a week, diligence and patience, this can be done without disrupting the budget.
Whether it is waiting for a kettle, cleaning your teeth or calling your friends, Julia Meadows will find any way to get into your daily squat quota.
"I'm trying to squeeze at least 100 squats a day, even if it means I accept washing or waiting for my smoothie to blend, I'll do some squats," she told news.com.au.
"I try to do it about 20 times each time until I reach 100 days – this is a huge difference."
She has been flooded with fellow news about her "mystery" since her image is lagging behind in the online mom's forum.
"People ask me what I'm doing, and to be honest, it comes to my robbery barrier – before I start training at home, I strap it around my thighs and use it to activate my glutes."
But Meadows did not always have a stable back and tinted body.
The 34-year-old Pakenham in Victoria suffered from depression after she and her husband broke up in 2016.
She was looking for comfort in unhealthy foods and was often on the couch eating nutritious food and sweets.
Indeed, on bad days she will change her dinner with two teapots in ice cream, and while some people may look at her 66 kg as "not even bad", Meadows was extremely unhealthy and knew she wouldn't make serious health problems.
"I had to know that scales do not always tell the truth, and now I go with my progress pictures to reflect on my achievements," she said.
After her second daughter, a three-year-old, Meadows was fully responsible for her actions and decided she wanted to be a healthy model of the child while regaining her happiness and trust.
"My days can be tough and tiring, because it is one mom, but life is pretty difficult for everyone, but I know I feel so much better that I'm on my healthy diet and after I have done a great training and leaving me more energetic in solving life issues, ”she said.
Meadows said she had lost 12 kg in 12 months after 28 days of weight loss, as she joined the "Healthy Mom", a parent's health care center, and received one to two healthy mothers during the day.
"I noticed changes in my body after four weeks of training," she said.
She admitted that the main thing she struggled with was the size and overeating of portions.
“I didn't understand how much I actually ate. I've never been a good cook and have no passion for it, but these recipes really helped me understand the size of the portions and were really quick and easy to do, ”she said.
Meadows also fulfilled one of her life goals – two half marathons.
She said it was important to set short-term goals for her to remain motivated, whether playing with children for 30 minutes, or banning herself from wine for two weeks.
"I also have a motivational board with before and after photos," Meadows said. "It always reminds me where and why I started what it seems to me a lot."
Two-home exercises six times a week at home, which also includes awakening 5.30. Day to train your local F45 gym before work.
"I'm definitely more energetic, happier and confident – I'm always with kids going to the park and not just sitting on my phone, but actually playing with them."
Her advice to other mothers, hoping to lose the baby's belly?
"Set your own short-term goals, so you don't feel surprised."
A healthy mother with half a million subscribers decided to start using a health and fitness program.
Its founder and former ACP magazine sales director, Rhian Allen, said it focused on busy, tired mothers who would love to stay in shape or lose those extra pounds.
It includes a personal trainer, nutritionist, meal planner and motivational trainer, and is available from today for iOS and Android.